South Side State Bank Records
S3304, V432
1889-1959, undated
4 folders, 5 volumes

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Processed by: Ruth Light, November 2006

Organizational Note:

The South Side State Bank was organized, in part, by John Lauck, Sr.  In 1912 Lauck became the president of the bank, a position he maintained until 1928 when the South Side State Bank merged with the Fletcher Trust Company.  William Hart acted as vice president during at least part of this time period, and L. A. Wiles worked as the cashier.

“Lauck Manufacturing Company.”  Indiana Historical Society: Historic Business Register.  1 Nov. 2006.  <>

Materials within collection.

Scope and Content Note:

This collections consists of various papers and volumes of the South Side State Bank of Indianapolis from 1889 to 1959.  It includes cash books, stock certificates, promissory notes, and legal papers such as leases and bills of sale.

Folder Listing:

1. Legal Papers, 1915-1930
2. Promissory Notes, 1914-1930
3. Collections Papers, 1914-1932
4. Miscellaneous Papers, 1912-1959, undated


1. Tax Audit, 1924
2. Insurance Register, 1916-1927
3. Certificates of Stock, 1912-1916
4. Cash Book, 1918-1919
5. Cash Book, 1889-1894

Collection Information:

Size of Collection:

4 folders (84 items), 5 volumes

Collection Dates:

1889-1959, undated



Access: This collection is open for research.



Reproduction Rights:

Permission to reproduce, exhibit, or publish material in this collection must be obtained from the Manuscript Section, Indiana State Library.  Possession of a reproduction from an Indiana State Library collection does not constitute permission for use.

Language Materials are entirely in English

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