DRIVE-IN BANKING DEBUTED ON THIS DAY IN 1946

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The Exchange National Bank of Chicago opened the country’s first drive-in banking service with ten teller windows on November 12, 1946. The windows were protected by bulletproof glass, and money and paperwork were exchanged through sliding drawers.

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  1. […] 1946 – America’s first drive-up teller window opens at the Exchange National Bank of Chi… […]

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