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Federal Reserve Bank
O F DALLAS

Dallas, Texas, January 25,1952

To the Member and Nonmember Clearing Banks
of the Eleventh Federal Reserve District:
For your information, all Federal Reserve Banks and Branches will be
closed on Tuesday, February 12, Lincoln’s Birthday, with the exception
of the following:
St. Louis
Little Rock
Minneapolis
Kansas City
Oklahoma City
Portland
Seattle

Boston
Richmond
Charlotte
Atlanta
Birmingham
Jacksonville
New Orleans

For your further information, all Federal Reserve Banks and Branches
will observe Friday, February 22, Washington’s Birthday, as a holiday
and will be closed on that date, with the exception of the following:
Atlanta
Little Rock

Minneapolis
Portland

We are informed that Tuesday, February 26, Mardi Gras Day, will be
observed as a holiday by the Birmingham and New Orleans Branches of
the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.
We have been advised by the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond that
its Baltimore Branch, which is normally closed on Saturday, will be open
for business on the following Saturdays during 1952, because these Satur­
days are either preceded by a Friday or followed by a Monday which is
a legal holiday in the State of Maryland:
February 23
April 12
May 31
September 13
October 11
We have also been advised by the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
that its Baltimore Branch will remain closed on all other Saturdays until
further notice.
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

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