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FOURTH ANNUAL REPORT
of the

FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK BOARD
covering operations of the
FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANKS
SAVINGS AND LOAN DIVISION
THE HOME OWNERS' LOAN CORPORATION
FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION
for the period July 1, 1935, through
June 30, 1936

JANUARY 25, 1937.-Referred to the Committee on Banking and Currency
and ordered to be printed




UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
WASHINGTON : 1937




Copies of this publication may be procured from the
Superintendent of Documents, U. S. Government Printing Office
Washington, D. C., at 20 cents per copy

LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL
FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK BOARD,

Washington, January 25, 1937.
The SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

SIR: Pursuant to the requirements of section 20 of the Federal
Home Loan Bank Act, we have the honor to submit herewith the
fourth Annual Report of the Federal Home Loan Bank Board for
the period July 1, 1935, to June 30, 1936, inclusive, covering the op
erations of the Federal Home Loan banks, the Savings and Loan
Division, the Home Owners' Loan Corporation, and the Federal Sav
ings and Loan Insurance Corporation.
Respectfully,




JOHN H.

T. D.

FAHEY, Chairman,

WEBB,

WILLIAM F.
FRED W.

STEVENSON,

CATLETT,

H. E. HOAGLAND,

Members.
III




CONTENTS
Page
1-3
-----------------------------------Foreword -------------5-12
The Federal Home Loan Bank Board------------------------------------ 7-8
The Legal Department-----------------------------8
The Personnel Department--------------------------------------8-9
----Examining Division------------------------9-10
----Appraisal Department ----------------------------10
The Review Committee-----------------------------------------10
The Division of Research and Statistics-----------------------10
------------The Department of the Financial Adviser
11
-------The Department of the Budget Officer------11
-------The Department of the Director of Public Relations -11
---------------The Department of the Secretary-----The Home Building Service Plan-----------------------12
---------- --------12
Participation in Exhibits--13-20
The Federal Home Loan Bank System-------------------15
Subscription to Stock of Federal Home Loan Banks---------Advances of the Federal Home Loan Banks -----------------15-16
Loans of Member Institutions--------- -----------16
16-18
Borrowing capacities of members June 30, 1936-------18
Financial Operations of the Federal Home Loan Banks--.-----Other Activities------------------18-19
Federal Savings and Loan Advisory Council --------------19-20
Bank Presidents' Council--------------------------20
Savings and Loan Division ------------------21-26
Authorization --------------------------21
Creation of the Division-------------- ------------21
Work of the Division-- -------------------21-22
Results Obtained------ ----------------22-23
A. Charters to new organizations -----------------22
B. Charters by conversion ------------23
C. Insurance of accounts---------------------25
D. Home Owners' Loan Corporation investments------ --25
Enabling Legislation -----------------------------26
Personnel -----------------------------------26
Receipts and Disbursements--------------26
Federal Savings and Loan System------------------27-28
The Home Owners' Loan Corporation---------------------29-41
Loans to Home Owners----------------------------29
Eligibility ------_--------------------------29
Loan limits------------------------------29
Terms and interest rate--- ---------------------30
Types of financial assistance provided_-------------30
Home Owners' Loan Corporation assistance noncompetitive -30
Loan applications-------- ----------------------30
Loan-closing operations---------------------31
Appraisals------------------------31
Reconditioning--------------------------------31
Bonds Issued, Retired, and Outstanding--_-------------31
Management ----------------------------32
Servicing and Collection of Loans---------------------32-35
Establishment of regional offices------------------32
Collections from borrowers -----------------------34
Loan-servicing division ---------------------34
Property management ------------------------34
Addition to home office building ------------------35
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Page
The Home Owners' Loan Corporation-Continued.
Comptroller's Division ------------------------- 35-36
Organization
--------------------------35
Accounting section-------------------------------,-36
Treasurer's section-------------------------36
Insurance section-----------------------36
Purchase and supply section------------------------37
Legal Department---------------------------37-39
Organization--------------------------37
Advisory-----------------------------------------37
Litigation division --------------------------------38
Servicing division ------------------------------38
Personnel Department--------------- --------------39
Auditing Department----------------------39L-40
Mortgagee Rehabilitation Division---------------40
Summary of Fiscal Operations ----------------------41
Bonds --------------------- -------------41
,Disposition of bonds and commitments issued, capital stock, and
realized income--------------------41
Loans ---------------------------41
Liquidation----------------------------------------41
41
Properties------------------Income and expenses------------------------41
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation ---------42-48
-----------------42-44
Standards and Procedure-----Events of the Year-- --------------- ----44
Growth of insurance------------------------45-46
Future developments and problems-------------------47
Corporation's balance sheets, income, and employees------47-48
Exhibit I. List of member institutions F. H. L. B. System-----------48-107
II. Number of member institutions, shares subscribed, balance
advances outstanding, number borrowers by districts and
States
----------------------108-109
III. Advances and repayments from inception to June 30, 1936- 109-110
110
---------------IV. Interest rates by districts-----V. Combined financial statement of members------------111
---------------112-115
VI. Financial statement of System-----------------116-118
VII. Profit and loss statement119-120
VIII. Analysis of surplus and reserves of banks ----------IX. Home Owners' Loan Corporation investments in savings and
120-121
loan associations by States--------------------X. Number of charters, shareholders, assets, investments, bank
advances, and loans outstanding in Federal savings and
---------121-123
loan associations-------------XI. Summary of loans by Federal savings and loan associations
124
by States-----_-------------------XII. Summary of reconditioning operations by Home Owners' Loan
-----125-127
Corporation -----------127
----XIII. Home Owners' Loan Corporation bond transactions -128
XIV. Property under jurisdiction Property Management Division128
XV. Personnel, number of employees---------------------------129
XVI. Personnel-------------------1--XVII. Disposition of proceeds of capital stock, bonds, and earnings,
130
Home Owners' Loan Corporation_------------XVIII. Progress of the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corpo
130
ration, by States, June 30, 1935, to June 30, 1936------




FOURTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE FEDERAL HOME
LOAN BANK BOARD
THIS REPORT EMBRACES THE FOUR ACTIVITIES DIRECTED BY
THE FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK BOARD
The economic crisis which began in 1929 resulted in the disclosure
of certain inherent fundamental weaknesses in the Nation's home
financing structure. As a result of fear and reduced income the
public ceased investing in home-financing institutions, and funds
available for such financing almost disappeared. At the same time
investors in these institutions, and in particular in those of the sav
ings-and-loan type, withdrew, or endeavored to withdraw, their
funds. As these thrift funds were invested in long-term home
financing, the associations were unable to meet the demand. To re
lieve this situation and to prevent its recurrence in the future, Con
gress in 1932, by the Federal Home Loan Bank Act, created a reser
voir of credit from which home-financing institutions might secure
funds to meet the reasonable withdrawal requests of their investors
and supplement the savings ordinarily received from individual citi
zens to meet the home-financing needs of their communities. The
Federal Home Loan Bank System was thus designed to stabilize and
strengthen the agencies promoting private thrift and individual home
ownership. It is prepared to extend to private home-financing in
stitutions the same type of credit upon essentially the same terms
and conditions as those institutions extend to individual borrowers.
The use of that credit as shown in detail in the later pages of this
report has beeh gratifying.
Before the Federal Home Loan Bank System could be set up and
begin to function, economic conditions had become such that direct
relief for home owners became a necessity. Foreclosures reached
unprecedented figures and millions of our citizens were threatened
with the loss of their homes. Congress responded to this emergency,
in the special session of 1933, by creating the Home Owners' Loan
Corporation, with authority to exchange its bonds for the home mort
gages of citizens in distress. The extent to which the Home Owners'
Loan Corporation has achieved and is achieving the purposes of its
creation is shown by the facts and figures presented later in this
report.
Briefly, it has helped more than a million families to save their
homes. It has contributed materially toward a reversal of the down
ward trend in real-estate values. It has added to the cash resources
of thousands of banks and home-financing institutions by exchang
ing negotiable bonds for frozen mortgages, and it has helped to re
vive and strengthen the desire for home ownership throughout the
country. In the process of collecting the money lent, a duty placed
upon the Corporation by Congress, it has been compelled to foreclose




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on many homes, but it must not be forgotten that all of those homes
were either already lost under foreclosure or in imminent danger of
foreclosure when the Corporation came to the relief of the home
owner and gave him more time and opportunity to save his home if
possible, and on easier terms than had ever before been available to
him. Furthermore, as will appear later, the percentage of' fore
closures, when one takes into consideration all the circumstances
affecting the making of these loans, is surprisingly small.
When Congress, in 1933, came to consider measures for the relief
of distressed home owners, it was also confronted with the almost
equally urgent problem of devising ways and means of reviving and
perpetuating private-home financing.
Life-insurance companies and savings banks had virtually ceased
to make loans for home-financing purposes. Building and loan as
sociations and other similar institutions were not only unable to
meet any substantial demand for home-mortgage money, but, because
of applications for withdrawal of capital by members and investors,
were liquidating as rapidly as their borrowers could pay off their
loans. It was obvious that if the American system of private home
financing was to be revived as a truly effective instrument of indi
vidual home ownership, assistance beyond that afforded by the Home
Owners' Loan Corporation must be given these institutions. There
were, moreover, about 1,500 counties in the United States which, on
June 13, 1933, had no local home-financing institutions whatever.
The Home Owners' Loan Act of 1933, therefore, authorized the
Federal Home Loan Bank Board to organize, incorporate, regulate,
and develop local thrift and home-financing institutions to be known
as Federal savings and loan associations, and to provide for the con
version into Federal savings and loan associations of State-chartered
members of the Federal Home Loan Bank System.
Substantial progress has been made in establishing Federal savings
and loan associations. Public response to these institutions, evi
denced both by the private capital that they have received, and the
home-mortgage loans they have made, fully attests to the wisdom
of Congress in creating them.
The financial panic of 1932-33 resulted in general public loss of
confidence in financial institutions. Runs by depositors compelled
banks, sound and unsound, to close their doors. Demands upon
building and loan associations and other home-financing agencies
for the withdrawal of private savings was of such magnitude and
intensity as to render those institutions temporarily powerless to
serve home-financing needs.
This condition, together with the salutary results from insurance
of bank deposits in 1933, caused the Congress, in 1934, to create the
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation to insure the
shares of Federal savings and loan associations, and upon applica
tion therefor, investments in such similar State-chartered institu
tions as could meet the Corporation's requirements.
The results of this insurance, where tried for any length of time,
have been to substitute confidence for doubt, investment of new
capital for withdrawals, and to assist private thrift and home
financing institutions to resume the financing of homes in their
respective communities.




ANNUAL REPORT OF FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK BOARD

3.

In summary, upon the Federal Home Loan Bank Board rests a
large measure of the responsibility of providing adequate home
mortgage credit for the present and future home owners of America.
The total volume of outstanding mortgages on nonfarm homes,
housing not more than four families, is roughly estimated as of June

30, 1936, at $17,500,000,000.

Of this amount, a little more than one

sixth is held by the Home Owners' Loan Corporation in refinanced
loans which would otherwise have been foreclosed, resulting both in
loss to the home owner and in glutting the real-estate market by an
accumulation of owned real estate in the hands of mortgage-lending

institutions, many of which were already frozen or stagnant.
Exclusive of the $3,000,000,000 of Home Owners' Loan Corpora
tion loans, the mortgages held by member institutions of the Federal
Home Loan Bank System and those eligible for membership in the
System constitute approximately 75 percent of the outstanding mort
gages held by all institutions on nonfarm homes housing not more
than four families.
These institutions are the trustees for the savings of millions of our
people and have been responsible in the past for most of the mort
gage lending on urban homes. Their record of investment in new
and refinanced mortgages during the past year maintains the normal
ratio and is chiefly responsible for the recovery that has been made
by the building industries.
The extent to which the responsibility placed upon the Board has
been thus far discharged is outlined in the following reports of the
four agencies subject to the Board's jurisdit tion.







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OF HOMES ON LONG-TERM AMORTIZED FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS.

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THE FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK BOARD
The Federal Home Loan Bank Board, consisting of five members,
was originally created to organize and direct the Federal Home Loan
Bank System. Subsequently, there was placed upon these same men
the responsibility of administration of three other activities-the
Home Owners' Loan Corporation, the Federal Savings and Loan
System, and the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation.
Three of these four agencies, although born in an emergency and
particularly because of it, are intended to be a permanent part of the
national home-financing structure. Indeed, through them, Congress
has for the first time recognized the vital importance of the housing
problem and has created what may now be called a national home
financing system.
The fourth activity was not only emergency in origin and char
acter but intended to be temporary. The Home Owners' Loan Cor
poration is specifically, by the very act which created it, "directed to
retire and cancel the bonds and stock of the Corporation as rapidly
as the resources of the Corporation will permit. All payments upon
principal of loans made by the Corporation shall
* * * be ap
plied to the retirement of the bonds of the Corporation. Upon the
retirement of such stock the reasonable value thereof * * * shall
be paid into the Treasury of the United States and the receipts there
for shall be canceled. The Board shall proceed to liquidate the Cor
poration when its purposes are accomplished, and shall pay any
surplus or accumulated funds into the Treasury of the United
States." But the liquidation thus directed by Congress, which is
now under way, will in normal course require many years.
In addition to its mortgage operations, the instrumentality of the
Home Owners' Loan Corporation has been employed by Congress for
two other purposes; first, to provide the capital of the Federal Sav
ings and Loan Insurance Corporation and, secondly, to make available
to the savings and loan associations in various parts of the country
funds for use in long-term home financing. The first of these invest
ments made possible the insurance of shares, designed to reestablish
the confidence of investors in institutions of the savings and loan type
and to redirect to them the flow of the savings of the people; and the
second, the immediate placement in those communities where a de
mand for funds for long-term financing existed, of the necessary
capital not immediately available from the particular community.
The first investment will be without expense to the Home Owners'
Loan Corporation, and the second has been and probably will con
tinue to be productive of considerable profit.
All four agencies are united by their common interest in the prob
lem of long-term home financing. The fact that all four are under
the administration of a common board has permitted an economy
and efficiency of administration that would otherwise not have been
possible. This is shown graphically on the organization chart of
the Federal Home Loan Bank Board produced upon the opposite




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page. From that it appears that no less than nine departments
serve all four agencies. This, of course, obviates the necessity of
such departments in connection with each one. These include, in
addition to the Board, which acts for the other activities without any
additional compensation, the legal department, the personnel depart
ment, the examining division, the review committee, the division
of research and statistics (which now includes the mortgagee re
habilitation division), the departments of the financial adviser, the
budget officer, the director of public relations, and the secretary, and,
to a certain extent, the appraisal department.
The Examining Division, for example, which is described in
greater detail later in this report, serves the Federal Home Loan
Bank System in analyzing the applications for membership with
the accompanying data. It makes the supervisory examinations
for the Federal Savings and Loan System. In the case of the
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, it performs
both of the services mentioned, to wit, the analyzing of applica
tions for insurance and the periodical supervisory examination of
insured institutions. All of these analyses and examinations and
the information collected by the Examining Division are not only
available for, but are used by the Board in the consideration of
every application for share purchase by the Home Owners' Loan
Likewise, the review committee, which analyzes,
Corporation.
passes upon, and prepares most routine matters for final Board
action, handles applications for membership in the Bank System,
applications for new Federal charters, conversion, purchase of
assets, transfer of assets, and problems of segregation in connec
tion with the Federal Savings and Loan System, the applications
for insurance, or for transfer of assets for the Federal Savings and
Loan Insurance Corporation, and the applications for share pur
chase for the Home Owners' Loan Corporation. It conducts hearings
for the Federal Savings and Loan System and the Federal Savings
and Loan Insurance Corporation. It deals with many complicated
problems of rehabilitation for all of these activities, and from which
all activities benefit.
One of the functions of the Board is supervision, particularly of
the Federal savings and loan associations and of the State-char
tered associations insured in the Federal Savings and Loan Insur
ance Corporation. A slight amount of supervisign of the members
of the Bank System is also imposed. All of this has been combined
and is placed under the Governor of the Bank System and the
separate activities are relieved from the necessity of maintaining
any supervisory personnel.
Similarly, there is but one general counsel and one legal depart
ment serving all activities. Indeed, in performing a particular
piece of work, the legal department may actually be Serving, at
one and the same moment, two or more of the agencies. The same
thing may be said of the Director of Public Information. A release,
prepared for the press may, and frequently does, cover all oper
ations of the Board. The Federal Home Loan Bank Review, whose
publication is supervised by this department, carries monthly fig
ures showing the progress of all the Board's activities and articles
of value to all interested in the financing of homes. Also, when the




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7

Division of Research and Statistics collects facts concerning home
finance in a particular city, or in the country as a whole, and pre
sents its statistics and analysis thereof, it is for the use and benefit
of all undertakings supervised by the Board. Further references
will be made later to, the interrelation of the present work of the
Board.
Coordination of home-financing operations is encouraging uni
formity of practice in the field. Standardized accounting proced
ure is being adopted to the mutual advantage of investor, borrower,
and institution. Through its various agencies the Board is able
to exert a very considerable influence upon other procedure and
standards in home financing, as, for instance, in the case of appraisal.
With the exception of funds appropriated to encourage local thrift
and local home financing, and to promote, organize, and develop
Federal savings and loan associations and similar associations or
ganized under State laws, the Federal Home Loan Bank Board has,
not operated under any Government appropriation since July 1,
1933, but has been self-sustaining through assessments made against
the 12 Federal home-loan banks, the Home Owners' Loan Corpora
tion, the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, the pro
motion fund referred to, and charges against the associations ex
amined. The following tabulation reflects the receipts and disburse
ments for the year ending June 30, 1936.
Balance as of June 30, 1935-----------------------------

$19,778.07

Receipts:
Assessments against Federal home-loan banks (net) ------Transferred from
Savings and loan promotion, Federal Home Loan Bank
Board----------------------_---Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation ------Home Owners' Loan Corporation-----------------Examining receipts ------------------------------Refunds---------------------------------------

296, 994. 13
52, 134. 03
101, 168. 65
304,913. 53
$388, 630. 17
8, 843. 09
1,152,683.60

Total cash and receipts-----

------------------

1, 172, 461.67

Disbursements:
Salaries -------------------------------- --Travel ------------------------ ------Printing and binding ------------------------Communications---------------------------Supplies and materials _------------------------8-Equipment, furniture, and fixtures------------------Rent -----------------------------------------Photographing and duplicating-------------------Special and miscellaneous------------------------Total disbursements--------------------Balance as of June 30, 1936-------------

--------

-

-

670,232. 58
78, 549. 92
14,855.02
13, 228. 60
, 518. 35
9, 880.67
12, 551. 84
909.05
20,050. 17
828,776.20
343, 685. 47

THE LEGAL DEPARTMENT

The work of the Legal Department has been touched upon in other
sections of this report. The General Counsel, who heads the Legal
Department, is the chief legal adviser of the Board in all its activ
ities and a constant attendant at all Board meetings. On June 30,
1936, there were 1,772 employees in his department, of whom 553



