From: "Newark, the City of Industry" Published by the Newark Board of Trade 1912
Among the many notable events of importance in the rapid march to greater things in the commercial, manufacturing and financial affairs of the world which has distinguished the enterprising and progressive city of Newark, NJ for the past decade, it is hardly probably that any has afforded so much satisfaction to the business element of the city as the opening of the Broad & Market National Bank, at 800 Broad Street, on the morning of January 3, 1911, which marked the beginning of the new year, with a new bank, with new equipment and thoroughly impregnated with all the new ideas which constitutes a modern bank to be conducted upon lines of model and modern policies.
Accounts of all classes of people are invited and every courtesy and consideration are assured.
This bank has been chosen as a state, city and county depository.
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