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Organized 1836.

Shoe and Leather National Bank of Boston.

150 Devonshire street (Equitable building).

Capital, $1,000,000.

This bank receives the accounts of Merchants, Manufacturers, and individuals on the most liberal basis consistent with sound banking; and advances money at all times upon approved securities or names.

Deposits from Estates, Trusts, and Special Accounts received upon favorable terms.

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