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Corcoran & Riggs
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract The collection consists of two documents related to the history of Corcoran and Riggs a predecessor of Riggs Bank. These documents are dated from 1840-48.
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Identifier: Former PNC no. 902
Scope and Contents note From the Series: Consists of a significant number of National Bank of Washington individual deposit and loan ledgers. In the early twentieth century, National Bank of Washington deposit ledgers were compiled by bringing together individual account records for long periods and then placing them in a large binder. Therefore, individual accounts should appear continuously and unbroken over several pages. Unless specified otherwise, all deposit ledgers include patrons with last names A through Z.
Abstract Collection consists of the records of Riggs Bank (1896-2005) and its predecessor institutions, Riggs & Co. and Corcoran and Riggs. It also contains records from banks that Riggs acquired or merged with during the early to mid-twentieth century: Central Savings Bank/Hamilton Savings Bank, Northwest Savings Bank, Farmers and Mechanics National Bank, Washington Loan and Trust, Lincoln National Bank, and the National Bank of Washington. The collection includes records of the accounts of...
Overview This collection contains materials relating to the Riggs family, a prominent family in the Washington, D.C. area notable for its banking fame. The materials in this collection include business ledgers, correspondence, and personal belongings related to various members of the Riggs family. These materials date from the early 1800s to 1950. The most notable members of the Riggs family represented in this collection are: Elisha Riggs (New York merchant & Georgetown business man), George...
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Identifier: Former PNC no. 314
Scope and Contents note This ledger records the transfer of Farmers and Mechanics stock from one stockholder or the bank to a new owner of stock. The ledger contains the signatures of many stockholders (transferrees/sellers) and denotes the specific amount of stock transferred and to whom (purchasers). See 1830 Apr. 8 for F.S. Key, 1833 June 21 for Notley Young, 1833 Dec. 16 for Francis Dodge, 1834 Jan. 8 for John Marbury, 1839 July 9 for W. W. Corcoran, 1844 May 2 for John Marbury, 1849 June 5 for George W. Young...