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21. New England National Bank New England National Bank Postcard of the New England National Bank building

22. New England National Bank Building New England National Bank Building 1910 Full frontal and side view; located on southeast corner of 10th and Baltimore.

23. Obituary for Mrs. George Artamonoff Obituary for Mrs. George Artamonoff June 4, 1972 Obituary for Mrs. George Artamonoff, daughter of John Downing, the founder and president of the former New England National Bank and Trust Company.

24. Obituary for Mrs. George Artamonoff Obituary for Mrs. George Artamonoff June 4, 1972 Obituary for Mrs. George Artamonoff, dying on June 2, 1972, the daughter of John Downing, the founder and president of the former New England National Bank & Trust Company.

25. One Thousand Million: Kansas City Bank Clearings for 1902 All But Reach This Enormous Figure One Thousand Million: Kansas City Bank Clearings for 1902 All But Reach This Enormous Figure January 1903 Short article about Kansas City banks dollar clearings for the years 1896-1902. "In that period the business of Kansas City has almost doubled." Includes a chart showing the dollar amounts for each year...

26. Who's Who in Kansas City Who's Who in Kansas City May/15/1921 Portraits and biographical article about John Downing, president of the New England National Bank who was born in Virginia in 1854 and came to Kansas City in 1882.