Statements and Speeches of Ray M. Gidney
- The Current Business and Financial Situation and Outlook for 1947
- New Horizons for Bankers : A talk at the Hotel Statler, Cleveland, at a Forum Sponsored by the Cleveland Chapter of the American Institute of Banking
- Letter to Paul H. Douglas, President Gidney's Response to Questionnaire E-1
- Corporate Support for Colleges and Universities : Address at the final banquet in celebration of Western Reserve University's one hundred twenty-fifth anniversary year
- Mutual Problems : Remarks before the Forty-First Annual Convention of the New Mexico Bankers Association, Carlsbad, New Mexico
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Ray M. Gidney served as president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland from 1944 to 1953.
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