Ithaca Directory 1941
LH-REF 974.7 Ithaca 1941
Bellows Falls, Vt. : H.A. Manning Co.
Ithaca - Tompkins County Public Library
Ithaca - Tompkins County Public Library (TCPL)
Local History (LH)
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The First National Bank
Of Ithaca, New York
AT STATE AND TIOGA STREETS
OFFICERS BOARD OF DIRECTORS
HAROLD L. REED
Chalrmah uf lI .., Board
PAUL W. BRAII'ARD
Vice President and Trust Officer
RALPH W. MUNGLE
SEVILLE S. REULEIN
Cashier and Assistant Trust
A CHESTER SARSFIELD
PAUL W. BR.\I!\.\RD
FREDERICK L. BROW'>, JR.
Pres., Jamieson-McKinney Co.
IIE'>RY .\. CAREY
President H. A. Carey Co.
FRED B. HOWE
CHARLES J. KE!\ERSON
Vlee Pres., Treas.. and Gen!. :\1 I1.r. ,
Morse Chain Co.
D. BOARDMAJ\; LEE
CHARLES H. J\;EWMAJ\;
LEO,> C. PRITCHARD
J. G. Pritchard & Son
HAROLD L. REED
Professor Economics. Cornell University
JA:\IES R. ROBI"SO'>
Vice President and Trust Officer
Progress with Salety-
FOUNDED on April 3, 1868 by a group of the city's prominent
citizens, under the leadership of Ezra Cornell, founder of Cornell
University-it was originally housed in the wooden structure pictured
above. After outgrowing the facilities of three locations-this insti-
tution in 1924 constructed the-now familiar five-story, fireproof Ithaca
Savings Bank Building. Its progress from 1868 to the present has
been exemplified by sound management and careful stewardship of
the funds of depositors. The Ithaca Savings Bank has grown up with
Ithaca-and has been a vital factor in the city's growth.
OFFICERS FOR 1941
G. LOUIS COOK
DEXTER S. KIMBALL
ERNEST A. MILLER
REGINALD R. LUMBARD
LOUIS E. COOK
ALLAN H. TREMAN
PAUL S. LIVERMORE, Chairman
ARTHUR B. TREMAN
G. LOUIS COOK, Ex-Officio
DEXTER S. KIMBALL, Ex-Officio
"P u t Your Savings
at Ithaca Savings Bank
Tioga Street, corner of Seneca
ONLY MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK IN
BANKING BY MAIL SAVINGS ACCOUNTS TRAYEL MONEY
MORTGAGE LOANS SCHOOL SAVINGS DEPART\I ENT
SAVINGS BANK LIFE INSURANCE
Week Days Except Saturdays and Legal Holidays
9:30 A. M. to 2:30 P. M.
Saturdays 9 A. M. to 12 M.
Member of the Mutual Savings Bank Fund
Have the Insurance and
Protection in Full of Deposits in Member Banks
•In a Savings Bank"
"·For the better Preparation of Cornell Students"
PREPARATORY SCHOOL. A Regents Academy that has prepared
for Cornell and other Universities hundreds of students from all over
the lJnited States and from many foreign countries. Its methods and
program make It possible to combine rapid progress in subject matter
with real mental growth.
SUMMER SCHOOL. A six weeks session (July 7th to Aug. 22nd) is
terminated with Regents examinations in August. Credentials thus
earned have meant an important saving of time to many Cornellians.
Special rates to Ithaca students.
TUTORING SCHOOL. It has been of valuable assistance to Cornell
students for many years. Individual instruction in University and
preparatory courses by expert and scholarly instructors.
References and Catalogue on request
C. M. DOYLE, Cornell '02
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A COMPLETE STOCK
L C SMITH
FREE TRIAL NO OBLIGATIONTYPING INSTRUCTION BOOK
~~~~ PA:~~1TS $1.00 Jf:K
ALLEN WALES ADDING MACHINES
We maintain a complete '''meo...ph ~SAI.S
department to assist our users. Fac-~ J
tory trained personnel. '.' '0.l • SERVICE
Mimeographing 24-hour service. • • • SUPPLIES
FILING EQUIPMENT - DESKS - STORAGE
CUPBOARDS-VISIBLE RECORD SYSTEMS-
FILING AND ST"\TIONERS' SUPPLIES
A.rk to see an Installation.
Everything for the Office
VAN NATTA OFFICE
EQUIPMENT CO., INC.
Dial 2915 ITHACA 222 E. STATE ST.
MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
116 N. Aurora St.
Records in Central
Our Radio Depart-
ment features the
famous RCA VIC-
One of the most complete stocks of all makes of
phonograph recordings in the entire country.
Drop in and see the complete line, showing
every model. Also we carry a large line of
OTHER G. E. APPLIANCES
MAKE YOUR OWN TERMS
and other makes
of Radios and
graphs and Re-
Coolers, Walk in
in Coolers, Every-
thing in Re-
Ranges, [ Water
Is the Measure of a
I N every field of endeavor, one leader stands out from
DAY in and day out, it is the champion who finishes
first. Consistency is the chief characteristic of the
I N every city of America there is one store whose name
is almost synonymous with the city it serves. In
Ithaca, that store is Rothschild's.
ROTHSCHILD'S is justly proud of its leadership
not boastin~ly proud, but deeply conscious of the
faith and trust which you our customers, have placed in
us. It is this which has assured our leadership. Honor,
inte~rityand fair dealing-the same basic principles which
our founders established in 1882, are still the principles
which guide Rothschild's today!
NOW, As for 59 Years,
THE BEST PLACE TO SHOP
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
ITHACA'S COMMUNIH S[RVIC[ cunR
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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BUILDING
211 E. Seneca St.
ITHACA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
RALPH C. SMITH, Executive Secretary
MARY EMMA CARD, Ass't. Secretary
An organization of 400 business, professional and private citizens
whose general purpose is to promote the business and civic welfare of
ITHACA AUTOMOBILE CLUB
MILDRED P. PRESTON, Secretary.
Specialized service for motorists
ITHACA COMMUNITY CHEST
FRANCES P. WIGLEY, Executive Secretary.
Providing financial support for 16 of Ithaca's welfare, social service,
character-building and health organizations.
ITHACA CREDIT ASSOCIATION
JANE G. McAULIFFE, Executive Secretary.
Serving Ithacans by encouraging high standards of personal
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