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FEDERAL RESERVE BANK
OF NEW YORK
Fiscal Agent of the United States
Circular No. 2141
November 13, 1940

THREE AND THREE-EIGHTHS PERCENT TREASURY BONDS OF 1941-43
NOTICE OF CALL FOR REDEMPTION BEFORE MATURITY

To all Banks and Trust Companies in the
Second Federal Reserve District and Others Concerned:

Following is the text of a public notice of call dated November 14, 1940, issued
by the Secretary of the Treasury:
THREE AND THREE-EIGHTHS PERCENT TREASURY BONDS OF 1941-43
NOTICE OF CALL FOR REDEMPTION
To Holders of 3% percent Treasury Bonds of 1941-43,
and Others Concerned:
1. Public notice is hereby given that all outstanding 3 % percent Treasury
Bonds of 1941-43, dated March 16, 1931, are hereby called for redemption on
March 15, 1941, on which date interest on such bonds will cease.
2. Full information regarding the presentation and surrender of the bonds
for redemption under this call will be given in a Treasury Department circular
to be issued later.
3. Holders of these bonds may, in advance of the redemption date, be
offered the privilege of exchanging all or any part of their called bonds for
other interest-bearing obligations of the United States, in which event public
notice will hereafter be given.
HENRY MORGENTHAU, JR.,
Secretary of the Treasury.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT,
Washington, November 14, 1940.

A copy of the Treasury Department circular referred to in the above call will
be mailed to all banks and trust companies in the Second Federal Reserve District
and others concerned on receipt of copies thereof from the Treasury Department.




GEORGE L. HARBISON,
President.

FEDERAL RESERVE BANK
OF NEW YORK

November 13, 1940.

To all Banking Institutions in the
Second Federal Reserve District:

We are pleased to announce that the Bank of Babylon,
Babylon, New York, has become a member of the Federal
Reserve System effective November 13, 1940.




GrEORGE L . HARRISON,

President.


Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, One Federal Reserve Bank Plaza, St. Louis, MO 63102