The Boise State Bank
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THE BOISE STATE BANK
There is no business institution in Idaho that is better known or is on a more solid basis than the Boise State Bank of Boise. Although one of the newer banking houses, having been organized in 1906, it has taken rank with many of the older ones and is enjoying great prosperity. The capital of the Boise State Bank is $50,000. The officers at this time are: president, Edward Payne, a wealthy and retired sheepman; vice president, Arthur Pence, prominent as a stockman and well known in Idaho politics; cashier, E. S. Clapp, formerly a Michigan banker and for a number of years cashier of the First Bank of Council, Idaho.

Recently the Boise State Bank began its occupancy of fine quarters in a building on one of the most prominent corners of Boise.


From:
Sketches of the Inter-Mountain States
1847 - 1909
Utah Idaho Nevada
Published by: The Salt Lake Tribune
Salt Lake City, Utah 1909


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