.
0061839
FIRST BANK OF U.S., 1799.
The First Bank of the United States, in Third Street, Philadelphia: colored line engraving, 1799, by William Birch & Son.
.
0126746
FIRST BANK OF U.S., 1811.
Contemporary American lithograph cartoon depicting the expected consequences of the refusal of Congress, 1811, to renew the charter of the First Bank of the United States.
.
0125642
FIRST BANK OF U.S., 1798.
The First Bank of the United States in Third Street, Philadelphia. Line engraving by William Birch & Son, 1798.
.
0092172
PHILADELPHIA: BANK, 1827.
Girard's Bank in Philadelphia, the former First Bank of the United States, bought by Stephen Girard in 1811. Etching, German, 1827.
.
0014973
FIRST BANK OF U.S., 1799.
The First Bank of the United States, in Third Street, Philadelphia. Line engraving, 1799, by William Birch & Son.
.
0268192
BANK OF NORTH AMERICA, 1959.
Chartered by the Second Continental Congress in 1781, the Bank of North America, located on 305-307 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was the first national bank. Photograph, 1959.
.
0268397
CHICAGO: FIRE, 1871.
Ruins of the First National Bank after the Great Fire in Chicago, 8-10 October 1871. Contemporary English engraving.
.
0088611
CIVIL WAR: BULL RUN, 1861.
The retreat of Union soldiers turning into a stampede at the First Battle of Bull Run, Virginia, 21 July 1861. Wood engraving from a contemporary English newspaper.
.
0082619
OKLAHOMA LAND RUSH, 1889.
Establishing the first bank at Guthrie, Oklahoma Territory, on the first day of the Oklahoma land rush, 22 April 1889. Drawing from a contemporary American newspaper.
.
0216263
GALVESTON: BANK, c1910.
The First National Bank Building at the corner of 22nd Street and The Strand in Galveston, Texas. Photograph, c1910.
.
0051314
REPUBLICAN ELEPHANT, 1874.
'The Third-Term Panic.' An 1874 cartoon by Thomas Nast denying that President Ulysses S. Grant was seeking a third term, featuring the first appearance of the elephant as the symbol of the Republican Party.
.
0120590
BANK CHECK, 1782.
Check on the Bank of North America, 22 June 1782; one of the first known checks.
.
0008843
REPUBLICAN ELEPHANT, 1874.
'The Third-Term Panic.' An 1874 cartoon by Thomas Nast denying that President Ulysses S. Grant was seeking a third term, featuring the first appearance of the elephant as the symbol of the Republican Party.
.
0076204
GEORGE WASHINGTON: CHECK.
A 1797 check filled out and signed by George Washington.
.
0612644
JAPAN.
Spring. Full credit: Pictures from History / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.