A Few Words on the Savings Banks in Eastern and Western Canada, and Particularly on the "Montreal City and District" from its Establishment

Type of resource
Title
A Few Words on the Savings Banks in Eastern and Western Canada, and Particularly on the "Montreal City and District" from its Establishment
Abstract
The early history of a Montreal bank, which opened in May 1846 as a "benefit society" to serve the poor of the city. The original honourary directors of this institution were drawn equally from the elites of Montreal's English and French communities, and were predominately (but not totally) Catholics.
Place
Montreal
Publisher
Printed by John Lovell & Son
Date
1884
Language
en
Citation
A Few Words on the Savings Banks in Eastern and Western Canada, and Particularly on the “Montreal City and District” from Its Establishment. Montreal: Printed by John Lovell & Son, 1884.
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