"The First National Bank of Brushton, a well managed and prospering institution, commenced business January 24, 1910, with a capital of $25,000. Its resources in September, 1917, aggregated $286,533.76, and it had accumulated in less than eight years a surplus of $20,659.55. Its deposits amounted at the same date to $216,159.21. Its deposits more than doubled in the two years from 1915, and its resources increased in the same time by $109,000."
The cancellations on this First National Bank of Brushton, NY check from 1921 (click to enlarge) are: Farmer's Nat. Bank, Malone, NY; National Commercial Bank & Trust Co., Albany, NY; Farmers National Bank, Malone, NY; National Commercial Bank & Trust Co., Albany, NY; and Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
All images of objects from the collection of the Franklin County Historical & Museum Society.