In The Big Good-Bye, the Anglo-American National Bank was located at Chimney Corner, at the intersection of Broadway and Wall Street, in lower Manhattan, in New York City. This bank was housed in a recently completed building. This building was tall and narrow, like a factory smokestack.

On New Year's Eve, there was an attempted robbery of this bank.

Later, many of the office suites were left empty, because the renting agent had priced the rent higher than comparable office buildings on that part of Broadway. One day, while contemplating lowering the rent, the agent was approached by a man who didn't seemed to be fazed by the high rent. He said he was looking to establish a branch in New York for a London gentlemen's tailoring establishment. He would pay a reasonable sum for one of the suites. His name was Anthony Marcus, and he was a tailor who made clothes "...for everybody who was anybody." (TNG: "The Big Goodbye")

The pages seen in the episode were actually from the detective novel, The Listening Man, by author John A. Moroso. This novel was published in 1924. Information on Anglo-American National Bank was from pages 165, 179, and 197.
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