Lyman Bank Advertisement
Lyman Bank Ad
Banks and banking--Florida
A newspaper advertisement in The South Florida Argus issue for January 3, 1886. This issue includes an advertisement for the Lyman Bank, located at 101 West First Street in Sanford, Florida. The building was originally constructed in 1883 by Lyman Bank and had a brick facade. In 1887, the bank changed owenership and became the First National Bank No. 1. Building renovations took place the same year, which included adding a marble facade, moving the front entrance to the corner of the building, and placing a clock at the front of the building which would become the town clock located in Magnolia Square. First National Bank. 1 is the oldest brick building in Sanford's downtown commercial district. The organizational meetings to create Rollins College were also held in the same building in 1885.
Print reproduction of microfilmed newspaper advertisements: The South Florida Argus, January 3, 1886: Microfilm Cabinet, reel BN06021, Sanford Museum, Sanford, Florida.
The South Florida Argus
Microfilmed newspaper advertisements: The South Florida Argus, January 3, 1886: Microfilm Cabinet, reel BN06021, Sanford Museum, Sanford, Florida.
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Digital reproduction of printed microfilm newspaper article: The South Florida Argus, January 3, 1886.
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Microfilm Cabinet, reel BN06021, Sanford Museum, Sanford, Florida.
Sanford Collection, Seminole County Collection, RICHES of Central Florida.
1 newspaper advertisement
Lyman Bank, Sanford, Florida
Originally published by The South Florida Argus.
Copyright to this resource is held by The South Florida Argus and is provided here by RICHES of Central Florida for educational purposes only.
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