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Financial leaders lacking - 2003-12-22 - Dallas Business Journal
Republic president Fred F. Florence, First National Bank president Nathan Adams, and Mercantile National Bank president Robert L. Thornton were also most important in establishment of Southwestern Medical Foundation.
It included Fred Florence, ...
It included Fred Florence, the founder of the Republic National Bank, whose Dallas office tower was a covert repository for CIA-connected ventures; T. E. Braniff, a pioneer of the airline industry and member of the Knights of Malta, an exclusive, conservative, Vatican-connected order with longtime intelligence ties; Fred Wooten, an official of the First National Bank of Dallas, which would employ Poppy Bush in the years between his tenure as CIA director and vice president; and Colonel Robert G. Storey, later named as liaison between Texas law enforcement and the Warren Commission investigating the assassination of President Kennedy . . .
Fred Farrel Florence ...
Fred Farrel Florence
...Fred Farrel Florence
was born in New York and his
family moved to Rusk in Cherokee County where his
father started a grocery store.Fred Florence rose from janitor to president of an Alto, Texas, state bank, which established a relationship with Guaranty Bank of Dallas that led to his hiring at that firm in the early 1920s.
In 1922 Guaranty received a national charter, took the name Republic National Bank of Dallas.Florence became president of Republic Bank in 1929 and Chairman of the executive board in 1957.Florence
donated the land for the Southwestern Medical Foundation
on Hines Blvd. and the 100 acres campus of the Hockaday School for Girls
north of Dallas off Preston Road.
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The attached picture is of Florence
(on the right) with the prominent Texas and federal banker, Jesse Jones of Houston, Texas.
Bankers Digest Feature12_26_05
Fred Florence, president of Republic National Bank of Dallas, was installed as ABA president.
Texas in the Imagination
Glenn informed Florence that Madeleine was doing very well indeed.
"I explained that when I was a student at Dallas' W.H.Adamson High School
, Mr. Florence
 had initiated a unique introductory program to banking in all the Dallas-area schools.
 Fred Florence was the President of Republic National Bank of Dallas.
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Bond and Stamp" sales.
Furthermore, the War Bond program was not unique to Dallas schools nor invented by Fred Florence