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Philadelphia, Corn Exchange National Bank, Signed Geo D Wetherill 1901, Est 1807 For Sale
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Philadelphia, Corn Exchange National Bank, Signed Geo D Wetherill 1901, Est 1807:
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania...Corn Exchange National Bank Large Size Check 8 3/4" X 3 5/16"...Signed Geo D Wetherill as President on Left...April 2nd, 1901...Paying Central National Bank $269.15...Has a Red 2c Battleship Stamp R-164 Lower Left...150 years of paint history, Geo. D. Wetherill & Co., Inc., 1807-1957
150-year history of Geo. D. Wetherill & Co., Inc., Philadelphia, the oldest independent paint manufacturer in America is a Book About This Company...by Robert D Crompton..The George D. Wetherill Paint Company located at 56 North Front Street in ... Their factory, located in Philadelphia on the banks of the Delaware..
Name: George Deacon Wetherill
Birth: JUL 1794 in Burlington Co, New Jersey
Death: 14 APR 1875 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Burial: 16 APR 1875 Laurel Hill Cem, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Note: The Philadelphia Directory & Stranger's Guide for 1825, page 149; Philadelphia, PA :
Note: Wetherill George D. druggist S E c. Front & Mulberry d. h. 16 Mulberry .....The firm of George D. Wetherill & Company was a major wholesale dealer in paints, drugs and spices in Philadelphia throughout the 19th century. By the 1880s it was primarily a paint manufacturer. The business was established by George D.
Wetherill, Sr., around 1816, and continued by his son-in-law, Christopher Wetherill, and grandson, George D. Wetherill, Jr. For most of its existence it was located at 56 North Front Street....Philadelphia Death Certificate: George D. Wetherill, aged 81, married, gentleman, 1700 Walnut St, influenza ......The Corn Exchange Bank Building is a historical building located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This building was originally home to the Corn Exchange National Bank out of New York. The building is currently home to Citizens Bank. This Building is brick in construction, with stone accents and details. One prominent feature is the clock tower on the 2nd and Chestnut side. Model created by Adam Hecht....
The Corn Exchange National Bank at 123-135 Chestnut Street at the corner of S. 2nd Street in the Old City neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania was built in 1903, and was designed by Newman & Harris in the Georgian Revival style. Horace Trumbauer designed alterations and additions in 1913, 1929 and 1931...
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