Title: ARTHUR BARRY PAPERS
Location:
D.180
Date range:
1898-1954 
Size: 25 Boxes






Arthur Augustine Barry, the youngest of William Crawford and Minnie Louise Gaffney Barry's seven children, was born on April 30, 1887. Barry grew up in Rochester, and was educated at Nazareth School, the Bradstreet School, and by private tutors. He married Gladys Brewster in 1911; she died in 1922. They had two sons, Harold Brewster Barry and Heustis Pomeroy Barry.

Barry was involved in several business enterprises. He was connected with the Ellwanger and Barry nursery until it went out of business in 1917. From 19XX to 19XX he was director and vice-president of the Ellwanger and Barry Realty Company. The firm, begun by his grandfather, Patrick Barry, was incorporated in 1900 and continued in business until 1963.

In addition to managing the real estate company, Barry served on the board of directors of the East Side Savings Bank from 1935 to 1944. He was elected chairman of the board in 1940. When East Side merged with the Mechanic's Savings Bank in 1944, forming the Community Savings Bank, Barry remained on the board of the new institution. He was also on the board of the Rochester Trust and Safe Deposit Company from 1942 until 1945, when it merged with Lincoln Alliance Bank and Trust Company to create the Lincoln Rochester Trust Company.

Barry took an active interest in community affairs. He served on the board of directors of several local civic and charitable organizations, and helped support many others. He participated in a number of fund-raising campaigns as well. Barry died at the age of sixty-six on 12 April 1954, following a brief illness.

The collection consists of letters written to Arthur Barry by his sons H. Brewster Barry and H. Pomeroy Barry, other relatives, and friends. There is also correspondence with the officials of the schools the boys attended, as well as letters concerning the property Barry owned, and his financial and business affairs. The rest of the collection includes Barry's private journals, personal financial and tax records, and the reports and correspondence of the charities and clubs with which he was affiliated. The correspondence and records of the East Side Savings Bank, the Community Savings Bank, and the Rochester Trust and Safe Deposit Company make up the balance of the collection.

The letters Barry received from his sons span the years from 1922 to 1948, with the majority of them dating from 1943-1946 when Brewster and Pomeroy were in the Army. Brewster served in the Finance Department of the O.S.S., first at the Marine Branch, Quantico, Virginia (1944) and later in Washington, DC (1945). Pomeroy was a staff sergeant attached to the Ordnance Department, 98th Ordnance Heavy Maintenance Company. He was stationed in Oran, Algeria (2 September-October 1943/1 May-20 August 1944), Casablanca, Morocco (October 1943-30 April 1944), France (25 August 1944-8 April 1945), and Germany (April-September 1945). Brewster's letters, far more numerous than Pomeroy's, contain information about his wife, Vivian, their first child, Charles Arthur (born 8 January 1945), family finances, the weather, and inquiries and comments about various family members and friends. There are also several photographs, and letters and greeting cards from Vivian Barry to her father-in-law. Brewster sometimes mentions his military duties, but, because of government censorship, he does not elaborate upon them. Of special note, however, is his letter dated 15 April 1945 in which he describes Franklin D. Roosevelt's funeral procession. Pomeroy also writes of the weather, family finances, friends, and relations. Until censorship was lifted in May, 1945, he, too, could not reveal his specific location or duties. Nevertheless, he did manage to send several artifacts to his father including the American Flag arm band he wore when he landed in France, a German mine field marker, and a piece of fabric marked with the Nazi eagle and swastika. These items are included with his letters.

The remainder of Barry's personal correspondence is composed of letters from family members, friends, and business associates (c1915-1946), and letters between Barry and officials of the Taft School in Watertown, Connecticut (1929-1934), the Allendale School (1928-1932), and the Avon Old Farms School (1932-1937). There is also a limited correspondence between Barry and W. Griffin Kelley, Headmaster of the Newman School (1931-1934) and W. L. Agard, Dean of Williams College (1931). Letters pertaining to the construction of his house at 668 Mt. Hope Avenue (1921-1922), the maintenance of his farm in Richmond Mills (1936-1944), and the purchase and care of his Jordon automobile (1923-1930) complete the selection of his personal correspondence.

