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Guaranty National Bank At 306 Main St.

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Found another, cool old Alfred C. Finn building!

From the newspaper The Houston Post dated November 23, 1924.

These Men Head Bank Here

To these men go the credit for the rapid advancement made by Guaranty National Bank of Houston, one of the leading financial institutions in this section of the reliable banks in the Southwest.  The new home of this institution will be formally opened Monday.

John Dyer, President
W.L. Dyer, Vice President
E.C. Roberts, Vice President
A.B. Jones, Cashier
Miss E.L. Meyer, Assistant Cashier

Guaranty National to Occupy New Quarters at 306 Main Street
Houston Institution to have one of most modern homes in Southwest

The removal of the Guaranty National Bank from the Hermann building to its own quarters in a new three-story structure at 306 Main street marks the partial culmination of plans for the institution's expansion, beginning back in 1914 when the present officials assumed control--

Plans for the new quarters were submitted by Alfred C. Finn, Houston architect, in competition with numerous Easter firms of architects and contractors--




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