Located in Downtown Cincinnati, the Brighton German National Bank was located at the intersections of Brighton Place and Central Avenue. The German-Americans took great pride in not only the facade of the buildings they built, but valued savings and investments. By 1898 the Brighton German National Bank was built which was surrounded by a wide variety of German-American owned businesses, shops and breweries. President Max Mosler and vice president Andrew Jergens were heading the bank before World War I. Andrew Jergens had a soap company named after him known as Jergens Soap. Jergens was the main driving force to attracting business in order to have the bank be a success. The Jergens Soap Company was located at 2535 Spring Grove Avenue in Cincinnati.
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