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"History of Eau Claire County Wisconsin, 1914, Past and Present"

Chapter  39 - Banks of Eau Claire County

The Augusta State Bank

(-as transcribed from pages 538 - 539)

Augusta State Bank, of Augusta, was established in 1875 by Ira B. Bradford. The bank has a capital of $25,000 and a surplus of $15,000, with the following officers: Ira B. Bradford, president; C. E. Bradford, vice-president; A. E. Bradford, cashier, and E. E. Thwing, assistant cashier.

It is generally understood that Augusta is soon to have another financial institution, of which the city is greatly in need, and is to be called the People's State Bank, now — 1914 — in process of organization.

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