Papers from the various charitable and civic organizations with which Barry was associated make up a substantial portion of this collection. The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (1929-1946), the Rochester Civic Music Organization (1938-1941), and Charlotte Whitney Allen's U.S. "Sinking" Fund (1942-1945) are the most prominent groups Barry supported. The correspondence concerning the "Sinking" Fund includes letters from Admiral C.W. Nimitz (27 May 1945) and General Dwight D. Eisenhower (29 September 1945).

The material dealing with Barry's career in banking is composed of general business correspondence (East Side, 1938-1943/Community, 1945-1952), correspondence concerning the real estate owned or controlled by East Side Bank (1938-1944), and social correspondence such as letters announcing parties and other social events sponsored by the bank. There is also some correspondence from the New York State Banking Department (1935-1952) and the Savings Bank Association of New York (1938-1947).

Mortgage Loan Applications, Statements of Condition, and the Agendas and Minutes of various committee meetings for the East Side and Community Savings Banks constitute the majority of the documents concerning Barry's banking career. The Mortgage Loan Applications (1942-1952) provide the name of the applicant, his occupation and place of employment, his annual income, the location of the property he proposed to buy, the amount of the loan for which he was applying, and whether this amount was approved. The Statements of Condition (1936-1954) give a monthly analysis of the overall condition of the bank, with a breakdown of the assets and liabilities for each department. The Agendas and Minutes of the Board Meetings (1941-1954), the Executive Committee Meetings (1940-1954), the Bond Committee Meetings (1943-1952), the Loan Committee Meetings (1942-1952), the Real Estate Committee Meetings (1949-1952), and the Investment Committee Meetings (1954) offer an account of the how the bank operated.

A number of miscellaneous bank documents from East Side and Community Savings are contained in the collection, including information about the annual operating budget (1942-1953). There are some papers dealing with Rochester banking (1936-1947) and New York State banking policy and regulations (1937-1952). There is a little material from the Lincoln-Alliance Bank & Trust Company (1928-1945) and the Rochester Trust and Safe Deposit Company (1935-1944). A selection of newspaper clippings from the East Side Bank (1937-1943), Mechanic's Savings Bank (1938-1943), Community Savings Bank (1944-1952), and other Rochester banks completes the collection.

Gift of the Ellwanger and Barry Realty Company, 1963 


Contents:

Box 1: Personal Correspondence

Folder

  1. Correspondence with H.B. Barry, 1922-1944
  2. Correspondence with H.B. Barry, January-March, 1945
  3. Correspondence with H.B. Barry, April-July, 1945
  4. Correspondence with H.B. Barry, August-October, 1945
  5. Correspondence with H.B. Barry, November-December, 1945
  6. Correspondence with H.B. Barry, January-April, 1946
  7. Correspondence with H.B. Barry, May-December, 1946
  8. Correspondence with H.B. Barry, 1947
  9. Correspondence with H.B. Barry, 1948
  10. Correspondence with H.P. Barry, 1928-1944
  11. Correspondence with H.P. Barry, 1945-1946
  12. Personal Correspondence, c. 1915-1946
  13. Correspondence, The Taft School, 1929
  14. Correspondence, The Taft School, 1930-1934
  15. Correspondence, The Allendale School, 1928-1934
  16. Correspondence, Avon Old Farms School, 1932-1933
  17. Correspondence, Avon Old Farms School, 1934-1937
  18. Correspondence, The Newman School, 1931-1934
  19. Correspondence, Williams College, 1934


Box 2: Private Journals, 1917-1931 (No volume for 1930)

