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JERSEY CITY, N. J. - W. P. Gardner Vice Pres., N.J. Title Guarantee & Trust Co. William J. Field ,Vice Pres., Commercial Trust Co. of New 'Jersey. or NEWARK, or C. L. Farrell President, National Newark & Esaex banking Spencer S. 46arsh Vice Pres. and casaier same company. Co. PATERSON, N. J. - John W. Griggs President, Paterson National Bank, and Paterson Safe Deposit & Trust Co. ROCHESTER, Na Y. - Walter S. Hubbell Director, Lincoln-Alliance Bank, and Security Trust Co. SYRACUSE, N. Y. - C. A. Chase President, First Trust & Deposit Co. C. H. Sanford President, Syracuse Trust Company. YONKERS, N. Y. - Leslie Sutherland Preaident, Yonkers 4latiOnal Bunk. SCHENECTADY, N. Y. - Willis T. Hanson President, Union National Bank, UTICA, A. Y. - C. B. Rogers President, First National bank, and Oneida County Trust Co. F. E. Howe IROY, W. I. - President, Manufacturers National Bank. HOBOKEN N. J. - ELIZABETH, N. J. - or W. C. Heppenheimer President, Trust Company bf New 4ersey. J. W. Whelan Vice Pres., National State Bank, and President, Union County Savings Bank. C. H. K. Halsey President, Union County irust Company. FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF NEW YORK CE CORRESPONDENCE SU BJ ECT: Governor Strong L. Ginney_ -2BAYONhE A. J. - LeWitt VanBuskirk President, dechanics Trust Company. . / THE LuBmwry BANK OF Bit '-ievAL0 THROUGH ITS ()F'F'TOFIRS AND DIFtIOUTORS REQUESTS TH131 HONOR OF YOUR PRESENCE; AT THE OPENING 01, ITS NEW OFFICE BUII.M771VG AND BANKING- 1103IE1 TUESDAY, OUTOREIR NINETEEN 111LTNOR ETD AND TWENTY-FIVE FROM TEN IN THE MORNING UNTIL NINE IN THE EVENING BUFFALO 4.1 K le_Q_ree c NEW YORK (,c-) (4-'20 RECEIVED C3OVERNOF?'S OFFICE uctober 8, 1925. My dehr Mr. Klospfers I regret that it is impossible for me to accept the invitation wdich h,s just been received, to be t the opening of the new Liberty Bank bmildin . It seems unfortuattte th,..t my oportun- ities to meet the Buffalo 13rulch cirectors, - vrticllnrly in their own instittione eo have been been bcyond but the circuma ncel n&Are Perh)e I ch11 have the pleasure of seein you here tore long. my con'..rol. Please ccept my congrhtulstione c2ol1 the completion of your buliCing, enci the hope thsit you will 'ind satiehction end comfort in your new home. With ecroihi reg6res I hm Sincerely yours, Mr. John A. Kloepfer, Liberty hank, buffalo. LIBERTY BANK OF BUFFALO MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM CAPITAL 8, SURPLUS EIGHT AND ONE HALF MILLION DOLLARS BUFFALO,N.Y. OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT JoHr4 A. K1_,DEPFE R. May 20, 1926. Mr. Benjamin Strong, 33 Liberty Street, New York, N.Y. Dear Mr. Strong: Within the next few days there will be delivered to you a copy of the "Book of the Liberty Bank." Kindly accept it with my compliments. The story as written by Mr. Francis B. Frazee, created so many favorable comments that we decided to incorporate it in book form with illustrations by another well known Buffalonian, Mr. Alex. O. Levy. Quite naturally, I am inordinately proud of our new banking home and therefore it pleases me to present to a few of our friends, this book, describing the bank's history and the new building and I trust that it may interest and please you. If you have not already been through the new bank, I would appreciate the privilege of showing you about and welcome a visit from you at any time. Most c rdially yours, JOH A. KLOEPFE President tibzy 25, 128. ky deer Mr. Kloepfer: Ple4..be ,..ccept gr. 3tr3ng't. thank,: for your thoughtfulneee in 6.enclint, hirn Liberty Bunk." copy of the rook of the Uniortun.tuly it ooze:, during hie ateenee from the cit.), Mhlch necet,citotee., ray ucknokloc,,ini, ts receipt. Very truly yours, Secretary to Mr. Benj. Strong. Iir. John Kloepfer, Preeiciebt, Liberty bunk of Buffelo, Buftelo, h. Y. TWOHUNDREDFORTYIMAINSTREET Bu FFALO, NEW YORK November 2, 1925. My dear Governor Strong: I have your letter of October 30, telling me of Dr. Schacht's contemplated visit to Buffalo. Just as soon as I hear from Governor McDougal, telling me when Dr. Schacht will arrive in Buffalo and how long he proposes to stay, I will look after his hotel reservations at once. It would, I believe, give the Buffalo Clearing House Association considerable pleasure to entertain Dr. Schacht during his stay in Buffalo if it would be agreeable to him to be entertained. You perhaps are somewhat familiar with his plans for his Buffalo visit, as well as his personal feelings about accepting invitations or possible publicity.I should appreciate it if you would write me or' telephone me how you think Dr. Schacht would feel about being entertained at dinner by the Clearing House banks of Buffalo./ You may rest assured that I shall do everything that I can to make Dr. S.3acht's visit to Buffalo a pleasant one. Mr. Benjamin Strong, Governor, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, New York City. 61-4,441, C--e A.,A,Ors Jrrii iVED 140V 4 p25 9