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were lawyers. The organization of the Legal Department and its
particular functions in connection with the Home Owners' Loan Cor
poration and Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation are
explained in the portions of this report dealing with the operation of
those organizations. For the Federal Home Loan Bank Board and
the Federal Home Loan Bank System, a special division of the Legal
Department, under an associate general counsel, furnishes advisory
and technical service and handles the small amount of litigation
which arises.
THE PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT

The Personnel Department is headed by the Director of Personnel.
It handles all pay roll, personnel, and employee problems. It sets
up personnel procedure, salary schedules, recommends classification
of positions, maintains personnel records, carries on employment and
promotional activities, prepares pay rolls, and recommends personnel
appointments or changes to administrative officers and the Board.
It functions through a home office staff and a personnel department
in each of the regional offices. On June 30, 1936, the number of em
ployees in the department numbered 246, of which 110 were con
nected with the Washington Office. The Department serves all
agencies of the Board.
EXAMINING DIVISION

The diverse activities of the Federal Home Loan Bank Board make
it desirable to have a single Examining Division to serve all of the
agencies. This form of organization is mutually advantageous to
the Board itself and to the many institutions subject to examination.
From the point of view of the former responsibility is more con
veniently centralized, and to the latter more efficient examination
is afforded at less cost.
Another step in the development of efficient examination is its
separation from supervision. The examiner now operates solely to
ascertain facts. He counsels with the executives of an examined in
stitution only on subjects relating to accounting methods. His find
ings are reviewed by the proper supervisory authorities and the
necessary recommendations are made by this group.
The specific duties of the Examining Division may be indicated by
the following summarized statement of its activities during the past
year:
(a) Annual examination of 894 Federal savings and loan associa
tions and State-chartered institutions insured by the Federal Sav
ings and Loan Insurance Corporation.
(b) Audit of accounts of 115 Federal savings and loan associations.
(c) Analysis of periodical reports of 3,641 members of the Federal
Home Loan Bank System, as well as those of nonmember associations
insured by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation.
(d) Review of independent audits of associations insured by the
Insurance Corporation.
(e) Analysis of:
(1) Applications of 497 institutions for membership in the
Federal Home Loan Bank System;
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(3) Five hundred and sixty applications for conversion into
Federal savings and loan associations;
(4) Applications of 1,652 associations for investment in their
shares by the Home Owners' Loan Corporation;
(5) Thirty-one applications for the purchase of assets by in
sured institutions;
(6) Fourteen merger or consolidation applications;
(7) Numerous applications for segregation of assets;
(8) Three hundred and ninety-five applications for share in
vestments by the United States Treasury.
(f) Examinations were conducted of
(1) Institutions applying for membership in the Bank Sys
tem;
(2) Two hundred and eighty-seven associations applying for
insurance of accounts;
(3) One hundred and fifty-eight associations applying for
conversion into Federal savings and loan associations;
(4) Two institutions applying for Home Owners' Loan Cor
poration investment.
(g) Audits were made of State-chartered savings and loan as
sociations which did not have a satisfactory independent audit or
where the association requested the Board to make an audit.
(h) Collateral deposited with the Federal home-loan banks as se
curity for advances was analyzed.
The Examining Division, cooperating with State building and
loan supervisors, is preparing forms for joint examinations of in
sured State savings and loan institutions. Uniform annual-report
forms and financial statements have been agreed upon and are in
use in a number of States. When a joint examination form is agreed
upon one examination of an association will suffice for the building
and loan division of the State, the Federal Home Loan Bank Board,
the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, and the Home
Owners' Loan Corporation.
On June 30, the Division had 106 employees. During the fiscal
year, operating expenses for office overhead, travel, subsistence, and
salaries were $393,740.11, and cash receipts from examining fees
were $331,883.02. At the close of the year, current receipts were
approximately equal to current expenses, which ratio, it is antici
pated, will continue.
APPRAISAL DEPARTMENT

In addition to the duties and functions regularly carried on by the
Appraisal Division for the Home Owners' Loan Corporation, it has
also rendered distinct service to the other agencies under the juris
diction of the Federal Home Loan Bank Board. The Division has
established minimum qualification standards for appraisal personnel
and has reviewed the qualifications of approximately 240 appraisers
during the fiscal year 1936 and submitted recommendations for their
approval to the Chief Examiner. The Division has endeavored
through field contacts to improve the quality of the work performed
by fee appraisers approved for service with the Federal Home Loan
Bank Board and has held numerous group conferences throughout
the country for discussion of appraisal problems and procedure.




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Several such meetings were held in Louisiana during the formative
period of the Central Appraisal Bureau of New Orleans which is
composed only of appraisal personnel who have received approval of
the Home Owners' Loan Corporation.
The Appraisal Division has closely coordinated its work of review
ing valuations in the field with that of the Examining Division as
it relates to the examination of assets of those associations desiring
to qualify for insurance or investments in their shares by the Home
Owners' Loan Corporation. To assist in this work, a suggested
appraisal form and guide were approved and distributed to all mem
ber institutions for the optional use of the associations, banks, and
appraisers desiring to adopt the procedure.
THE REVIEW COMMITTEE

During the first part of this fiscal year the Review Committee con
sisted of five members, but during the latter portion the number was
reduced to four. The committee acts as an arm of the Board in
dealing with all applications for Federal charters, for insurance of
shares, for bank membership, for Home Owners' Loan Corporation
investment, for approval of mergers or reorganizations, or sale or
purchase of assets. When a request for any action of this character
arises the committee examines the docket of the particular association
or savings bank or insurance company, gathers all the essential facts,
reviews and analyzes them, and prepares a summary of the financial
information and a recommendation and a proposed resolution for
the Board. It reports to the Board daily, and its assistance permits
the intelligent transaction of a large volume of routine and detail
business. Its field of service is as broad as the field of Board action.
THE DIVISION OF RESEARCH AND STATISTICS

The Division of Research and Statistics is under the direction of
the Director of Research and Statistics. It collects, analyzes, and
distributes a mass of information on conditions generally, and in par
ticular cities, affecting home financing. The Division also gathers,
studies, and reports to the Board upon the statistics of costs and ac
complishments of all the operations under the Board. The Mort
gagee Rehabilitation Division, which is treated separately in connec
tion with the Home Owners' Loan Corporation report, has been con
solidated with the Division of Research and Statistics since the end
of the fiscal year.
THE DEPARTMENT OF THE FINANCIAL ADVISER

The Financial Adviser supplies the Board with all technical finan
cial advice with reference to the issuance, sale, or purchase, or re
funding, or retirement of bonds, and maintains contacts with the
United States Treasury, the Federal Reserve banks,.and the money
markets. He recommends procedures and interest rates on bond
issues, supervises any market operations, and protects the interests
of the Board, the Bank System, the Home Owners' Loan Corpora
tion, or the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, as the




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case may be. He is consulted with reference to the financial opera
tions of the Bank System and by the several home-loan banks on
their own financial problems. Investments by the Federal Savings
and Loan Insurance Corporation are made upon his recommendations.
THE DEPARTMENT OF THE BUDGET OFFICER

The Federal Home Loan Bank Board, the Home Owners' Loan
Corporation, and the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corpora
tion operate on budgets. It is the function of the Budget officer to see
that all the necessary data for the three budgets are collected, set up
in proper shape, and duly presented to the Director of the Budget
and to the appropriate congressional committees. On all personnel
files he certifies to the existence and availability of the necessary
funds.
THE DEPARTMENT OF THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS

The Director of Public Relations heads a small department which
collects, prepares, and gives out to the press and public facts and fig
ures showing the progress of the various portions of the Board's
work. He advises on all problems touching on advertising, and super
vises the publishing and editing of the Federal Home Loan Bank Re
view, which has now entered upon its third year. Approximately
6,000 copies of each edition of the Review are distributed, including
one to each member of the Federal Home Loan Bank System. The
Review carries the monthly record of the progress of the four agen
cies under the Board, and in addition publishes many articles on
current problems of urban housing and finance.
THE DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY

Because of the interrelation in the work of the organizations under
the Board, the position of the Secretary is one demanding executive
ability and constant close attention to detail. The members of the
Board, acting as the Federal Home Loan Bank Board, as directors
of the Home Owners' Loan Corporation, and as trustees of the
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, consider many
different questions at a single meeting, dealing sometimes with one,
sometimes with another, and at times with two or more of these
organizations. The Secretary keeps all actions distinct, writes up
and indexes the minutes separately of the Federal Home Loan Bank
Board, of the directors of the Home Owners' Loan Corporation, and
of the trustees of the Federal Savings & Loan Insurance Corpora
tion. He must also see that official notice of all actions taken is
transmitted to the proper official, department, person, or association.
He is official custodian of the Board's records and seal, and super
vises the very large and growing central filing system, the steno
graphic division, mail and messenger division, telephone switch
boards, and emergency rooms. These divisions serve all of the
agencies under the Board. During part of the fiscal year he had
charge of the very serviceable duplicating division. On June 30,
1936, the employees of the Secretary's Department numbered 190.
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THE HOME-BUILDING

SERVICE PLAN

One other enterprise should be mentioned in connection with the
general activities of the Bank Board. It is being handled by a.
deputy manager of the Home Owners' Loan Corporation in charge
of appraisal and reconditioning. That is the home-building service
plan. Although it was not officially adopted by the Board until
after the end of the fiscal year 1936, plans were laid and worked out
during that period. Briefly, it is designed to enable members of
the Federal home-loan banks at their option to offer home builders
a positive means of obtaining good design and sound construction
through the use of a complete home-building service. This service
comprises advice on sound financing by the member institution and
technical advice and supervisory facilities supplied by the cooperat
ing architectural groups and experienced technicians. Distinguish
ing insignia will be provided to differentiate operations under the
plan from other home-building programs. The plan operates essen
tially as a cooperative local service with only such control by the
Federal home-loan banks and the Federal Home Loan Bank Board
as is necessary to insure that the service offered the home builder is
competent and satisfactory. Groups of cooperating architects were
organized in a number of cities before the close of the fiscal year
and near its end experiments with the plan were conducted in several
cities, including Washington, D. C. The results revealed wide
spread interest in such a plan and exceeded general expectations.
The plan will be further developed and extended during the coming
year. The cost of the preparation of the plan to date has been
nominal.
PARTICIPATION IN

EXHIBITS

Congress by special act authorized participation by Federal
organizations in the Texas Centennial Exposition at Dallas, Tex.,
and the Great Lakes Exposition at Cleveland, Ohio, and made
appropriation therefor. Allotments of these appropriations having
been made to the Federal Home Loan Bank Board, exhibits were
prepared under the direction of the Deputy to the General Manager
of the Home Owners' Loan Corporation showing the nature and
extent of the work of the four agencies under the Board. They
were set up at both Expositions and maintained during the entire
period.




FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK SYSTEM
The Federal Home Loan Bank System was established to provide
local thrift and home-financing institutions with a central reservoir
of credit. It is in structure, and in numerous phases of its operation,
a counterpart of the Federal Reserve System in the field of commer
cial banking. The United States, including Puerto Rico and the
Territories of Hawaii and Alaska, is divided into 12 districts, with
a regional bank in each area. A map showing these divisions
appears on the following page.
Under the law, membership in the Federal Home Loan Bank
System is open to building and loan associations, savings and loan
associations, homestead associations, cooperative banks, savings
banks, and insurance companies making long-term home loans, and
which desire to apply, and are found to be solvent, well-managed,
and engaged in sound and economical home financing. Exhibit 1
is a complete list of the members of the System arranged alpha
betically by States and location. The law requires all Federal sav
ings and loan associations to be members of the System. Member
ship affords many advantages, but the following may be pointed
out:
(1) Prestige and distinction.-The public already recognizes the
advantage of doing business with institutions able to display the
symbol of this Federal System. The System requires its members
to conform to Nation-wide standards, provides them a reservoir of
credit to furnish greater liquidity, and a source of additional funds
should necessity require them.
(2) Short-term advances.-Where the credit obligations of a
member institution (other than advances from a Federal home-loan
bank) are less than 5 percent of its net assets, it may receive short
term credit from its regional Federal home-loan bank without col
lateral. Where its credit obligations are in excess of 5 percent of
its net assets, it may still secure the credit but must deposit collateral.
Advances of a short-term type are utilized primarily to care for
seasonal needs and mature within a year.
(3) Long-term advances.-To accommodate members in the
financing of their long-term program, advances are customarily
made for periods up to a maximum of 10 years, repayable in equal
periodical installments over the life of the advance. Home mort
gages or Government bonds are assigned as collateral.
The membership of the System has shown continuous growth from
its inception. During the past year there was a net increase of 316
members, which was accompanied by an increase in approximate re
sources of $49,000,000. The following statement of membership for
the last 2 years shows this growth as classified according to type of
member institutions:




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Number

State-chartered building and loan associations, savings
and loan associations, cooperative banks, homestead

June 30, 1936,
approximate
resources

Number

June 30, 1935,
approximate
resources

2, 513

$2, 422, 000,000

2, 500

657,000,000
154,000,000
17,000,000

812
9
3

$2, 722, 000, 000

11, 115
Federal savings and loan associations---------------8
------------------..
.
Savings banks---...--------..
4
_-------------------------Insurance companies _

.
------------------- 3,640

3,250,000,000

3,324

3,201,000,000

associations, etc------------------------------

Total--------...........-

-

325, 000,000
139,000,000
15,000,000

1In that portion of the report dealing with Federal savings and loan associations, the number of charters
outstanding is reported as 1,135. At the date of this report, some 20 newly chartered Federal savings and
loan associations were in process of qualifying as members of the Federal Home Loan Bank System.
SUBSCRIPTION TO STOCK OF FEDERAL HOME-LOAN

BANKS

The Federal Home Loan Bank Act provides that each member
institution must maintain an investment in the stock of the Federal
home-loan bank of which it is a member of not less than 1 percent
of the unpaid principal of its home mortgages. A borrowing mem
ber institution is required to increase that stock investment to an
amount not less than one-twelfth of its net advances. As of June
30, the total subscription of member institutions to the capital stock
of the 12 Federal home-loan banks was $26,745,700, of which $26,
413,025 had been paid in. The difference represents the amount due
on subscriptions from members who have been admitted recently
and who are permitted under the act to complete their initial sub
scriptions in installments over a period of 1 year.
The Federal Home Loan Bank Act directed the Secretary of the
Treasury to subscribe for the balance of the capital stock in the
Federal home-loan bank, not subscribed for within 30 days by the
members, in an amount not exceeding $125,000,000. Pursuant to
that direction, he did subscribe for a total of $124,741,000. By the
terms of the subscription the funds could be called for by the Board
as required by the needs of the system, and at the date of this
report $99,342,000 had been called, leaving a balance of $25,399,000
still available. The capital-stock structure of the system as of June
30, 1936, may, therefore, be summarized as follows:
Member in-

Secretary of

Total

stitutions

Subscriptions to capital stock-..----....--------...----------------------------------Less amounts paid--------.....
Balance due on subscriptions--------------------------

the Treasury

$26,745, 700
26, 413,025

$124,741,000
99,342,000

$151, 486,700
125, 755,025

332, 675

25,399,000

25, 731, 675

When this capital provided by the Treasury is exhausted, the chief
present source from which the banks may obtain funds for purpose
of home financing is the money market, in which they are by law per
mitted to sell debentures or bonds. These may be either the obliga
tions of the individual bank or the consolidated obligations of all the
banks.
ADVANCES

OF THE FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANKS

Net advances to member institutions on June 30, 1936, amounting
to $118,586,838, were the highest since the establishment of the Sys
tem. This is a net increase of $39,354,324 over the $79,232,514 out


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standing at the close of the previous fiscal year. Total advances dur
ing the year amounted to $78,195,224, repayments to $38,840,900. In
slightly less than 4 years advances to member institutions totaled
$226,645,106, and repayments $108,058,268. These facts are presented
in more detail on exhibit 2, which shows the distribution by States
of the advances now outstanding, and in exhibit 3, which shows ad
vances and repayments from the beginning of operations.
The Federal Home Loan Bank System has been of material assistance
in reducing the cost of financing to the home owner. As a summar
ized statement of the rates charged by each district bank (exhibit 4)
shows, through funds made available to the member institutions by
the banks, they have been able to pass savings along to the individual
borrower. The current rates charged by the Federal home-loan
banks range from 3 to 3/4 percent per annum, most of the banks mak
ing long-term loans at 3 percent.
LOANS OF MEMBER INSTITUTIONS

The primary source of funds of the member institutions is in the
savings of its local investors. This is apparent in the combined
statement of the assets and liabilities of member institutions as of
December 31, 1935. (See exhibit 5.)
It is clear from this statement that the great bulk of funds which
has been used by the members has come from local sources and has
in turn been used for meeting community needs. Out of more than
$3,000,000,00 of assets, $2,000,000,000 had been invested in first
mortgage loans, $476,000,000 represented real estate owned, and cash
investments consisted of $343,000,000.
As has been stated, membership in the Federal Home Loan Bank
System is a means of supplementing funds secured locally. Although
the use of the Bank System by its members has been gratifying, and
the advances have been mounting rapidly every month since April
1934, the institutions are very far from having exhausted their legal
borrowing capacity, which amounted on June 30, 1936, to $956,740,
878. This was distributed by bank districts and by States as follows:
Borrowing capacities of members June 30, 1936
[Based on latest available information furnished by the banks]
District 1:
Connecticut -----------------------------Maine ------------------------------Massachusetts--_-------------------------New Hampshire -------------------------Rhode Island-----------------------5,
Vermont------------------------------- -Total -----------------------

$7, 900, 314
4, 398, 885
78,294, 914
- 5, 396, 588
367, 851
777,447

------

102, 135 999

District 2:
New Jersey---------------------New York--- -------------------------Total -----------------------




--------

115, 000, 000
85, 000, 000
-

200,000,000

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Borrowing capacities of members June 30, 1936-Continued
District 3:
Delaware-----------_
.-------Pennsylvania--------------------------------------West Virginia-------------------------

$476, 483
43, 482, 064
4, 112, 981
48, 071, 528

Total -------------------------District 4:
--------------------Alabama
---------------------------------District of Columbia-----Florida -------------------------------------------------------------------Georgia
Maryland--------------------------------------North Carolina---------------------------South Carolina--------------------------Virginia -----------------------------Total ------

1, 647, 400
29, 298, 600
4, 217, 200
2, 997, 900
9, 654, 900
8, 254, 600
2, 602, 700
- 4, 607, 800

-----------------------------

District 5:
Kentucky ----------------Ohio----------------------------------136,
Tennessee------------------Total -----------------

--------

63, 280, 600
20, 500, 000
000, 000
3, 500, 000

----

--------------------

160, 000, 000

District 6:
Indiana ----------------Michigan ----------------------------Total ------

25, 616, 365
18, 492, 835

------------------------------

District 7:
Illinois------------------------------66,
Wisconsin----------

44, 109, 200

-----------------

-

Total---------------------------------District 8:
-Iowa---Minnesota -------Missouri -------North Dakota----South Dakota --------

