Frankfort State Bank of Frankfort, Illinois
From: History of Will County, Illinois
By: August Maue
Historical Publishing Company
Topeka-Indianapolis 1928


Frankfort State Bank of Frankfort, Ill., is one of the small but leading financial institutions of Will County. It was incorporated April 3, 1913, with a capital stock of $25,000.00. The officers are: William Lankenau, president; Fred Warning, vice president; and J. A. Luhring, cashier. The directors are: J. P. Bauch, Max Haas, William Lankenau, F. J. Kohihagen, Fred Warning, J. A. Luhring.

The capital stock is $25,000.00; surplus, $25,000.00; undivided profits, $2,579.58; time deposits, $108,634.97; demand deposits, $121,794.45; total liabilities, $280,509.00. Resources: Loans on real estate, $32,350.00; loans on collateral securities, $5,280.00; other loans, $173,331.26; overdrafts, $10.07; banking house, furniture and fixtures, $9,105.00; due from banks, cash, and other cash resources, $60,432.67. Total resources, $280,509.00.


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