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but my inclination would be to go to the branch manager, state right out that you have a substantial cash deposit to make,

The branch manager probably doesn't give one whit for all the documentation. They aren't the ones to whom you need to substantiate the source of the cash. They just need to do the cash transaction reporting.

Save the documentation for the IRS if they ask questions.

--Peter
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