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Record Group Number: 000350
Series/Collection Number: .S 1007
Creator: Florida. Comptroller's Office.
Title, Dates: Closed bank ledgers, 1889-1949.
Amount: 6.00 v.
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Organization/Arrangement: Chronological.
Restrictions: NONE.  Access to records less than fifty years old was restricted by F.S. 655.057.  All records are over 50 years old and thus open for research.
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Summary:     The series contains ledgers from closed banks in Florida from 1889 to 1949 from either the bank itself or the Comptroller's Office.  The records include bank examinations and licensing information.
Finding Aids: Volume listing available.
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Subject Access Fields: Banks and banking History Florida.
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