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First National Bank of Chicago. In 1863, a group of Chicago investors led by Edmund Aiken pooled $250,000 to establish a new bank under the guidelines established by new federal banking legislation. By 1876, First National ranked as the city's largest bank; it (and its descendants) would continue to be either Chicago's biggest or second biggest ...
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Edmund Aikin (2 October 1780 – 11 March 1820) was an English architect and writer on architecture. He spent the last years of his life in Liverpool, where he designed the Wellington Rooms. Life. Aikin came from a Unitarian background.
Rogers’ connection to Aiken was through his brother, sportsman Edmund Rogers. Edmund’s second wife was Dorothy Knox Goodyear Rogers, whose father, Seymour H. Knox I, was a founder of the F.W ...
In Loving Memory of Edmund C. Aiken Jr. 4/16/1960 - 5/12/2000 Twelve years ago today was the hardest day of our lives, Eddie. You were taken from us so unexpectedly. We all manage to go on and be stro
In Loving Memory EDMUND C. AIKEN JR. April 16, 1960 - May 12, 2000 Eddie, it's been nine long and lonely years since we lost you on that Friday night. Not a day goes by that you aren't thought of.
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Edmund Aiken: Birthdate: 1868: Birthplace: Rangitikei Region, New Zealand: Death: 1875 (6-7) Immediate Family: Son of
On July 1, 1863, banker Edmund Aiken and his partners invested $100,000 to found a new federally chartered bank that could take advantage of the National Banking Act of 1863, which allowed national banks to exist along with state-chartered institutions for the first time. First Chicago received National Bank charter No. 8.