National Bank of North America in New York

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The National Bank of North America came into being in 1950 with the merger of the National Bank of Freeport and the First National Bank of Merrick both banks located on Long Island forming the Meado Brook National Bank.

The name, National Bank of North America, was adopted in 1967 following the merger of Meadow Brook and Bank of North America. In 1960 the bank merged with Colonial Trust Company and Queens National Bank thereby becoming the first suburban bank to enter New York City.

From the description of Equal opportunity compliance review, 1971. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 64063116

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creatorOf National Bank of North America in New York. Equal opportunity compliance review, 1971. Cornell University Library
referencedIn Wales, Salem Howe, 1825-1902. Papers, 1837-1908. Winterthur Library
referencedIn United States. Treasury Department. National Bank of North America Equal Opportunity Compliance Review, 1971. Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives, Martin P. Catherwood Library, Cornell University.
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New York (State)
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