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The Cambridge of eighteen hundred and ninety-six: a picture of the city and its industries fifty years after its incorporation (ed. Arthur Gilman) 3 1 Browse Search
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fe Deposit and Trust Company.—A special charter for this company was granted by the legislature of 1890, and the Cambridge Safety Deposit Vaults Company, with a capital of $20,000, was organized under the general law in January, 1890, by Messrs. William R. Ellis, Richard H. Dana, James W. Brine, J. Rayner Edmands, and Woodward Emery; the stock was wholly taken by residents of Cambridge. The company leased the two stores and basement in Hilton Block, numbered 1298 and 1300 Massachusetts Avenue, its present location, and made a contract for the most approved vault and lock work with the Damon Safe Company. The board of directors consisted of Messrs. James W. Brine, Richard H. Dana, J. Rayner Edmands, William R. Ellis, Moses G. Howe, Joseph B. Russell, and Henry White. Joseph B. Russell was elected president, and John H. Hubbard treasurer; Edmund M. Parker, John H. Hubbard, and Alvin F. Sortwell were elected to the board of directors February 24, 1891. President Russell resigned o