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Federal

reserve

bank

OF DALLAS

Dallas, Texas, June 25, 1946

To the Member and Nonmember Clearing Banks
of the Eleventh Federal Reserve District:
For your information, all Federal Reserve banks and branches will observe Thursday,
July 4, Independence Day, as a holiday, and there will be no clearing and the books of the
Board’s Interdistrict Settlement Fund will be closed.
For your further information, the following additional holidays will be observed by
Federal Reserve banks and branches during the month of July:
July 2 (Tuesday)

Oklahoma City

Primary Election Day

July 23 (Tuesday)

Oklahoma City

Run-Off Election Day

July 24 (Wednesday)

Salt Lake City

Utah Pioneer Day

July 27 (Saturday)

Dallas

First Primary Election

El Paso
Houston
San Antonio
While Saturday, July 13, Forrest’s Birthday, is a legal holiday in the State of Ten­
nessee, the Nashville Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and the Memphis
Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis will be open for business on that day.
We are transmitting this information to you for your guidance in connection with
transit operations and transfers of funds.
Yours very truly,
R. R. GILBERT
President

This publication was digitized and made available by the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas' Historical Library (FedHistory@dal.frb.org)


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