Bank of Saginaw postcard
Postcard from the Bank of Saginaw in Saginaw, Michigan depicting the fable of the tortoise and the hare. Inset calendar for March, 1910. Printed on front: "The tortoise and the hare. The race is not be the swift. Many a man has had a hard set-back trying to get rich quick. Compound interest on savings may seem slow, but it is absolutely safe and sure. By steady going, the tortoise beat the hare, and systematic saving at compound interest will get you more in the long run. We pay the highest interest consistent with conservative banking, and our officers, with their broad experience, gladly offer reliable advice on all financial matters. Bank of Saginaw, 310-312 Genesee Ave. 400-402 Court St. Capital and surplus $8000,000.00." Card is postmarked March 3, 1910.
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- Turtles in art
- Rabbits in art
- Fables in art
- 1 postcard : col. ; 5.5 x 3.5 in.
- Burton Historical Collection
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