Quincy State Bank;Capital City Bank
Historical marker for the former Quincy State Bank in Quincy, Florida. The building was constructed in 1961 and operated under said name until it was acquired by Capital City Bank in 2004.
Marker reads: The Quincy State Bank
Pioneer commercial banking house in Gadsden County, E. P. Dismukes, President opened 20 August 1889, under State Charter No. 1, issued twelve days earlier under the Act creating a State Banking system; original capital, $60,000, Became strong institution under Mark W. ("Pat") Munroe, President, 1892-1940. Deposits one million dollars, 1919; doors never closed during bank crisis of 1933; resources fourteen millions, 1964. Present building constructed and occupied 1961, under James J. Love, chairman of board.
Florida Board of Parks and Historic Memorials in cooperation with the Quincy State Bank
Taylor, George Lansing, Jr.; Lance Taylor; Photographers -- Florida --Jacksonville; Photograph collections -- Florida -- Jacksonville; Historical markers--Florida--Quincy; Bank buildings--Florida--Quincy; Quincy (Fla.); Financial institutions