116,157, 250

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

District 9:
Arkansas -------------------------------Louisiana------------------------Mississippi------------------------New Mexico-----------------------------Texas-----------------------------------Total -------------------

Total------------------




5, 350, 000
4, 340, 00
S17,000, 000
1, 680, 000
530, 000
28,900, 000

LUILL
----------------------------------------------

District 10:
Colorado ------------------------Kansas---------------------------Nebraska-----------------Oklahoma ---------------------

154, 970
50, 002, 280

3, 997,118
32, 564,366
1, 411, 168
1, 604,111
24,530,538
64, 107,301

--------------------------------

3, 790, 817
14, 502, 153
3, 321, 358
15,403, 783
37, 027, 111

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Borrowing capacities of members June 30, 1936-Continued

District 11:
Idaho-----------------------------------Montana--- ---------------------------Oregon--------------------------------3,124,
Utah ---------------------------Washington -----------------Wyoming ---------------------------Total_--- ------------------------------District 12:
Arizona-----------------California----------Nevada-------------------------Hawaii-----------------Total--------------------------

$907, 000
, 384, 500
000
2, 245, 500
7, 357,100
396,500
15, 414, 600

------

----------

----------------

298,434
76,260, 198
321,978
656,679
77, 537, 289
956, 740, 878

Grand total -------------

FINANCIAL OPERATIONS OF THE FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANKS

For the fiscal year ending June 30, 1936, the gross income of the
12 district banks amounted to $3,893,777.91, of which $3,281,995.74
was interest earned on advances, $483,386.64 interest earned on in
vestments, and the remainder miscellaneous income. Deductions
from income consisted of $771,642.13 representing the operating ex
penses of the 12 banks, $299,999.96 representing the assessments on
the banks for the expenses of the Federal Home Loan Bank Board
and the general expenses of the national system, $59,275.75 interest
paid on members' deposits, and $45,247.46 interest paid on interbank
deposits, or a total of $1,176,165.30. The net profit of the 12 banks
amounted to $2,717,612.61. Of this amount, $543,522.53 was carried
to reserves, $2,036,621.16 distributed in dividends, and the remaining
$137,468.92 was carried to the unallocated surplus accounts of the
banks. Detailed statements of condition and profit and loss reports
on a combined basis as well as for each of the 12 district banks are
attached to this report as Exhibits 6, 7, and 8. All of the Federal
Home Loan Banks paid dividends during the fiscal period of from
1 to 2 percent per annum.
OTHER ACTIVITIES

During the year the Board created and filled the office of Gover
nor of the Federal Home Loan Bank System and assigned to that
office the responsibility of supervision of the operation of the 12 Fed
eral home-loan banks and, to such extent as might be required, of
the institutions comprising the membership of the System. At the
same time the Board charged the Governor with the larger measure
of responsibility of supervising the Federal savings and loan associa
tions and the other State-chartered institutions whose accounts are
insured by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation.
The officers of the Federal home-loan banks were designated as agents
of the Board and of the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Cor
poration for such supervision and are responsible to the Governor
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investment of the Home Owners' Loan Corporation in the shares of
many of these institutions.
The absence of uniform practices and accounting methods among
the various types of institutions representing the major portion of
the membership of the System has heretofore made it difficult to
assemble comparable data with respect to their operations. Super
vising authorities in the several States required a great variety of
types of reports. Previous reports of this Board have referred to
the problem of securing adequate information from members with
out unduly burdening them. During the past year, as a result of
several conferences held by representatives of the Board, the Na
tional Association of Building and Loan Supervisors and the ac
counting division of the United States Building and Loan League,
agreement was reached upon a standard report form for reflecting
the financial condition of a savings and loan association. The uni
form report blank which resulted from these conferences has been
adopted by the Board for all of its agencies. All or a substantial
portion of the standard report forms are reported to have been
adopted by some 30 State supervisory authorities. The Board pro
poses to continue its cooperative efforts in this direction to im
prove the operating practices of member institutions through more
accurate knowledge of their condition, standards of comparison,
and reduction of their accounting burden by means of standardized
reporting requirements.
FEDERAL SAVINGS

AND

LOAN ADVISORY

COUNCIL

During the year two meetings were held by the Federal Savings
and Loan Advisory Council created by Congress under the act of
May 28, 1935. This council consists of 1 member elected by each
of the 12 boards of directors of the Federal home-loan banks, and
6 members appointed by the Federal Home Loan Bank Board. It
selects its chairman, vice chairman, and secretary, adopts its own
method of procedure, and has power to confer with the Board and
the board of trustees of the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance
Corporation on general business conditions and on special condi
tions affecting the Federal home-loan banks and their members and
the Insurance Corporation. It may request information and make
recommendations with respect to matters within the jurisdiction
of the Board and the trustees of the corporation. At both meetings,
many matters of importance to the agencies under the Board's juris
diction were discussed and recommendations made thereon.
The officers and membership of the council for the year were as
follows:
Mr. I. Friedlander, chairman, ninth district; elected by bank.
Col. Charles B. Robbins, vice chairman, eighth district; appointed
by Board.
Mr. H. F. Cellarius, secretary, fifth district; elected by bank.
Mr. B. J. Rothwell, first district; elected by bank.
Mr. Francis V. D. Lloyd (resigned and LeGrand Pellet elected by
bank to take his place; Mr. Pellet attended second meeting).
Mr. Eustace Seligman, second district; appointed by Board.
Mr. Ernest T. Trigg, third district; elected by bank.
Mr. E. C. Baltz, fourth district; elected by bank.




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Mr. Ivan Allen, fourth district; appointed by Board.
Mr. Harry S. Kissell, fifth district; appointed by Board.
Mr. F. S. Cannon, sixth district; elected by bank.
Mr. Morton Bodfish, seventh district; elected by bank.
Mi. Henry G. Zander, seventh district; appointed by Board.
Mr. H. R. Hanger, eighth district; elected by bank.
Mr. Charles W. Thompson, tenth district; elected by bank.
Mr. Frank S. McWilliams, eleventh district; elected by bank.
Mr. Ralph H. Cake, eleventh district; appointed by Board.
Mr. C. H. Wade, twelfth district; elected by bank.
BANK PRESIDENTS' COUNCIL

The bank presidents' council, created by resolution of the Board,
and consisting of the executive heads of the 12 Federal home-loan
banks, also held two meetings during this fiscal period. It, too,
gave careful consideration to various problems which had arisen
in the field or which were referred to it by the Federal Home Loan
Bank Board for discussion. Its particular attention was directed
to the detailed administration of the bank system and a discussion of
the plans for supervision to be carried out by the officers of the
banks. Each session resulted in recommendations to the Board.
In slightly less than 4 years the Federal Home Loan Bank System
has made substantial progress toward its objectives, and has gathered
around it a majority of the vigorous active associations of the sav
ings and loan type. For these associations it provides a reservoir of
credit and acts as a stabilizer, which activities should be effective in
preventing or materially reducing the effects of any future depres
sion. A major problem, still unsolved, is to so build up the System
as to attract a larger membership among the savings banks and the
insurance companies engaged in long-term home financing.




SAVINGS AND LOAN DIVISION
AUTHORIZATION

The Home Owners' Loan Act of 1933, as amended, authorized the
Board
To encourage local thrift and local home financing, and to promote, organize,
and develop associations herein provided for, or similar associations organized
under local laws. * * * The sums appropriated and made available pur
suant to this section shall be used impartially in the promotion and develop
ment of local thrift and home-financing institutions, whether State or federally
chartered.
CREATION OF THE DIVISION

In 1933, when the Federal Home Loan Bank Board first under
took the responsibility imposed by that portion of the Home Owners"
Loan Act which authorized the chartering of Federal savings and
loan associations, it created the Federal Savings and Loan Division.
This Division was responsible to the Board for the field promotional
work, services in connection with the Treasury investments made in
the shares of the Federal associations, and the supervision of the
associations so chartered by the Board. During the current year,
due to the rapid growth, both in number and assets, of the Federal
savings and loan associations, and the need for more coordinated
supervision through the Federal Home Loan Bank System, this
supervision work was transferred to the office of the Governor of the
Federal Home Loan Bank System.
Additional need developed, however, for service in the field in con
nection with the insurance of accounts by the Federal Savings and
Loan Insurance Corporation, and, as a result, all of the promotional
field activities in connection with the Board's program were concen
trated in this division, and the name changed to Savings and Loan
Division. This action was taken by Board resolution, November 8,
1935, directing the Savings and Loan Division to perform all of the
duties resting upon the Board in connection with:
Field services in connection with the organization of new Federal
savings and loan associations.
Field services in connection with the conversion of existing thrift
associations.
Field services in connection with insurance of accounts by the Fed
eral Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation.
Field services and supervision in connection with the purchase of
securities in savings and loan associations by the Home Owners' Loan
Corporation, under section 4 (n) of the Home Owners' Loan Act.
WORK OF THE DIVISION

The function of the Savings and Loan Division under the resolu
tion just referred to is to present to the officers and the boards of




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directors of thrift and home-financing institutions the various facili
ties offered by the Federal Home Loan Bank Board to promote their
welfare and to enhance the service they render their respective com
munities. This activity is carried on principally through personal
contact by the Division staff of field representatives. During the
past year calls were made by these representatives on savings and
loan executives in approximately 350 cities and towns per month.
Each call was primarily for the purpose of explaining what mem
bership in the bank system means and how it is obtained, or how
accounts of members may be insured, or how a State institution may
convert to a Federal charter, or how, through capital investments by
the Home Owners' Loan Corporation in the association to supple
ment the local savings, the home-financing needs of the particular
community may be cared for. The field representatives are also
charged with the responsibility of initiating the organization of
Federal savings and loan associations in communities not now ade
quately served by home-financing institutions. The responsibility of
the Division, however, and its active assistance does not cease until
an association has completed all the various steps leading to organi
zation and enters upon its proposed program.
Under the direction of Congress, contained in the provision of the
Home Owners' Loan Act referred to, the Division has taken a promi
nent part in rehabilitation programs for those local thrift and
home-financing institutions which were unable to qualify under the
Board's standards of eligibility for insurance or conversion. These
programs included financial and corporate reorganizations, write
downs, and, in many cases, segregation of the sound and liquid
assets from the so-called frozen assets of an association, the former
being used as the initial capital of a new, live, and going institution
and the latter left subject to gradual liquidation. In such a segre
gation, the existing shareholders receive shares in the going institu
tion and shares or certificates in the liquidating corporation or
trusteeship, which together equal their present share holdings.
Such an arrangement does not destroy any existing values, permits
the employment of the sound assets in the normal operation of a
savings and loan association, and offers the shareholder the possibil
ity of recouping his losses through the recovery in value of the real
estate and other frozen assets. The State authorities in a great
many of the States are giving their full cooperation to this work.
Since, however, rehabilitation is most needed in the four or five
States where we find the greatest concentration of savings and loan
associations, and the programs there are either not yet started or
just begun, there is still a great amount of work which this Division
could do. The Home Loan Bank Board believes that this rehabili
tation should proceed as rapidly as possible but it has at present no
funds which it may expend for this special purpose, except the very
small balance remaining in the original promotion fund provided for
this Division.
RESULTS OBTAINED

A. Charters to new organizations.-Chartersgranted during the
period covered by this report to newly organized groups in territories
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total 102, bringing the number of new charters granted by the Board
to 637.
B. Charters by conversion.-The benefits available through the
Federal savings and loan charter continue to attract the State-char
tered thrift associations, and resulted in more Federal charters being
granted during this fiscal year to existing State associations than to
new organizations. The number of charters obtained through con
version during the period was 223, bringing the total number of
conversion charters to 498. One of the interesting developments has
been the comparatively large number of the bigger associations seek
ing the benefits of a Federal charter.
The table on the following page gives the details with reference to
the applications for issuance of charters by months for the fiscal
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C. Insurance of accounts.-The progress of insurance of accounts
is shown at length in the report on the Federal Savings and Loan
Insurance Corporation. The following figures show the results thus
far with associations retaining State charters, in the insurance of
which this Division played a part:
Number of Approximate Number of
Associations total assets Shareholders
June 30, 1936 -----

-----------------

-----------

237

$336, 264,770

419,117

D. Home Owners' Joan Corporation investments.-Practically
all States have now provided the necessary legal authority for in
vestment by the Home Owners' Loan Corporation in their mutual
thrift institutions, and such investment has played and is playing
a most important part in the rehabilitation of the industry and in
the recovery of general business, particularly in the building trades.
The increased lending activity of the home-financing institutions is
due in no small measure to the funds made available through this
program of investment. The $49,300,000, which was made available
to the Treasury for the purchase of shares in the Federal savings
and loan associations only, was exhausted on September 19, 1935.
Since then all purchases have been made by the Home Owners' Loan
Corporation, and the extent to which the member and insured insti
tutions are making increased use of these funds, is apparent in the
following table:
Home Owners' Loan Corporation investment in securities of savings and loan
associations, requests and disbursements (by months)
State-chartered
associations

Federal savings and
loan associaticns

Date
Requests
received
Sept. 30, 1935------------------------Oct. 31, 1935 ..----.----------------------Nov. 30, 1935....-----------------------------Dec. 31, 1935--.---.--------------------Jan. 31, 1936.----...-----.-----------Feb. 29, 1936 -------------------------Mar. 31, 1936
_-------------------------Apr. 30, 1936 .-- -------------------------------------May 30, 1936 .------------------June 30, 1936....-----------

Total-----------------

-----------

-

Disbursed

Requests
received

Disbursed

$1,301, 000 ..---.....
7, 587, 500
$3,888,500

$990, 800
830,000

$150, 000
800,000

1, 141, 700
649, 200
840,000
2,035,000
1, 165, 000
1,858, 500
2,178,600
1,454,100

625,000
505,000
730, 000
675,000
1,770, 000
1,785,000
1,384,600
1,901,000

7,173, 500
5,077,000
3, 542, 600
5,463, 500
4,927,500
5,433,500
7,952, 500
8,422, 000

7, 608, 000
6,270,000
4,467,000
4,358, 600
5,718, 500
5,811,000
6,896, 500
7,799,000

13,142,900

10,325,600

56,880,600

52,817,100

It should be stressed that these purchases of the Home Owners'
Loan Corporation are investments in the true sense of the word. The
Corporation earns on these funds exactly the same rate of dividend
as does any individual shareholder in these institutions, the average
annual rate of dividends received to date being 3-f percent. In mak
ing the investment, the Corporation has bound itself not to ask for
the withdrawal of any of these funds for a period of 5 years from
date of purchase and then at a rate not exceeding 10 percent per
year.
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ENABLING

LEGISLATION

By the end of the fiscal year, 40 States had enacted legislation
enabling State-chartered institutions to convert to Federal charter.
Associations in all but three States were permitted to avail them
selves of the benefits of share insurance through the Federal Savings
and Loan Insurance Corporation. Unfortunately, the thrift asso
ciations in these three States represent a very sizable percentage of
the total assets of all such institutions in the country.
PERSONNEL

Due to the change in the divisional activities during the fiscal year,
the number of employees in the Washington office has been reduced
from 21 to 8 and the number of field representatives from 32 to 21.
The entire personnel is employed by the Federal Home Loan Bank
Board and functions under its direction.
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS

The following tabulation reflects the cash receipts and disburse
ments applicable to the operations of the Savings and Loan Division
for the year ended June 30, 1936:
$384, 650.07
Balance as of June 30, 1935-----------------------Receipts:
Transferred from Federal Home Loan Bank Board- $19, 930. 82
Transferred from Home Owners' Loan Corporation- 11, 534. 67
329. 31
Miscellaneous refunds------------------31, 794.80
----416, 444. 87
Total cash and receipts---------------Disbursements:
$193,133. 57
Salaries------------------------------76, 680. 21
Travel -------------------------------1, 606. 52
Equipment, furniture and fixtures----------1,762.
1,------ 94
-------Printing and binding
1, 031 27
Communications-------------------------------2, 678.48
Supplies and materials----------------------4, 337. 03
Photographing and duplicating------ ---Transferred to salaries and expenses, Federal
52,134. 03
Home Loan Bank Board, special fund -----11, 534. 67
Transferred to Home Owners' Loan Corporation344, 898.72

Total disbursements -----------------------Balance as at June 30, 1938-




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71, 546.15

FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN SYSTEM
Federal savings and loan associations are local, mutual thrift and
home-financing institutions, operating under charters issued by the
Federal Home Loan Bank Board, pursuant to the provision of sec
tion 5 of the Home Owners' Loan Act. Under the terms of the
statute, the Board is authorized "to provide for the organization,
incorporation, examination, operation, and regulation of associations
to be known as 'Federal savings and loan associations', and to issue
charters therefor, giving primary consideration to the best practices
of local mutual thrift and home-financing institutions of the United
States." The law further provides that each Federal savings and
loan association shall become a member of the Federal Home Loan
Bank System, and shall insure its accounts through the Federal
Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation.
To encourage the development of Federal savings and loan asso
ciations and to provide more adequately for the financing of homes,
both the Secretary of the Treasury and the Home Owners' Loan
Corporation have been authorized to make investments in these asso
ciations. The Treasury investment was limited to $50,000,000 and
confined to Federal associations; the Home Owners' Loan Corpora
tion to $300,000,000 in both Federal and such State-chartered asso
ciations as were members of the bank system. Total investments
in Federal Associations under these two appropriations are set forth
in the following summary:
Investments

made

Secretary of the Treasury .-- ------------------------Home Owners' Loan Corporation ----

Total------

-----------

---------------------------

Investments

Net out

retired

stndingt
investments

$49, 300, 000
$77, 000
52, 817,100 -------------

$49, 223, 000
52, 817, 10

102, 117, 100

102,040, 100

77,000

On June 30, 1936, there were 1,135 Federal savings and loan asso
ciations in operation; June 30, 1935, there were 851 associations.
Of the net increase of 284 charters outstanding, 201 arose from the
conversion of State-chartered institutions and 83 were new asso
ciations.
From June 30, 1935, to June 30, 1936, the total number of share
holders of Federal associations increased from 313,576 to 625,853;
the assets of Federal associations from $265,499,189 to $657,534,365;
private investments from $183,823,442 to $432,621,241; the United
States Treasury and Home Owners' Loan Corporation investment
from $30,606,300 to $102,040,100; Federal home-loan bank advances
$15,184,140 to $44,110,502; and mortgage loans outstanding from
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$186,002,814 to $474,519,057. Exhibit 10, attached hereto, shows these
items by States.
The mortgage-lending activity of the Federal savings and loan
associations has been marked. In the year's time they have made
total advances of $165,362,751, of which $48,167,456 was for new
construction, $36,610,456 for the purchase of homes, $56,836,868 for
refinancing, not including the refinancing of mortgages held by the
associations, and $16,434,352 for other purposes. The details of
these advances by States is shown in exhibit 11, attached.
The total dividend disbursement of Federal savings and loan asso
ciations for the 6-month period ending December 31, 1935, amounted
to $7,202,368, the average annual rate being 3.77 percent. For the
6-month period ending June 30, 1936, the dividend disbursement
amounted to $8,263,903, at an average annual rate of 3.77 percent.
During the year the Board placed upon the Governor of the Fed
eral Home Loan Bank System the responsibility for the supervision
of all Federal savings and loan associations. To decentralize that
supervision, the Board designated the officers of the Federal home
loan banks as its agents, subject to the instructions of the Governor.
The benefits to the institutions are obvious. The supervisory con
tacts of a Federal savings and loan association are with its own
Federal home-loan bank, which is also the regional agent of the
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation. One filing of a
report and a single examination serve three purposes. One contact
between the association and officers of its bank provides the oppor
tunity for an intimate understanding of its problems- and leads to
efficiency in supervision through a consistent viewpoint and rulings.
The importance and accomplishments of the Federal Savings and
Loan System cannot be shown entirely by figures. The influence of
the activity of the Federal associations and of their modernized lend
ing plans and practices, particularly the direct-reduction loan, have
had an enormous influence upon the whole savings and loan industry.
Although it is impossible to state accurately the extent of this influ
ence, it is well within the facts to say that literally thousands of
building and loan associations which formerly operated upon the
share-account sinking-fund plan have changed over in whole or in
part to the fairer direct-reduction plan. It is also true that great
numbers of them have discarded the fines and forfeitures and vexa
tious charges of the past. Concisely stated, the establishmenet
of the Federal system and its rapid progress has forced changes in
building and loan practice and procedure of greater moment and
wider extent in the period of 4 years than has occurred in several
previous decades in savings and loan history. It seems likely that
the coming year will see the establishment of fewer new Federals, but
the program of conversions from State-chartered institutions gives
prospect of continuing in considerable volume.
Exhibit 1 shows a complete list of Federal associations in italics,
arranged alphabetically by States and location.




