Mimeograph Letters and Statements of the Board
Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (U.S.), 1935-
This collection contains the documents that were sent from the Board to the Federal Reserve Banks from August, 1914 through December, 1942. It brings together in one collection documents that are otherwise scattered throughout the Board's Central Subject Filing System (also known as the Decimal File). These documents (identified by B, R, S, X, Z, etc. and a number) include speeches, press releases, guidance letters, policy memos, circulars, personnel actions, legislation and regulation information, forms, and so on. Since they are in chronological order, they present a unique, intertwined view of the issues and responses by the Board as it conducted System-wide business within the divisions of bank operations and bank examinations.
- Mimeograph Letters of the Board
Component items may also be collected in various subject collections as part of files of the Board of Governors held at the National Archives and Records Administration, but this collection has been scanned in full. Because item numbers may be repeated or omitted from the bound volumes, items have been presented in the order in which they were bound, with the bound volume number, page number, and item designation (S-number, etc.) where applicable. X-, S-, St. and other number designations are irregular. Some items are missing, and some are included as attachments to other items. For further context, the indexes and the full bound volumes have been included in the FRASER collection, and can be found at the end of the item list. Beginning in the early 1930s, each index includes a list of stencil numbers not included in the bound volumes.
- Banks and banking
- Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (U.S.), 1935-
- Federal Reserve Board, 1914-1935
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Mimeograph Letters and Statements of the Board. Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (U.S.), 1935-. https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/archival/4957, accessed on June 6, 2020.