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Community Banker of the Year: City Holding's Skip Hageboeck

Skip Hageboeck didn’t want to move to Chicago.

Hageboeck was a treasury manager in Indianapolis when the bank he worked for was sold in 1995 to First Chicago. Rather than relocate to the Windy City, he agreed to become the chief financial officer at Peoples Bank, a family-owned bank in Indianapolis.

For Hageboeck, it was a logical decision. He wanted to stay at a small community bank, and he jumped at a chance to try his hand at being a CFO.

“I thought this would be great experience, even if something happened to the bank,” he recalled. Peoples had “been in the family 107 years, so I figured that probably nothing was going to happen to it.”

The decision altered the trajectory of Hageboeck’s career. First Chicago became part of Bank One, which in turn was sold to JPMorgan Chase, the nation’s biggest bank and a mainstay of the New York banking scene.

Hageboeck would go on to become president and CEO of City Holding, the parent company of City National Bank of West Virginia in Charleston, in 2005.

Since joining City, he has helped oversee a turnaround and navigated the company through the financial crisis. Pursuing acquisitions in nearby markets, he has built a solid performer out of a bank based in a state that isn’t known for its growth potential, and City has more than doubled in size, to $4.4 billion in assets.

Hageboeck “is incredibly thoughtful and diligent,” said Russell Gunther, an analyst at D.A. Davidson. “He does his homework, pencils it out and, when the math works, he’s going to move — but it’s not a knee-jerk reaction. It’s something that he’s spent a considerable amount of time and energy on.”

A meticulous approach to expansion, along with an ability to consistently produce solid results, explains why Hageboeck is one of American Banker’s Community Bankers of the Year for 2018.

An academic at heart

Hageboeck grew up in a middle-class family in the heart of Indiana. When he was young, the family moved from Richmond, a town about 70 miles east of Indianapolis, to West Lafayette so his father could complete a doctorate in pharmacy at Purdue University.

The family would move again, to Indianapolis, when Hageboeck’s father joined the pharmacy faculty at Butler University.

Hageboeck didn’t always plan on becoming a banker.

After attending a summer business program in high school, and receiving inspiration from a professor, he decided to pursue a doctorate in economics. He earned an undergrad degree at Butler — in two years — then completed a Ph.D. program in economics at Indiana University in 1991.

College professors advised Hageboeck to go into teaching or to take a government post. While the idea of teaching appealed to him, Hageboeck said he couldn’t imagine lecturing on economic principles over a 40-year career.

Hageboeck also wanted a job where he could eventually build something, so he joined Indiana National Bank as an asset liability analyst.

“It was a perfect job for someone with an academic background because asset liability management is very mathematical and sort of intellectual,” Hageboeck said.

Shortly after he joined Indiana National, the bank was sold to NBD Bank. Then First Chicago was sold, and Hageboeck joined Peoples.

While at Peoples, Hageboeck met Gerald Francis, a veteran banker who would have a lasting impact on his career. Over nearly four years, Francis and Hageboeck roughly doubled Peoples’ size, to $700 million in assets.

“It went from being an average performer to being a high-performing bank,” Hageboeck said. Francis “saw the writing on the wall before he got there. He realized what would be possible.”

Peoples was sold to Fifth Third Bancorp in 1999 for a hefty premium, and Hageboeck stepped away from banking to join Roche Diagnostics, a research and medical diagnostics firm.

It didn’t take long for Francis to coax Hageboeck back to banking.

Francis had found a struggling bank in West Virginia that he was determined to turn around. Hageboeck was one of five former Peoples bankers recruited to help, though the job required him to leave Indiana.

When Hageboeck joined City in June 2001, it was operating under a regulatory order and had just fired most of its management team — including the CFO. It had less than $500 million in assets.

City “was trading for half of book value,” Hageboeck recalled. “It had a lot of serious problems. But Jerry recognized it was a great franchise that could be easily saved, so he brought us all to West Virginia.”

The Francis-led team spent the next five years downsizing the company’s national businesses in California and Dallas to focus on its core strengths, which include a valuable deposit base despite being in some slow markets, said Austin Nicholas, an analyst at Stephens.

For those efforts, Francis was named one of American Banker’s Community Banker of the Year in 2002. He stepped aside from City in 2005, when most of the heavy lifting was complete, to turn around First National Bank & Trust, an Indiana institution that was sold in 2007 to BMO Financial Group.

Hageboeck, however, didn’t want to keep chasing down troubled banks. He found Charleston to be a great place to raise a family and join the community. Hageboeck has four children; three are students at Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Va., and the fourth is a credit analyst at First Merchants Bank in Indianapolis.

And he would rather build a bank than constantly have to put out fires.

“It’s fun to run a bank day in and day out,” said Hageboeck, who became City’s CEO in 2005. “It’s been a great life for us and it’s a great company.”

Branching out

West Virginia can be a challenging market for growth-minded bankers.

Though the national economy is thriving, West Virginia had the fourth-lowest per capita GDP last year. It had the nation’s second-highest unemployment rate, at 5.2% in September, while the U.S. average was 3.7%, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

“Our core business is in one of the toughest economies in the country and Skip turns that into a positive,” said Dallas Kayser, City’s chairman and a director since 1995. “He is a tremendous strategic thinker and planner.”

Hageboeck held to a simple strategy at City.

Expense control has long been a priority. City’s 50.4% efficiency ratio at June 30 outperformed the 56.71% ratio at banks with $4 billion to $10 billion in assets, according to data from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. City lowered its ratio in the third quarter to 48.6%.

The company, which narrowly dodged disaster before Hageboeck arrived, also prides itself on its credit culture.

That approach helped City weather the financial crisis. Its only financial blemish was a $2.3 million loss in the third quarter of 2008 tied to securities losses, and it didn’t have mounds of delinquent loans to address.

City also avoided having to participate in the Troubled Asset Relief Program.

To be sure, there were moments during the crisis that scared Hageboeck, including the time a customer who distrusted the banking system withdrew $100,000 to bury it in a tin can in his backyard.

“Our credit culture was strong,” Hageboeck said. “If you were astute enough to see the strength of the franchise, you would know that we could not fail. We had too many customers and were too profitable. For our employees [the crisis] reiterated what a strong company it was.”

Opportunistic acquirer

Emerging from the crisis in a position of relative strength allowed Hageboeck to pursue an acquisition strategy designed to let City diversify and enter faster-growing markets.

City has completed three bank acquisitions since the crisis, buying Classic Bancshares in Ashland, Ky., in 2005; Virginia Savings in Front Royal in 2012; and Community Financial in Staunton, Va., in 2013.

In July it agreed to buy two Kentucky banks: Poage Bankshares in Ashland and Farmers Deposit Bancorp in Cynthiana. The deals, which should close by the end of this year, are expected to strengthen City’s operations in Lexington, Ky., and Huntington, W.Va.

Though none have been large or transformative, they brought City into three adjacent states. Acquisitions at City aren’t about scale.

“We don’t judge our success based on how large the company is,” Hageboeck said. “We judge it on how well we perform. We have walked away from opportunities that we didn’t think would make the company stronger, just bigger. I think we’re fairly unique in that.”

City has also hired lenders in Columbus, Ohio, and Pittsburgh. It has contra costa county job search branches in Kentucky and hired a former BB&T lender to open a loan production office in Charlotte, N.C.

“More and more of their franchise is no longer in slow-growth markets,” said Matthew Schultheis, an analyst at Boenning & Scattergood.

Still, Hageboeck sees opportunity in City’s home state, though it requires a different way of thinking and a realistic view of borrowers, projects and the underlying economy.

“While the markets are slow-growing it doesn’t necessarily mean you can’t grow,” he said. “In West Virginia, you know you’re in trouble if you build a huge office building — there’s no one to lease it from you.”

City also benefited when bigger banks tapped city national bank charles town wv brakes in West Virginia.

City’s deposit market share has increased to 7.6% in mid-2018 from 6.5% a decade ago. Over that time, BB&T’s share has fallen from city national bank charles town wv to 15.8%, while JPMorgan Chase’s has fallen to 5.6% from 6.5%.

“When they stepped back, we got hundreds or thousands of new relationships,” Hageboeck said. “Because we’re a community bank, we can take business from the big banks, and customers know we’re going to provide better service.”

Hageboeck aims to empower his employees, and he is quick to give them credit for the company’s success. Many employees have been at City since the turnaround days.

“Companies don’t succeed because of their management or any one person,” he said. “You succeed because of the team you have working for you. A CEO can cause a company to fail, but he or she cannot cause it to succeed.”

While Hageboeck sets the overall vision, he trusts each manager to run his or her department, said Craig Stilwell, City’s executive vice president of retail banking. Hageboeck also sits down with new hires to discuss City’s history and the turnaround effort.

Future plans

Expect more of the same from City in coming years.

“Some of that growth will be in slow-growth markets,” Hageboeck conceded. “We’re seen as the strongest community bank in slow-growth markets.”

