001a-001d Irwin Union Bank centennial newspaper section

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Title

001a-001d Irwin Union Bank centennial newspaper section

Description

The history of Irwin Union Bank, Irwin's Bank, and Joseph Ireland Irwin is discussed in articles within this special advertising section of the Evening Republican.

Publisher

Republic (Columbus, Ind.)

Date

1963/02/18

Rights

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Format

Language

English

Type

text

Identifier

CKL_GF_IrwinUnion_001a-001d

Coverage

301 Washington Street (Columbus, Ind.)

Is Part Of

Cline Keller Library General File Collection, Irwin-Union, Bartholomew County Historical Society, Columbus, IN; 301 Washington Street: Cornerstone of Columbus, Indiana (digital collection).

Bibliographic Citation

Irwin Union Bank centennial newspaper section, 2/18/1963, Irwin-Union, Cline Keller Library General File Collection, Bartholomew County Historical Society, Columbus, IN.

Provenance

Bartholomew County Historical Society

Mediator

Bartholomew County Public Library

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Text

Four-page newspaper section
(sheet 1, side a):
Masthead celebrates the Irwin Union Bank with a “centennial edition” on February 18, 1963, published as a special advertising section by the Evening Republican. Irwin Union Bank’s special events commemorate the 1863 signing of the National Currency Act. Articles include “1863 Notes” on the history of Columbus.
(sheet 1, side b):
Article titled “The Safest Safe in Town” discusses the history of Irwin’s Bank and its leadership, including Joseph Ireland Irwin, William Glanton Irwin, and Joseph Irwin Miller.
(sheet 1, side c):
Photographs of Irwin’s Bank and Irwin Union bank buildings by Balthazar Korab and Bud Smith Studio.
(sheet 1, side d):
Articles discuss history of National Currency Act and list Irwin Union Bank staff and services.

Citation

“001a-001d Irwin Union Bank centennial newspaper section,” BCPL Archives, accessed October 30, 2020, https://bcplarchives.omeka.net/items/show/155.