After a month's toil laboring at arithematic to connect my banking series' and asset tables, I at last resorted to acquiring an 11-series generator for the data. Each time I start my analysis, I find a column error somewhere and that just won't do. I suppose my eyesight isn't what it used to be, but I can't take the anxiety of going to the drugstore for a stronger pair of glasses. The lighting in those stores is ghastly.
With so many scientific quests come interesting side realizations, and for me I have solved something of a side-mystery in Beatles lyrics , specifically, what is "One after 909?"
It is 909.0909090909091
This is based on 10,000 shares of the Kryder Company, Inc. distributed through Mr. Ewing's payer number, 29101. Kryder assets entered Lincoln Trust 1/1910. Thus The Ewing Calendar begins at 19101 with one share added per iteration till Ewing's payer number is reached. In all, The Calendar Boy is the best measuring stick, becoming a war industry consolidating GD front after my grandfather died.
All vital series numbers are in the process of being matched against B. Edward Ewing, including Birth Certificate Numbers and payer numbers of select members of the Miami Indian and Pottawatomie tribes, three generations of Kryder payer numbers, asset numbers, FDIC, G.H. Walker & Co., Inc. and P-Tech software numbers.
None of the information on Bank Charter #7725 is affected. The U.S. Comptroller's Office can easily find in its own books, The German American National Bank, Lincoln National Bank and Trust Company, and Allen County National Bank conducted three sets of banking operations under one charter 1905-1969.
I expect to have substantial work completed with accuracy in a week or so, enough to make the 8the grade level explanation I have been asked to provide.
If you would like to try your own series for whatever reasons, below is a link to the