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Ti n: S t a t e o f U t a h O F F IC E O F T H E S T A T E T R E A S B E E R S.vf/r Laki: C i t y .J O S E P H O U S T E R Q. E U I S November 21, 1935 Mr. Marriner Eccles President of the Federal Reserve Bank Washington D. C. My dear friend Marriner: We have had several arguments here with my banking friends. I don't agree with my friend Adams in his speech at the Banker's Convention recently* Will you please send me a copy of your speech or any information that you have available bear ing on this subject? With kindest personal regards, JRiPB R tR I E TREASURER CHIEF DEPUTY Chairman xxxxxxx November ¿6, 1.935* Mr. Joseph hirie, State Treasurer, Salt Lake City, Utah. Dear Joseph: I appreciate your letter of November ¿1st and am glad you approve of the address v.hich I made before the .nmerican »ameers association at New Orleans on November 14th. In accordance with your request, I am sending you a stenographic transcript of the address. Sincerely yours, M. S. Eccles, Chairman. enclosure MSE:VE:b