J.M. Williams, longest account holder

2 August 1965

J.M. Williams, longest account holder

2 August 1965

J.M. Williams with Pass Book No. 1 at the opening of the Christchurch branch of the Bank of New South Wales. Mrs Williams was offered the chance to be the first depositor in the savings bank as she has held an account with the bank for longer than any other depositor. Mrs Williams opened an account with the bank in April 1908.

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Area: Central City / Central Christchurch - South

Source: Christchurch Star Archive

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