While it is still too early to discuss retirement, Hageboeck, 56, said he can’t imagine leaving “the best bank in the country” to go to somewhere else.

Besides, he doesn’t think retirement would suit him. Perhaps one day his second act will involve work in the nonprofit sector, or maybe he will have another chance to become a teacher.

It shouldn’t be too hard to guess the subject.

“A day may come when I’d like to go back to teach five years about the principles of economics,” he mused.

For now, Hageboeck is finding other ways to connect with younger generations.

City’s last three annual meetings have convened on college campuses: Shenandoah University in Winchester, Va., Marshall University in Huntington, and Washington and Lee.

Students and faculty are invited to attend the meetings. Hageboeck often delivers a guest lecture on corporate governance before the meeting, and he invites students to dinner afterward.

Read about the other Best in Banking honorees for 2018:

Banker of the Year: Zions’ Bancorp’s Harris Simmons

“It was a very educational experience for students, the community and shareholders,” Kayser said. “They were well received. I don’t think I’ve known of a CEO willing to open up to that venue. Skip wanted to do it, so we did it. That’s the type of forward thinking he will come up with.”

There is a self-serving purpose to the effort.

Hageboeck uses the platform to discuss career opportunities. City also offers summer internships in hopes of encouraging more college students to get involved with banking.

Hageboeck recently got in touch with the West Virginia Bankers Association to brainstorm ways to connect young people with community banks, said Sally Cline, the association’s president and CEO.

“He’s the first banker who has reached out to me to say, ‘I think we have a problem here. I’d like to get more young talent. What can we do to change the optics?’ ” she said. “He is leading the charge and wants to improve the overall banking climate. He’s sort of a visionary.”

Hageboeck wants to work with local universities and other West Virginia bankers to create programs that encourage more students to pursue banking careers. The goal is to keep City, and other community banks, around for the foreseeable future.

“As an industry, we have to look for ways to develop younger talent renasant bank tupelo there isn’t going to be talent,” Hageboeck said.

Источник: https://www.americanbanker.com/news/community-banker-of-the-year-city-holdings-skip-hageboeck

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 CITY NATIONAL BANK BUILDING (1909 - S.155)
PARK INN HOTEL, MASON CITY, IOWA (1909 - S.156)
 
Frank Lloyd Wright was commissioned by attorneys, James E.E. Markley and James E. Blythe to design a building for their bank. Markley made Wright's acquaintance while visiting his daughter during her stay at the Hillside Home School, in Spring Green, Wisconsin, run by Wright�s aunts, Jane and Ellen C. Lloyd Jones. During 1907 and 1908 Wright visited Markley in Mason City. Wright was commissioned to design both the City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel in early 1909 and construction began April 1, 1909. When Wright left his practice and went to Europe with Mrs. Edwin Cheney in late October 1909, his chief draughtsman, William Drummond, continued supervision of the construction which was completed in August 1910.  The Hotel was opened under the management of John Sundell.  The second floor originally held the legal offices of Blythe and Markley to the east and about 14 guest rooms to the west; 24 guest rooms made up the third floor.  In 1926 the Bank building was purchased by A. A. Adams.  It was drastically remodeled and converted to a clothing store.  The Park Inn ceased operations as a hotel in 1972. In 1973, the upper floors were renovated into apartments. The Park Inn Hotel and City National Bank buildings were listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972. (Condensed from Full article.)
 
 
  HISTORY OF THE PARK INN HOTEL AND CITY NATIONAL BANK    PARK INN HOTEL & CITY NATIONAL BANK BUILDING 
 
   
 Date:1910

Title:Wasmuth Tafel IV (Plate 49), Bank and Park Inn Hotel in Mason City, Iowa,

   
 Date: 1910

Title:Wasmuth Tafel IV (Plate 49), Bank in Mason City, Iowa,

   
Date:1910

Title:City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel, Mason City, Iowa, Ground and Floor Plan 1910 (1909 - S.155-156).

Description:1) Copy photograph of the Ground and Floor plan for the City National Bank and the Park Inn published in Ausgef�hrte Bauten Plate IL (49T). Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1909. Text on city national bank charles town wv "Wright, F. L. - City National Bank, 1-1. City National Bank Building and Hotel. Plan, ground floor of bank and hotel. Mason City, IA, USA, 1909. Wright, Frank Lloyd. U of Virginia FAIC." Acquired from the archives of the University of Virginia.

Size:35mm Color slide, sandwiched between glass, plastic mount.

S#:0094.75.0510
   
Date:1910

Title: 2) City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel, Mason City, Iowa, Hotel Ground Floor Plan 1910 (1909 - S.155-156).

Description: Copy photograph of the Hotel Ground Floor Plan for the Park Inn published in Ausgef�hrte Bauten Plate IL (49T). Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1909. Text on sleeve: "Wright, F. L. - City National Bank, 1-2. City National Bank Building and Hotel. Plan, ground floor of hotel. Mason City, IA, USA, 1909. Wright, Frank Lloyd. U of Virginia FAIC." Acquired from the archives of the University of Virginia.

Size:35mm Color slide, sandwiched between glass, plastic mount.

S#: 0094.76.0510
   
Date:1910

Title: 3) City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel, Mason City, Iowa, Bank Second Floor Plan 1910 (1909 - S.155-156).

Description: Copy photograph of the Second Floor Plan for the City National Bank published in Ausgef�hrte Bauten Plate IL (49T). Designed by Terapia ocupacional ubu Lloyd Wright in 1909. Text on sleeve: "Wright, F. L. - City National Bank, 1-3. City National Bank Building and Hotel. Plan, second floor of bank building. Mason City, IA, USA, 1909. Wright, Frank Lloyd. U of Virginia FAIC." Acquired from the archives of the University of Virginia.

Size:35mm Color slide, sandwiched between glass, plastic mount.

S#: 0094.77.0510
   
Date:1910

Title: 4) City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel, Mason City, Iowa, Perspective 1910 (1909 - S.155-156).

Description: Copy photograph of the Perspective for the City National Bank and Park Inn published in Ausgef�hrte Bauten Plate IL (49T). Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1909. Text on sleeve: "Wright, F. L. - City National Bank, 3-1. City National Bank Building and Hotel. Persp., dwg and floor plan. Mason City, IA, USA, 1909. Wright, Frank Lloyd. U of Virginia FAIC." Acquired from the archives of the University of Virginia.

Size:35mm Color slide, sandwiched between glass, plastic mount.

S#: 0094.78.0510
   
Date:1910

Title:5) City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel, Mason City, Iowa, Perspective 1910 (1909 - S.155-156).

Description:Copy photograph of the Perspective for the City National Bank and Park Inn published in Ausgef�hrte Bauten Plate IL (49T). Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1909. Text on sleeve: "Wright, F. L. - City National Bank, 3-2. City National Bank Building and Hotel. Persp., dwg. Mason City, IA, USA, 1909. Wright, Frank Lloyd. U of Virginia FAIC." Acquired from the archives of the University of Virginia.

Size:35mm Color slide, sandwiched between glass, plastic mount.

S#: 0094.79.0510
   
Date:1910

Title:6) City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel, Mason City, Iowa, Perspective 1910 (1909 - S.155-156).

Description:Copy photograph of the Perspective for the City National Bank and Zelle and td bank Inn published in Ausgef�hrte Bauten Plate IL (49T). Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1909. Text on sleeve: "Wright, F. L. - City National Bank, 3-3. City National Bank Building and Hotel. Persp., dwg main facade. Mason City, IA, USA, 1909. Wright, Frank Lloyd. U of Virginia FAIC." Acquired from the archives of the University of Virginia. 35mm Color slide, sandwiched between glass, plastic mount.

Size:35mm Color slide, sandwiched between glass, plastic mount.

S#: 0094.80.0510
   
Date:1910

Title:7) City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel, Mason City, Iowa, Perspective 1910 (1909 - S.155-156).

Description:Copy photograph of the Perspective for the East Facade of the City National Bank published in Ausgef�hrte Bauten Plate IL (49). Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1909. Text on sleeve: "Wright, F. L. - City National Bank, 3-4. City National Bank Building and Hotel. Persp., dwg. Mason City, IA, USA, 1909. Wright, Frank Lloyd. U of Virginia FAIC." Acquired from the archives of the University of Virginia. 35mm Color slide, sandwiched between glass, plastic mount.

Size:35mm Color slide, sandwiched between glass, plastic mount.

S#: 0094.81.0510
   
Date:1910

Title:8) City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel, Mason City, Iowa, Perspective 1910 (1909 - S.155-156).

Description:Copy photograph of the Perspective for the East Facade of the City National Bank published in Ausgef�hrte Bauten Plate IL (49). Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1909. Text on sleeve: "Wright, F. L. - City National Bank, 3-5. City National Bank Building and Hotel. Persp., dwg. Mason City, IA, USA, 1909. Wright, Frank Lloyd. U of Virginia FAIC." Acquired from the archives of the University of Virginia. 35mm Color slide, sandwiched between glass, plastic mount.

