"Citizens' & Southern Banking Company: Philadelphia's Progressive Financial Institution"

Title

"Citizens' & Southern Banking Company: Philadelphia's Progressive Financial Institution"

Subject

The Citizens' & Southern Banking Company--Employees: Major R. R. Wright (President), R. R. Wright, Jr. (Editor Christian Recorder), J. Albert Johnson (Bishop A. M. E. Church), Mrs. Carrie Steele McClain (Attendance Officer and Welfare Worker), J. C. Neely (Lagrange, GA), E. Washington Rhodes (Editor), Edward B. Maynard (Businessman of Plainfield, N.J.), Thomas M. Thomas (Businessman), W. S. Scarborough (Former President, Wilberforce University), J. H. Irvin (Undertaker)

Description

The Philadelphia Tribune's photo supplement features Citizens' & Southern Banking Company, claiming it as  the most "Progressive Financial Institution" and the "Finest Bank Building of the Race in the North." The pictorial features the president of the bank and the other affiliated employees that the bank holds on staff.

Creator

Philadelphia Tribune

Source

Charles L. Blockson Afro-American Collection, Temple University Libraries

Publisher

WCU, HIS 601/HON 452 Great Migration and Digital Storytelling, Fall 2014

Date

November 29, 1924

Contributor

Shila Scott, Elizabeth Dellaquila

Rights

Courtesy of Temple University Libraries

Format

JPG

Type

Still Image

Files

Citizens_and_southern_banking.jpg
Citizens & Southern Tribune Pictorial 1924.jpg

Citation

Philadelphia Tribune, “"Citizens' & Southern Banking Company: Philadelphia's Progressive Financial Institution",” Goin' North, accessed February 21, 2019, https://goinnorth.org/items/show/96.