British and American Plans for International Currency Stabilization, Box 33, Folder 7, Item 3
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British and American Plans for International Currency Stabilization, Box 33, Folder 7, Item 3, Marriner S. Eccles Papers. University of Utah. https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/archival/1343/item/466453, accessed on March 22, 2023.
Preliminary draft of a report by J. H. Riddle, an economic adviser for Bankers Trust Company (New York). There are 2 copies of pages 22 and 23 are in the original.
- Banks and banking
- Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (U.S.), 1935-
- Federal Reserve Board, 1914-1935