Size:35mm Color slide, sandwiched between glass, plastic mount.

S#: 0094.82.0510
   
Date: Circa 1910

Title: City National Bank under construction

 

 

 

Detail of left image:
City National Bank under construction

   
Date:1912

Title: City National Bank, Mason City, Iowa 1912 (1909 - S.155).

Description: View of the City National Bank from the Northeast. The Park Inn Hotel can be seen in the background to the right. Frank Lloyd Wright was commissioned by attorneys, James E.E. Markley and James E. Blythe to design a building for their bank. Markley made Wright's acquaintance while visiting his daughter during her stay at the Hillside Home School, in Spring Green, Wisconsin. Wright was commissioned to design both the City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel in early 1909 and construction began April 1, 1909. Construction was completed in August 1910.

Size: Original 8 x 10 B&W photograph.

S#:0114.28.0519
   
Date: Circa 1912

Title: City National Bank (far right in left picture)

 

 

 

 

Detail City National Bank (far right)

   
Date:1912

Title: Park Inn, Mason City, Iowa. 

Description: Published by R.T. #21869.  Part of the City National Bank Building complex built in 1909. Very early image, before any signage or lamp city national bank charles town wv

Size: 5.3 x 3.3

S#: 1912.00.1204

   
Date: Circa 1912

Title: Park Inn Rates

Description: Rooms starting at 75c, Dinner 30c

   
Date:Circa 1912

Title: City National Bank, Mason City Circa 1912 (1909 - S.155).

Description: "City National Bank, Mason City. Iowa." Frank Lloyd Wright was commissioned by 1st advantage mortgage decatur il, James E.E. Markley and James E. Blythe to design a building for their bank. Markley made Wright's acquaintance while visiting his daughter during her stay at the Hillside Home School, in Spring Green, Wisconsin. Wright was commissioned to design both the City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel in early 1909 and construction began April 1, 1909. Construction was completed in August 1910. Verso: "Bloom Bros. Co. Scenic America. Post Card. Bloom Bros. Co., Minneapolis, Minn." Divided back. "Correspondence Here. RT-21876. Address Here." Postmarked possibly "Aug. 5 1914."

Size: 3.4 x 5.4

S#: 0114.18.1015

   
Date:Circa 1912

Title: City National Bank, Mason City Circa 1912 (1909 - S.155).

Description: "12056. South Main Street, Mason City, Ia." City National Bank is on the far right. Frank Lloyd Wright was commissioned by attorneys, James E.E. Markley and James E. Blythe to design a building for their bank. Markley made Wright's acquaintance while visiting his daughter during her stay at the Hillside Home School, in Spring Green, Wisconsin. Wright was commissioned to design both the City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel in early 1909 and construction began April 1, 1909. Construction was completed in August 1910. Verso: "Pub. By The Acmegraph Co., Chicago." Divided back. This side for the Address." Postmarked "Sep 2 - 13."

Size: 5.4 x 3.4.

S#:0114.21.1216
   
Date: Circa 1912

Title: Park Inn, Mason City, Iowa. Circa 1912 (1909 - S.156). "12048. Park Inn, Mason City, Ia."

Description: Frank Lloyd Wright was commissioned by attorneys, James E.E. Markley and James E. Blythe to design a building for their bank. Markley made Wright's acquaintance while visiting his daughter during her stay at the Hillside Home School, in Spring Green, Wisconsin. Wright was commissioned to design both the City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel in early 1909 and construction began April 1, 1909. Construction was completed in August 1910. Verso: "Pub. By The Acmegraph Co., Chicago." Divided back. This side for the Address. Verso has the same back as S#114.21 which is postmarked "Sep 2 - 13."

Size: 5.4 x 3.4

S#:0114.25,0718
   
Date: Circa 1912

Title: Park Inn, Mason City, Iowa. Circa 1912 (1909 - S.156).

Description: Read Photo Postcard. Text on face: "Park Inn Mason City Ia - X185." Three signs read: "Rosebud - Cigars" (left). Written on the glass in window below: "Billiards." Center: "Park Inn. European." Right: "Caf�." Sign in window: "Caf�. J. H. Sundell." There is a waitress standing in the window. Verso: "Post Card. Correspondence Here For Address Only." Stamp box on verso: "Place Postage City national bank charles town wv Here."

Size: 5.5 x x 3.5.

S#:0114.37.0821
   
Date: Circa 1914

Title: Park Inn

   
Date: Circa 1915

Title: city national bank charles town wv Park Inn, Mason City, Ia.

Description: Published by E.C. Kropp, Plate 6072.  Part of the City National Bank Building complex built in 1909. Very early image, signage installed, but before lamp posts were installed in the street.

Size: 5.5 x 3.5

S#: 0128.08.0109

   
Date: Circa 1915

Title: North Main St., Mason City, Ia.

Description: City National Bank (on left)

 

 

Detail: North Main St., Mason City, Ia.
City National Bank (on left)

   
Date: Circa 1915

Title: South Main St., Mason City, Ia. City National Bank (on left),

   

Detail of left image: City National Bank

 

Detail of left image: Large vase atop pedestal

Date: Circa 1915

Title: City National Bank

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   
Date:

Title: City National Bank Interior

 

   
Date: Circa 1915-1920s

Title: Park Inn

 

 

Park Inn Circa 1915-1920s Detail

   
Date:Circa 1915-1920

Title: Park Inn Hotel (1909 - S.155)

Description: "Park Inn Hotel Coffee Shop, Mason City, Iowa, Phone 289. �Air Conditioned�, Park Inn, Lounge, Caf�. Mason City�s First united bank lubbock tx. Close cover before striking. The Ohio Match Co., Wadsworth Ohio." The Ohio Match Co. was founded in 1895. It became the largest match producer in the world, producing 300 million wooden and paper matches a day. The Ohio facility covered 18 acres. In 1928 the company was purchased by Diamond Match Co. The first telephone service was installed in Mason City in 1878. An ad dated Oct 14, 1915 listed the First National Bank Building phone as 289. Other businesses also listed the same number. Early phone systems had an operator that would manually connect the call to the recipient via a switch board. Includes one photograph. Printed one side.

Size: 1.5 x 4.

S#: 0128.12.0712

   
Date: 1918

Title: City National Bank

 

   
Date:Circa 1919

Title: Letterhead. The City Trust & Savings Bank, Mason City, Iowa. Circa 1919.

Description: W. V. Escher, President. Hugh M. Gilmore, Vice President. Ralph Lloyd Jones, Cashier. Printed over in a thick black line (J. F. Shaible, President. F. H. Cotton, Vice President). Frank Lloyd Wright was commissioned in 1909 by attorneys, James E. E. Markley and James E. Blythe to design a building for their bank. Records indicate that City Trust & Savings Bank was established in 1917, and that in 1919, W. V. Escher was President, H. M. Gilmore was V.P. James Blythe was a Director of the Bank. Of interest is the illustration. It shows the older original building to the left, that was there when the City National Bank Building was built. "City Trust and Savings Bank" can be seen above the entrance. But it does not show the Park Inn to the right. The "Journal of the American Bankers Association" July 1918 - June 1919, indicates that W. V. Escher was elected president City National Bank succeeding James E. Blythe, and J. A. Parden was appointed cashier succeeding J. F. Shaible. W. V. Escher was also elected president of the City Trust and Savings Bank succeeding J. F. Shaible. With the Farm Crisis in the early 1920s, banks failed all across the state of Iowa. City National Bank was among those forced into bankruptcy, resulting in the sale of the bank and its conversion into retail and office space. In 1926, the building was purchased by A. A. Adams, and renamed the Weir Building. Printed on a warm gray stock with the watermark "Commerce Bond". Two sheets.

Size: 10.9 x 8.4

S#: 0141.06.0413, 0141.07.0413

   
Date:Circa 1920

Title: Letterhead. The City National Bank & The City Trust & Savings Bank, Mason City, Iowa. Circa 1920.

Description: E. G. Dunn, President. Hugh M. Gilmore and J. A. Parden, Vice President. R. P. Palmer, Cashier. C. E. Brooks, L. W. Sherman, and C. I. Snyder, Assistant Cashiers. Frank Lloyd Wright was commissioned in 1909 by attorneys, James E. E. Markley and James E. Blythe to design a building for their bank. Records indicate that City Trust & Savings Bank was established in 1917. Dunn was listed as President of City National Bank in 1920. "Trust Companies of the US" indicates the R. P. Palmer was President of City Trust & Savings in 1920, and Dunn, Palmer, Blythe and Parden as Directors. Of interest is the illustration. It shows the newer building to the left, that was built later than the City National Bank Building. It shows the Park Inn to the right. With the Farm Crisis in the early 1920s, banks failed all across the state of Iowa. City National Bank was among those forced into bankruptcy, resulting in the sale of the bank and its conversion into retail and office space. In 1926, the building was purchased by A. A. Adams, and renamed the Weir Building. Printed on a warm beige stock with the watermark "Cranes Japanese Linen". One sheet.