THE HOME OWNERS' LOAN CORPORATION
The Home Owners' Loan Act, approved June 13, 1933, authorized
and directed the Federal Home Loan Bank Board to organize the
Home Owners' Loan Corporation with capital stock of $200,000,000,
to be subscribed by the Secretary of the Treasury on behalf of the
United States Government. It further authorized the Corporation
to exchange its bonds, in an amount not to exceed $2,000,000,000, for
first mortgages on urban homes.
Subsequent amendments to the original act increased the extent
and scope of the Corporation's activities by authorizing the issuance
of bonds in a total not exceeding $4,750,000,000, of which $400,000,000
could be used to finance necessary repairs and reconditioning of
homes securing the Corporation's loans, and $300,000,000 for invest
ment in shares and deposits in qualified home-financing institutions
or for the purchase of obligations of the Federal home-loan banks.
The Corporation was also directed to transfer $100,000,000 of its
bonds in payment for the capital stock of the Federal Savings and
Loan Insurance Corporation.
LOANS

TO HOME OWNERS

Eligibility.-Under the terms of the Home Owners' Loan Act, the
Corporation's authority to exchange its bonds was limited to a period
of 3 years from date of the act, and to mortgages or other obliga
tions or liens secured by urban homes where the instruments evi
dencing these encumbrances were recorded or filed in the proper
office, or executed prior to the date of the act. It included, how
ever, the sale of bonds and the making of cash loans under certain
conditions, and the use of bonds for the redemption of homes lost
by foreclosure or by voluntary surrender within 2 years prior to the
date of redemption.
The original act was amended on April 27, 1934, by further re
stricting the loans to applicants in involuntary default on June 13,
1933, who were unable to carry or refund their existing mortgage
indebtedness. The limitation of date was inoperative if it were
specifically shown to the satisfaction of the Corporation that a de
fault after such date was due to unemployment or to economic con
ditions or misfortune beyond the control of the applicant; and the
requirement of inability to carry or refund was inapplicable if the
mortgages or liens were held by an institution in liquidation. At
the same time the authority of the Corporation to redeem from fore
closure, or voluntary surrender by deed, was extended to all owners
who had lost their homes in such fashion subsequent to January 1,
1930. Later, by the Act to Provide Additional Home-Mortgage
Relief, approved May 28, 1935, the preference given mortgages held
by institutions in liquidation was withdrawn and inability to carry
or refund on the part of the mortgagor became a universal require
ment.
Loan limits.-Loans by the Corporation were limited to 80 percent
of the Corporation's appraisal of the property and could not exceed




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$14,000 in any case. By regulation of the Corporation, a mortgage
or lien subordinate to the Corporation's mortgage might be taken at
the time of the closing of the loan if it did not exceed the difference
between the amount of the Corporation's loan and the Corporation's
appraised value of the property. The security for the loans was
restricted to real estate upon which there was located a dwelling or
'dwellings for not more than four families and which was used in
whole or in part by the owner as his home, or held by him as his
homestead, and. which had a value of not to exceed $20,000 as
appraised by the Corporation.
Terms and interest rate.-The original act granted the home owner
the option of making no payment of principal for a period of 3 years
from the date of the act, if he were not in default with respect to any
other condition or covenant of his mortgage. This privilege was
withdrawn on loans closed subsequent to the enactment of the Act to
Guarantee the Bonds of the Home Owners' Loan Corporation, April
27, 1934. The moratorium, which was claimed by practically all of
the borrowers prior to the amendment referred to, expired on June
13, 1936, and, consequently, at the end of the fiscal period being re
ported upon, all borrowers were being billed for full amortization
payments. Although the act permitted the making of cash loans
under certain conditions, comparatively few were made. Most of
the Corporation's loans, therefore, bear 5 percent interest and are
repayable in cash or in bonds of the Corporation in equal monthly
installments of $7.91 per $1,000 of original loan for a period of 15
years. Some, but comparatively few, as originally made, run for a
lesser period. All loans where the moratorium privilege was exer
cised have been reamortized over a 12-year period which, with inter
est, requires a normal payment of $9.25 per $1,000 of original face
amount of the loan.
Types of financial assistance provided.-In addition to the amounts
called for by the obligations to be refinanced, the Corporation was
permitted to provide, and generally did provide, sufficient funds to
pay delinquent taxes and assessments, pay for necessary repairs, and
meet the incidental expenses of the refinancing.
Home Owners' Loan Corporation assistance noncompetitive.-As
pointed out previously, under the act as amended on April 27, 1935,
no applicant was eligible for a loan who could secure the necessary
financial assistance elsewhere. After that amendment the Corpora
tion consistently followed the policy laid down by Congress and
declined to refinance mortgages where the borrowers could refinance
through private institutions, or individuals, or other established
governmental agencies.
Loan applications.-Between June and September 1933 more than
400,000 applications, totaling $1,194,866,000, were received in the
various State and district offices which had been established up to
that time. By the spring of 1934 the applications were coming in
at a rate exceeding 35,000 per week. This rate declined during the
year to approximately 6,000 per week in November. By that time,
however, a total of 1,750,000 applications amounting to $5,500,000.
000, had been filed, and, as it was apparent that the making of such
of these as were eligible would more than exhaust the Corporation's
available resources, the acceptance of applications was suspended
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until after the act of May 28, 1935, by which Congress increased
the total bonding authority of the Corporation to $4,75000,000,000.
In that act Congress specifically limited the acceptance of further
applications by the Corporation to a period of 30 days, which ended
June 27, 1935. During that period approximately 135,000 additional
applications were made, much less than had been expected, but
increasing the grand total of applications permitted to be filed to
1,885,000, for a total sum of $6,173,000,000. The average applica
tion thus amounted to approximately $3,282.
Loan-closing operations.-In order to take care of this flood of
applications the Corporation opened offices in 48 States, the District
of Columbia, and the Territories of Hawaii and Puerto Rico. To
permit early action, regulations governing the procedure were orig
inally issued in bulletin form to the field offices. As soon as possible
uniform standards and policies were adopted and introduced. The
first manual of loan procedure was issued in the spring of 1934
and has been subsequently revised from time to time in the light of
experience.
Appraisals.-The Corporation's appraisal procedure was based
upon a formula which gave equal weight to:
1. The market value at the time of the appraisal.
2. The cost of a similar plot of land at the time of the appraisal,
plus the reproduction cost of the building, less depreciation.
3. The value of the premises, arrived at by capitalizing the rea
sonable monthly rental value of the premises over a period of 10
years immediately preceding the date of appraisal.
The training of appraisal personnel, and examination and rating
of applicants for appraisal work, proceeded continuously during the
entire 3 years of the Corporation's lending program. At that time
approximately 4,000 appraisers were qualified by the Corporation;
some 1,300 were used in salary appraisal work, and 2,700 for fee
assignments.
Reconditioning.-As has been previously stated, the Corporation
was authorized to include in its cash advances funds with which to
make repairs necessary for the preservation of the property, and
such repairs were generally made a condition precedent to the
refinancing of the mortgages. By the terms of the Act to Guarantee
the Bonds of the Home Owners' Loan Corporation, the authority to
make advances was broadened to include sums for rehabilitation,
modernization, rebuilding, and enlargement of the homes financed.
Approximately 675,000 applications for reconditioning were received
prior to loan closing on June 12, 1936. A preliminary inspection was
made in practically every case; by June 30, 1936, 478,000 applications
had been approved by the loan committee, and nearly 360,000 con
tracts had been awarded for a total of more than $70,000,000. At
the close of the fiscal year, approximately 330,000 jobs had been
completed and approved. A complete summary of reconditioning
operations, with cumulative totals for the country as a whole and by
districts, regions, and States, appears in exhibit 12.
Bonds issued, retired,.andoutstanding.-To
June 30, 1936, Home
Owners' Loan Corporation bonds, including refunding issues and
commitments, had been issued in the amount of $3,742,024,925. Of
this amount, $626,020,050 was issued for refunding purposes. The
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stages of the Corporation's operations, which were guaranteed by
the United States as to interest only. After the passage of the Act
to Guarantee the Bonds of the Home Owners' Loan Corporation,
extending the guarantee to include principal, these 4 percent bonds
were called for redemption. At the end of the fiscal period reported
upon, there were still outstanding bonds of this issue in the face
amount of $3,419,675. In addition to the bonds retired by refunding,
bonds in the additional amount of $67,635,325 have been retired
either through repurchase or through acceptance in repayment of
loans. This left a net liability for bonds and commitments out
standing of $3,048,369,550. A statement showing the coupon dates
of these bonds, the coupon rate, the callable date, maturity date, the
total amount of each issue, the amount refunded and retired, and the
balance outstanding, is set forth in exhibit 13.
In addition to bonds exchanged for mortgages and for the pur
chase of the capital stock of the Federal Savings and Loan Insur
ance Corporation, it was necessary for the Home Owners' Loan Cor
poration to sell bonds totaling $327,767,825, the proceeds of which
were used for the various other purposes authorized by the Home
Owners' Loan Act.
Under the provisions of the act, all payments made by borrowers
on principal of the loans held by the Corporation must be applied
to the retirement of bonds and cannot be used for any other pur
pose. Through June 30, 1936, principal payments, including the esti
mated distribution of unallocated cash on hand as of that date,
totaled $121,593,940.
MANAGEMENT

The administration of the Home Owners' Loan Act is vested in
the board of directors of the Home Owners' Loan Corporation.
These are identical with the members of the Federal Home Loan
Bank Board. The directors select officials of the Corporation and
adopt such bylaws, rules, and regulations as are deemed necessary
for the accomplishment of the purposes of the act.
On June 30, 1936, the principal officials of the Corporation con
sisted of the general manager, auditor, comptroller, general counsel,
secretary, treasurer, and their deputies or assistants. These officials,
through their Washington, regional, and State and district office
staffs, are responsible for the operation of the Corporation under
policies and regulations prescribed by the board of directors.
SERVICING AND COLLECTION OF LOANS

Establishment of regional offices.-During the first months of oper
ation all supervisory activities were conducted from Washington,
and all accounting and treasury records were maintained in the
Corporation's home office. As the business grew by leaps and bounds,
physical limitations on available office space in Washington, as well
as economy of time and effort and efficiency in operation, compelled
a decentralization of administration. Accordingly, in the early part
of 1934, the United States was divided for administrative purposes
into 11 regions, and as rapidly as possible regional office organiza
tions were recruited and established in the most convenient locations
in the districts. A map showing the regions established appears on
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individual loan records have been maintained in their respective re
gional offices, and the administrative control of the Corporation's
local activities has been delegated to regional managers and their
staffs. The home office management and technical staff see that the
general policies promulgated by the Board are carried out, provide
technical assistance 'to the regional offices, and exercise general
administrative control over their activities.
Collections from borrowers.-On June 30, 1936, the borrowers had
been billed for a total amount of $446,184,887, representing $186,386,
933 of matured principal installments and $259,797,954 of matured
interest on loans and advances. Repayments of $330,448,119 had been
made, of which $121,593,940 was applicable to principal and
$208,854,179 to interest (including the estimated distribution of
unposted borrowers' payments on hand June 30). These collections
represent 74 percent of the total amount of matured principal and
interest.
Loan service division.-The collection and servicing efforts dur
ing the loan-closing period consisted largely of direct correspondence
between Washington and mortgagors throughout the country. After
the establishment of the regional offices, steps were taken in each
region to organize a loan servicing procedure adaptable to conditions
in that region. Various systems were tried out. As a result of the
experience under them, a uniform procedure was developed and
incorporated into the Corporation's Manual of Rules and Regula
tions. At this time a loan service division was established for
the purpose of administering this procedure throughout the Nation.
As rapidly as field offices could be provided with loan servicing per
sonnel and equipment, the uniform procedure was put into operation.
All delinquent borrowers were contacted by representatives of the
division to determine the causes of default and possible remedies
therefor, and individual records were established in the regional and
in the district offices. At the end of June 1936 the loan service
division had a total of 5,000 employees. The personnel was dis
tributed as follows: 9 in the home office, 1,235 in the 11 regional
offices, and 3',756 in the 313 field offices.
Property management.-The property management division is
charged with the protection of the Corporation's interests in acquired
properties and properties in process of acquisition. Its primary
function is to liquidate owned properties as rapidly as possible with
out, however, interfering with recovery in the real estate market.
Pending sale, these properties are managed in accordance with sound
real estate practices. Wherever it is practical to do so, the Corpora
tion utilizes the services of responsible real estate brokers.
Immediately preceding the acquisition of any property, a thorough
analysis is made of it for the purpose of determining its proper dis
position. A reconditioning inspection is made in order to ascertain
the extent of reconditioning required to put the property in condi
tion to invite sale or rental. A reappraisal report is obtained to
establish the present market value and sales possibilities. Based on
these field reports and on recommendations of the district or State
office, a decision is reached as to the amount of reconditioning work
to be performed, and whether the property is to be offered for imme
diate sale or is to be rented, awaiting a more favorable sales market.
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the division, of which 5,133 were owned by the Corporation and the
balance were in process of acquisition. (See Exhibit 14.)
Addition to home office building.-Reference has been previously
made to the lack of available office space in Washington during the
year 1934. This forced the Corporation to purchase a building for
its own use. (See second annual report, p. 82.) In spite of the
relief afforded by the new building, however, a rapid increase of the
Corporation's business compelled it to continue the rental of addi
tional space in the Standard Oil Building and to retain the offices
occupied by its executives on the seventh floor of the New Post Office
Building. The inconvenience and lost time due to this separation of
the departments and employees of the Corporation led to the de
cision to construct an addition to what had been known as the HOLC
Building for the purpose of housing in one structure the entire
Washington organization of the Home Owners' Loan Corporation
and the allied activities under the control of the Federal Home Loan
Bank Board.
With the approval of the President, the Federal Home Loan Bank
Board, by resolution on October 18, 1935, formally authorized the
Home Owners' Loan Corporation to turn the necessary funds over
to the procurement division of the Treasury Department. It was
stipulated, however, that while the preparation of plans and the con
struction of the building were to be handled by the procurement
division, the general direction of the work was to be carried on by
the Deputy to the General Manager of the Home Owners' Loan Cor
poration.
Decision was made to construct a 10 story and basement addition,
having a ground floor area of 13,000 square feet and an estimated
cubic content of 1,641,000 cubic feet, the exterior of the building to
harmonize with the existing structure. Preliminary drawings were
approved on February 26, 1936, and the working plans an'd specifi
cations were completed in April. Bids were taken thereon and the
general contract was awarded to James Stewart & Co. on May 21,
1936, in the amount of $1,446,700. Additional contracts awarded
separately amounted to $128,202, bringing the total cost as of June
30, 1936, to $1,574,902.
Excavation began on the morning of May 27, 1936, and the first
concrete foundations were poured on June 16. The contract calls
for the completion of the work within 300 calendar days from May
21, 1936. Construction progress schedules have been prepared for
checking and expediting the progress of the work so that it may be
completed within the time stipulated.
COMPTROLLER'S DIVISION

Organization.-The Comptroller is responsible for maintaining all
accounting and financial records, and is custodian of the Corpora
tion's assets. The Comptroller's organization consists of four sec
tions, namely: accounting, treasury, insurance, and purchase and
supply.
Originally, the Comptroller's functions were centralized in the
home office. Arrangements for decentralization to the 11 regional
offices were started with the organization of the Boston Regional
Office in June 1934. By the end of the year, regional accounting,




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treasury, and insurance sections had been established in all regions.
The purchasing section was retained in Washington to permit more
economical purchase and use of equipment and supplies than would
be possible on a decentralized basis.
Accounting section.-The regional accounting sections maintain
complete records of all transactions affecting borrowers' accounts with
the Corporation. Standard uniform reports are submitted by all
regional offices to the home office, for consolidation into the Corpo
ration's general books.
A staff of field representatives, under the direction of the Comp
troller, maintains personal contact with regional offices, establishes
uniform procedure, and provides supervision and assistance for
regional accounting sections.
The accounts maintained in regional offices are subject to examina
tion by the Auditor of the Corporation, and current transactions are
verified by his staff.
With the completion of loan-closing operations, in June 1936,
the accounting section was relieved of the burden of establishing
new loan accounts and is now studying means for maintaining more
adequate control of functional costs of operation, and more detailed
analyses of the Corporation's financial condition.
Treasurer'ssection.-Custodianshipof mortgage-loan dockets, the
receipt of Corporation funds, and the disbursing activities of the
Corporation are under the supervision of the Treasurer.
To assist borrowers in making payments on their loans, the
Corporation on June 30, 1936, had 195 collection offices throughout
the country, to receive and transmit payments to the regional offices.
Insurance section.-The protection of the Corporation's home
mortgage investment against fire, wind, and other hazards is under
the supervision of the insurance section. It is one of the duties
of this section to see that the insurance requirements of the Corpo
ration are consistent with the provisions of the laws of the several
States and conform to the various types of insurance coverage and
contracts required by local conditions.
At the time the loans were made, the Corporation required insur
ance, but permitted the borrower to arrange for the purchase of
insurance through local agents, and in case he was unable to pay
the initial premium, it was included in the original loan. In order
that the Corporation might have complete protection, it also secured
a contract protecting it against errors and omissions.
Following out the policy of the Corporation not to interfere with
local insurance practices, or the rights of borrowers to secure through
local insurance agents insurance necessary to meet the Corpora
tion's requirements, it has participated in the adjustment of insur
ance losses only where it finds that an equitable adjustment is not
being made and the interests of the Corporation are not fully
protected.
As of June 30, 1936, this section was servicing approximately
2,500,000 insurance policies. All of these have been examined to
determine that they meet the requirements of the Corporation and
to make certain that nonstandard clauses and conditions, which
might defeat recovery or prevent an equitable adjustment in the
case of loss, are not incorporated therein. Through a careful and
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ber of premiums which it has been necessary for the Corporation
to advance on behalf of borrowers has been reduced from approxi
mately 50 percent in 1934 to 10 percent in 1936. To the end of the
fiscal year there had been 57,629 losses for a total of over $6,500,000.
These losses, except in a few cases, were fully covered by the policies,
and promptly paid by the insurance companies.
Purchase and supply section.-At the outset of the Corporation's
activities the immediate need for the speedy organization of State
and district offices made it necessary that many purchases of equip
ment and supplies be made from local dealers by the local officials.
A large amount of equipment was also borrowed from other Govern
ment agencies, National, State, and municipal.
Since 1934, however, all purchases, except inconsequential items
or supplies required to meet. local emergencies, have been made
through the purchase and supply section of the home office. By
this means the Corporation has been able to take full advantage of
economies made possible by large orders of standard supplies and
equipment which could not have been realized if the purchases had
been made in small quantities through local dealers.
The purchase and supply section maintains an inventory of the
nonexpendable equipment in all the offices of the Corporation. With
the cessation of lending operations, which resulted in the closing of
some offices and reductions in others, many and frequent changes in
this inventory are necessary. The curtailment of operations also
resulted in the accumulation of surplus equipment, which the pur
chase and supply section is now liquidating as rapidly as possible.
Rented and borrowed equipment is being replaced from the surplus
equipment and such as is not in use, or that there is no reasonable
prospect of using, is being sold. A considerable stock of standard
supplies and equipment is maintained in the home office and shipped
to the various regional offices upon requisition.
LEGAL DEPARTMENT

