The Corn Exchange Bank was a retail bank founded in 1853 in New York state. Over the years, the company acquired many community banks. New 1894 building History In 1855, the Corn Exchange Bank moved into an existing building in New York City at the northwest corner of William and Beaver Streets in Manhattan.
Corn Exchange notably became a member of the Federal Reserve in 1916 as one of the largest state banks to join early in the Federal Reserve's history. Before the Great Depression, it acquired many smaller community banks, including Union Bank and Trust Company in 1929.
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The Mount Morris Bank Building, also referred to as the Corn Exchange Bank (Mount Morris Branch)  and Corn Exchange Building,  is an historic building in the East Harlem neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City, located at 81-85 East 125th Street on the northwest corner of Park Avenue.
In 1913, the Mount Morris Bank became a branch of the Corn Exchange Bank. Time and the economic climate were not kind to either the building or Harlem in the years that followed. By 1954 the...
The newly renovated Corn Exchange Bank Building, 81 East 125th Street, East Harlem The total transformation/renovation of the historic Corn Exchange Bank Building is one we would hope for all of our historic sites.
Acquisition of Corn Exchange Bank. In 1952, Girard Trust Company acquired The Corn Exchange Bank's Philadelphia branches, and renamed itself Girard Trust Corn Exchange Bank. From 1964 to 1971, the bank was known as Girard Trust Bank, later Girard Bank. Acquisition by Mellon Bank
The Corn Exchange Bank was a retail bank founded in 1853 in New York state. Over the years, the company acquired many community banks.
The Mount Morris Bank Building, also referred to as the Corn Exchange Bank and Corn Exchange Building, is an historic building in the East Harlem neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City, located at 81-85 East 125th Street on the northwest corner of Park Avenue.
Title: Corn Exchange Bank Three Dollar Note. Engraver: American Bank Note Company (New York, NY) Date: 1864. Medium: Engraving. Dimensions: sheet: 3 x 7 1/8 in. (7.6 x 18.1 cm.) Classifications: Prints, Ephemera. Credit Line: Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, 1936. Accession Number: 36.29.12