The City National
Bank of Greeley was chartered in June 1911, and assigned charter
#10038 with a capital of $100,000. The Greeley Tribune of 6/30/11
reported "The City National Bank opened its doors for business on
Monday in the Camfield Trust building and the subsequent open house
that evening. The bank was placed in voluntary liquidation on March
22, 1915. The bank was located on 8th Avenue and 7th Street.
No notes from
the City National Bank of Greeley are known to exist. The bank issued
only $5, $10 and $20 third charter date back, blue seal notes. Total
amount of reported outstanding notes in 1915 was $25,000. The Union
National Bank assumed responsibility for redeeming the outstanding
In 1915 the
City Bank merged with the Union National. The new bank retained
the name of he Union National Bank.
of the $5 and the $10 / $20 by Peter Huntoon and Jim Hughes.
Bottom $5 1902 DB City NB of Greeley
on copy of proof sheet with 4 $5 notes from "National Numismatic
Collection" at the Smithsonian.
Bottom $10 & 20 1902
DB City NB of Greeley from a copy of proof sheet with 3 $10
& 1 $20 notes from "National Numismatic Collection" at the