The Norwich Savings Society : a brief history of the growth in one hundred years of a mutual savings bank : from eighteen hundred twenty four to nineteen hundred twenty four
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The author of this history, Henry A. Tirrell (1873 - 1954), was Principal of Norwich Free Academy from 1904 to 1940.
The Norwich Savings Society, the second oldest savings bank in Connecticut, was founded in 1824. The Norwich Savings Society building, at 162-4 Main Street, in downtown Norwich, was built between 1893 and 1895, with an addition being constructed in the 1970s. The building was designed to curve around one side of an intersection, joining seamlessly with the buildings on either side (although the building on the Broadway side has since been demolished). The Chateauesque-style Norwich Savings Society building now houses a People’s United Bank. In 1998, the Society was acquired by Peoples' united bank.
F104.N93 T57 1924
Tirrell, Henry Archelaus, 1879-. “The Norwich Savings Society : a brief history of the growth in one hundred years of a mutual savings bank : from eighteen hundred twenty four to nineteen hundred twenty four.” Rare Books. WCSU Archives, 10 Dec. 2019. Accessed on the Web: 13 Dec. 2019.
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