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FEDERAL RESERVE BANK
OF NEW YORK

s

Fiscal Agent of the United States

r Circular No. 2 8 7 8
L December 13, 1944 J

SIXTH WAR L O A N

S U B S C R I P T I O N BOOKS T O C L O S E D E C E M B E R 16, 1944
ON CASH O F F E R I N G OF

i y 2 Percent Treasury Bonds of 1966-71
2 Percent Treasury Bonds of 1952-54
1*4 Percent Treasury Notes of Series C-1947
7/% Percent Treasury Certificates of Indebtedness of Series H-1945

To all Banking Institutions, and Others Concerned,
in the Second Federal Reserve District :

The following press statement was today made public:
The Secretary of the Treasury today called attention to the fact that the subscription books for the four issues of marketable securities will close, and the Sixth War Loan
Drive will terminate, at the close of business December 16. These issues are the
percent Treasury Bonds of 1966-71, the 2 percent Treasury Bonds of 1952-54, the 1^4 percent
Treasury Notes of Series C-1947 and the Y percent Treasury Certificates of Indebted&
ness of Series H-1945. Sales of the three issues of savings bonds, Series E, F and G,
and of Series C Savings Notes, will, of course, continue.
Subscriptions for the four issues of marketable securities which are placed in the
mail up to midnight of December 16 will be treated as timely subscriptions. As previo u s l y announced, subscriptions for savings bonds and savings notes processed by the
Federal Reserve Banks or the Treasury up to the close of business December 31 will
be credited to the Drive.

Every effort should be made, within the time now remaining, to promote the
sale of the securities offered in the Sixth War Loan, particularly to individuals.




ALLAN

SPROUL,

President.

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