"They wear dark ties and suits, light-colored shirts, dark shoes and have their hair cut short. They work in the community, anything from United Way to Boy Scouts, and maintain a low profile. The image portrayed is one of stability and trust, and this is precisely what the public expects from its bankers--the keepers of our money."
Smolski, Chester, "Banks and Older Cities" (1978). Smolski Texts. 68.