In 1961, Chase Manhattan became the first bank to have a fully automated check processing system. By 1967, banks holding 75% of the nation's deposits were servicing those accounts by computer.

Those and other milestones in national bank history, from the passage of the National Currency Act in 1863 to the banking crisis in the 1980s, are recounted in "Bank Supervision: A Historical Appraisal."

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