Killboylan Bank; or, Every Man His Own Banker. Being an Account of How Killboylan Characters Concerned Themselves About Co-operative Credit

TitleKillboylan Bank; or, Every Man His Own Banker. Being an Account of How Killboylan Characters Concerned Themselves About Co-operative Credit
Year for Search1896
AuthorsLynch, E[dward] M[elville]
Tertiary AuthorsLynch, E. M.
Date Published1896
PublisherKegan Paul
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsMale author
Annotation

A fictional account of the establishment of an agricultural bank set in an Irish village. There is a brief section at the end describing the positive results of the reform.

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1896 Lynch, E[dward] M[elville]. Killboylan Bank; or, Every Man His Own Banker. Being an Account of How Killboylan Characters Concerned Themselves About Co-operative Credit. London: Kegan Paul. L

A fictional account of the establishment of an agricultural bank set in an Irish village. There is a brief section at the end describing the positive results of the reform.