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Alfred Florence

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W.H.Adamson High School

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W.H.Adamson High School

Background Information

Employment History

President

Republic National Bank


Web References(8 Total References)


Texas in the Imagination

www.davesjfk.com [cached]

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 [22] had initiated a unique introductory program to banking in all the Dallas-area schools. [22] Fred Florence was the President of Republic National Bank of Dallas. [23] Brown, 23. Bond and Stamp" sales. Furthermore, the War Bond program was not unique to Dallas schools nor invented by Fred Florence.


James Ling

www.braniffinternational.org [cached]

Among those whose support Ling attracted in Dallas was Fred F. Florence of Republic National Bank.


Bruce Campbell Adamson - Genealogist and Historian

ciajfk.com [cached]

His estate was taken over by Alfred
Baker 29: Neil Mallon quickly set about bringing the conservative titans of Dallas society together in a new local chapter of the non-profit Council on World Affairs....A September 1951 organizing meeting at Mallon's home featured a group...It included Fred Florence, the founder of the Republic National Bank, whose Dallas office tower was a cover repository for CIA-connected ventures....Robert G. Storey, later named as liason between Texas law enforcement and the Warren Commission investigating the assassination of President Kennedy. Fred Florence; Judge Sarah T. Hughes; Mrs. Fred Florence - RNB,GdM


whowhatwhy.org

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 . . .


Dealey Plaza History / Dallas History / The Dallas "Citizens Council" (Part 2)

www.dealey.org [cached]

Fred Florence - Republic National Bank


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