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Reverse side: First Bank of the United States, Philadelphia, Penna.


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Title Reverse side: First Bank of the United States, Philadelphia, Penna.
Description Blank postcard. Handwritten 4 in top left corner. Manufacturer's text: First Bank of the United States, Philadelphia, Penna. Built in 1795 to house the National Bank concieved by Alexander Hamilton, this building is the oldest national banking building in the United States. Stephen Girard, the eminent French immigrant and early philanthropist, used the building for many years as his bank.

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