Farmers And Traders Life Insurance

Farmers And Traders Life Insurance – . This historic document was minted by the American Banknote Company in 1953 and has an ornate border around it. Farmers and Traders was founded by members of The Farm, an agricultural fraternal organization comprising a large membership of all farmers in the early 20th century. Grange members are basically cut off from many services offered in cities. City underwriters probably took no time to move away from their offices in America, still largely crude and without the comforts of rural and cosmopolitan life. In 1914, to provide its members with access to life insurance, National Farm established its own life insurance company, which was open to the public. Farmers and Traders Life established a home office in Syracuse, New York in 1914 and a few years later established its present office at 960 James Street in Syracuse. Farmers & Traders Life currently conducts business through approximately 1,600 agents in 29 states and the District of Columbia.

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Farmers And Traders Life Insurance

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