FIRST “DRIVE-IN” BANK ON THIS DAY IN 1946


The date was November 12, 1946. The place was the Exchange National
Bank of Chicago. The innovation was called a "drive-in bank."

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posted by Bob Karm in ANNIVERSARY,Banking,DEBUT,Fincncial,HISTORY and have Comment (1)

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  1. Dale Litcher says:

    I worked two Summers at Exchange NB. My dad did some design work for the Sax family that owned it and I got summer jobs there. Three different jobs.
    $2.00 an hour in the early 1960’s. Thanks for the reminder post

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