Box 3: Private Journals, 1932-1937

Box 4: Personal Papers

Folder

  1. Last Will and Testament, 1922
  2. Correspondence and Bills, Construction of house on Mt. Hope Avenue, 1921-1922
  3. Correspondence and Informational Pamphlets, The Jordon Motors Corporation, 1923-1930
  4. Correspondence, Honnedaga Lodge, 1923-1932
  5. Correspondence, Richmond Mills Property, 1936-1937
  6. Correspondence, Richmond Mills Property, 1938-1939
  7. Correspondence, Richmond Mills Property, 1940-1941
  8. Correspondence, Richmond Mills Property, 1942-1944
  9. Business Correspondence, 1915-1929
  10. Business Correspondence, 1930
  11. Business Correspondence, 1931
  12. Business Correspondence, 1932
  13. Business Correspondence, 1933
  14. Business Correspondence, 1934
  15. Business Correspondence, 1935
  16. Business Correspondence, 1936-1949
  17. Correspondence & Reports, Kodak Stock, 1898-1947
  18. Correspondence, N.Y. State Tax Department, 1923-1937
  19. Correspondence from I.R.S., 1916-1945
  20. Folder 20: Correspondence to I.R.S., 1916-194S
  21. Folder 21: Correspondence, Stock Dividends, 1919-1923
  22. Folder 22: Records of Earnings from Stock Dividends, 1934-1943
  23. Folder 23: Donation & Subscription Receipts, 1943-1954


Box 5: Financial Records and Tax Returns

Folder

  1. Federal Financial & Tax Records, 1916-1930
  2. Federal Financial & Tax Records, 1931-1937
  3. Federal Financial & Tax Records, 1938-1944
  4. N.Y. State Financial & Tax Records, 1923-1942
  5. Federal Tax Returns, 1913-1919
  6. Federal Tax Returns, 1920-1929
  7. Federal Tax Returns, 1930-1936
  8. Federal Tax Returns, 1937-1944
  9. N.Y. State Tax Returns, 1919-1929
  10. N.Y. State Tax Returns, 1930-1936
  11. N.Y. State Tax Returns, 1937-1944


Box 6: Review and Statement of Assets of Trust for H.B. and H.P. Barry, 14 June 1934-6 November 1947 

Box 7: Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (S.P.C.C.)

Folder

  1. Correspondence & Reports, S.P.C.C., 1929-1930
  2. Correspondence & Reports, S.P.C.C., 1931
  3. Correspondence & Reports, S.P.C.C., January-April, 1932
  4. Correspondence & Reports, S.P.C.C., May-December, 1932
  5. Correspondence & Reports, S.P.C.C., 1933
  6. Correspondence & Reports, S.P.C.C., January-June, 1934
  7. Correspondence & Reports, S.P.C.C., July-December, 1934
  8. Correspondence & Reports, S.P.C.C., January-September, 1935
  9. Correspondence & Reports, S.P.C.C., October-December, 1935
  10. Correspondence & Reports, S.P.C.C., 1936
  11. Correspondence & Reports, S.P.C.C., 1937
  12. Correspondence & Reports, S.P.C.C., 1938-1939
  13. Correspondence & Reports, S.P.C.C., 1940-1946


Box 8: St. Mary's Hospital & Rochester General Hospital

Folder

  1. Correspondence & Reports, St. Mary's Building Campaign, 1941-1942
  2. Correspondence, Rochester General Hospital, 1942-1943
  3. Nurses Committee Meetings, Rochester General Hospital, 1943-1948
  4. Miscellaneous Committee Reports, Rochester General Hospital, c1945-1947
  5. Financial Reports, Rochester General Hospital, January-May, 1943
  6. Financial Reports, Rochester General Hospital, June-December, 1943
  7. Financial Reports, Rochester General Hospital, 1944-1947
  8. Miscellaneous Financial Information, Rochester General Hospital, 1943-1946
  9. Budget Information, Rochester General Hospital, 1947
  10. Hospital Directors, Rochester General Hospital, 1943-1948


