In July 1917, it was announced that the Norwood National Bank, with $100,000 in capital, was to be liquidated and would be succeeded by the Norwood Trust Company. The liquidating committee consisted of C. T. Wheelock and C. A. Rathbone.

The bank has undergone many changes and had many names in the 100+ years since then. It is currently vacant and up for sale.

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