The full text on this page is automatically extracted from the file linked above and may contain errors and inconsistencies.
GENERAL AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY HOMEr OFFICEr OFFICE OF SAINT THE PRESIDENT Louis May 24, 1943 Mr. Marfiner S. Eccles, Chairman, Federal Reserve Board, Washington, D.C. Dear Mr. Eccles: Regardless of the circumstances under which we meet it is always a pleasure to see you and to visit vdth you. O While the conference at the Treasury Department a short time ago was a bit disappointing, yet it was indeed refreshing to observe the calm, serene manner in which you handled yourself and dealt with the existing complex situation. 1 regret that I did not have an opportunity to have a good visit with you. I shall look forward to that pleasure when again in Washington. to i t w York. ve From Washington I went to Baltimore and from Baltimore 1 just returned to my office this morning. With best wishes, 1 am urs very truly, Walter W. #ead :ea -25 May 28, Mr. Walter W. Head, President, General American Life Insurance Company, St. Louis, Missouri. Dear Mr, Heads Your letter of May 2k with regard to the recent conferences on war financing is very much appreciated* tinder all the attendant circumstances the situation has been worked out in a way that apparently is satisfactory from the standpoint of the Secretary, who bears of course the primary responsibility, and we all desire to cooperate with him in every possible way to assure the success of future war loan drives. I trust that I may see you under more auspicious circumstances and have the pleasure of talking with you when you are again in Washington* With kindest personal regards, Sincerely yours, M. S* Booleg, Chairman.