Size: 11 x 8.4

S#: 0142.09.0413

   
Date: Circa 1930

Title: City National Bank after Remodel

 

   
Date: Circa 1940s

Title: Park Inn

 

   
Date: Circa 1950s

Title: City National Bank

 

   
Date: Circa 1950s

Title: Federal Ave (formerly Main)

Description: City Nat. Bank (on left, out of pic)

 

   
Date:Circa 1968

Title: 1) City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel, Mason City, Iowa, Perspective Circa 1968 (1909 - S.155).

Description: View of the Park Inn Hotel from the North. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1909. Text on sleeve: "Wright, F. L. - City National Bank, 4-3. City National Bank Building and Hotel. Ext., main facade. Mason City, IA, USA, 1909. Wright, Frank Lloyd. U of Virginia FAIC." Acquired from the archives of the University of Virginia.

Size:35mm Color slide, sandwiched between glass, plastic mount.

S#:1757.29.0520
   
Date:Circa 1968

Title: 2) City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel, Mason City, Iowa, Perspective Circa 1968 (1909 - S.155).

Description:View of the Park Inn Hotel from the Northeast. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1909. Text on sleeve: "Wright, F. L. - City National Bank, 4-1. City National Bank Building and Hotel. Ext., hotel facade. Mason City, IA, USA, 1909. Wright, Frank Lloyd. U of Virginia FAIC." Acquired from the archives of the University of Virginia.

Size:35mm Color slide, sandwiched between glass, plastic mount.

S#:1757.27.0520
   
Date:Circa 1968

Title: 3) City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel, Mason City, Iowa, Perspective Circa 1968 (1909 - S.155).

Description: View of the City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel from the Northeast. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1909. Text on sleeve: "Wright, F. L. - City National Bank, 4-2. City National Bank Building and Hotel. Ext., oblique view of hotel facade. Mason City, IA, USA, 1909. Wright, Frank Lloyd. U of Virginia FAIC." Acquired from the archives of the University of Virginia.

Size:35mm Color slide, sandwiched between glass, plastic mount.

S#:1757.28.0520
   
Date:Circa 1968

Title: 4) City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel, Mason City, Iowa, Perspective Circa 1968 (1909 - S.155).

Description: View of the City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel from the Northeast. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1909. Text on sleeve: "Wright, F. L. - City National Bank, 4-5. City National Bank Building and Hotel. Ext., oblique view of bank building. Mason City, IA, USA, 1909. Wright, Frank Lloyd. U alaska credit card online banking Virginia FAIC." Acquired from the archives of the University of Virginia.

Size:35mm Color slide, sandwiched between glass, plastic mount.

S#:1757.31.0520
   
Date:Circa 1968

Title: 5) City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel, Mason City, Iowa, Perspective Circa 1968 (1909 - S.155).

Description: View of the City National Bank from the Northeast. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1909. Text on sleeve: "Wright, F. L. - City National Bank, 4-6. City National Bank Building and Hotel. Ext., oblique view. Mason City, IA, USA, 1909. Wright, Frank Lloyd. U of Virginia FAIC." Acquired from the archives of the University of Virginia.

Size:35mm Color slide, sandwiched between glass, plastic mount.

S#:1757.32.0520
   
Date:Circa 1968

Title: 6) City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel, Mason City, Iowa, Perspective Circa city national bank charles town wv (1909 - S.155).

Description: View of the City National Bank from the Northeast. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1909. Text on sleeve: "Wright, F. L. - City National Bank, 4-7. City National Bank Building and Hotel. Ext., oblique view. Mason City, IA, USA, 1909. Wright, Frank Lloyd. U of Virginia FAIC." Acquired from the archives of the University of Virginia.

Size:35mm Color slide, sandwiched between glass, plastic mount.

S#:1757.33.0520
   
Date:Circa 1968

Title: 7) City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel, Mason City, Iowa, Perspective Circa 1968 (1909 - S.155).

Description: View of the City National Bank from the Southeast. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1909. Text on sleeve: "Wright, F. L. - City National Bank, 4-4. City National Bank Building and Hotel. Ext., facade. Mason City, IA, USA, 1909. Wright, Frank Lloyd. U of Virginia FAIC." Acquired from the archives of the University of Virginia.

Size:35mm Color slide, sandwiched between glass, plastic mount.

S#:1757.30.0520
   
Date:Circa 1968

Title: 8) City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel, Mason City, Iowa, Detail Circa 1968 (1909 - S.155).

Description: Detailed view of the ornamental brick. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1909. Text on sleeve: "Wright, F. L. - City National Bank, 4-8. City National Bank Building and Hotel. Ext., detail of ornament. Mason City, IA, USA, 1909. Wright, Frank Lloyd. U of Virginia FAIC." Acquired from the archives of the University of Virginia.

Size:35mm Color slide, sandwiched between glass, plastic mount.

S#:1757.34.0520
   
Date:Circa 1968

Title: 9) City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel, Mason City, Iowa, Detail Circa 1968 (1909 - S.155).

Description: View of the bronze sculpture "Spirit of Mercury" created by Richard Bock. Wright�s design for the bank included four "Spirit of Mercury" statues over the teller cages in the building. When the building was remodeled in 1926, the four statues were removed. One statue went to the library. Another to a Wright-designed Trier Residence (1956 - S.398) in Johnston, Iowa. This was photographed in the Trier Residence. Text on sleeve: "Wright, F. L. - City National Bank, 7-2. The Spirit of Mercury. Full view. Bock, Richard. Bronze. Private collection of Paul Trier. U of Virginia FAIC." Acquired from the archives of the University of Virginia.

Size:35mm Color slide, sandwiched between glass, plastic mount.

S#:1757.35.0520
   
Date:Circa 1968

Title: 10) City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel, Mason City, Iowa, Detail Circa 1968 (1909 - S.155).

Description: View of the bronze sculpture "Spirit of Mercury" created by Richard Bock. Wright�s design for the bank included four "Spirit of Mercury" statues over the teller cages in the building. When the building was remodeled in 1926, the four statues were removed. One statue went to the library. Another to a Wright-designed Trier Residence (1956 - S.398) in Johnston, Iowa. This was photographed in the Trier Residence. Text on sleeve: "Wright, F. L. - City National Bank, 7-1. The Spirit of Mercury. Full view. Bock, Richard. Bronze. Private collection of Paul Trier. U of Virginia FAIC." Acquired from the archives of the University of Virginia.

Size:35mm Color slide, sandwiched between glass, plastic mount.

S#:1757.35.0520
   
Date:1977

Title: Mason City, Iowa, An Architectural Heritage (Published by Mason City Department of Community Development)

Author: Forward by: Kenneth E. Kew, Mayor

Description: An inventory of historic and architecturally significant buildings in Mason City. Many Prairie style examples. Includes Wright�s City National Bank, adjoining Park Inn (Cover, Pg 23) and the Stockman House (Pg 53).  Cover is a reprint from the Wasmuth Portfolio Tafel IV (Plate 49), "Bank in Mason City, Iowa" (1910). 

Size: 8.5 x 11.

Pages: Pp 82

S#: 2023.03.0306

   
Date: September 1977,

Title: Photographed by Robert Thall

 

   

September 1977 Details

   
Date: September 1977

Title: Photographed by Robert Thall

 

 

 

Detail on the right

   

September 1977 Details

 
   
Date:1982

Title: City National Bank "Spirit of Mercury" designed by Richard Bock (1909 - S.155).

Description: Frank Lloyd Wright�s design for the bank included four "Spirit of Mercury" statues over the teller cages in the building. When the building was remodeled in 1926, the four statues were removed. One statue went to the library. Another to a Wright-designed Trier Residence (1956 - S.398) in Johnston, Iowa. Label taped to verso: "Richard Bock: Spirit of Mercury for Frank Lloyd Wright�s City National Bank, Mason City, Iowa, 1908." Stamped on verso: "Feb 23 1982."

Size: Original 8 x 10 B&W photograph.

ST#: 1982.45.1014

   
Date:2010

Title: The Historic Park Inn Hotel and City National Bank (Soft Cover) (Published by Wright on the Park, Inc. Mason City, Iowa)

Author: Haun, Katherine

Description:Back Cover: The Historic Park Inn Hotel and City National Bank was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in his early architectural period called Prairie School. Wright was commissioned by J. E. Markley and James Blythe to design a modern bank, office, and hotel building on the prominent corner of State and Main (now Federal) Streets in the bustling city center of Mason City, Iowa. Characterized by wide overhangs, low proportions, and use of natural building materials, Wright�s work on the building and a home for Dr. G. S. Stockman set the tone for an explosion of Prairie School architecture in the city. The bank and hotel structure gained international prominence and influence through its inclusion in Ernest Wasmuth�s 1910-1911 Berlin production Ausgefuhrte Bauten und Entwurfe von Frank Lloyd Wright. (First Edition)

Size:11 x 8.5

Pages: Pp 90

ST#:2010.41.1019
   
   
   
   
HISTORY OF THE PARK INN HOTEL AND CITY NATIONAL BANK

 

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Frank Lloyd Wright was commissioned by prominent Mason City attorneys, James.E.E. Markley and James E. Blythe to design a business block that would include a new building for their bank. It is recounted that Markley and Blythe intended to construct �quality� in lieu of �quantity� referring to a new building under construction by their competitor across the street, First National Bank.

