Donohoe, Kelly Banking Company was a large private banking company formed in the second half of the nineteenth century, and
flourishing until 1929.
The Donohoe, Kelly Banking Company was a large private banking company formed in the second half of the nineteenth century,
and flourishing until 1929 when it transferred its business to the Bank of America of California, later the Bank of America,
National Trust and Savings Association. The company was established in 1861 by Joseph A. Donohoe, Eugene Kelly and W.C. Ralston
as Donohoe, Ralston and Company, and Eugene Kelly and Company was later organized to represent the company in the East.
344 Linear Feet
(approximately 870 boxes and volumes)
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