First National Bank
The First National Bank of Dickson was chartered on August 19, 1903, with capital of $25,000.00 and 23 subscribers.
In 1920, the bank outgrew its quarters and purchased the grocery next door, which was remodeled into a two-story building with an impressive columned front of Indiana cut stone and an inside balcony, topped with a carved wooden American eagle; all are intact today. The building is now used as county government offices.
Photo and text provided by Alan Ragan
A cancelled check from Dickson's First National Bank
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