The nature of the business conducted by the Home Owners' Loan
Corporation necessarily requires an unusual amount of legal work.
The services of the General Counsel to the other agencies of the Board
have been described in a previous portion of this report, but the more
complicated nature of the service which he and his department per
form for the Home Owners' Loan Corporation requires a more de
tailed statement here.
Organization.-Withparticular reference to the work of the Home
Owners' Loan Corporation, the legal department is organized in three
divisions-advisory, litigation, and servicing.
Advisory.-In addition to the legal advice to the board of direc
tors, the advisory division deals with all legal problems in the in
ternal operation of the Corporation, including advice in connection
with bond issues or retirements and negotiations with Treasury offi
cials; advice to the auditing department, including matters grow
ing out of the exceptions in the auditing reports; advice to the
accounting section, covering also many miscellaneous problems in
connection with credits and fire-insurance losses.
The division contains a briefs section, which is provided with a
library, briefs many questions, and reviews briefs made by the legal
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A regulations section drafts rules and regulations as instructed
by the Board, or as requested by departments, and negotiates with
the executives and the board of directors in connection with them.
Litigation division.-The litigation division supervises, through
a general litigation section, all litigation except foreclosure actions.
During the fiscal year this involved the handling of 3,780 lawsuits,
in 296 of which the Corporation was plaintiff.
The increasing number of foreclosures required the organization,
during the year, of a special foreclosure section. Only a few fore
closures had been authorized, however, prior to June 30, 1936.
As the Corporation has adopted the policy of carrying its own
fidelity, casualty, and public liability risks, the litigation division
maintains a claims section to handle all claims of such character,
as well as all claims filed with the United States Employees' Com
pensation Commission on behalf of employees.
From the early days of the Corporation, an investigation section
has been maintained in the litigation divison to investigate all
alleged volations of criminal statutes in any way connected with
the operation of the Corporation. More than 4,000 such cases were
referred to the section during the fiscal year, of which 1,126 were
pending at its close. After investigation of the charges by this
section, appropriate administrative action is taken, and if it appears
in any case that there has been willful violation of the criminal
statutes, such case is referred for prosecution .to the Attorney Gen
eral of the United States and to the United States district attorney
in the proper district.
Servicing division.-Between June 30, 1935, and June 30, 1936
the servicing division of the legal department, through its exam
ining section, supervised the closing of 137,795 loans, and through
its reconditioning section, the award of approximately 110,000 con
tracts of reconditioning. These latter involved approximately $25,
000,000, and the clearance of all laborers', mechanics', and material
men's liens.
Through the tax section of the servicing division, an accurate
record is maintained with reference to the tax status of every piece
of property, somewhat over a million, upon which the Corporation
holds a lien, or which it owns. The size and complexity of the task
can be better appreciated if one recalls that, on the average, every
piece of property is subject to taxation by five governmental units.
It is also the function of the tax section to authorize the payment
of taxes on account of the borrowers, where necessary to protect the
lien of the Corporation. In the performance of this duty it saw to
the payment of approximately $1,500,000 in taxes during this fiscal
period. It performs the same service with reference to acquired
properties. The amount of taxes on these paid for the period was
$900,000.
As previously indicated, the fiscal year covered by this report saw
the establishment of loan servicing and property management. This
required the creation of a loan service section and a property service
section, to give advice to, and perform such legal duties as would be
required by, these vital operating divisions.
All sections of the legal department which have been referred to
generally have corresponding sections in the regional offices. The
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States by the State counsel and his staff. The salaried staff of attor
neys in the Washington, regional, State, and Territorial offices on
June 30, 1935, consisted of 939 attorneys; on June 30, 1936, 541. In
addition, the Corporation employed, during the fiscal year, from time
to time, several thousand attorneys to examine titles, draw papers,
and close loans in their own offices in the communities where home
owner borrowers resided. The Corporation also employed a few
lawyers to handle certain litigation on a fee basis.
From the start of lending operations the legal department began
the creation of a list of lawyers to be used as fee attorneys in con
nection with loan closing. During this fiscal year a new list of
lawyers, to be used in the foreclosure work, was compiled and ap
proved, and the fees for the services in the different States and com
munities were fixed and agreed upon. A smaller list of attorneys was
selected for the foreclosure work on a fee basis, but most of them
were attorneys who had been tried out in connection with loan
closing.
PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT

The personnel department was organized to meet the personnel
problems incidental to the rapid growth and the unusual nature and
size of the organization. The development of the Corporation in
volved the selection and classification of over 20,000 employees located
in some 300 different offices. To meet the urgent demands for quali
fied workers with the least possible delay, local officials of the Cor
poration originally made selections of personnel in accordance with
their own standards.
Pursuant to the Executive order approved by the President of the
United States on June 21, 1934, the personnel department classified
the positions of the employees under the provisions of the Classifica
tion Act of 1923, as amended, subject to the review and revision by
the Civil Service Commission. It also developed standards of selec
tion, procedure, and uniform salary schedules adjusted to varying
local requirements.
Since the organization of the regional offices in the fall of 1934,
the administration of personnel matters has been correlated by con
trol, planning, and recording units in the personnel departments of
the Washington and regional offices. These units handle all pay-roll
and leave matters and establish plans and standards for the field
operations of the personnel department.
This activity has led to a well-organized personnel procedure
whereby selections are based on carefully prepared tests in which
the qualifications of applicants are compared with standard minimum
requirements, and wherein an essential feature is a standard plan of
salary administration, based on the accurate classification of all
positions.
Exhibits 15 and 16 show the number of employees carried on the
Corporation's pay roll during the fiscal year 1936.
AUDITING DEPARTMENT

The auditor is responsible for the proper audit of all accounts of
the Corporation. In addition, his division reports to the Board on
all infractions of rules and regulations, as prescribed by enabling
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and general governmental standards and regulations, as they develop
in the normal course of its activities.
The auditing department, during the fiscal year July 1, 1935, to
June 30, 1936, preaudited and certified for payment by the Treasurer
of the Corporation approximately 375,000 vouchers aggregating
approximately $33,000,000 for all general operating expenditures,
and preaudited and certified for payment disbursements made by the
various treasurers in the regional offices.
Up to June 30, 1936, this department had concluded 106 regional
office, State office, and special audits, of which number 58 were com
pleted during this fiscal year's operations, and 1,024 regular audits
of collection offices maintained in the various States. Reports cover
ing these audits were submitted to the Board and to the various
departments involved. Audits are being maintained on an annual
basis for State and district offices and for lesser periods on collection
offices.
An audit was made of mortgage loans refinanced by the Home
Owners' Loan Corporation, and all exceptions to the required stand
ards were noted. Apparent overpayments in loan settlements with
the mortgagees were submitted, in accordance with regulations,
through the regional managers to the adjustment department in
Washington. Recoveries of overpayments previously submitted were
reported and credited to borrowers' accounts. In addition, the re
gional supervising auditors prepared schedules of loans which were
paid in full, and these were reviewed by the home office.
A continuous internal audit is conducted of borrowers' accounts
and property accounts. The application of the receipts and disburse
ments is checked and properly cleared through the records of the
Corporation.
MORTGAGEE REHABILITATION DIVISION

By the summer of 1935 the Corporation had closed more than
900,000 loans; the Federal Home Loan Bank Board had chartered a
very substantial number of Federal savings and loan associations;
the program of the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation
was getting well under way; the lending activities of the Federal
home-loan banks were increasing steadily, and the necessity of pro
viding the Federal Home Loan Bank Board and its affiliated agencies
and executives with current, accurate, and comprehensive informa
tion as to real-estate and mortgage conditions throughout the country
became apparent.
As a result the Board, on July 28, 1935, created the mortgagee
rehabilitation division to conduct a Nation-wide survey of mortgage
and real estate conditions. After careful analysis it was determined
that the activities of this investigation should be confined to cities of
40,000 population and over. A field and office staff of approximately
22 people was organized, and, after careful study of the problem in
volved, operations were started in August 1935. To date this divi
sion has completed the survey of 92 cities, and it is anticipated that
surveys of the remaining cities over 40,000 population can be com
pleted by March 1937.
Reports of completed surveys furnish the Board and the executives
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mation covering every phase of mortgage and real estate activity in
the communities covered.
SUMMARY OF FISCAL OPERATIONS

During the fiscal year 1936 the Corporation completed the follow
ing operations:
Bonds.-Bonds and commitments issued through June 30, 1936,
totaled $3,742,024,925. Of this amount, $626,020,050 have been re
funded, and $67,635,325 retired, leaving a net outstanding bond and
commitment liability of $3,048,369,550. (See exhibit 13.)
Principal repayments from borrowers, exclusive of unallocated
funds, have amounted to $121,040,611, of which $67,635,325 have been
used for the retirement of bonds and the balance of $53,405,286 are
held in the bond retirement fund available for that purpose.
Disposition of bonds and commitments issued, capital stock, and
realized income.-The disposition of proceeds of bonds and commit
ments issued, capital stock subscribed by the United States Treasury,
and realized corporate income to June 30, 1936, is set forth in
exhibit 17.
Loans.-Of 340,470 applications pending on June 30, 1935, 136,935
cases were eligible for Home Owners' Loan Corporation loans, which
were consummated prior to the termination of loan-closing activities
on June 12, 1936. Through that date a total of 1,018,390 loans, in
the gross amount of $3,092,870,784, had been closed. This amount
includes approximately $75,000,000 lent for necessary repairs and
reconditioning incidental to refinancing operations.
Liquidation.-Through June 30, 1936, borrowers had been billed
for a total amount of $446,184,887, representing $186,386,933 of
matured principal installments, and $259,797,954 of matured interest
on loans and advances. Repayments, including unallocated cash on
hand on June 30, 1936, totaled $330,448,119, representing 74 percent
of the total amount of matured principal and interest. Of this
total, $121,593,940 represents principal and $208,854,179 interest,
including the estimated distribution of unallocated cash.
Properties.-As of June 30, 1936, 5,133 properties were owned by
the Corporation, and 23,542 were in process of acquisition.
Income and expenses.-During the fiscal year 1936, the total in
come of the Corporation from all sources amounted to $147,214,437.
After deducting expenses, in the amount of $150,947,877, which in
cludes reserves for fidelity and casualty losses in the amount of
$300,000, the deficit for fiscal year 1936 amounted to $3,733,440, bring
ing the total deficit on June 30, 1936, to $34,024,396. This deficit is
principally attributable to the expenses incidental to the closing of
loans which were charged as incurred. If no change is made in the
interest rate and if economic conditions continue to improve and if
no impediments are placed in the way of collection, this deficit should
be eliminated by earnings during the 15-year term of the loans.
Ample reserves for losses on delinquent interest and losses on ac
quired properties are being charged against current earnings. With
the reduction in loan operations, monthly administrative expenses
declined from $3.54 per loan during June 1935 to $2.57 in June 1936,
but, to offset this, the cost of servicing the loans and of handling the
properties necessarily acquired will increase rapidly for some months.




FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE
CORPORATION
The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation was cre
ated by Congress under title IV of the National Housing Act, ap
proved June 27, 1934. It was established for the primary purpose
of restoring and strengthening the confidence of the public in the
savings and loan type of thrift and home-financing institution. In
this way, it was believed, the flow of new investment into these
institutions would be stimulated, thus enabling them to care for the
home-financing needs of the territory served.
Promptly upon the approval of the act the corporate organiza
tion was set up by the Board, and the Home Owners' Loan Cor
poration, as directed by the act, subscribed and paid for the entire
capital stock of $100,000,000. After careful preliminary confer
ences, the trustees of the Corporation then prepared and published
rules and regulations governing its operation. Although all Fed
eral savings and loan associations were required by the act to apply
for and obtain insurance of shares, the insurance of accounts was
optional for all other eligible institutions. From the beginning
the work of organization of the Insurance Corporation was greatly
simplified by the fact that the trustees were able to use for the
benefit of the Corporation the field representatives and the technical
legal staff already assembled and trained in the allied activities of
the Federal Home Loan Bank Board.
STANDARDS

AND

PROCEDURE

An application for insurance originates with the individual asso
ciation, and is filed by it with the Federal home-loan bank of its
district. There it is reviewed and forwarded to the Board with
the bank's recommendation as to appropriate action. In Washing
ton it is first sent to the Legal Department for an opinion relative
to the legal eligibility for insurance, the applicant's contingent lia
bility on outstanding securities or other contracts, and an analysis
of its form of securities, its charter, and bylaws. The review com
mittee, then having before it the financial and operating statements
with supporting data and the opinion of the Legal Department, re
views all of the information at hand and makes its recommendation
to the board of trustees.
The Board may approve the application for insurance either con
ditionally or unconditionally. If it finds that an applicant is not
at present insurable, it may recommend such changes and adjust
ments as it deems necessary. It has been the aim of the Corporation
at all times to make constructive suggestions so that as many as
possible of the applicant associations could receive the benefits of
insurance. Through this process certain standards of eligibility
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have been developed which are applied with uniformity throughout
the Nation. By virtue of the express provisions of the law and of
the mutual character of the Corporation, no institution can be
insured which has an impaired capital. It is equally important that
the applicant evidence good management, with sound policies for
economical home financing. The future growth of the applicant
cannot be assured unless it can demonstrate its ability to operate
normally, caring for its withdrawal or repurchase demands, and
paying an earned dividend sufficient to hold existing investments
and to attract new capital.
As stated previously, arrangements were made during the year to
provide supervision for the institutions insured by the Federal Sav
ings and Loan Insurance Corporation through the Governor of the
Federal Home Loan Bank System and the officers of the 12 Federal
home-loan banks. This supervision extends not merely to matters of
statute and regulations, but undertakes to guide, encourage, and,
if necessary, assist the management and directors of individual asso
ciations in the proper development of sound thrift and home-financing
policies. This supervision is not separate from, but combined with,
the supervision of Federal savings and loan associations and of those
institutions in whose shares the Home Owners' Loan Corporation
has made investment. It depends basically upon the reports of
examination made annually by the Examining Division of the Fed
eral Home Loan Bank Board; but it adds to the suggestions of the
examiner the element of leadership by the presidents and other
officers of the home-loan banks.
A great deal of the constructive or forward-looking work done
by the Corporation has a legal or semilegal character. This may
be illustrated by the following outline of matters now in process:
1. Further development of illustrative forms of securities, satis
factory to the State supervisory authority and the Insurance Corpo
ration. The following States have approved mutually satisfactory
certificate forms: Alabama, California, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa,
Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, New York,
North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia,
Washington.
2. Preparation, upon the request of superviors in certain States
and with the advice of bank counsel and State law officers, of model
forms of charter and bylaws for use by insured institutions, par
ticularly in relation to issuance of approved forms of securities.
3. Conferences and cooperation with State authorities in develop
ment of comprehensive programs for rehabilitation and insurance
of State-chartered institutions, notably in California, Colorado,
Georgia, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Min
nesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New York, North Carolina,
Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, Washington,
and Wisconsin.
4. Development of corporate structural factors of safety of the
investment of shareholders.
5. Development of legal procedure for rehabilitation or reorgani
zation of State-chartered institutions applying for insurance.
6. Provisions for eliminating, in connection with insurance of
institutions, potentially or actually dangerous contractual under
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takings through bylaw amendments, exchange agreements, and re
vised security forms.
7. Opinions on various State and Federal tax situations.
8. Avoidance of inadvertent infractions of State statutes, e. g.,
by revisions of note and mortgage forms submitted to eliminate
usurious or harsh interest provisions.
9. Cooperation with State agencies in the study of amendments
of State statutes, looking toward better regulatory procedure and
more uniform approved practices and standards.
EVENTS OF THE YEAR

