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et "Es rooter thr trztAr attA tarlfartnf New turit" Uto OFFICERS WILLIAM FELLOWES MORGAN, PRESIDENT LEWIS E. PIERSON, 1ST VICE-PRES. JOHN H. LOVE TREASURER S.C. MEAD. SECRETARY JAMES GILBERT WHITE, 2D VICE-PRES. WILLIAM HAMLIN CHILDS, 3D VICE-PRES. F. B. DE BERARD, DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH WILLIAM C.BREED, CHAIRMAN, MEMBERS.COUNCIL DIRECTORS BERTRAM H. BORDEN, M.C.D. BORDEN &SONS WILLIAM C. BREED, BREED,ABBOTT a MORGAN WILLIAM HAMLIN CHILDS, CHAIR MAN EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE THE BARR ETT COMPANY J.CRAWFORD McCREERY,THr JAMES MACBERRy REALTY CORP. WILLIAM A.MARBLE, PRES. RAG. CORSET CO. ALFRED E. MARLING, PRES. HORACE S. ELY & Co. WALDO H. MARSHALL,T, A. GKLESPIE CO. VICE PRESIDENT ALLIED CHEMICAL & DYE CORPORATION LINCOLN CROMWELL,W, ISELIN AND CO. LUCIUS R. EASTMAN, PRES. HILLS BROTHERS CO. WILLIAM FELLOWES MORGAN, PRES. BROOKLYN BRIDGE FREEZING &CoLo STORAGE CO MICHAEL FRIEDSAM, PRES. B. ALTM AN & CO, LEWIS E.PIERSON,CHAIRNAN OF THE BOARD, IRVING NATIONAL BANK DANIEL P. MORSE, Mc ELwAiN, MORSE & ROGERS JOHN W. NIX, PRES.JOHN NIX & COMPANY CHARLES R.LAMB, PRES. J.& R. LAMB JOHNKLOVE,GRAueNcR,LovE&LAwREcr, 233 BROADWAY CABLE AND WIRELESS ADDRESS: MERCHASSON LEOPOLD PLAUT, PRESIDENT. BLACK & BOYD MANUFACTURING CO. GEORGE A.POST. GEORGE A. POST CO. J.LOUIS SCHAEFER, V. P. &TREAS. W. R. GRACE 8. Co. HENRY R.TOWNE,CNAIRMAN OF THE BOARD, YALE & TOWNE MFG. CO. GUSTAV VINTSCHGER,PREs.MARKT HAMMACHER CO. H. B.WALKER, PRES, OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO. JAMES GILBERT WHITE, PRES. J. G.WHITE & CO., INC. OWEN D.YOUNG, VICE PRESS GE,. COUNSEL GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. Buw.iNGDecember 14, 19210 NEW YORK Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Mr. Benjamin Strong, Jr.,Governor, 19 Nassau Street, City. Dear Sirs: The Committee on Unemployment Statistics for New York City, recently appoin'ed in accordance with the recommendations of the President's Unemployment Conference, is now making its second report on unemployment in this City. During October, you were kind enough to furnish us with confidential information concerning the number of persons on.your payroll January 1, 1920, and October 17, 1921. In order. that the Committee may accurately es'Amate the employment trend -during the last two months, we desire to secure from you the total number of persons on your payroll as of December 15, 1921. As in the previous case, your name will not appear in the Committee's report and the figures which you furnish will be combined.with other data so as not to disclose the source. . If you have instituted any successful remedy for relieving unemployment, we should be interested to learn of the details. Very.truly yours, 01/06/ Secretary, COI'vriITTE".0 ON UNEMPLOYMENT STATISTICS FOR NET YORK .CITY. SB r) 'c> Nv December 16, 1921. Mr. Martin Dodge, Secretary, Committee an Unemployment Statistic of Nov York City, 233 Broadiny, Nov York, F. T. Deer Sir: In response to your request of December 14, the totEl number of persons on our payroll as of December 15, 1921, was two thousand nine hundred Um/ye. Very truly yours, L. F. Deputy Governor. RTIVAC a4), 7,'"*1 A N , President, HON. JOSEPH G. CANNON. Danville, Vice-President, 110N. WILLIAM S. BENNET, New York Treasurer, HON. ANTONIO Zucca., 25 W. Broadway, New VOTIL EDUCATIONAL COMMITTEE 4 ' Dr. Charles W. Eliot, President-emeritus, Harvard