The Origins of the Credit Card Trace Back to a Flatbush Bank
Sure, Manhattan has Wall Street and the Stock Exchange. But did you know that the bank card — the bulkier predecessor to the ubiquitous credit card — was born in Brooklyn?
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Originally published at www.brownstoner.com on March 24, 2016.