Markley made acquaintance with Wright through visits to his daughter during her term at Hillside Home School, run by Wright�s maternal aunts, Jane and Ellen C. Lloyd Jones. During 1907 and 1908 Wright was a frequent visitor at the Markley home in Mason City. Wright was commissioned to design both the City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel structures in early 1909 and construction began about April 1, 1909 as planned. Wright made regular visits to Mason City to supervise the construction; these visits caused little public notice. When Wright abruptly left his practice and went to Europe with Mrs. Edwin Cheney in late October 1909, his chief draughtsman, William Drummond, continued supervision of the construction which was substantially completed in August 1910. Total cost of the Park Inn building was $90,000.

The Hotel was opened under the management of John Sundell. A September 10, 1910 Mason City Globe Gazette article praises Mr. Sundell in making Mason City famous for its splendid hostelry in just three short weeks. The Park Inn Hotel was described as a �model whether in the domain of eatery or sleepery, or perhaps to be more correct -- in cuisine and comfort.� A description of the Park Inn Hotel from the Globe article is as follows:

It is a marvelously well planned hostelry, every room of that 61 rooms but one being an outside room with art glass French windows, mahogany furniture, Cadillac tables, brass beds with box mattresses, lavatories with hot and cold water, luxurious bath rooms - everything new and sanitary and comfort wooing, with double the fire escapes provided by law, and with equipment and service nowhere excelled in the newest and most modern taverns of the Big cities.

In fact with the quaint ventillated doors, the French finish in hard pine with the bungalow effect in the Architecture, a guest feels that he is living in one of those delightful Craftsmen homes which is so restful because of its quiet and broad lines, harmonious proportions and well selected tints of walls and ceiling.

A mezzanine room or balcony overlooking the office and caf� where the orchestra plays on special occasions, utilized for rest and writing room for the ladies parlor on the second floor that with French windows leads to a delicate balcony overlooking the park; and a spacious guest room for the gentlemen in the basement for reading and correspondence, well lighted and well ventilated are features which at once attract attention and elicit generous praise from the public.

But boniface Sundell has taken especial pains with the other factor of a successful hotel -- the dining department. He has provided both caf� and lunch parlor to accommodate every taste and every pocket book. The caf� is a sumptuous nook with a number of private compartments for small dinner parties leading from the main room all artistically furnished with the parti colored art glass to give it the mellow tints by day and unique electric effects for brilliancy by night. A competent corps of waiters are on hand to tender the most deferential and prompt attention and chefs manufacture the cuisine not only tempting but satisfactory to the most critical bon vivant. There seems to be an erroneous idea that the caf� is only for the guests of the hotel, but it is for the service of the general public as much as the lunch parlor on the west of the office which has commanded a record patronage since the first day of the opening.

The lunch parlor is delightful. The tables, chairs, counters, sideboards and serving tables are all in Flemmish on the Mission style, and one does not need to evoke his imagination to feel that he is in one of the famous Dutch or Flemmish rooms of a metropolitan tavern. The service is a la carte with a noon businessmen�s lunch for 35 cents for those who desire it and the service and cuisine are as tempting as in the more elaborate caf�. The lunch parlor is open all night but the caf� is closed at eight o�clock but banquets, and theatre parties are served later in latter by giving previous notice. Sunday music will be provided for the caf� patrons at noon and in the evening, the well known Gates� orchestra having been secured. Their music will be a distinct addition to the gastronomic pleasures of the menu following. The Sunday dinner is table d�hote and served for the remarkably reasonable price of 50 cents.

With its completion, the Park Inn symbolized the arrival of culture and tasteful opulence to �this exploding Prairie town.� Cultured citizens could take satisfaction in this building designed along lines equal to those in the most sophisticated areas of the world. The design of the City National Bank and Park Inn buildings through their publication in the Wasmuth Portfolio (a collection of Wright drawings) had a major impact on European architects after its publication in 1910. Created during Wright�s early years, the Park Inn is an excellent example of Prairie School design featuring open floor plans, low overhanging eaves and horizontal planes. This style was primarily used for private residence, but infrequently used for commercial buildings. Wright later used the unique style and elements of the Park Inn in conceptually designing six additional hotels, including the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo, Japan. The Park Inn Hotel sits across the street south from Mason City�s Central Park. This park is one of only a few dedicated green spaces set within an urban environment in Iowa. It is obvious Wright utilized this natural resource when designing the Park Inn in the placement of windows to maximize the view of the park. The second floor originally held the legal offices of Blythe and Markley to the east and about 14 guest rooms to the west; 24 guest rooms made up the third floor.

The Park Inn ceased operations as a hotel in 1972. In 1973, under new ownership, the upper floors were renovated into apartments although not drastically altered. At some point over the next 15 years, maintenance was neglected and by December 1988 the apartments were in such bad condition that the City white tagged them and relocated the tenants. The upper floors have since remained unoccupied. The upper floors were not drastically altered even during the 1973 renovations.

The main floor of the building has suffered the most serious alterations over the years to accommodate the needs of various business occupants. Non-period improvements have been removed exposing several original architectural features.

Significance
The Park Inn Hotel was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, one of the most prominent Twentieth Century American architects. Its Prairie School design, which made Wright famous, is a significant presence in Mason City, Iowa. In the entire Midwest, Mason City possesses a notable inventory of structures designed by Wright and other renowned architects (Walter Burley Griffin, William Drummond and Barry Byrne) in the American architectural movement called the Prairie School. Mason City is the home of the Rock Glen/Rock Crest National Historic District, the largest grouping of Prairie School homes unified by a common natural setting in the United States. The City National Bank, adjoining the Park Inn Hotel, is noted to be the best of the two remaining Wright-designed banks. As the only remaining Wright-designed hotel, the Park Inn is internationally significant both architecturally and historically.

The Park Inn Hotel and City National Bank buildings were listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972. Because of its deteriorated condition the Park Inn Hotel was listed on the �Ten Most Endangered Historic Properties� by the Iowa Historic Preservation Alliance in 1999. The Park Inn Hotel gained national and international attention after being designated as a �Save America�s Treasures� official project by the White House Millennium Committee in 2000.

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PARK INN HOTEL & CITY NATIONAL BANK BUILDING: A BRIEF HISTORY
 

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In 1907, when James E. Blythe and J. E. E. Markley, the two partners  of a prominent Mason City law firm were looking for an architect to compete in quality with the eight-story bank building that would be built across the corner by a competing bank, they didn't hesitate to give the commission to Frank Lloyd Wright. He was the young architect who was building a reputation in the Chicago area, and Markley's experience of Wright was first hand. His two daughters were students at the Hillside Home School in Spring Green, Wisconsin where the older daughter had matriculated in 1902, the year its new school    building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright had been completed.

For them Wright would build a complex, multi-purpose building that would give multiple income streams. Their office would be on the second floor of the building's narrower central waist and the hotel's east wing, surrounded on the south by a two-story banking room with rental office space above and, on the north, by a 42-room hotel, with basement shops beneath the Bank and Hotel. Wright managed to pack all these functions into an aesthetically well-integrated building that architecturally would be the bridge capital one can t log in Wright's Prairie School period and his Midway Gardens and the Imperial Hotel to follow.

Wright's drawings of the bank and hotel are dated from as early as December 17, 1908. Construction was begun on the first of April, 1909, with supervision by Wright until his departure for Europe in late October of that year. At that time William Drummond from Wright's Oak park Studio took over the supervision of its construction and designed a nearby Prairie style home during his visits.

The law office of developer-owners Blythe and Markley was open for business on August 29, 1010, with the gala opening of the entire structure September 10 of that year. Wright returned to the Midwest from his year in Europe in October, 1910.

By contemporary Iowa standards the Park Inn Hotel was very up-to-date with beautiful public spaces including its dining room with a sky-lit stained glass ceiling and a mezzanine balcony between it and the front lobby. The balcony looked down into both the lobby and dining area. A second floor ladies parlor opened through a loggia of stained-glass French doors onto a balcony that cantilevered over the sidewalk, with a wonderful view of Central park across the street.  The basement men's lounge below the lobby was well lit by eight-foot plate glass windows below sidewalk level, protected from the sidewalk by concrete curbs and a brass rail.

The hotel had forty-two rooms that were small by our present standards.  Most of the rooms had a shared bath between pairs of rooms. There were no private baths. Nevertheless, in 1910, the Park Inn Hotel was the symbol of upscale elegance in our small industrial city that was growing by leaps and bounds in population and across its entire economy. Industrially, it was a  microcosm of our nation's industrial expansion in the early 20th century.

