Nelson Aldrich was the chairman of the National Monetary Commission, which, after the Panic of 1907, studied the banking systems of the United States and other countries and shaped the creation of the Federal Reserve System.
This collection contains the documents that were sent from the Board to the Federal Reserve Banks from August 1914 through December 1942. These documents include speeches, press releases, guidance letters, policy memos, circulars, personnel actions, legislation and regulation information, forms, and more.
- The October 2015 issue of the PPI Detailed Report is now available. (Nov 20)
- Robert Hetzel Oral History Collection, including interviews with 40 prominent economists and economic policy makers from 1994-2003 (Nov 18)
- The October 2015 issue of The Employment Situation is now available. (Nov 12)
- The Federal Reserve’s second monetary policy report hearing for 2015, held before the Senate, is now available. (Nov 09)
- Federal Reserve Bank of New York Circulars are now available for the years 1914-1980. (Nov 02)
- Additional Statements and Speeches of Charles S. Hamlin, first Governor of the Federal Reserve Board, have been extracted from his collection of papers at the Library of Congress and are now available. (Nov 02)