Box 9: Clubs, Charities, and Civic Organizations

Folder

  1. Correspondence & Reports, Citizens' Tax League, 1936-1954
  2. Correspondence, Rochester Civic Music Association, 1938-1941
  3. Reports, Rochester Civic Music Association, 1938-1941
  4. Correspondence & Reports, Community Chest Drive, 1937
  5. Correspondence, YMCA, 1939-1949
  6. Correspondence & Brochures, Paderewski Testimonial Fund, 1941
  7. Correspondence, Columbus Youth Club, 1942-1943
  8. Correspondence & Reports, U.S. "Sinking" Fund, 1942-1945
  9. Personal Records, U.S. "Sinking" Fund, 1942-1943
  10. Personal Records, U.S. "Sinking" Fund, 1944-1945
  11. Correspondence, American Red Cross, 1943-1946
  12. Correspondence, Aquinas Memorial Stadium Campaign, 1945
  13. Correspondence, Camp Lawrence Cory, 1949-1954
  14. Correspondence, Miscellaneous Clubs, Charities, & Civic Organizations, 1917-1953


Box 10: Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank

Folder

  1. Business Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, 1935-1937
  2. Business Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, 1938
  3. Business Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, January-May, 1939
  4. Business Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, June-December., 1939
  5. Business Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, 1940
  6. Business Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, 1941
  7. Business Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, 1942
  8. Business Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, 1943
  9. Real Estate Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, 1936-1937
  10. Real Estate Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, January-June, 1938
  11. Real Estate Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, July, 1938
  12. Real Estate Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, August, 1938
  13. Real Estate Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, September, 1938
  14. Real Estate Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, October-November, 1938
  15. Real Estate Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, December, 1938


Box 11: Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank

Folder

  1. Real Estate Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, January-February, 1939
  2. Real Estate Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, March-April, 1939
  3. Real Estate Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, May-June, 1939
  4. Real Estate Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, July-August, 1939
  5. Real Estate Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, September, 1939
  6. Real Estate Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, October, 1939
  7. Real Estate Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, November-December, 1939
  8. Real Estate Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, January-March, 1940
  9. Real Estate Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, April-June, 1940
  10. Real Estate Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, July-September, 1940
  11. Real Estate Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, October-December, 1940
  12. Real Estate Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, January-April, 1941
  13. Real Estate Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, May-June, 1941
  14. Real Estate Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, July-December, 1941


Box 12: Correspondence East Side Savings Bank, Community Savings Bank, N.Y. Banking Associations

Folder

  1. Real Estate Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, January-April, 1942
  2. Real Estate Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, May-June, 1942
  3. Real Estate Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, July-December, 1942
  4. Real Estate Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, 1943
  5. Real Estate Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, 1944
  6. Social Correspondence, East Side Savings Bank, 1937-1943
  7. Social Ephemera, East Side Savings Bank, 1937-1943
  8. Congratulatory Notices Sent To A.A. Barry, 1935, 1940
  9. Business Correspondence, Community Savings Bank, 1945-1947
  10. Business Correspondence, Community Savings Bank, 1948
  11. Business Correspondence, Community Savings Bank, 1949-1952
  12. 2 : Miscellaneous Banking Correspondence, 1937-1949
  13. Printed Ephemera, East Side/Community Savings, c1937-1952
  14. Correspondence, New York State Banking Department, 1935-1952
  15. Correspondence, Savings Bank Association of New York, 1938-1947
  16. Printed Ephemera, New York State Banking Association, 1936-1944
  17. Miscellaneous Ephemera, Banking, 1941-1949


Box 13: Mortgage Loan Applications, East Side Savings Bank/Community Savings Bank

Folder

  1. Mortgage Loan Applications, East Side Savings Bank, 1942-1943
  2. Mortgage Loan Applications, Community Savings Bank, 1944-1945
  3. Mortgage Loan Applications, Community Savings Bank, January-June, 1946
  4. Mortgage Loan Applications, Community Savings Bank, July-December, 1946
  5. Mortgage Loan Applications, Community Savings Bank, January-July, 1947
  6. Mortgage Loan Applications, Community Savings Bank, August-December, 1947
  7. Mortgage Loan Applications, Community Savings Bank, January-June, 1948
  8. Mortgage Loan Applications, Community Savings Bank, July-December, 1948


