This Day In History: 1933-03-15
The bank holiday called for in President Roosevelt’s Inaugural Address on March 4th ended. All local banks were relicensed. Dr. John H. Finch, of the Ramsey First National Bank and Trust Company reported that there was a steady stream of customers all day with deposits exceeding withdrawals. Cashier Edward Hamilton of the First National Bank of Allendale said that deposits outnumbered withdrawals four to one. Bank officials generally praised the coop ration they had received from their customers during the emergency.