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Central Bank and Trust (Atlanta)

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Central Bank and Trust (Atlanta)

The Central Bank and Trust Corp. was a bank founded in 1906 by Candler Building in Downtown Atlanta.[1] In 1922 it was merged into Citizens & Southern National Bank,[2] the present successor entity to which is the Bank of America.

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  1. ^ National Register of Historic Places Travel Itinerary: Atlanta""Candler Building",
  2. ^ , September 7, 1922Atlanta Constitution"CITIZENS AND SOUTHERN BANK HEADS ANNOUNCE MERGER OF CENTRAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY"
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