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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) 1 1 Browse Search
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ees, John Savage, Jr., was elected treasurer, and on May 20, 1854, the bank was opened for business in the banking-rooms of the Lechmere Bank. Mr. Holland continued as president till his removal from the State in 1859, when George Stevens succeeded him and served as president until his death in 1894, when John C. Bullard was chosen. Mr. Savage, the first treasurer, served in that capacity until 1873, when Samuel Slocomb was chosen, who continued in office until his death in 1887. Miss Mary Lowell Stone, the assistant of Mr. Slocomb, succeeded him, and served until her death in 1889, Mr. William E. Lloyd being then elected. Among those who have served as trustees of the bank appear the names of Moses Clarke, Knowlton S. Chaffee, Joseph H. Tyler, Isaac F. Jones, John H. Leighton, William Hunnewell, John Conlan, Edward W. Bettinson, Thomas S. Hudson, John M. Tyler, Daniel R. Sortwell, Israel Tibbetts, and Enos Reed. The present board of officers is: president, John C. Bullard; vic