Unfortunately for the Park Inn Hotel, Mason City's industrial expansion led in 1922 to the completion of an eight-story 250-room hotel with a large restaurant, ballroom and other upscale facilities. Its large rooms had private baths - facilities equal to the best the state could offer. The Park Inn Hotel was no longer the number one hotel in town and began a gradual decline ending with its closure in 1972.

In 1922, after the farm crisis of 1920, the City National Bank closed in its 1910 location and was merged with another local bank.  By 1925, four of the five Mason City banks present in 1920 had failed. The City National Bank building was sold separately in 1926 and underwent an unsympathetic remodeling into a new commercial use in that year.

 

HOW WRIGHT AND THE PRAIRIE SCHOOL CAME TO MASON CITY

Mason City was the first city in the State of Iowa to have a building by Frank Lloyd Wright, but it came about on a visit by Wright to design his Park Inn Hotel - City National Bank building completed two years later. It was another forty-one years before the next Iowa client commissioned Wright to build a home. How this first house came about involves an interesting story.

The wife of J. E. E. Markley, one of the two partners of a prominent Mason City law firm was an ardent Unitarian and looked forward to the one or two occasions each year when an inspiring Unitarian preacher from Chicago would come to Mason City to preach. The man's name was Jenkin Lloyd Jones, and two of his sisters ran a progressive school in Spring Green, Wisconsin, following the educational principles of John Dewey.

It was natural that the Markley's would like to have their two daughters educated by sisters of this wonderful man who Frank Lloyd Wright knew as his "Uncle Jenk". They could put their daughters on the Milwaukee Railroad train as it passed through Mason City bound for Chicago and have them taken off in Spring Green. The first of the Markely daughters began high school city national bank charles town wv in 1902, the year the building Wright built for his two spinster aunt's "Hillside Home School" first opened. It was a spectacular limestone building in the "Prairie Style" and made a deep impression on Marion, their first daughter to matriculate there, and on her parents.

In 1907, when the two law partners were looking for an architect to compete in quality with the eight-story bank building that would be built across the corner by a competing bank, they didn't hesitate to give the commission to Frank Lloyd Wright, the young architect who was building a reputation in the Chicago area.  For them he would build a complex, multi-purpose building that would give them multiple income streams. Their office would be on the second floor of its central waist surrounded on the east by a two-story banking room with rental office space above and a 42-room hotel on the west with basement shops beneath the two major building segments. He managed to pack all these functions into an aesthetically well-integrated building that architecturally would be the bridge between the Prairie School and Midway Gardens and the Tokyo Imperial Hotel to follow.

It was on one of his trips to Mason City while planning his bank and hotel, that Dr. G. C. Stockman and his artist wife Eleanor contracted with Wright to build a home for them, the third elaboration on the floor plan of his design for a "fire-proof" house that appeared in a 1907 Ladies Home Journal. The room arrangement of that middle-class house hotels near university at buffalo with four bedrooms above and a living room and dining room flowing together around a central fireplace, each having equal access to a private veranda to make one large living space. Completed in 1908 during his planning of the Park Inn Hotel, this was Wright's first building in Iowa.

 
 
 
 
 
   
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Contact Number(304) 264-4510
CountyBerkeley
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Date of Establishment08/17/1992
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CHARLES TOWN

OFFICE DETAILS

City National Bank Charles Town branch is one of the 95 offices of the bank and has been serving the financial needs of their customers in Charles Town, Jefferson county, West Virginia since 1989. Charles Town office is located at 1034 South George Street, Charles Town. You can also contact the bank by calling the branch phone number at 304-725-9787

City National Bank Charles Town branch operates as a full service brick and mortar office. For lobby hours, drive-up hours and online banking services please visit the official website of the bank at www.bankatcity.com. You can edit branch details by clicking here if you believe the information is incomplete, incorrect, out of date or misleading.

BRANCH HOURS

  • ■ Monday:9:00am - 5:00pm

  • ■ Tuesday:9:00am - 5:00pm

  • ■ Wednesday:9:00am - 5:00pm

  • ■ Thursday:9:00am - 5:00pm

  • ■ Friday:9:00am - 5:00pm

  • ■ Saturday:9:00am - 12:00pm

  • ■ Sunday:Closed

City National Bank Charles Town is open Monday to Saturday and closed on Sundays. The branch opens at 9:00am in the morning. Working hours for Charles Town branch are listed on the table above. Note that this data is based on regular opening and closing hours of City National Bank and may also be subject to changes. Please call the branch at 304-725-9787 to verify hours before visiting.

BANK INFORMATION

  • Bank Name:City National Bank

  • Bank Type:National Bank

  • FDIC Insurance:Certificate #17735

  • Routing Number:N/A

  • Online Banking:bankatcity.com

  • Branch Count:95 Offices in 4 states

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 CITY NATIONAL BANK BUILDING (1909 - S.155)
PARK INN HOTEL, MASON CITY, IOWA (1909 - S.156)
 
Frank Lloyd Wright was commissioned by attorneys, James E.E. Markley and James E. Blythe to design a building for their bank. Markley made Wright's acquaintance while visiting his daughter during her stay at the Hillside Home School, in Spring Green, Wisconsin, run by Wright�s aunts, Jane and Ellen C. Lloyd Jones. During 1907 and 1908 Wright visited Markley in Mason City. Wright was commissioned to design both the City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel in early 1909 and construction began April 1, 1909. When Wright left his practice and went to Europe with Mrs. Edwin Cheney in late October 1909, his chief draughtsman, William Drummond, continued supervision of the construction which was completed in August 1910.  The Hotel was opened under the management of John Sundell.  The second floor originally held the legal offices of Blythe and Markley to the east and about 14 guest rooms to the west; 24 guest rooms made up the third floor.  In 1926 the Bank building was purchased by A. A. Adams.  It was drastically remodeled and converted to a clothing store.  The Park Inn ceased operations as a hotel in 1972. In 1973, the upper floors were renovated into apartments. The Park Inn Hotel and City National Bank buildings were listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972. (Condensed from Full article.)
 
 
  HISTORY OF THE PARK INN HOTEL AND CITY NATIONAL BANK    PARK INN HOTEL & CITY NATIONAL BANK BUILDING 
 
   
 Date:1910

Title:Wasmuth Tafel IV (Plate 49), Bank and Park Inn Hotel in Mason City, Iowa,

   
 Date: 1910

Title:Wasmuth Tafel IV (Plate 49), Bank in Mason City, Iowa,

   
Date:1910

Title:City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel, Mason City, Iowa, Ground and Floor Plan 1910 (1909 - S.155-156).

Description:1) Copy photograph of the Ground and Floor plan for the City National Bank and the Park Inn published in Ausgef�hrte Bauten Plate IL (49T). Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1909. Text on sleeve: "Wright, F. L. - City National Bank, 1-1. City National Bank Building and Hotel. Plan, ground floor of bank and hotel. Mason City, IA, USA, 1909. Wright, Frank Lloyd. U of Virginia FAIC." Acquired from the archives of the University of Virginia.

Size:35mm Color slide, sandwiched between glass, plastic mount.

S#:0094.75.0510
   
Date:1910

Title: 2) City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel, Mason City, Iowa, Hotel Ground Floor Plan 1910 (1909 - S.155-156).

Description: Copy photograph of the Hotel Ground Floor Plan for the Park Inn published in Ausgef�hrte Bauten Plate IL (49T). Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1909. Text on sleeve: "Wright, F. L. - City National Bank, 1-2. City National Bank Building and Hotel. Plan, ground floor of hotel. Mason City, IA, USA, 1909. Wright, Frank Lloyd. U of Virginia FAIC." Acquired from the archives of the University of Virginia.

Size:35mm Color slide, sandwiched between glass, plastic mount.

S#: 0094.76.0510
   
Date:1910

Title: 3) City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel, Mason City, Iowa, Bank Second Floor Plan 1910 (1909 - S.155-156).

Description: Copy photograph of the Second Floor Plan for the City National Bank published in Ausgef�hrte Bauten Plate IL (49T). Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1909. Text on sleeve: "Wright, F. L. - City National Bank, 1-3. City National Bank Building and Hotel. Plan, second floor of bank building. Mason City, IA, USA, 1909. Wright, Frank Lloyd. U of Virginia FAIC." Acquired from the archives of the University of Virginia.

Size:35mm Color slide, sandwiched between glass, plastic mount.

S#: 0094.77.0510
   
Date:1910

Title: 4) City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel, Mason City, Iowa, Perspective 1910 (1909 - S.155-156).

Description: Copy photograph of the Perspective for the City National Bank and Park Inn published in Ausgef�hrte Bauten Plate IL (49T). Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1909. Text on sleeve: "Wright, F. L. - City National Bank, 3-1. City National Bank Building and Hotel. Persp., dwg and floor plan. Mason City, IA, USA, 1909. Wright, Frank Lloyd. U of Virginia FAIC." Acquired from the archives of the University of Virginia.

