Farmer's Bank in Dover on Loockerman Street was so named because of the farmers that would pack up their buggies and carts, travel to town for regular errands, and stop at the bank. The Farmer's Bank of Delaware was founded in 1807 in Dover and was the second bank chartered in the state. Although it was sold in 1978, the Loockerman Street building still carries the original name.

Dover's 300th is over and so is our photo special.