Statements and Speeches of Harry A. Shuford
Harry A. Shuford served as President of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis from October 1, 1962, to January 16, 1966.
1963 to 1965
- 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 Shuford, Harry A., ([year]), Statements and Speeches of Harry A. Shuford, [issue title/date], accessed Jul 29, 2014 from FRASER, http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/publication/?pid=480
May 22, 1963 - The mutual interest of commercial banks and the Federal Reserve
Address delivered at the Arkansas Bankers Association Annual Convention, Hot Springs, Arkansas
September 4, 1963 - Checks and balances
Speech delivered at the Downtown Dallas Rotary Club, Texas
January 10, 1964 - Checks and balances
Delivered at the meeting of the Sales and Marketing Executives Association of St. Louis, Missouri. See identically titled speech dated September 4, 1963, for similar content.
January 22, 1964 - The economic situation
Talk given during the Dinner Meeting for Retailers at Hotel Stratford in Alton, Illinois.
January 29, 1964 - Statement before the Subcommitee on Domestic Finance of the Committee on Banking and Currency
United States Congress, House of Representatives
March 19, 1964 - Economic growth of St. Louis
Speech delivered during a luncheon meeting of the Rotary Club of St. Louis, Missouri. See also identically titled speech given September 2, 1964.
July 14, 1964 - Checks and balances
Delivered at the luncheon meeting of the Evansville Rotary Club, Indiana. See identically titled speech given on January 10, 1964, and September 4, 1963, for similar content.
September 2, 1964 - Economic growth of St. Louis
Speech given before the Scottish Rite Luncheon Club in St. Louis, Missouri. An identically titled speech of similar content was delivered on January 22, 1964.
February 19, 1965 - Our economy
Remarks delivered at the 4th Annual Marketing Theory in Action Conference, St. Louis, Missouri