About ANDERSON BROTHERS BANK
The year was 1933. Across America, the Great Depression was taking its toll on small towns as well as big cities. Mullins, South Carolina, was no exception.
The local economy relied on the tobacco market and farmers who patronized local businesses. There was no local bank, and no “big-city” bank wanted to open a branch in such a small farming community.
The growers faced a real crisis. Without a source of affordable financing, their farms and homes were in jeopardy. Saving the tobacco market was essential to the vitality of Mullins and surrounding areas.
Two brothers, Mr. Ernest Anderson and Mr. Bishop Bonar Anderson, stepped forward. In 1933, they established Anderson Brothers Bank in the back of the Anderson Warehouse in Mullins… Continue reading about ANDERSON BROTHERS BANK here
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