University, Cambridge Hon. George Gordon Battle, New York Rev. Dr. David James Burrell, New York Hon. W. Bourke Cockran. New York Field Representat it, DR. B. A. Sammy. N. Y. Legal Advisor, SHARON GRAHAM, New York Wm. P Rckert. Louisville, Ky. r'ercy Sticknev Grant, New York Rev. Hon.on Harmon, Springfield, Ohio Edward L. Hearn, New York John J. Hynes, Buffalo, N. Y. Rev. Dr. S. M. Newman, President, Organized non NATIONAL LIBERAL IMMIGRATION LEAGUE Selection, Distribution and Americanization Rather than Restriction'. HoA.,--ri University, Washington :en, New York E. C 'eorge H...anith, New Orleans r. tahnAntonio Stella, New York Managing Director, N. BEHAR, New York Assistant Manager, MANOHL F. BEHAR, N. V. Secretary, JAMES F. McNABoa, 68 William St., New York Headquarters P. 0 BOX 116, STATION F 108 East 31st Street New York CABLE ADDRESS "NATLIR-NEW YORK.' TELEPHONE, MADISON SQUARE 7427 September 26, . Mr. Benjamin Strong do Unemployment Conference ';;ashington, D. C. ILOOSE IN FILE Dear Sir: .e tak pleasure in submitting the en- closed pamphlet, which offers a constructive plan for the solution of the unemployment problem. Very truly yours Sopteor k.09 Dear Sir: hwe just received your note of the 26th instant and by Dr. Solinly have reati the aosomQanyin6 intorestiuc statewat made before the owmittee on laSsr of the 1!oug7.0 of Reprosentativos. Thank you _or sen4inf; it to me. Very truly yows, 14114. Stroms Vovcnmor James 4 Naliatlob, 68 Yarn= Strout, Aew York. 3s/am AMERICAN FORESTRY ASSOCIATION 1214 SIXTEENTH STREET N. W. WASHINGTON, D. C. Sept. 28, 1921. \ NCY,SON,N1 Sc9 "JO N92\ A3. PRESIDENT HARLES LATHROP PACK TREASURER CHARLES F. QUINCY Mr. Benj. Strong, Federal Reserve Bank, New York City. EXECUTIVE SECRETARY PERCIVAL S. RIDSDALE VICE-PRESIDENTS E. COLBY, CALIF. CHAS. W. ELIOT, MASS. /ERETT G. GRIGGS, WASH. RS. WARREN G. HARDING. OHIO 1. JOHN CRIER HIBBEN. N. J. EPHEN T. MATHER, ILL. MN M. OVERTON. TENN. DN. THOS. NELSON PAGE, VA. LIBERT ROTH, MICH. R. J. T. ROTHROCK, PA. RS. JOHN D. SHERMAN, ILL. ON. B. H. SNELL, N. Y. ERMAN VON SCHRENCK, MO. ON. JOHN W. WEEKS. MASS. DIRECTORS LBERT F. BALDWIN, N. J. ELSON C. BROWN. N. Y. TANDISH CHARD, N. Y. R. HENRY S. DRINKER. PA. DHN HAYS HAMMOND. MASS. HESTER W. LYMAN, N. Y. MERSON McMILLIN. N. Y. HARLES LATHROP PACK. N. J. DDISON S. PRATT, N. Y. HARLES F. QUINCY, N. Y. RNEST A. STERLING, N. Y. B. WHITE, MO. IFCTS.aqfrV. C http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ VIERICAN FORESTRY Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis iViy dear Mr. Strong Permit me to extend to you my congratulations upon your appointment as amember of the Unemployment Conference, I am sure that you must be greatly gratified by this recognition of your ability for this particular and important work, and I know your friends and admirers are I wish you every much pleased by your selection. success in the deliberations of your body, and if our Association can be of service in any way, we shall be very glad to do all we can. * Very sincerely 'ure, Presid , ,,,. t Washington, D. C.,2eptanber 30, 1921. My dear Paaks Thank you fox- your kind note of the 28th. instant. I sori.7 that various =otters nave prevented rill doing vary xsueb. 1.vor1 on the sub-ecianittees of the itimpladment tionference fir, but I hope to to a more active part in the work oi the confexence 1101. t week. Very truly your s, Charles L. Rica., Esq., President, Atseri,an 2orestry Association, 2214 51xteeritth Street, N. W., Washington, D. C.