Box 14: Mortgage Loan Applications, Community Savings Bank

Folder

  1. Mortgage Loan Applications, Community Savings Bank, January-June, 1949
  2. Mortgage Loan Applications, Community Savings Bank, July-December, 1949
  3. Mortgage Loan Applications, Community Savings Bank, January-June, 1950
  4. Mortgage Loan Applications, Community Savings Bank, July-December, 1950
  5. Mortgage Loan Applications, Community Savings Bank, January-June, 1951
  6. Mortgage Loan Applications, Community Savings Bank, July-December, 1951
  7. Mortgage Loan Applications, Community Savings Bank, January-June, 1952
  8. Mortgage Loan Applications, Community Savings Bank, July-December, 1952


Box 15: Mortgage Loan Information, East Side Savings Bank/Community Savings Bank

Folder

  1. Mortgage Loan Plans, Policies & Rates, East Side/Community, c1938-1953
  2. Types of Property Mortgaged & Mortgage Commitments, Community, c1948-1952
  3. Real Estate Owned or Controlled, East Side/Community, c1941-1945
  4. Report on Delinquent Mortgages, East Side/Community, 1936-1947
  5. Report on Delinquent Mortgages, Community Savings, 1948-1952
  6. Miscellaneous Reports on Mortgage Loans, East Side/Community, 1941-1951
  7. Miscellaneous Documents, Mortgage Loans, East Side/Community, 1943-1954
  8. Records of Mortgage & Bond Investments, East Side, 1935-1936
  9. Mortgages Recorded by Rochester Lending Institutions, 1941-1947
  10. Mortgages Recorded by Rochester Lending Institutions, 1948-1949


Box 16: Statements of Condition, East Side Savings Bank

Folder

  1. Statements of Condition, East Side Savings Bank, 1936
  2. Statements of Condition, East Side Savings Bank, 1937
  3. Statements of Condition, East Side Savings Bank, 1938
  4. Statements of Condition, East Side Savings Bank, 1939
  5. Statements of Condition, East Side Savings Bank, 1940
  6. Statements of Condition, East Side Savings Bank, 1941


Box 17: Statements of Condition, East Side Savings Bank/Community Savings Bank

Folder

  1. Statements of Condition, East Side Savings Bank, January-June, 1942
  2. Statements of Condition, East Side Savings Bank, July-December, 1942
  3. Statements of Condition, East Side Savings Bank, January-June, 1943
  4. Statements of Condition, East Side Savings Bank, July-December, 1943
  5. Statements of Condition, East Side/Community, January-June, 1944
  6. Statements of Condition, Community Savings Bank, July-December, 1944
  7. Statements of Condition, Community Savings Bank, January-June, 1945
  8. Statements of Condition, Community Savings Bank, July-December, 1945


Box 18: Statements of Condition, Community Savings Bank

Folder

  1. Statements of Condition, Community Savings Bank, January-June, 1946
  2. Statements of Condition, Community Savings Bank, July-December, 1946
  3. Statements of Condition, Community Savings Bank, January-June, 1947
  4. Statements of Condition, Community Savings Bank, July-December, 1947
  5. Statements of Condition, Community Savings Bank, January-June, 1948
  6. Statements of Condition, Community Savings Bank, July-December, 1948
  7. Statements of Condition, Community Savings Bank, January-June, 1949
  8. Statements of Condition, Community Savings Bank, July-December, 1949


Box 19: Statements of Condition, Community Savings Bank

Folder

  1. Statements of Condition, Community Savings Bank, January-June, 1950
  2. Statements of Condition, Community Savings Bank, July-December, 1950
  3. Statements of Condition, Community Savings Bank, January-June, 1951
  4. Statements of Condition, Community Savings Bank, July-December, 1951
  5. Statements of Condition, Community Savings Bank, January-June, 1952
  6. Statements of Condition, Community Savings Bank, July-December, 1952
  7. Statements of Condition, Community Savings Bank, 1953-1954


