Alice Heyman Of The 1st Women's Bank : News Photo

Alice Heyman Of The 1st Women's Bank

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American social activist and banker Alice Heyman stand sin a red jacket and holds dosuments on the sidewalk outside the First Women's Bank, which she co-founded, East 57th Street, Manhattan, New York, 1980s. The bank, founded in 1975, was sold and its name changed (to First New York Bank for Business) in 1989 and it closed forever in 1992. (Photo by Bernard Gotfryd/Getty Images)
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American social activist and banker Alice Heyman stand sin a red jacket and holds dosuments on the sidewalk outside the First Women's Bank, which she co-founded, East 57th Street, Manhattan, New York, 1980s. The bank, founded in 1975, was sold and its name changed (to First New York Bank for Business) in 1989 and it closed forever in 1992. (Photo by Bernard Gotfryd/Getty Images)
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January 01, 1980
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