Statements and Speeches of Edmund Platt
Edmund Platt served as a member of the Federal Reserve Board beginning on June 8, 1920, and as vice governor from July 23, 1920, until he resigned on September 14, 1930. The title vice governor was changed to vice chairman upon approval of the Banking Act of 1935 on August 23, 1935.
1920 to 1930
- Publications from the Board of Governors
- Public Statements of Federal Reserve Board Members and Chairmen
Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (U.S.) and Platt, Edmund, ([year]), Statements and Speeches of Edmund Platt, [issue title/date], accessed Apr 21, 2014 from FRASER, http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/publication/?pid=458
September 16, 1920 - Principles Which Should Guide the Federal Reserve System
Reprint of an address before the West Virginia Banker's Association, Charleston, West Virginia. This reprint includes prefatory remarks about the banking situation in West Virginia that were not included in the other posted speech.
September 20, 1920 - The functions of the Federal Reserve System
An address delivered before the West Virginia Bankers' Association, at Charleston, West Virginia.