50th Anniversary Photo Gallery Timeline (1960s-2000s)

Welcome to the Nevada State Bank 50th Anniversary Photo Gallery Timeline from 1960s - 2000s!

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Welcome to the Nevada State Bank 50th Anniversary Photo Gallery Timeline!
Starting from 1960s - 2000s
Welcome to the Nevada State Bank 50th Anniversary Photo Gallery Timeline from 1960s - 2000s
Nevada State Bank has changed its brand and logo several times since its founding in 1959, keeping up with changing times.
1960s
The bank building at 91 Main Street in Eureka stands on the site of the town’s first livery stable, established in the 1870s.
1960s
Nevada State Bank's headquarters, which opened in 1959, featured a globe on top of the building at Fourth and Carson Streets in downtown Las Vegas.
1960s
The ribboncutting for the first Nevada State Bank building in January 1960 featured a host of dignitaries, with Mayor Oran Gragson cutting the ribbon.
1960s
The Nevada State Bank mascot in its early years was "Mr. Nevadan," a cowboy in a three-piece suit.
1960s
Nevada State Bank’s headquarters building at Fourth and Carson Streets in Las Vegas, sometime after 1965. It was the only bank branch until 1974.
1960s
Early Nevada State Bank brochure from the 1960s advertising its “modern banking services.”
1960s
This photo from a 1963 bank brochure shows the equipment used to process documents before computers were widely used.
1960s
The 1969 Board of Directors, including President Harley Harmon (standing, in plaid jacket).
1960s
Wing Fong joined the bank’s Board of Directors in 1963, serving for more than four decades. He and his wife Lilly were very active in the southern Nevada community and were major supporters of UNLV.
1960s
The Executive Team in 1969 included “Bus” Smith, President Harley Harmon, Robert Collet, and Richard Carlson. Smith and Carlson later went on to become Nevada State Bank presidents.
1970s
In 1970, Nevada State Bank started a trend with its Photo Check Guarantee Card. It featured a photo of the cardholder and a guarantee to merchants that the customer’s check would be honored.
1970s
The West Sahara branch was the third office of Nevada State Bank when it opened in 1975. It featured a Spanish-style interior and was advertised as the first “all-woman” branch.
1980s
In 1984, Nevada State Bank installed eight automated teller machines, allowing customers to withdraw money from these new “ATMs”. (Note the “N$B” logo on the ATM card.)
1980s
Lena Brass, shown here checking the cash supply in the vault, joined Nevada State Bank as a teller in 1984 and recently celebrated her 25th anniversary. She is now the Branch Service Manager at McCarran Center.
1980s
Since 1985, Nevada State Bank has been a subsidiary of Zions Bancorporation, making its own local decisions, but with the financial backing of one of the West’s strongest banks.
1980s
In a creative new venture, Nevada State Bank began operating full-service branches inside Smith’s grocery stores in 1989. The first in-store office, pictured here, was at Sahara Ave. and Maryland Parkway in Las Vegas.
1990s
The branch in Eureka, Nevada was acquired in 1997 from Wells Fargo. It has been in continuous use as a bank since the late 1930s.
1990s
The safes inside the vault at the Eureka branch illustrate the building’s long history as a bank serving the rural community.
1990s
In 1999, Nevada State Bank merged with Pioneer Citizens Bank, dramatically increasing its presence in the Reno-Sparks-Carson City corridor, as well as expanding its southern Nevada footprint.
1990s
The West Liberty branch in Reno was acquired when Nevada State Bank merged with Pioneer Citizens Bank in 1999.
2000s
Nevada State Bank was the first bank to introduce Remote Deposits technology in 2005.
2000s
The Nevada Quarter, featuring a wild mustang, was first issued in 2006.
2000s
Nevada State Bank was chosen as the official bank of the Nevada Quarter Launch in 2006. Colleagues from all across the state served as volunteers at the ceremony.
2000s
Nevada State Bank President Bill Martin (left) joined “Mark Twain” and Governor Kenny Guinn (right) in welcoming guests to the 2006 Nevada Quarter Launch in Carson City.
2000s
The Anthem Branch in Henderson opened in 2001.
2000s
Nevada State Bank partners with many non-profit organizations throughout the state. Here, employees present a check to help out a Pahrump charity.
2000s
Reno employees show their UNR school spirit.
2000s
Nevada State Bank celebrated the grand opening of its South Carson branch in April 2008 with a mixer attended by members of NNDA. Small Business Managers Jerilyn Johnson (left), the 2009 NNDA president, and Teresa Shouppe joined President Dallas Haun at the event.
2000s
Nevada State Bank partnered with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) several times in the late 2000’s.
2000s
John Vanderploeg, Erica Miller and Stacy Watkins were among many Nevada State Employees wearing pink in 2009 to raise funds for breast cancer research.
2000s
Dallas Haun became president and CEO of Nevada State Bank in 2007.
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