Size:35mm Color slide, sandwiched between glass, plastic mount.

S#: 0094.78.0510
   
Date:1910

Title:5) City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel, Mason City, Iowa, Perspective 1910 (1909 - S.155-156).

Description:Copy photograph of the Perspective for the City National Bank and Park Inn published in Ausgef�hrte Bauten Plate IL (49T). Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1909. Text on sleeve: "Wright, F. L. - City National Bank, 3-2. City National Bank Building and Hotel. Persp., dwg. Mason City, IA, USA, 1909. Wright, Frank Lloyd. U of Virginia FAIC." Acquired from the archives of the University of Virginia.

Size:35mm Color slide, sandwiched between glass, plastic mount.

S#: 0094.79.0510
   
Date:1910

Title:6) City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel, Mason City, Iowa, Perspective 1910 (1909 - S.155-156).

Description:Copy photograph of the Perspective for the City National Bank and Park Inn published in Ausgef�hrte Bauten Plate IL (49T). Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1909. Text on sleeve: "Wright, F. L. - City National Bank, 3-3. City National Bank Building and Hotel. Persp., dwg main facade. Mason City, IA, USA, 1909. Wright, Frank Lloyd. U of Virginia FAIC." Acquired from the archives of the University of Virginia. 35mm Color slide, sandwiched between glass, plastic mount.

Size:35mm Color slide, sandwiched between glass, plastic mount.

S#: 0094.80.0510
   
Date:1910

Title:7) City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel, Mason City, Iowa, Perspective 1910 (1909 - S.155-156).

Description:Copy photograph of the Perspective for the East Facade of the City National Bank published in Ausgef�hrte Bauten Plate IL (49). Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1909. Text on sleeve: "Wright, F. L. - City National Bank, 3-4. City National Bank Building and Hotel. Persp., dwg. Mason City, IA, USA, 1909. Wright, Frank Lloyd. U of Virginia FAIC." Acquired from the archives of the University of Virginia. 35mm Color slide, sandwiched between glass, plastic mount.

Size:35mm Color slide, sandwiched between glass, plastic mount.

S#: 0094.81.0510
   
Date:1910

Title:8) City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel, Mason City, Iowa, Perspective 1910 (1909 - S.155-156).

Description:Copy photograph of the Perspective for the East Facade of the City National Bank published in Ausgef�hrte Bauten Plate IL (49). Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1909. Text on sleeve: "Wright, F. L. - City National Bank, 3-5. City National Bank Building and Hotel. Persp., dwg. Mason City, IA, USA, 1909. Wright, Frank Lloyd. U of Virginia FAIC." Acquired from the archives of the University of Virginia. 35mm Color slide, sandwiched between glass, plastic mount.

Size:35mm Color slide, sandwiched between glass, plastic mount.

S#: 0094.82.0510
   
Date: Circa 1910

Title: City National Bank under construction

 

 

 

Detail of left image:
City National Bank under construction

   
Date:1912

Title: City National Bank, Mason City, Iowa 1912 (1909 - S.155).

Description: View of the City National Bank from the Northeast. The Park Inn Hotel can be seen in the background to the right. Frank Lloyd Wright was commissioned by attorneys, James E.E. Markley and James E. Blythe to design a building for their bank. Markley made Wright's acquaintance while visiting his daughter during her stay at the Hillside Home School, in Spring Green, Wisconsin. Wright was commissioned to design both the City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel in early 1909 and construction began April 1, 1909. Construction was completed in August 1910.

Size: Original 8 x 10 B&W photograph.

S#:0114.28.0519
   
Date: Circa 1912

Title: City National Bank (far right in left picture)

 

 

 

 

Detail City National Bank (far right)

   
Date:1912

Title: Park Inn, Mason City, Iowa. 

Description: Published by R.T. #21869.  Part of the City National Bank Building complex built in 1909. Very early image, before any signage or lamp posts. 

Size: 5.3 x 3.3

S#: 1912.00.1204

   
Date: Circa 1912

Title: Park Inn Rates

Description: Rooms starting at 75c, Dinner 30c

   
Date:Circa 1912

Title: City National Bank, Mason City Circa 1912 (1909 - S.155).

Description: "City National Bank, Mason City. Iowa." Frank Lloyd Wright was commissioned by attorneys, James E.E. Markley and James E. Blythe to design a building for their bank. Markley made Wright's acquaintance while visiting his daughter during her stay at the Hillside Home School, in Spring Green, Wisconsin. Wright was commissioned to design both the City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel in early 1909 and construction began April 1, 1909. Construction was completed in August 1910. Verso: "Bloom Bros. Co. Scenic America. Post Card. Bloom Bros. Co., Minneapolis, Minn." Divided back. "Correspondence Here. RT-21876. Address Here." Postmarked possibly "Aug. 5 1914."

Size: 3.4 x 5.4

S#: 0114.18.1015

   
Date:Circa 1912

Title: City National Bank, Mason City Circa 1912 (1909 - S.155).

Description: "12056. South Main Street, Mason City, Ia." City National Bank is on the far right. Frank Lloyd Wright was commissioned by attorneys, James E.E. Markley and James E. Blythe to design a building for their bank. Markley made Wright's acquaintance while visiting his daughter during her stay at the Hillside Home School, in Spring Green, Wisconsin. Wright was commissioned to design both the City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel in early 1909 and construction began April 1, 1909. Construction was completed in August 1910. Verso: "Pub. By The Acmegraph Co., Chicago." Divided back. This side for the Address." Postmarked "Sep 2 - 13."

Size: 5.4 x 3.4.

S#:0114.21.1216
   
Date: Circa 1912

Title: Park Inn, Mason City, Iowa. Circa 1912 (1909 - S.156). "12048. Park Inn, Mason City, Ia."

Description: Frank Lloyd Wright was commissioned by attorneys, James E.E. Markley and James E. Blythe to design a building for their bank. Markley made Wright's acquaintance while visiting his daughter during her stay at the Hillside Home School, in Spring Green, Wisconsin. Wright was commissioned to design both the City National Bank and Park Inn Hotel in early 1909 and construction began April 1, 1909. Construction was completed in August 1910. Verso: "Pub. By The Acmegraph Co., Chicago." Divided back. This side for the Address. Verso has the same back as S#114.21 which is postmarked "Sep 2 - 13."

Size: 5.4 x 3.4

S#:0114.25,0718
   
Date: Circa 1912

Title: Park Inn, Mason City, Iowa. Circa 1912 (1909 - S.156).

Description: Read Photo Postcard. Text on face: "Park Inn Mason City Ia - X185." Three signs read: "Rosebud - Cigars" (left). Written on the glass in window below: "Billiards." Center: "Park Inn. European." Right: "Caf�." Sign in window: "Caf�. J. H. Sundell." There is a waitress standing in the window. Verso: "Post Card. Correspondence Here

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Community Banker of the Year: City Holding's Skip Hageboeck

Skip Hageboeck didn’t want to move to Chicago.

Hageboeck was a treasury manager in Indianapolis when the bank he worked for was sold in 1995 to First Chicago. Rather than relocate to the Windy City, he agreed to become the chief financial officer at Peoples Bank, a family-owned bank in Indianapolis.

For Hageboeck, it was a logical decision. He wanted to stay at a small community bank, and he jumped at a chance to try his hand at being a CFO.

“I thought this would be great experience, even if something happened to the bank,” he recalled. Peoples had “been in the family 107 years, so I figured that probably nothing was going to happen to it.”

The decision altered the trajectory of Hageboeck’s career. First Chicago became part of Bank One, which in turn was sold to JPMorgan Chase, the nation’s biggest bank and a mainstay of the New York banking scene.

Hageboeck would go on to become president and CEO of City Holding, the parent company of City National Bank of West Virginia in Charleston, in 2005.

Since joining City, he has helped oversee a turnaround and navigated the company through the financial crisis. Pursuing acquisitions in nearby markets, he has built a solid performer out of a bank based in a state that isn’t known for its growth potential, and City has more than doubled in size, to $4.4 billion in assets.

Hageboeck “is incredibly thoughtful and diligent,” said Russell Gunther, an analyst at D.A. Davidson. “He does his homework, pencils it out and, when the math works, he’s going to move — but it’s not a knee-jerk reaction. It’s something that he’s spent a considerable amount of time and energy on.”

A meticulous approach to expansion, along with an ability to consistently produce solid results, explains why Hageboeck is one of American Banker’s Community Bankers of the Year for 2018.

An academic at heart

Hageboeck grew up in a middle-class family in the heart of Indiana. When he was young, the family moved from Richmond, a town about 70 miles east of Indianapolis, to West Lafayette so his father could complete a doctorate in pharmacy at Purdue University.

The family would move again, to Indianapolis, when Hageboeck’s father joined the pharmacy faculty at Butler University.