Box 20: Agendas & Minutes, Committee Meetings, East Side/Community Savings

Folder

  1. Agendas/Minutes, Board Meetings, East Side Savings Bank, 1941-1943
  2. Agendas/Minutes, Board Meetings, East Side/Community, 1944
  3. Agendas/Minutes, Board Meetings, Community Savings Bank, 1945
  4. Agendas/Minutes, Board Meetings, Community Savings Bank, 1946
  5. Agendas/Minutes, Board Meetings, Community Savings Bank, 1947
  6. Agendas/Minutes, Board Meetings, Community Savings Bank, 1948
  7. Agendas/Minutes, Board Meetings, Community Savings Bank, 1949
  8. Agendas/Minutes, Board Meetings, Community Savings Bank, 1950
  9. Agendas/Minutes, Board Meetings, Community Savings Bank, 1951
  10. Agendas/Minutes, Board Meetings, Community Savings Bank, 1952
  11. Agendas/Minutes, Board Meetings, Community Savings Bank, 1953-1954
  12. Agendas/Minutes, Executive Committee, East Side Savings Bank, 1940-1944
  13. Agendas/Minutes, Executive Committee, Community Savings Bank, 1945
  14. Agendas/Minutes, Executive Committee, Community Savings Bank, 1946
  15. Agendas/Minutes, Executive Committee, Community Savings Bank, 1947
  16. Agendas/Minutes, Executive Committee, Community Savings Bank, 1948
  17. Agendas/Minutes, Executive Committee, Community Savings Bank, 1949
  18. Agendas/Minutes, Executive Committee, Community Savings Bank, 1950
  19. Agendas/Minutes, Executive Committee, Community Savings Bank, 1951
  20. Agendas/Minutes, Executive Committee, Community Savings Bank, 1952-1954


Box 21: Agendas & Minutes, Committee Meetings, East Side/Community Savings

Folder

  1. Agendas/Minutes, Bond Committee, East Side/Community, 1943-1944
  2. Agendas/Minutes, Bond Committee, Community Savings Bank, 1945
  3. Agendas/Minutes, Bond Committee, Community Savings Bank, 1946
  4. Agendas/Minutes, Bond Committee, Community Savings Bank, 1947
  5. Agendas/Minutes, Bond Committee, Community Savings Bank, 1948
  6. Agendas/Minutes, Bond Committee, Community Savings Bank, 1949
  7. Agendas/Minutes, Bond Committee, Community Savings Bank, 1950
  8. Agendas/Minutes, Bond Committee, Community Savings Bank, 1951-1952
  9. Agendas/Minutes, Loan Committee, East Side Savings Bank, 1942-1943
  10. Agendas/Minutes, Loan Committee, East Side/Community, 1944
  11. Agendas/Minutes, Loan Committee, Community Savings Bank, 1945
  12. Agendas/Minutes, Loan Committee, Community Savings Bank, 1946
  13. Agendas/Minutes, Loan Committee, Community Savings Bank, 1947
  14. Agendas/Minutes, Loan Committee, Community Savings Bank, 1948
  15. Agendas/Minutes, Loan Committee, Community Savings Bank, 1949
  16. Agendas/Minutes, Loan Committee, Community Savings Bank, 1950
  17. Agendas/Minutes, Loan Committee, Community Savings Bank, 1951
  18. Agendas/Minutes, Loan Committee, Community Savings Bank, 1952
  19. Agendas/Minutes, Real Estate Committee, East Side/Community, 1943-1945


Box 22: Agendas & Minutes, Committee Meetings, East Side/Community Savings

Folder

  1. Agendas/Minutes, Life Insurance Committee, East Side/Community, 1944-1945
  2. Agendas/Minutes, Life Insurance Committee, Community Savings Bank, 1946
  3. Agendas/Minutes, Life Insurance Committee, Community Savings Bank, 1947
  4. Agendas/Minutes, Life Insurance Committee, Community Savings Bank, 1948
  5. Agendas/Minutes, Life Insurance Committee, Community Savings Bank, 1949
  6. Agendas/Minutes, Life Insurance Committee, Community Savings Bank, 1950
  7. Agendas/Minutes, Life Insurance Committee, Community Savings Bank, 1951-1952
  8. Agendas/Minutes, Examining Committee, Community Savings Bank, 1949-1951
  9. Agendas/Minutes, Examining Committee, Community Savings Bank, 1952
  10. Agendas/Minutes, Investment Committee, Community Savings Bank, 1954
  11. Budget Information, East Side/Community Savings, 1942-1946
  12. Budget Information, Community Savings Bank, 1947
  13. Budget Information, Community Savings Bank, 1948
  14. Budget Information, Community Savings Bank, 1949
  15. Budget Information, Community Savings Bank, 1950
  16. Budget Information, Community Savings Bank, 1951
  17. Budget Information, Community Savings Bank, 1952-1953


