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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) 2 0 Browse Search
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nges in board of directors have been as follows: William J. Underwood in place of J. M. W. Hall, resigned; J. H. Hubbard in place of O. H. Durrell, resigned; H. O. Underwood in place of William J. Underwood, resigned; and William E. Russell and Herbert H. White added to the number. The total deposits now average over half a million of dollars. Semi-annual dividends have been paid since 1894, and a surplus of over $15,000 accumulated. The silver vaults and safety boxes in charge of Franklin Perrin, manager, are a feature of the institution, and are a great convenience to the citizens of Cambridge, as is indicated by their increased patronage. In its three years existence, the deposits have shown a steady and natural increase, and that, too, without drawing from the excellent national banks. The business comes from residents of Cambridge who have heretofore done their banking and had safety boxes in Boston, together with patrons drawn from Arlington, Watertown, Somerville, and o