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  • Subject is exactly "Irwin's Bank (Columbus, Ind.)"

A knife-shaped letter-opener engraved with Joseph I. Irwin's name. A flower shaped plaque on the handle is marked with a wheel shape and the letters CW arranged in a monogram, with a smaller letter D below, all rendered in red enamel.

A combination safe used in Irwin's bank. "Estate of Jos. I. Irwin" and "The Mosler Safe Co." are painted on the front in gold.

A set of four photostat prints of construction drawings dated March 10, 1919 for the remodeling of Irwin's Bank at 301 Washington Street.
Drawings in set are numbered as follows:
1, First Floor Plan
2 shows elevations of the porch, an ironwork…

A history of the building at 301 Washington Street, with a focus on Joseph I. Irwin's rebuilding project and the businesses that have occupied the structure. Includes notes on mentions of these businesses in contemporary newspapers and faded…

A check drawn on the Columbus Handle Company account at Irwin's Bank made out to Columbus Machine Works and signed by H. H. Bassett. Marked with stamps on the front from Irwin's Bank.

A check drawn on Irwin's Bank made out to J. S. Crump and signed by H. H. Bassett. Marked with stamps on the front from Irwin's Bank and The Columbus Handle Co. and on the reverse from First National Bank.

A black and white photograph showing the "Hoosier Flyer" interurban rail car on the tracks on Washington Street, directly in front of Irwin's Bank.

A printed report of the condition of Irwin's Bank, including a detailed account of the bank's resources and liabilities. Accession No. 93.80.16 b

Advertising Irwin's Bank, a tear-off calendar for 1892.

Typescript notes from an interview with Margaret Perkinson Schwartzkopf about her memories of 19th century Columbus, including early experiences of Irwin's Bank and her time working for Joseph I. Irwin at his dry goods store in the 1880s. Other…
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