Box 23: Miscellaneous Banking Material, East Side/Community Savings

Folder

  1. Record of Stocks, Bonds, & Securities, East Side/Community, 1936-1952
  2. Earnings & Operating Expenses, East Side/Community, 1937-1950
  3. Text & Recommendations of Examining Committees, East Side/Community, 1938-1952
  4. Committee Members & Bank Officials, East Side/Community, 1942-1953
  5. Dividend Earnings, East Side/Community Savings, 1944-1951
  6. Agreement of Merger & By-Laws, Community Savings Bank, 1944
  7. Documents: Employee/Public Relations, Community Savings Bank, 1944-1952
  8. Documents: Life Insurance Dept., Community Savings Bank, c1945-1949
  9. Departmental Allocation of Income & Expense, Community Savings, 1946-1949
  10. Attainment Charts, Community Savings Bank, 1946-1951
  11. Miscellaneous Bank Documents, East Side/Community Savings, 1937-1944
  12. Miscellaneous Bank Documents, Community Savings Bank, 1945-1952
  13. Statements of Condition, Rochester & U.S. Banks, 1936-1941
  14. Statements of Condition, Rochester & U.S. Banks, 1942-1947
  15. Miscellaneous Documents, Savings Bank Association of New York, 1937-1941
  16. Miscellaneous Documents, New York State Banking Department, 1941-1952


Box 24: Rochester Trust & Safe Deposit Company/Lincoln-Alliance Bank

Folder

  1. Business Correspondence, Rochester Trust, 1935-1944
  2. Social Correspondence, Rochester Trust, 1942-1944
  3. Congratulatory Letters to A.A. Barry, 1942
  4. Miscellaneous Bank Records, Rochester Trust, 1940-1944
  5. Agendas/Minutes, Real Estate Committee, Rochester Trust, 1942-1943
  6. Board of Directors, Rochester Trust, 1943-1945
  7. Directors' Examinations, Rochester Trust, 1942-1944
  8. Printed Ephemera, Lincoln-Alliance Bank, 1928-1945
  9. Printed Ephemera, Rochester Trust, 1942


Box 25: Newspaper Clippings

Folder

  1. Newspaper Clippings, East Side Savings Bank, 1937-1940
  2. Newspaper Clippings, East Side Savings Bank, 1941
  3. Newspaper Clippings, East Side Savings Bank, 1942
  4. Newspaper Clippings, East Side Savings Bank, 1943
  5. Newspaper Clippings, Mechanic's Savings Bank, 1938-1943
  6. Newspaper Clippings, Community Savings Bank, 1944
  7. Newspaper Clippings, Community Savings Bank, 1945-1946
  8. Newspaper Clippings, Community Savings Bank, 1947
  9. Newspaper Clippings, Community Savings Bank, 1948-1949
  10. Newspaper Clippings, Community Savings Bank, 1950
  11. Newspaper Clippings, Community Savings Bank, 1951-1952
  12. Newspaper Clippings, Monroe Savings Bank, 1938-1952
  13. Newspaper Clippings, The Rochester Savings Bank, 1938-1952
  14. Newspaper Clippings, Lincoln-Alliance Bank, 1940-1945
  15. Newspaper Clippings, Rochester Trust, 1941-1944
  16. Newspaper Clippings, Rochester Banking, 1921-1952
  17. Newspaper Clippings, State and National Banking Policy, 1936-1951