Statements and Speeches of Frederic A. Delano
This is a collection of transcripts of public statements of Frederic A. Delano. Delano served as Vice Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board from August 10, 1914, to August 9, 1916, and remained a member of the Board until his resignation on July 21, 1918.
- The Federal Reserve Act and the Place it is to Occupy in American Finance : An Address before the Baltimore Association of Credit Men, Baltimore, Md.
- The Federal Reserve Act and the Place It Is to Occupy in American Finance : Address Delivered to an Association of Business Men, Mauch Chunk, Pennsylvania
- An Address before the North Carolina Beef Breeders and Feeders Association, Pinehurst, North Carolina
- Address at a Meeting of the American Bankers Association at Seattle, Washington
- The Railway Problem : An Address before the Railway Business Association, Waldorf-Astoria, New York City
- Pay as You Go Policy
- Financing the War
- The Federal Reserve System : What It Is and What It Isn't : Address before the University Club, St. Louis, Missouri
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Delano, Frederic Adrian, 1863-1953 and Federal Reserve Board, 1914-1935. Statements and Speeches of Frederic A. Delano. 1915-1922, https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/455, accessed on March 21, 2019.