During the year there have been a number of interesting develop
ments which deserve mention.
On December 1, 1935, a General Manager was appointed.
Convenience and economy dictated the creation of a National
Examining Division, with headquarters in Washington, for the pur
pose of performing the examining work required for all of the
Board agencies. The cost of the examining work, with the excep
tion of the Washington expense, is reimbursable and is billed to the
association examined. It was found by experience that the neces
sary delay between performance of the work and the rendition of
a bill required a substantial working capital, and the Insurance
Corporation and the Home Owners' Loan Corporation each advanced
$100,000 for this purpose. These advances will be repaid as soon
as sufficient cash surplus has been accumulated by the Board.
During the year the Corporation prepared and distributed a
pamphlet of questions and answers regarding insurance of accounts.
It also had prepared and mailed to all insured associations a booklet
suggesting advertising methods and ideas, and it encouraged the in
sured associations to use every effort to acquaint the public with the
advantages of share insurance.
The rules and regulations of the Corporation were amended in
several important respects-most important, probably, was the
amendment providing for a hearing upon any changes in the rules
and regulations if such hearing is requested by 7 members of the
advisory council or by any 50 associations. The provision with
reference to the accumulation and maintenance of the insurance
reserve was liberalized and a graduated schedule of fidelity bond re
quirements was fixed for associations with assets exceeding $1,250,000.
A dividend was declared at the rate of 3 percent per annum upon
the capital stock of the Corporation for the period January 1 to
June 30, 1935, but after a study of the risks which had been assumed
by the Corporation and the reserves accumulated it was decided not
to declare a dividend for the subsequent 6 months' period. For the
present an amount equal to the sum required to pay such a dividend
is to be placed in a contingent reserve account.
During the early part of the year the entire examining expense,
including the expense of the Washington office, had been charged to
the applicant associations. It was decided, however, that this was
imposing too large a burden upon them, and the practice was altered
so that the associations were billed for the expense of the Examining
Division in the field; and the cost of the Washington office and of
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poration, the Home Owners' Loan Corporation, and the Federal
Home Loan Bank Board.
Conferences were held during the year with the State supervisors
in an effort to work out common problems. An arrangement was
entered into for joint examinations to be conducted by representa
tives of the State supervisors' departments and the Examining Di
vision. The advantages sought in this arrangement were a reduc
tion in direct expense to the association and a minimizing of the
inconvenience and interruption to business caused by any examina
tion. The plan was not adopted early enough in the year to permit
much experience with it, but there can be no doubt of the advantages
to be derived through such cooperation between supervising agencies.
Various conferences have also been had with representatives of
the Building and Loan Department of the State of Ohio, the Bank
ing Department of the State of New Jersey, and a committee of the
New Jersey Building and Loan League in an effort to work out plans
for State-wide programs of rehabilitation.
The field representatives of the Savings and Loan Division of the
Federal Home Loan Bank Board have been promoting the insurance
of shares since the inception of the Corporation, but during the year
a reorganization of that Division was effected by which the field
men spent more time and placed more emphasis upon the promotion
of insurance and the servicing of insured associations. The Federal
Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation has contributed monthly
to the Federal Home Loan Bank Board a sum to compensate for this
service.
Early in the year the budget officer of the Federal Home Loan
Bank Board was approved by the trustees as budget officer also for
the Insurance Corporation, with the duty of seeing that proposed
budgets were in proper form and fairly presented to the Director of
the Budget. In addition the budget officer certifies on all personnel
files the sufficiency of funds to meet the additions to the pay roll.
The Corporation has, in fact, operated well within its budget during
this fiscal year.
Under the act it is the duty of the trustees to fix at the end of each
year an equitable contribution to be paid by associations applying
for insurance. The purpose of this contribution is to equalize, so
far as possible, the contributions to the reserve fund which have been
made by all insured associations. The equitable contribution for as
sociations applying after June 27, 1936, was fixed at 3 cents per $100
of insurable accounts and creditor obligations.
Growth of insurance.-Duringthe year June 30, 1935, to June 30,
1936, the Insurance Corporation has made distinct progress toward
achieving the purpose of its creation. Where associations have taken
out insurance the general result has been that withdrawals have
ceased and in many places funds have begun to flow back into the
associations in increasing amounts. The universal testimony from
all parts of the country is to the effect that the insurance of shares is
restoring the confidence of the people in the savings and loan type
of thrift institutions. The job is by no means completed but a sub
stantial beginning has been made. Such figures as are available
show a greater lending activity among the insured associations, both
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A chart is attached as exhibit 18 which shows in detail the progress
of the Corporation by States. It will be observed that at the be
ginning of the year 774 Federal associations, with assets of $286,000,
000, were insured. Of that number, 505 were newly formed Federals
and 269 converted from State associations. At the end of the year
there were 1,099 Federal associations with assets of $582,000,000; 618
were newly, formed Federals and 481 converted associations. At the
beginning of the year 44 State-chartered associations had insurance
and their assets totaled $135,000,000. At the end of the year 237
had received insurance and their total assets were $332,000,000. The
net increase in insured associations during the year was 518, or 63
percent, and the increase in assets was $493,000,000, or 117 percent.
It should also be noted, in considering the progress of share insur
ance among the State associations, that the number of 'converted
Federals should be added to the State-chartered insured members,
and, if that is done, it appears that 718 old-established institutions
have already received insurance. The associations preceded by an
asterisk in exhibit 1 constitute a complete list of the insured asso
ciations on June 30, 1936.
Special mention should undoubtedly be made of the efforts of the
Federal Home Loan Bank Board through its agencies, and in par
ticular the Insurance Corporation, to rehabilitate the associations in
various parts of the country upon a city-wide or State-wide scale.
Such an effort has been successful only when made in cooperation
with the State supervisory authorities. The past year saw the com
pletion of the first stage of one of these efforts in the city of New
Orleans where for some 4 years all of the associations in the city had
been frozen. By agreement all applied for insurance together, all
were examined, their properties appraised, their assets and condition
analyzed, and thereafter the Board was able to announce the insur
ance of 13 associations. Because of uncertainty as to how share
holders might react to the resumption of normal operation after so
long a period of restricted withdrawal, a preliminary advertising
campaign was arranged to acquaint the people of the city with the
facts and advantages of insurance. On August 8, 1935, the 13 asso
ciations opened up with insurance and promptly met all requests for
money. The number and amount of such requests were much less
than anticipated. The confidence of the people in these institutions
seemed to be reestablished immediately. Efforts to get the other
associations into insurable shape were continued, with the result that
somewhat later 10 more of the New Orleans associations were insured,
and at the end of the year.all 23 were actively serving the savers
and home owners of their communities, and the balance of the asso
ciations were preparing to make a second application for insurance.
Similar efforts on a State-wide scale were successful in the States of
Texas and Washington, and have already accomplished marked
results in Kansas, Missouri, and Indiana.
There are no statistics available upon which to base the probable
losses which the Corporation may sustain through the years of opera
tion. So far, however, only one small loss has developed, which
occurred in the liquidation of a newly organized Federal savings and
loan association in Wheeling, W. Va. It is anticipated that the
present insurance premium, one-eighth of 1 percent of the invest-




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ment and creditor liability of member associations, will be sufficient
to meet all losses, pay its operating -expenses, and add to the Corpo
ration's reserves.
Future developments and problems.-Since the insurance of ac
counts is optional with the State-chartered thrift and home-financ
ing institutions, it was only natural that the managements of those
institutions should be reluctant to apply for the protection until they
had an opportunity to witness the operation of the Corporation and
the effect upon the investors of insured institutions. This prelim
inary stage is now past, with results highly favorable to the future
growth of the Corporation. This is somewhat evidenced by the
receipt during June 1936 of over 200 applications by the 12 Federal
home loan banks.
In spite of retarding influences the progress of insurance of shares
has been steady. Substantially all the new Federals are now insured,
so that almost all applications now being received come from estab
lished State-chartered associations. Applications are, therefore,
restricted by the ability of existing associations to meet the qualifica
cations of unifnpaired capital, earnings sufficient to pay reasonable
dividends, and, after insurance, resumption of normal operations.
The popular demand for insurance of shares is increasing, and it is
felt that it is merely a question of time until it will be sought and
enjoyed by the great majority of savings and loan associations which
are actively operating as regular business organizations.
Corporation's balance sheets, income, and employees.-The Cor
poration has experienced a successful year financially, increasing its
reserve for losses by $748,982.50, after payment of all losses and
operating expenses, as shown by the following balance sheets of
June 30, 1935, and June 30, 1936.
June 30, 1936
ASSETS

------Cash, U S Treasury
Accounts and other receivables------------------------------------Investments: Home Owners' Loan Corporation bonds.
Received in payment of capital stock -----------Guaranteed by U. S Government and U. S. Treasury bonds
---.........--------------------- --(par value) _
Accrued interest on bonds-------------------------------------Deferred charges
Prepaid expense to Federal Home Loan Bank Board ---------Premium on bonds purchased---------------

Total assets

--------------

---------------

$1,806,516 43
388, 204 86
99, 999, 781 25

100, 000, 000 00

None
489, 130 44

1, 636, 500 00
508, 746 01

None
None

5, 482 68
16,561 86

101, 874, 479 94

104,362,011 84

569.73

9. 256 02

LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL

---------------Accounts payable for purchases, etc_------Reserve for dividends 3-percent cumulative dividend accrued to
Home Owners' Loan Corporation on capital stock --------

Deferred income:

Unearned insurance premiums ----------------------

------.------------------.
Credits due insured institutions-..
Discount on bonds--- .-------------------------------------Capital an'd surplus'
Capital stock outstanding ----------------------Reserve fund as provided by law ----------------

Special reserve for contingencies---------------------------..........----------Surplus-Total liabilities and capital--.........--------------.....---

1, 491, 892 86 ---276, 864 38
289 65
None

508, 418 87
13 77
477. 36

100, 000, 000. 00
None
(1)
104,863.32

100, 000,
94,
3, 000,
748,

101, 874, 479.94

104, 362, 011.84

00. 00
863.32
000 00
982 50

1 No provision has been made in this financial statement for charges which have accrued to the Federal
Home Loan Bank Board for administrative costs aggregating approximately $10,000.




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The comparision of income and expenses for the fiscal years end
ing June 30, 1935, and June 30, 1936, is shown by the following
table:
Fiscal year ending
June 30, 1935
Income:
Insurance premiums earned.---- --------------Admission fees earned-----------------------------Interest earned on bonds ---------------------Amortization of discount on bonds--------------------Total---------------------------- -----------

June 30, 1936

$182,011.37
None
3,034, 755. 26
None

$785,309.37
37,468.50
3,033,330.47
32.01

3, 216,766.63

3,856,140.35

Deductions:
Operating expenses-------------------------------86, 545.97
111,238.05
Other expenses --------------------------------------31. 25
3.13
Amortization of premium on bonds ----------.......
.....
None
1,831.90
Reserve for 3-percent cumulative dividend-.-----------3,035,326.09 -------Special reserve for contingencies-.------------------------------3,000,000.00
Total.---- --------

---

-

--------------

Net income----------------------------Refund by Federal Home Loan Bank Board of a part of the 1935
assessments for services---------------------.Total---------------------------------------

3,121,903. 31

3,113,073.08

94,863.32

743,067.27

----------------94,863.32

5, 915.23
748,982.50

Due to the available staff of the Board and the Federal Home Loan
banks, the Corporation has not been forced to increase greatly the
number of its employees to care for the increased business as shown
by the following table giving the number employed as of June 30,
1935, and June 30, 1936:
June 30, 1935 1
General manager's office-.....
Legal department-..-------Do---....-------------Do----------------Treasurer's office--..--------.
.
Do----------------Secretary's office.-----------.

June 30, 1936 2

None---- -------------

- 1 general manager.
2 employees (beginning Dec. 1, 1935).
1 associate general counsel--- 1 associate general counsel.
1 attorney-....---------- 2 attorneys.
-------- 5 employees.
3 employees---....1 treasurer--- ------------- 1 treasurer.
3 employees...------------- 4 employees.
.--------. 1 employee.
.
1 employee----.....

1 Total employees, 10.
2 Total employees, 17.
EXHIBIT 1
MEMBER INSTITUTIONS OF THE FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK SYSTEM AS OF JUNE
30, 1936, BY STATES AND LOCATION

Federal savings and loan associations are indicated in italics. (All Federal
associations are required to obtain membership in the Federal Home Loan
Bank System, and insurance of investors' share accounts.) Member institu
tions insured by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation are
indicated by the prefix (*).
ALABAMA

*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Andalusia, Andalusia.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Anniston, Anniston.
*Birmingham Federal Savings & Loan Association, Birmingham.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Alabama, Birmingham.
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*Jefferson Federal Savings & Loan Association, Birmingham.
Protective Life Insurance Co., Birmingham.
*Woodlawn Federal Savings & Loan Association of Birmingham, Birmingham.
New Morgan County Building & Loan Association, Decatur.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Florence,1Florence.
First Federal Savings d Loan Association of Gadsden, Gadsden.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Huntsville, Huntsville.
*FirstFederal Savings d Loan Association of Jasper, Jasper.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Mobile, Mobile.
Mobile Building & Loan Association, Mobile.
Mutual Building & Loan Association, Mobile.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Montgomery, Montgomery.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Russell County, Phoenix City.
*Sheffield Federal Savings & Loan Association, Sheffield.
Tuscaloosa Building & Loan Association, Tuscaloosa.
ARIZONA

* First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Phoenix, Phoenix.
State Building & Loan Association, Phoenix.
Western Building & Loan Association, Phoenix.
ARKANSAS

* Arkadelphia Federal Savings & Loan Association, Arkadelphia.
* Batesville Federal Savings & Loan Association, Batesville.
* First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Camden, Camden.
* First Federal Savings & Loan Association of El Dorado, El Dorado.
* Fayetteville Building & Loan Association, Fayetteville.
Forrest City Building & Loan Association, Forrest City.
* First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Fort Smith, Fort Smith.
Fort Smith Building & Loan Association, Fort Smith.
* Peoples Federal Savings & Loan Association, Fort Smith.
* Standard Federal Savings & Loan Association, Fort Smith.
* Superior Federal Savings & Loan Association of Fort Smith, Fort Smith.
* United Building & Loan Association, Fort Smith.
* Harrison Federal Savings & Loan Association, Harrison.
* First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Helena, Helena.
* Helena Federal Savings & Loan Association, Helena.
* Hope Federal Savings & Loan Association, Hope.
* First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Hot Springs, Hot Springs.
* Citizens Federal Savings & Loan Association of Jonesboro, Jonesboro.
* Commonwealth Federal Savings & Loan Association, Little Rock.
* First Federal Savings d Loan Association of Little Rock, Little Rock.
* Guaranty Federal Savings & Loan Association, Little Rock.
*Peoples Building & Loan Association, Little Rock.
*Pulaski Federal Savings & Loan Association, Little Rock.
Pyramid Life Insurance Co., Little Rock.
*MariannaFederal Savings & Loan Association, Marianna.
*Morrilton Federal Savings & Loan Association of Morrilton, Arkansas, Mor
rilton.
*Nashville Federal Savings & Loan Association, Nashville.
*Newport Federal Savings & Loan Association, Newport.
*Argenta Building & Loan Association Permanent of North Little Rock, Arkan
sas, North Little Rock.
*Argenta Federal Savings & Loan Association, North Little Rock.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Paragould,Paragould.
*Piggott Federal Savings & Loan Association, Piggott.
*Southern Federal Savings & Loan Association of Pine Bluff, Pine Bluff.
*PocahontasFederal Savings & Loan Association, Pocahontas.
*Prescott Federal Savings & Loan Association, Prescott.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Rogers, Rogers.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Russellville, Russellville.
*Searcy Federal Savings & Loan Association, Searcy.
*Riceland Federal Savings & Loan Association, Stuttgart.
*Texarkana Federal Savings & Loan Association, Texarkana.
Warren Building & Loan Association, Warren.




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"West Memphis Federal Savings & Loan Association of West Memphis, West
Memphis.
*Wynne Federal Savings & Loan Association, Wynne.
CALIFORNIA

*Central Building & Loan Association, Alameda.
Alhambra Building & Loan Association, Alhambra.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Alhambra, Alhambra.
'Mutual Building & Loan Association of Alhambra, Alhambra.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Altadena, Altadena.
Anaheim Building & Loan Association, Anaheim.
Savings Loan & Building Association of Anaheim, Anaheim.
Greater Arcadia Building-Loan Association, Arcadia.
Atascadero Guarantee Building-Loan Association, Atascadero.
*Central California Federal Savings & Loan Association, Auburn.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Bakersfield, Bakersfield.
*Kern County Mutual Building & Loan Association, Bakersfield.
San Gorgonio Building-Loan Association, Banning.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Bellflower, Bellflower.
*Berkeley Guarantee Building & Loan Association, Berkeley.
*Community Federal Savings & Loan Association of Berkeley, Berkeley.
*Fidelity Federal Savings & Loan Association, Berkeley.
Fidelity Guaranty Building-Loan Association, Berkeley.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Beverly Hills, Beverly Hills.
Burbank Building-Loan Association, Burbank.
Surety Bond Building-Loan Association, Burbank.
Chino Building & Loan Association, Chino.
*Chula Vista Building-Loan Association, Chula Vista.
*Claremont Building & Loan Association, Claremont.
*Orange Belt Federal Savings & Loan Association, Colton.
Compton Building & Loan Association, Compton.
*Coronado Federal Savings d Loan Association, Coronado.
First Federal Savings & Loan Associgtion of San Gabriel Valley, 1 Covina.
First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Culver City,' Culver City.
*Imperial Valley Building & Loan Association, El Centro.
Mutual Building & Loan Association, Elsinore.
*Escondido Federal Savings & Loan Association, Escondido.
Ramona Building & Loan Association, Fillmore.
Fresno Guarantee Building & Loan Association, Fresno.
Fullerton Building-Loan Association, Fullerton.
Mutual Building & Loan Association of Fullerton, Fullerton.
*FirstFederal Savings c Loan Association of Glendale, Glendale.
Hemet Home Builders Association, Hemet.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Hollywood, Hollywood.
*Inglewood Federal Savings & Loan Association, Inglewood.
*Peoples Building & Loan Association, Inglewood.
La Habra Valley Building-Loan Association, La Habra.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Laguna Beach, Laguna Beach.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Long Beach, Long Beach.
*Long Beach Federal Savings & Loan Association, Long Beach.
*Coast Federal Savings & Loan Association of Los Angeles, Los Angeles.
*Founders Federal Savings & Loan Association of Los Angeles, Los Angeles.
*GermaniaFederal Savings & Loan Association of Los Angeles, Los Angeles.
Great Western Building & Loan Association, Los Angeles.
Home Building & Loan Association, Los Angeles.
Investment Federal Savings & Loan Association,' Los Angeles.
Liberty Building-Loan Association, Los Angeles.
Lincoln Building & Loan Association, Los Angeles.
Los Angeles American Building & Loan Association, Los Angeles.
Los Angeles Federal Savings & Loan Association,' Los Angeles.
Metropolitan Federal Savings & Loan Association, " Los Angeles.
*Railway Federal Savings & Loan Association, Los Angeles.
Southern California Building & Loan Association of Los Angeles, Los Angeles.
Standard Federal Savings c Loan Association,' Los Angeles.
* State Mutual Building & Loan Association, Los Angeles.
*Union Federal Savings & Loan Association, Los Angeles.




