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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Staff Picks: Treasures from Treasury Press Releases

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A newly digitized collection provides a look at important moments in the history of the U.S. Treasury. Read more

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Staff Picks: Celebrating the Women’s Bureau Centennial

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Celebrate the centennial of the Women’s Bureau of the Department of Labor with a look back at the history of the organization and a century of progress for working women. Read more

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Uncurrent Events: Epidemics, Pandemics, and the Economy

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As many schools and universities move to online learning in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, FRASER hopes these historical primary and secondary source resources from our collection and those of our partners and colleagues will be useful. Economic (and … Read more

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Dismal Facts: “Reading” the Economic Report of the President at a Glance Using Sentiment Analysis

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Could the text in historical documents like those in FRASER help to predict future financial trends? This is a question explored in the area of study known as sentiment analysis. The practice of assessing public opinion in text in order … Read more

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Librarian Life: FRASER Reveals the Compelling History of Prices and Wages

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How much did that cost then? Learn about how FRASER provides important context for historical prices and wage data. Read more

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