Statements and Speeches of George Roosa James
- Address at the 2nd Annual Meeting of Stockholders of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Richmond, Virginia
- A Bit of Information and Advice for the Home Folks : An Address to the Annual Convention of the Cotton States Merchants Association at Memphis, Tennessee
- The Relation of the Country Banker to the Federal Reserve Bank : An Address before the Kentucky Bankers Association at Louisville, Kentucky
- A Few Ideas, Comments and Suggestions : Offered to the Joint Convention of the Bankers Associations of Arkansas, Mississippi, and Tennessee at Memphis, Tennessee
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George R. James served as a member of the Federal Reserve Board from May 14, 1923, until February 3, 1936.
James, George Roosa, 1866-1937 and Federal Reserve Board, 1914-1935. Statements and Speeches of George Roosa James. 1926-1932, https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/3774, accessed on February 18, 2018.