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*Western Homes Federal Savings & Loan Association of Los Angeles, Los
Angeles.
*Westwood Hills Federal Savings & Loan Association of Los Angeles, Los
Angeles.
*Marysville Guarantee Building-Loan Association, Marysville.
Merced Mutual Building & Loan Association, Merced.
Tamapalis Mutual Building & Loan Association, Mill Valley.
Modesto Building & Loan Association, Modesto.
Monrovia Mutual Building & Loan Association, Monrovia.
Montebello Building & Loan Association, Montebello.
*Educational Building & Loan Association, Monterey.
*Intervalley Building & Loan Association, Montrose.
Napa Building & Loan Association, Napa.
*North Hollywood Federal Savings & Loan Association, North Hollywood.
Fort Sutter Building & Loan Association, North Sacramento.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Oakland, Oakland.
*Oakland Federal Savings & Loan Association, Oakland.
Oceanside Building & Loan Association, Oceanside.
Euclid Guarantee Building & Loan Association, Ontario.
Orange Building & Loan Association, Orange.
*Palo Alto Mutual Building & Loan Association, Palo Alto.
13
Atlas Federal Savings & Loan Associatton of Pasadena, Pasadena.
California Security Loan Corporation, Pasadena.
"First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Pasadena, Pasadena.
*Mutual Building & Loan Association of Pasadena, Pasadena.
Paso Robles Mutual Building & Loan Association, Paso Robles.
Pico-Rivera Building & Loan Association, Pico.
*Home Builders' Loan Association, Pomona.
Pomona Mutual Building & Loan Association, Pomona.
*American Mutual Building & Loan Association of Redondo Beach, California,
Redondo Beach.
San Mateo County Building & Loan Association, Redwood City.
Citrus Belt Building & Loan Association, Riverside.
*Capital Federal Savings & Loan Association, Sacramento.
Salinas Valley Building-Loan Association, Salinas.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of San Bernardino, San Bernardino.
*Santa Fe Federal Savings Loan Association, San Bernardino.
Bay City Building & Loan Association, San Diego.
*Central Federal Savings & Loan Association of San Diego, San Diego.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of San Diego, San Diego.
*Home Federal Savings & Loan Association of San Diego, San Diego.
*La Jolla Federal Savings & Loan Association, San Diego.
San Diego Building & Loan Association, San Diego.
Silver Gate Building & Loan Association, San Diego.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of San Fernando, San Fernando.
*Bay View Federal Savings & Loan Association, San Francisco.
California Home Building Loan Co., San Francisco.
*Citizens' Federal Savings c Loan Association, San Francisco.
*Eureka Federal Savings & Loan Association of San Francisco, San Francisco.
*Franklin Mutual Building & Loan Association, San Francisco.
German-American Building-Loan Association of San Francisco, San Francisco.
Globe Mutual Building & Loan Association, San Francisco.
*Golden Gate Federal Savings & Loan Association, San Francisco.
*Home Federal Savings & Loan Association of San Francisco, San Francisco.
Home Mutual Deposit-Loan Co., San Francisco.
Northern California Building & Loan Association, San Francisco.
Provident Mutual Loan Association, San Francisco.
*San Francisco Federal Savings & Loan Association, San Francisco.
Standard Building & Loan Association, San Francisco.
Guaranty Building & Loan Association, San Jose.
*Independent Building & Loan Association, San Jose.
Reserve Building & Loan Association, San Jose.
*Surety Building & Loan Association, San Jose.
Guarantee Building-Loan Association, San Luis Obispo.
Peninsula Building & Loan Association, San Mateo.
San Mateo Mutual Building & Loan Association, San Mateo.
1
FirstFederal Savings c Loan Association of San Pedro," San Pedro.
Marin County Mutual Building & Loan Association, San Rafael.



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*FirstFederalSavings d Loan Association of Santa Ana, Santa Ana.
Santa Ana Building & Loan Association, Santa Ana.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Santa Barbara,Santa Barbara.
The Loan & Building Association, Santa Barbara.
Santa Barbara Mutual Building & Loan Association, Santa Barbara.
*Santa Cruz County Building & Loan Association, Santa Cruz.
*First
Federal Savings & Loan Association of Santa Maria, Santa Maria.
Santa Maria Guaranty Building-Loan Association, Santa Maria.
*Century Federal Savings & Loan Association, Santa Monica.
*First
Federal Savings & Loan Association of Santa Monica, Santa Monica.
Santa Rosa Building & Loan Association, Santa Rosa.
Northwestern Building & Loan Association, Sausalito.
Sausalito Mutual Loan Association, Sausalito.
Sonora Guarantee Building-Loan Association, Sonora.
*San Joaquin Building & Loan Association, Stockton.
State Building & Loan Association, Stockton.
Stockton Land, Loan & Building Association, Stockton.
Torrance Mutual Building & Loan Association, Torrance.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Tulare County, Tulare.
Turlock Guarantee Building-Loan Association, Turlock.
*Magnolia Federal Savings & Loan Association of Upland, Upland.
Provident Building & Loan Association, Van Nuys.
*San Fernando Valley Federal Savings & Loan Association, Van Nuys.
*Van Nuys Building & Loan Association, Van Nuys.
Visalia Building & Loan Association, Visalia.
Watsonville Building & Loan Association, Watsonville.
Mutual Building & Loan Association, Whittier.
Quaker City Building & Loan Association, Whittier.
Whittier Building & Loan Association, Whittier.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Wilmington, Wilmington.
Wilmington Mutual Building & Loan Association, Wilmington.
COLORADO

*San Luis Valley Federal Savings & Loan Association of Alamosa, Alamosa.
*BrightonFederal Savings & Loan Association, Brighton.
*FirstFederal Savings d Loan Association of Canon City, Canon City.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Colorado Springs, Colorado
Springs.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Craig, Craig.
*Del Norte Federal Savings & Loan Association, Del Norte.
Delta Savings & Building Association, Delta.
Capitol Building & Loan Association, Denver.
*Colorado Federal Savings & Loan Association, Denver.
Denver Building & Loan Association, Denver.
*Empire Savings, Building & Loan Association, Denver.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Denver, Denver.
*IndustrialFederal Savings d Loan Association, Denver.
Silver State Building & Loan Association, Denver.
Durango Savings & Building Association, Durango.
*First Federal Savings
Loan Association of Englewood, Englewood.
Florence Building & Loan Association, Florence.
Fort Collins Building & Loan Association, Fort Collins.
*Fort Collins Federal Savings & Loan Association, Fort Collins.
*Morgan County Federal Savings & Loan Association of Fort Morgan, Fort
Morgan.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Glenwood Springs, Glenwood
Springs.
Golden Building & Loan Association, Golden.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Grand Junction, Grand Junction.
*Mesa Federal Savings & Loan Association of Grand Junction, Grand Junction.
Modern Building & Loan Association, Grand Junction.
*The Mutual Savings & Building Association, Grand Junction.
*Valley Federal Savings & Loan Association of Grand Junction, Grand Junc
tion.
Northern Colorado Building & Loan Association, Greeley.
Old Colony Building & Loan Association, Greeley.




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*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of La Junta, La Junta.
Otero Loan & Building Association, La Junta.
*First
Federal Savings & Loan Association of Lamar, Lamar.
*Longmont Federal Savings & Loan Association, Longmont.
*The Loveland Building & Loan Association, Loveland.
Monte Vista Building Association, Monte Vista.
*Routt County Federal Savings & Loan Association, Oak Creek.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Pueblo, Pueblo.
*Rocky Ford Federal Savings & Loan Association of Colorado, Rocky Ford.
Century Building & Loan Association, Trinidad.
CONNECTICUT

*BranfordFederal Savings & Loan Association, Branford.
Federal Building & Loan Association, Bridgeport.
Home Building & Loan Association, Bridgeport.
West End Building & Loan Association, Bridgeport.
*Bristol Federal Savings d Loan Association, Bristol.
Danbury Building & Loan Association, Danbury.
*DanielsonFederal Savings d Loan Association, Danielson.
East Hampton Building & Loan Association, East Hampton.
*East Hartford Federal Savings & Loan Association, East Hartford.
The Fairfield Building & Loan Association, Fairfield.
*FirstFederal Savings
Loan Association of Greenwich, Greenwich.
*HartfordFederal Savings & Loan Association, Hartford.
Hartford Home Building & Loan Association, Hartford.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Madison, Madison.
Savings Bank of Manchester, Manchester.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Meriden, Meriden.
Meriden Permanent Building & Loan Association, Meriden.
Forest City Building & Loan Association, Middletown.
*CooperativeFederal Savings & Loan Association, New Britain.
*New Britain Federal Savings & Loan Association, New Britain.
The Elm City Building & Loan Association, New Haven.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of New Haven, New Haven.
New Haven Building & Loan Association, New Haven.
New Haven Progressive Building & Loan Association, New Haven.
New London Building & Loan Association, New London.
*New London FederalSavings & Loan Association, New London.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Norwalk, Norwalk.
Norwich Building & Loan Association, Norwich.
Portland Building & Loan Association, Portland.
Putnam Building & Loan Association, Putnam.
Shelton Building & Loan Association, Shelton.
Manchester Building & Loan Association, South Manchester.
Norwalk Building, Loan & Investment Association, South Norwalk.
Stafford Building & Loan Association, Stafford Springs.
*Stamford Federal Savings & Loan Association, Stamford.
Stonington Savings & Loan Association, Stonington.
Thomaston Savings Bank, Thomaston.
The Thompsonville Building & Loan Association, Thompsonville.
Torrington Building & Loan Association, Torrington.
Wallingford Building & Loan Association, Wallingford.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Waterbury, Waterbury.
Waterbury Building & Loan Association, Inc., Waterbury.
*Windsor Federal Savings & Loan Association, Windsor.
Windsor Locks Building & Loan Association, Windsor Locks.
DELAWARE

Arden Building & Loan Association, Arden.
Delaware Building & Loan Association, Claymont.
Marshallton Building & Loan Association, Marshallton.
Five Point Building & Loan Association, Richardson Park.
Brandywine Building & Loan Association, Wilmington.
Mechanics Savings & Building Loan Association, Wilmington.
Ninth Ward Building & Loan Association, Wilmington.




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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

American Building Association, Washington.
Brookland Building Association, Washington.
*The Columbia Building Association, Washington.
Columbia Permanent Building Association, Washington.
District Building & Loan Association, Washington.
Eastern Building & Loan Association, Washington.
Home Building Association of District of Columbia, Washington.
*Interstate Building Association, Washington.
Metropolis Building Association, Washington.
National Permanent Building Association, Washington.
Northeast Building Association, Washington.
Northern Liberty Building Association, Washington.
Oriental Building Association, No. 6, Washington.
Perpetual Building Association, Washington.
Washington Permanent Building Association, Washington.
FLORIDA

*Bartow Federal Savings & Loan Association, Bartow.
*Everglades Federal Savings & Loan Association of Belle Glade, Belle Glade.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Manatee County, Bradenton.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Clearwater, Clearwater.
Clewiston Home Building Association, Clewiston.
*Coral Gables Federal Savings & Loan Association, Coral Gables.
*Daytona Beach Federal Savings & Loan Association, Daytona Beach.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Daytona Beach, Daytona Beach.
*De Land Federal Savings & Loan Association, De Land.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Eustis, Eustis.
*Fernandina
Federal Savings & Loan Association, Fernandina.
*Federal Savings & Loan Association of Broward County, Fort Lauderdale.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Fort Myers, Fort Myers.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Fort Pierce, Fort Pierce.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Gainesville, Gainesville.
Gainesville Mutual Building & Loan Association, Gainesville.
*Hollywood Federal Savings & Loan Association, Hollywood.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Homestead, Homestead.
*Fidelity Federal Savings & Loan Association of Jacksonville, Jacksonville.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Jacksonville, Jacksonville.
Jacksonville Federal Savings & Loan Association," Jacksonville.
Jacksonville Loan & Insurance Co., Jacksonville.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Osceola County, Kissimmee.
*Lake City FederalSavings & Loan Association, Lake City.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Lake Wales, Lake Wales.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Lakeland. Lakeland.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Lake County, Leesburg.
'Marianna Federal Savings & Loan Association, Marianna.
*Federal Savings & Loan Association of Miami, Miami.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Miami, Florida, Miami.
*Miami Federal Savings & Loan Association, Miami.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Miami Beach, Miami Beach.
*Miami Beach Federal Savings & Loan Association, Miami Beach.
*FirstFederal Savings d Loan Association of New Smyrna, New Smyrna.
*Ocala Federal Savings & Loan Association, Ocala.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Orlando. Orlando.
*PalatkaFederal Savings & Loan Association, Palatka.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Panama City, Panama City.
Mutual Building & Savings Association, Pensacola.
Pensacola Home & Savings Association, Pensacola.
*PuntaGorda Federal Savings & Loan Association, Punta Gorda.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of St. Petersburg. St. Petersburg.
*St. Petersburg Federal Savings & Loan Association, St. Petersburg.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Seminole County, Sanford.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Sarasota, Sarasota.
*TallahasseeFederal Savings & Loan Association, Tallahassee.




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*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Tampa, Tampa.
*lHillsboro Federal Savings & Loan Association of Tampa, Tampa.
%'Lake
County Federal Savings & Loan Association of Tavares, Tavares.
"First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Indian River County, Vero Beach.
First Federal Savings & Loan Association, West Palm Beach.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Winter Haven, Winter Haven.
*Winter Park Federal Savings & Loan Association, Winter Park.
GEORGIA

*Albany Federal Savings d Loan Association, Albany.
*Athens Federal Savings & Loan Association, Athens.
*Atlanta Federal Savings d Loan Association, Atlanta.
Atlanta Mutual Building Loan & Savings Association, Atlanta.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Atlanta, Atlanta.
First National Building & Loan Association, Atlanta.
'.Fulton County Federal Savings & Loan Association of Atlanta, Atlanta.
*Home Building & Loan Association, Atlanta.
Southern Federal Savings & Loan Association of Atlanta,' Atlanta.
'Standard Federal Savings & Loan Association of Atlanta, Ga., Atlanta.
*First Federal Savings
Loan Association, Augusta.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Bainbridge, Bainbridge.
*Baxley Federal Savings & Loan Association, Baxley.
*Brunswick Federal Savings & Loan Association, Brunswick.
Gwinnett County Building & Loan Association, Buford.
*CarrolltonFederal Savings
Loan Association, Carroliton.
Columbus Mutual Loan Association, Columbus.
*Cooperative Federal Savings & Loan Association of Columbus, Columbus.
*FirstFederal Savings Loan Association of Columbus, Columbus.
Commerce Building & Loan Association, Commerce.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Crisp County, Cordele.
*HabershamFederal Savings & Loan Association, Cornelia.
Newton County Building & Loan Association, Covington.
*Randolph County Federal Savings & Loan Association of Cuthbert, Cuthbert.
*Decatur Building & Loan Association, Decatur.
*Donalsonville Federal Savings & Loan Association, Donalsonville.
^Douglas Federal Savings & Loan Association, Douglas.
'*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Dublin, Dublin.
Elberton Building & Loan Association, Elberton.
*Fitzgerald Federal Savings & Loan Association, Fitzgerald.
Hall County Building & Loan Association, Gainesville.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Griffin, Griffin.
*Hogansville Federal Savings & Loan Association, Hogansville.
Jessup Building & Loan Association, Jesup.
*Macon Federal Savings & Loan Association, Macon.
*Meriwether Federal Savings d Loan Association, Manchester.
*Cobb County Federal Savings d Loan Association of Marietta, Marietta.
*Marietta Federal Savings & Loan Association, Marietta.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of McRae, McRae.
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Moultrie Federal Savings ,& Loan Association, Moultrie.
*Pelham Federal Savings & Loan Association, Pelham.
*Perry Federal Savings & Loan Association, Perry.
*Quitman Federal Savings & Loan Association, Quitman.
Citizens Building & Loan Association, Rome.
Home Building & Loan Association, Rome.
*Rossville Federal Savings & Loan Association, Rossville.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association, Savannah.
*Thomas County Federal Savings & Loan Association, Thomasville.
*Tifton Federal Savings & Loan Association, Tifton.
*Stephens Federal Savings & Loan Association, Toccoa.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Valdosta, Valdosta.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Waycross, Waycross.




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IDAHO

*Boise Federal Savings & Loan Association, Boise.
*First
Federal Savings & Loan Association of Boise, Boise.
*Provident Savings & Loan Association, Boise.
*First
Federal Savings & Loan Association of Couer D'Alene, Coeur D'Alene.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Idaho Falls, Idaho Falls.
*FirstFederalSavings & Loan Association of Lewiston, Lewiston.
Home Building & Loan Association, Nampa.
*Guaranty Federal Savings & Loan Association of Pocatello, Pocatello.
*First Federal Savings d Loan Association of Twin Falls, Twin Falls.
ILLINOIS

The Altamont Building & Loan Association, Altamont.
Sieniewicz Building & Loan Association, Argo.
* Northwest Federal Savings d Loan Association of Arlington Heights, Arling
ton Heights.
Atlanta Building & Loan Association, Atlanta.
Auburn Building & Loan Association, Auburn.
Aurora Building & Loan Association, Aurora.
Home Building & Loan Association of Aurora, Aurora.
Improvement Building & Loan Association, Aurora.
Avon Building & Loan Association, Avon.
* Federal Savings & Loan Association of Barrington, Barrington.
Batavia Savings & Building Association, Batavia.
Belleville Security Building & Loan Association, Belleville.
First Mutual Building Association, Belleville.
Greater Belleville Building & Loan Association, Belleville.
West Side Building & Loan Association, Belleville.
Belvidere Building & Loan Association, Belvidere.
Berwyn Savings, Building & Loan Association, Berwyn.
Bohemian Republic Building & Loan Association, Berwyn.
Lombard Building & Loan Association, Berwyn.
Ridgeland Building & Loan Association, Berwyn.
Tocin Building & Loan Association, Berwyn.
Twelfth Street Building & Loan Association, Berwyn.
Zaruka Building & Loan Association, Berwyn.
Bloomington Savings & Loan Association, Bloomington.
* First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Bloomington, Bloomington.
* Brookfield Federal Savings ct Loan Association, Brookfield.
* Bushnell Federal Savings & Loan Association, Bushnell.
Carlinville Loan & Building Association, Carlinville.
Caseyville Building Association, Caseyville.
City Building & Loan Association, Centralia.
Home Building & Loan Association of Centralia, Centralia.
Loan and Investment Association, Champaign.
Security Building & Loan Association, Champaign.
University District Building & Loan Association, Champaign.
*CharlestonFederal Savings & Loan Association, Charleston.
Coles County Building & Loan Association, Charleston.
Adams Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Advance Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
*A. J. Smith Federal Savings & Loan Association of Chicago, Chicago.
Albert Wachowski Loan & Savings Association, Chicago.
Almira Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Amerikan Building, Loan & Homestead Association, Chicago.
*Amity Federal Savings & Loan Association, Chicago.
Apollo Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
*Archer-Hoyne Federal Savings & Loan Association of Chicago, Chicago.
Arnoldsville Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
*Austin Federal Savings & Loan Association of Chicago, Chicago.
Avondale Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Bell Savings Building & Loan Association, Chicago.




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Belmont Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Ben Franklin Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Ben Hur Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Bessemer Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
*Bohemia Federal Savings & Loan Association of Chicago, Chicago.
Bohemian-Slavonian Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Borivoj Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Building & Loan Association "Rip", Chicago.
Building & Loan Association Silver Crown, Chicago.
*Calumet Federal Savings & Loan Association of Chicago, Ohicago.
Capitol Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Casimir Pulaski Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Central Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
*Chesterfield Federal Savings & Loan Association of Chicago, Chicago.
*Chicago Federal Savings & Loan Association, Chicagq.
Chicago Mutual Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Columbus Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Commonwealth Edison Savings & Loan Association, Chicago.
Concordia Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Cook County Federal Savings & Loan Association (s)1, Chicago.
Copernicus Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Cragin Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Drexel Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Dunaj Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
East Side Savings, Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Fairfield Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Falcons Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
First Croatian Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Chicago, Chicago.
Fraternal Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Fullerton Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Gage Park Building & Loan, Homestead Association, Chicago.
Gediminas Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Grand Crossing Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Grunwald Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Haller Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
*Hegewisch Federal Savings & Loan Association of Chicago, Chicago.
Hoffnung Building Loan & Homestead Association, Chicago.
Holland Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Homan Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
*Home Federal Savings & 'Loan Association of Chicago, Chicago.
Hoyne Building Loan & Homestead Association, Chicago.
*Illinois Federal Savings & Loan Association of Chicago, Chicago.
Irving Park Savings Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
J. I. Kraszewski Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Jefferson Park Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Jugoslav Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Kalifornie Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Karluv Tyn Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Kedzie Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Keistuto Loan & Building Association No. 1, Chicago.
Kosciuszko Building & Loan Association No. 3, Chicago.
Krakow Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Labe Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Lake Shore Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
*Laramie Federal Savings & Loan Association of Chicago, Chicago.
Lawn Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Lawndale Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Lawn Manor Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Liberty Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Liberty Federal Savings & Loan Association of Chicago, Chicago.
Lithuania Building Loan & Homestead Association, Chicago.
Lithuanian News Loan &' Building Association, Chicago.
Loomis Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Mansfield Building & Loan Association, Chicago.




