Statements and Speeches of Carter Glass
- Banking and Currency Reform : Speeches in the House of Representatives
- Conference Report on Currency Bill : Speech in the House of Representatives
- Location of Federal Reserve Banks : Speech in the House of Representatives
- Financial Freedom Under Woodrow Wilson : Speech at the Jefferson Day Celebration in Washington
- Amending the Federal Reserve Act : Speech in the House of Representatives
- Address Delivered in Pittsburgh, before the Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce
- Truth about the Federal Reserve System : Speech in the Senate of the United States
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As chairman of the Banking and Currency Committee, Congressman Carter Glass worked with Senator Robert Owen and President Woodrow Wilson to pass the Federal Reserve Act. As Comptroller of the Currency, Carter Glass served as an ex-officio member of the Federal Reserve Board from December 16, 1918, to February 1, 1920.
Glass, Carter, 1858-1946 , United States. Department of the Treasury and United States. Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. Statements and Speeches of Carter Glass. 1913-1922, https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/3773, accessed on July 16, 2018.