Statements and Speeches of W. P. G. Harding
W.P.G. Harding began his term as a member of the Federal Reserve Board on August 10, 1914, and took office as Governor, a term later changed to Chairman after the Banking Act of 1935, on August 10, 1916, serving until August 9, 1922.
1915 to 1922
- Publications from the Board of Governors
- Public Statements of Federal Reserve Board Chairmen
- Public Statements of Federal Reserve Board Members and Chairmen
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July 1915 - The results of the European war on America's financial position
Reprinted from the Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Philadelphia, July, 1915.
November 1, 1916 - The present position and future development of the Federal Reserve System
Address before the forum of the New York chapter, American Institute of Banking.
September 5, 1918 - The Federal Reserve note, its functions and limitations
From an address of W. P. G. Harding, Governor of the Federal Reserve Board, before the convention of the Ohio Bankers Association at Columbus, Ohio, Thursday, September 5, 1918.
September 12, 1919 - Should Exports be Restricted as a Means of Reducing the Present High Cost of Living?
An address delivered before the Convention of the West Virginia Bankers' Association at White Sulphur Springs, September 12, 1919.
January 8, 1920 - The need for conservation of credit
An address delivered at Boston, Thursday, January 8, 1920, before the Massachusetts Bankers' Association.
May 18, 1920 - Economy in using credit
An address delivered at the conference in Washington, on May 18, 1920, between the Federal Reserve Board, members of the Federal Advisory Council, and the class A directors of the twelve Federal reserve banks.
September 16, 1920 - Functions and policies of the Federal Reserve System
Address by W. P. G. Harding, Governor, Federal Reserve Board, before the Chamber of Commerce of Cleveland, Ohio, September 16, 1920.
September 16, 1920 - Present condition and future prospects of the automotive industry from the standpoint of the Federal Reserve banking system
An address delivered before the Motor and Accessory Manufacturers Association, at Cleveland, Ohio, September 19, 1920.
January 17, 1921 - Working back to normal
An address delivered at the annual dinner of Group VII of the New York State Bankers' Association, New York City, N. Y.
September 22, 1921 - The Federal Reserve System : what it is and what it is not
Address by W. P. G. Harding, Governor, Federal Reserve Board, at the "Made-In-Carolinas" Exposition at Charlotte, N. C.
December 13, 1921 - The Federal Reserve System as related to American business
Address by W. P. G. Harding, Governor, Federal Reserve Board, before the Washington Chamber of Commerce.
May 10, 1922 - Credit, currency and business
Address by W. P. G. Harding, Governor, Federal Reserve Board, before the Southern Wholesale Dry Goods Association, Birmingham, Ala.