Commercial Bank of Fargo

Commercial Bank of Fargo.

The Commercial Bank of Fargo was located on the southwest corner of Front Street (Main Avenue) and Broadway. It occupied the building constructed by the First National Bank in 1879. In June 1904, the Commercial Bank was established with William C. MacFadden as President, F. C. Gardner as Vice-president, and Henry C. Plimpton as Cashier. The bank closed on October 12, 1912, and all of its liabilities were taken over by the Merchants National Bank. The bank was legally dissolved on May 6, 1914.

Commercial Bank of Fargo (N.D.): Dissolution of bank, 346-15400 (Cass County District Court. 1914)
Fargo and Moorhead City Directory. Fargo, 1881-1927.