Statements and Speeches of William McChesney Martin, Sr.
William McChesney Martin began his term as Governor of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis on January 16, 1929, staying until February 28, 1941. In 1935, as a result of the Banking Act of 1935, the position of Governor of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis was changed to President.
Prior to serving as Governor and President, Martin served as the first Chairman of the Board of Directors and Federal Reserve Agent for the Bank, from 1914-1929.
1935 to 1941
- Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
- Public Statements of Presidents of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis and Martin, William McChesney, Sr., ([year]), Statements and Speeches of William McChesney Martin, Sr., [issue title/date], accessed May 22, 2013 from FRASER, http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/publication/?pid=477
November 5, 1935 - Federal Reserve System under the new Banking Act [The]
Address of William McChesney Martin before the Conference on Banking at the University of Illinois
November 9, 1936 - Your Federal Reserve Bank and you
Address before the 2nd Annual Conference on Banking at the University of Illinois
June 10, 1938 - Achievement
Address delivered before the National Convention of the American Institute of Banking, Louisville, Kentucky