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The Washington herald. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1906-1939, February 27, 1916, Image 11

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"I've banked with Riggs
r over 50 ears"
-remarked one of our good friends.
He had CONFIDENCE in his Bank, and, as Rambler has said:
"There can be no friendship without confidence, and
no confidence without integrity"
Having unwaveringly followed, from its birth, a sound, conservative policy,
this bank has never occasioned its depositors a moment's uneasiness as to
matters left in its care.
Foreign Exchange Bought and Sold, Collections Made Throughout the World,
Cable Transfers, Letters of Credit.
Accounts of Individuats, Firms and Corporations Invited.
OFFICERS:
CHARLES C. GLOVER, President
WILLIAM J. FLATHER, Vice President MILTON E. AILES, Vice President
JOSHUA EVANS, Jr., Cashier HARRY V. HAYNES, Asst. Cashier
DIRECTORS:
Charles C. Glover John R. McLean Willard H. Brownson Robert C Wilkis Sterling RV&u
Thomas Hyde Milton E. Ailes Charles L Corby Joseph Paul Charles Carrel Glover, Jr.
James M. Johnston H. Rozier Dulany Sylvester W. Labrot E. V. Murphy L Kemp Duval
William J. Flather Louis L Jefries.
1836--1916
Riggs National Bank
Washington, D. C.
Resources Over $14,000,000
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