FRASER Features: FRASER’s New RESTful API

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Power up your searches and get faster, more comprehensive access to FRASER’s collections with the new RESTful API. Read more

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Uncurrent Events: The Bank Holiday of 1933

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Henry Ford, a run on gold, and a fireside chat: The chain of events during the Great Depression that sparked the Bank Holiday of 1933. Read more

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FRASER Features: How to Use FRASER: 2021 Edition

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Tips, tricks, and tools: Our updated guide to using FRASER includes everything you need to know to find everything you’re looking for. Read more

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Uncurrent Events: Women’s Firsts in FRASER

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FRASER recognizes five women who were first in their leadership roles: Nellie Tayloe Ross, Elizabeth Duncan Koontz, Carmen Rosa Maymi, Juanita M. Kreps, and Nancy Teeters. Read more

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Librarian Life: 2020 Year in Review

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From a new look to new collections, discover all the new and notable enhancements and additions to FRASER in 2020. Read more

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Staff Picks: Marriner Eccles

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From his role in the nation’s recovery after the Great Depression to his role in shaping the Federal Reserve, learn more about the contributions of Marriner Eccles to modern economic policy Read more

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Staff Picks: Works of Irving Fisher on FRASER

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Learn more about economist Irving Fisher’s ideas and theories with FRASER’s collection of books and archival material by the “celebrity finance professor.” Read more

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Librarian Life: Beyond the Numbers

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A preview of the 2020 Beyond the Numbers presentations, and a look at FRASER’s collections of economic data and educational resources. Read more

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Uncurrent Events: Researching Racial Tensions and Labor Unrest in 1919 Chicago

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What impact does racial tension have on the economy? Learn more about the economic response to the 1919 race riots in Chicago. Read more

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Uncurrent Events: Check Processing and the Fed

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Depositing a check hasn’t always been as easy as taking a few snaps with your cellphone camera…explore over a century of advancement in check processing. Read more

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