Hageboeck didn’t always plan on becoming a banker.

After attending a summer business program in high school, and receiving inspiration from a professor, he decided to pursue a doctorate in economics. He earned an undergrad degree at Butler — in two years — then completed a Ph.D. program in economics at Indiana University in 1991.

College professors advised Hageboeck to go into teaching or to take a government post. While the idea of teaching appealed to him, Hageboeck said he couldn’t imagine lecturing on economic principles over a 40-year career.

Hageboeck also wanted a job where he could eventually build something, so he joined Indiana National Bank as an asset liability analyst.

“It was a perfect job for someone with an academic background because asset liability management is very mathematical and sort of intellectual,” Hageboeck said.

Shortly after he joined Indiana National, the bank was sold to NBD Bank. Then First Chicago was sold, and Hageboeck joined Peoples.

While at Peoples, Hageboeck met Gerald Francis, a veteran banker who would have a lasting impact on his career. Over nearly four years, Francis and Hageboeck roughly doubled Peoples’ size, to $700 million in assets.

“It went from being an average performer to being a high-performing bank,” Hageboeck said. Francis “saw the writing on the wall before he got there. He realized what would be possible.”

Peoples was sold to Fifth Third Bancorp in 1999 for a hefty premium, and Hageboeck stepped away from banking to join Roche Diagnostics, a research and medical diagnostics firm.

It didn’t take long for Francis to coax Hageboeck back to banking.

Francis had found a struggling bank in West Virginia that he was determined to turn around. Hageboeck was one of five former Peoples bankers recruited to help, though the job required him to leave Indiana.

When Hageboeck joined City in June 2001, it was operating under a regulatory order and had just fired most of its management team — including the CFO. It had less than $500 million in assets.

City “was trading for half of book value,” Hageboeck recalled. “It had a lot of serious problems. But Jerry recognized it was a great franchise that could be easily saved, so he brought us all to West Virginia.”

The Francis-led team spent the next five years downsizing the company’s national businesses in California and Dallas to focus on its core strengths, which include a valuable deposit base despite being in some slow markets, said Austin Nicholas, an analyst at Stephens.

For those efforts, Francis was named one of American Banker’s Community Banker of the Year in 2002. He stepped aside from City in 2005, when most of the heavy lifting was complete, to turn around First National Bank & Trust, an Indiana institution that was sold in 2007 to BMO Financial Group.

Hageboeck, however, didn’t want to keep chasing down troubled banks. He found Charleston to be a great place to raise a family and join the community. Hageboeck has four children; three are students at Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Va., and the fourth is a credit analyst at First Merchants Bank in Indianapolis.

And he would rather build a bank than constantly have to put out fires.

“It’s fun to run a bank day in and day out,” said Hageboeck, who became City’s CEO in 2005. “It’s been a great life for us and it’s a great company.”

Branching out

West Virginia can be a challenging market for growth-minded bankers.

Though the national economy is thriving, West Virginia had the fourth-lowest per capita GDP last year. It had the nation’s second-highest unemployment rate, at 5.2% in September, while the U.S. average was 3.7%, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

“Our core business is in one of the toughest economies in the country and Skip turns that into a positive,” said Dallas Kayser, City’s chairman and a director since 1995. “He is a tremendous strategic thinker and planner.”

Hageboeck held to a simple strategy at City.

Expense control has long been a priority. City’s 50.4% efficiency ratio at June 30 outperformed the 56.71% ratio at banks with $4 billion to $10 billion in assets, according to data from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. City lowered its ratio in the third quarter to 48.6%.

The company, which narrowly dodged disaster before Hageboeck arrived, also prides itself on its credit culture.

That approach helped City weather the financial crisis. Its only financial blemish was a $2.3 million loss in the third quarter of 2008 tied to securities losses, and it didn’t have mounds of delinquent loans to address.

City also avoided having to participate in the Troubled Asset Relief Program.

To be sure, there were moments during the crisis that scared Hageboeck, including the time a customer who distrusted the banking system withdrew $100,000 to bury it in a tin can in his backyard.

“Our credit culture was strong,” Hageboeck said. “If you were astute enough to see the strength of the franchise, you would know that we could not fail. We had too many customers and were too profitable. For our employees [the crisis] reiterated what a strong company it was.”

Opportunistic acquirer

Emerging from the crisis in a position of relative strength allowed Hageboeck to pursue an acquisition strategy designed to let City diversify and enter faster-growing markets.

City has completed three bank acquisitions since the crisis, buying Classic Bancshares in Ashland, Ky., in 2005; Virginia Savings in Front Royal in 2012; and Community Financial in Staunton, Va., in 2013.

In July it agreed to buy two Kentucky banks: Poage Bankshares in Ashland and Farmers Deposit Bancorp in Cynthiana. The deals, which should close by the end of this year, are expected to strengthen City’s operations in Lexington, Ky., and Huntington, W.Va.

Though none have been large or transformative, they brought City into three adjacent states. Acquisitions at City aren’t about scale.

“We don’t judge our success based on how large the company is,” Hageboeck said. “We judge it on how well we perform. We have walked away from opportunities that we didn’t think would make the company stronger, just bigger. I think we’re fairly unique in that.”

City has also hired lenders in Columbus, Ohio, and Pittsburgh. It has bought branches in Kentucky and hired a former BB&T lender to open a loan production office in Charlotte, N.C.

“More and more of their franchise is no longer in slow-growth markets,” said Matthew Schultheis, an analyst at Boenning & Scattergood.

Still, Hageboeck sees opportunity in City’s home state, though it requires a different way of thinking and a realistic view of borrowers, projects and the underlying economy.

“While the markets are slow-growing it doesn’t necessarily mean you can’t grow,” he said. “In West Virginia, you know you’re in trouble if you build a huge office building — there’s no one to lease it from you.”

City also benefited when bigger banks tapped the brakes in West Virginia.

City’s deposit market share has increased to 7.6% in mid-2018 from 6.5% a decade ago. Over that time, BB&T’s share has fallen from 18% to 15.8%, while JPMorgan Chase’s has fallen to 5.6% from 6.5%.

“When they stepped back, we got hundreds or thousands of new relationships,” Hageboeck said. “Because we’re a community bank, we can take business from the big banks, and customers know we’re going to provide better service.”

Hageboeck aims to empower his employees, and he is quick to give them credit for the company’s success. Many employees have been at City since the turnaround days.

“Companies don’t succeed because of their management or any one person,” he said. “You succeed because of the team you have working for you. A CEO can cause a company to fail, but he or she cannot cause it to succeed.”

While Hageboeck sets the overall vision, he trusts each manager to run his or her department, said Craig Stilwell, City’s executive vice president of retail banking. Hageboeck also sits down with new hires to discuss City’s history and the turnaround effort.

Future plans

Expect more of the same from City in coming years.

“Some of that growth will be in slow-growth markets,” Hageboeck conceded. “We’re seen as the strongest community bank in slow-growth markets.”

While it is still too early to discuss retirement, Hageboeck, 56, said he can’t imagine leaving “the best bank in the country” to go to somewhere else.

Besides, he doesn’t think retirement would suit him. Perhaps one day his second act will involve work in the nonprofit sector, or maybe he will have another chance to become a teacher.

It shouldn’t be too hard to guess the subject.

“A day may come when I’d like to go back to teach five years about the principles of economics,” he mused.

For now, Hageboeck is finding other ways to connect with younger generations.

City’s last three annual meetings have convened on college campuses: Shenandoah University in Winchester, Va., Marshall University in Huntington, and Washington and Lee.

Students and faculty are invited to attend the meetings. Hageboeck often delivers a guest lecture on corporate governance before the meeting, and he invites students to dinner afterward.

Read about the other Best in Banking honorees for 2018:

Banker of the Year: Zions’ Bancorp’s Harris Simmons

“It was a very educational experience for students, the community and shareholders,” Kayser said. “They were well received. I don’t think I’ve known of a CEO willing to open up to that venue. Skip wanted to do it, so we did it. That’s the type of forward thinking he will come up with.”

There is a self-serving purpose to the effort.

Hageboeck uses the platform to discuss career opportunities. City also offers summer internships in hopes of encouraging more college students to get involved with banking.

Hageboeck recently got in touch with the West Virginia Bankers Association to brainstorm ways to connect young people with community banks, said Sally Cline, the association’s president and CEO.

“He’s the first banker who has reached out to me to say, ‘I think we have a problem here. I’d like to get more young talent. What can we do to change the optics?’ ” she said. “He is leading the charge and wants to improve the overall banking climate. He’s sort of a visionary.”

Hageboeck wants to work with local universities and other West Virginia bankers to create programs that encourage more students to pursue banking careers. The goal is to keep City, and other community banks, around for the foreseeable future.

“As an industry, we have to look for ways to develop younger talent or there isn’t going to be talent,” Hageboeck said.

Источник: https://www.americanbanker.com/news/community-banker-of-the-year-city-holdings-skip-hageboeck
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