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Marshall Building Loan & Homestead Association, Chicago.
Narodni Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Netherlands Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
New City Building, Loan & Homestead Association, Chicago.
New Slovakia Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
North Avenue Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
*North Side Federal Savings & Loan Association of Chicago, Chicago.
Northwestern Bohemian Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Northwestern Savings, Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Norwood Park Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Novy Krok Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
*Oakley Federal Savings & Loan Association of Chicago, Chicago.
Ondrej Hlynka Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Parkside Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Parkway Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
*PeerlessFederal Savings & Loan Association of Chicago, Chicago.
Peoples Savings & Loan Association of Roseland, Chicago.
*PiastFederal Savings & Loan Association of Chicago, Chicago.
Plzen Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Polish American Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Polonia Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Prospect Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
*PublicFederal Savings & Loan Association of Chicago, Chicago.
Pulaski Building, Loan & Investment Association, Chicago.
Pulaski Loan & Building Association of Sixth Ward, Chicago.
Radnice Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Republic Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Royal Building & Loan Association of South Chicago, Chicago.
Russian National Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
St. Floryan's Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
St. James Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
*St. Paul Federal Savings & Loan Association of Chicago, Chicago.
St. Wenceslaus Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
*Second Federal Savings & Loan Association of Chicago, Chicago.
Silver Leaf Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
*Simano Daukanto Federal Savings & Loan Association of Chicago, Chicago.
Sixteenth Ward Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Slovak Building & Loan Association "Choc", Chicago.
Slovak Building & Loan Association "Krivan", Chicago.
*Slovenian Home Federal Savings & Loan Association of Chicago, Chicago.
Slovenska Vlast Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Sobieski Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
South Chicago Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
3
South Side Federal Savings & Loan Association of Chicago," Chicago.
*Standard Federal Savings & Loan Association of Chicago, Chicago.
Swedish Home Building Association, Chicago.
Tabor Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Talman Federal Savings & Loan Association of Chicago, Chicago.
Uhland Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Union Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
United Community Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
United Savings & Loan Association, Chicago.
Vltava Building Loan & Homestead Association, Chicago.
Vojta Naprstek Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Vysehrad Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Vytauto Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
West Pullman Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
*Western Federal Savings & Loan Association of Chicago, Chicago.
Westmont Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Zaporoze Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Zelena Hora Building Loan & Homestead Association, Chicago.
Zgoda Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Zlata Hora Building & Loan Association, Chicago.
Zlata Koruma Loan & Building Association, Chicago.
*Chicago Heights Federal Savings i Loan Association, Chicago Heights.
*Citizens Federal Savings c Loan Association of Chicago Heights, Chicago
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Trencin Building & Loan Association, Chicago Heights.
*Chillicothe Federal Savings & Loan Association, Chillicothe.
Peoples Building & Loan Association, Chillicothe.
Adam Mickiewicz Building & Loan Association, Cicero.
Austin Mutual Building & Loan Association, Cicero.
*Cicero Federal Savings & Loan Association, Cicero.
Clyde Building & Loan Association, Cicero.
General Sowinski Building & Loan Association, Cicero.
Grant Works Building & Loan Association, Cicero.
Hawthorne Club Savings, Building & Loan Association, Cicero.
*Jungman Federal Savings & Loan Association of Cicero, Cicero.
*Morton Park Federal Savings & Loan Association of Cicero, Cicero.
*Ogden Federal Savings & Loan Association of Cicero, Cicero.
Progress Building & Loan Association, Cicero.
Rainbow Building & Loan Association, Cicero.
Saint Anthony's Lithuanian Parish Building & Loan Association, Cicero.
Suburban Building & Loan Association, Cicero.
*Valentine Federal Savings & Loan Association of Cicero, Cicero.
West Town Building & Loan Association, Cicero.
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De Witt County Federal Savings & Loan Association, Clinton.
Colchester Building, Loan & Investment Association, Colchester.
Collinsville Building & Loan Association, Collinsville.
Home Building Association, Collinsville.
Union Building Association, Collinsville.
Columbia Building & Loan Association, Columbia.
Danville Building Association, Danville.
Fidelity Investment & Building Society, Danville.
Peoples Savings & Loan Association, Decatur.
Deerfield Building & Loan Association, Deerfield.
De Kalb Building & Loan Association, De Kalb.
Des Plaines State Building & Loan Association, Des Plaines.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Des Plaines, Des Plaines.
Dolton-Riverdale Building & Loan Association, Dolton.
*Dundee Federal Savings & Loan Association, Dundee.
East Alton Loan & Investment Association, East Alton.
Tazewell Building & Loan Association, East Peoria.
St. Clair Building & Loan Association, East St. Louis.
Peoples Loan Association, Edwardsville.
Washington Loan & Building Association, Effingham.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Elgin, Elgin.
*FairburyFederal Savings & Loan Association, Fairbury.
Flora Mutual Building, Loan & Homestead Association, Flora.
American Building & Loan Association of Freeport, 2 Freeport.
Freeport Building & Loan Association, Freeport.
Union Loan & Savings Association, Freeport.
*Fidelity Federal Savings & Loan Association, Galesburg.
Provident Savings Association, Galesburg.
Galva Homestead & Loan Association, Galva,.
Granite City Building & Loan Association, Granite City.
*Harvard Federal Savings & Loan Association, Harvard.
*Harvey Federal Savings & Loan Association, Harvey.
The Havana Building & Loan Association, Havana.
Henry Building Association, Henry.
*HinsdaleFederal Savings & Loan Association, Hinsdale.
Homewood Building & Loan Association, Homewood.
Jacksonville Savings & Loan Association, Jacksonville.
*Joliet Federal Savings & Loan Association, Joliet.
Kankakee Building & Loan Association, Kankakee.
*Kewanee Federal Savings & Loan Association, Kewanee.
*Union Federal Savings & Loan Association, Kewanee.
*La Grange Federal Savings & Loan Association, La Grange.
La Harpe Loan & Building Association, La Harpe.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Lansing, Lansing.
Equitable Loan & Building Association, La Salle.
Eureka Building Association of La Salle, La Salle.
Sobieski Building Association, La Salle.
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*Lawrenceville Federal Savings & Loan Association, Lawrenceville.
*Libertyville Federal Savings & Loan Association, Libertyville.
Lincoln Savings & Building Association, Lincoln.
Lockport Loan & Homestead Association, Lockport.
Lombard Building & Loan Association of Du Page County, Lombard.
Lyons Loan & Building Association, Lyons.
Macomb Building & Loan Association, Macomb.
Madison Building & Loan Association, Madison.
*Marengo Federal Savings & Loan Association, Marengo.
Mattoon Building & Loan Association, Mattoon.
National Building & Loan Association, Mattoon.
Mendota Building & Loan Association, Mendota.
Minonk Building & Loan Association, Minonk.
*FirstFederal Savinds & Loan Association of Moline, Moline.
*Momence Federal Savings & Loan Association, Momence.
Monmouth Homestead & Loan Association, Monmouth.
*Security Federal Savings & Loan Association of Monmouth, Monmouth.
Platt County Loan Association, Monticello.
Morris Building & Loan Association, Morris.
Morrisonville Building & Loan Association, Morrisonville.
Mound City Building & Loan Association, Mound City.
*Columbian Federal Savings & Loan Association, Mount Carmel.
Mount Morris Building Association, Mount Morris.
King City Building & Loan Association, Mount Vernon.
Mount Vernon Loan & Building Association, Mount Vernon.
Royal Loan & Building Co., Mount Vernon.
Mowequa Building & Loan Association, Mowequa.
Naperville Building & Loan Association, Naperville.
The Trust Building & Loan Association of Nashville, Nashville.
Jasper County National Loan & Building Association of Newton, Newton.
Village of Niles Building & Loan Association, Niles.
Nokomis Building Association, Nokomis.
Citizens Savings, Loan & Building Association, Normal.
North Chicago Building & Loan Association, North Chicago.
North Shore Building & Loan Association, North Chicago.
Community Building & Loan Association, Oak Park.
*Oak Park Federal Savings & Loan Association, Oak Park.
O'Fallon Building & Loan Association, O'Fallon.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Ottawa, Ottawa.
*OttawaFederal Savings & Loan Association, Ottawa.
Peoples Building & Loan Association, Palestine.
Home Building & Loan Association of Paris, Paris.
*Park Ridge Federal Savings & Loan Association, Park Ridge.
Pawnee Building & Loan Association, Pawnee.
Central City Loan & Homestead Association, Peoria.
Citizens Building & Loan Association, Peoria.
Commercial Travelers Loan & Homestead Association, Peoria.
*Peoples Federal Savings & Loan Association of Peoria, Peoria.
*Peru Federal Savings & Loan Association, Peru.
Menard County Building & Loan Association, Petersburg.
Gem City Building & Loan Association, Quincy.
Home Building Society of Quincy, Quincy.
Quincy-Peoples Building & Loan Association, Quincy.
Red Bud Building & Loan Association, Red Bud.
Riverside Building & Loan & Homestead Association, Riverside.
Crawford Building & Loan Association, Robinson.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Rockford, Rockford.
Rockford Savings & Loan Association, Rockford.
*Black Hawk Federal Savings & Loan Association, Rock Island.
Rock Island Mutual Building, Loan & Savings Association, Rock Island.
Roodhouse Home Association, Roodhouse.
St. Charles Building & Loan Association, St. Charles.
Home Building & Loan Association of Savanna, Savanna.
Peoples Mutual Loan Association, Shelbyville.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Sparta, Sparta.
Sparta Building & Loan Association, Sparta.




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Citizens Savings & Loan Association, Springfield.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Springfield, Springfield.
Home Building & Loan Association, Springfield.
Merchants & Mechanics,Building & Loan Association, Springfield.
*Security Federal Savings & Loan Association of Springfield, Springfield.
Springfield Building & Loan Association, Springfield.
Springfield City Savings & Loan Association, Springfield.
Workingmen's Savings & Homestead Association, Springfield.
*Sterling Federal Savings & Loan Association, Sterling.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Streator, Streator.
Peoples Building & Loan Association, Streator.
*Streator Federal Savings & Loan Association, Streator.
Sycamore Building & Loan Association, Sycamore.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Tuscola, Tuscola.
Citizens Building Association, Urbana.
Commercial Building & Loan Association of Urbana, Urbana.
Urbana Home Loan Association, Urbana.
*Dupage Federal Savings d Loan Association of Villa Park, Villa Park.
Virginia Building & Savings Association, Virginia.
Building & Loan Association of Washington, Washington.
Waterloo Building & Loan Association, Waterloo.
Iroquois Building & Loan Association, Watseka.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Waukegan, Waukegan.
Lithuanian Building & Loan Association, Waukegan.
Waverly Building & Loan Association, Waverly.
*Home Federal Savings & Loan Association of Wheaton, Wheaton.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Wilmette, Wilmette.
INDIANA

Alexandria Building & Loan Association, Alexandria.
*Anderson Federal Savings & Loan Association, Anderson.
Anderson Loan Association, Anderson.
*FirstFederal Savings &cLoan Association of Angola, Angola.
*Auburn Federal Savings & Loan Association, Auburn.
*The Bargersville Building & Loan Association, Bargersville.
Citizens Savings & Loan Association, Batesville.
*Bedford Federal Savings & Loan Association, Bedford.
Farmers & Mechanics Savings & Loan Association, Bloomfield.
Bloomington National Savings & Loan Association, Bloomington.
Mutual Building & Loan Association, Bloomington.
Workingmen's Building-Loan Fund & Savings Association, Bloomington.
Citizens Building & Loan Association of Cannelton, Ind., Cannelton.
Chesterton Rural Loan & Savings Association, Chesterton.
Citizens Building & Loan Association, Columbus.
*Fayette Federal Savings & 'Loan Association of Connersville, Connersville.
Crawfordsville Building Loan Fund & Savings Association, Crawfordsville.
Decatur Savings & Loan Association, Decatur.
Peoples Building & Loan Association, Delphi.
*East Chicago Federal Savings & Loan Association, East Chicago.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of East Chicago, East Chicago.
*Peoples Federal Savings & Loan Association, East Chicago.
*Elwood Federal Savings
Loan Association, Elwood.
*Evansville Federal Savings & Loan Association, Evansville.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Evansville, Evansville.
Howell Building & Loan Association, Evansville.
*Mid-West Federal Savings & Loan Association, Evansville.
North Side Savings & Loan Association, Evansville.
"Peoples Building & Loan Association of Evansville, Evansville.
Permanent Loan & Savings Association, Evansville.
Security Savings & Loan Association, Evansville.
Union Building & Loan Association, Evansville.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Fort Wayne, Fort Wayne.
Home Loan & Savings Association, Fort Wayne.
Prudential Building Loan & Savings Association, Fort Wayne.
*Citizens Building & Loan Association of Frankfort, Frankfort.




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*Mutual Building & Loan Association, Franklin.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Gary, Gary.
*Gary Federal Savings & Loan Association, Gary.
*Steel City Federal Savings & Loan Association, Gary.
*Newton County Loan & Savings Association of Indiana, Goodland.
The Greenfield Building & Loan Association, Greenfield.
*FirstFederal Savings c Loan Association of Greenwood, Greenwood.
*Calumet Building & Loan Association, Hammond.
*Citizens Federal Savings & Loan Association, Hammond.
*First Federal Savings
Loan Association of Hammond, Hammond.
*Peoples Federal Savings & Loan Association of Hammond, Hammond.
*HobartFederal Savings & Loan Association, Hobart.
*People's Savings & Loan Association, Huntington.
Arsenal Building & Loan Association, Indianapolis.
*The Atkins Savings & Loan Association, Indianapolis.
Better Home Savings & Loan Association, Indianapolis.
*Celtic Federal Savings & Loan Association of Indianapolis, Indianapolis.
Colonial Savings & Loan Association, Indianapolis.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Indianapolis, Indianapolis.
Fletcher Avenue Savings & Loan Association, Indianapolis.
Indianola Building & Loan Association of Indianapolis, Indianapolis.
Insurance Savings & Loan Association, Indianapolis.
Home Building & Loan Association, Indianapolis.
*Railroadmen's Federal Savings & Loan Association of Indianapolis, Indian
apolis.
*Shelby Street Federal Savings & Loan Association, Indianapolis.
Noble County Loan & Savings Association, Kendallville.
Kentland Building & Loan Association, Kentland.
*FirstFederalSavings & Loan Association, Kokomo.
*The Ladoga Building Loan Fund & Savings Association, Ladoga.
Citizens Building & Loan Association, Lafayette.
Perpetual Building Association, Lawrenceburg.
*The Progressive Building & Loan Association, Lawrenceburg.
*Union Federal Savings & Loan Association, Lebanon.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Logansport, Logansport.
*Loogootee Federal Savings & Loan Association, Loogootee.
German Building & Aid Association, No. 6, Madison.
Madison Building & Aid Association, No. 8, Madison. 1
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Marion, Marion.
"
Guaranty Building & Loan Co., Marion.
*Marion Building & Loan Association, Marion.
Home Building & Loan Association, Michigan City.
Merchants Building & Loan Association, Michigan City.
Michigan City Loan & Building Association, Michigan City.
Peoples Building & Loan Association, Michigan City.
Peoples Building & Loan Association, Mishawaka.
Monon Building, Loan & Savings Association, Monon.
*Mooresville Federal Savings & Loan Association, Mooresville.
*Munice Federal Savings & Loan Association, Munice.
Mutual Home & Savings Association, Munice.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of New Albany, New Albany.
*Union Savings Association of New Albany, New Albany.
*The Henry County Building & Savings Association, Newcastle.
Indiana Loan Association, Noblesville.
North Vernon Building & Savings Association, North Vernon.
SHome Economy Building & Loan Association, Oakland City.
*The Peoples State Building & Loan Association of Oakland City, Ind., Oakland
City.
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FirstFederalSavings & Loan Association of Peru, Peru.
Marshall County Building & Loan Association, Plymouth.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association, Princeton.
*The Gibson County Perpetual Building & Loan Association of Princeton, Prince
ton.
Rensselaer Building Loan & Savings Association, Rensselaer.
*FirstFederalSavings & Loan Association of Richmond, Richmond.
*The Peoples Home & Savings Association of Richmond, Indiana, Richmond.
West End Building & Loan Association, Richmond.
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St. Bernice Building, Loan & Savings Association, St. Bernice.
Home Savings & Loan Association, Seymour.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of South Bend, South Bend.
Indiana Savings & Loan Association of South Bend, South Bend.
*South Bend Federal Savings & Loan Association, South Bend.
*Tower Federal Savings & Loan Association of South Bend, South Bend.
*Owen County Savings & Loan Association. Spencer.
*Peoples Building & Loan Association of Tell City, Ind., Tell City.
*Tell City FederalSavings & Loan Association, Tell City.
*CentralFederal Savings & Loan Association, Terre Haute.
*Citizens Savings & Loan Association of Terre Haute, Vigo County, Ind., Terre
Haute.
*Fort Harrison Savings Association, Terre Haute.
*Indiana Savings, Loan & Building Association, Terre Haute.
*Merchants Loan & Savings Association, Terre Haute.
Phoenix Building Loan & Savings Association, Terre Haute.
*Terre Haute Mutual Savings Association, Terre Haute.
*Twelve Points Savings & Loan Association, Terre Haute.
*Vigo County Loan & Savings Association, Terre Haute.
*Wabash Federal Savings & Loan Association, Terre Haute.
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First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Tipton, Tipton.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Valparaiso, Valparaiso.
*North Side Federal Savings & Loan Association of Vincennes, Vincennes.
*Vincennes Savings & Loan Association of Vincennes, Indiana, Vincennes.
Warsaw Building, Loan & Savings Association, Warsaw.
*Home Building & Loan Association of Washington, Indiana, Washington.
*The Industrial Savings & Loan Association of Washington. Daviess County,
Ind., Washington.
Union Savings & Loan Association of Washington, Washington.
*Purdue Building & Loan Association, West Lafayette.
Liberty Savings & Loan Association of Whiting, Whiting.
*Zionsville Building & Loan Association, Zionsville.
IOWA

*Algona Federal Savings & Loan Association, Algona.
Ames Building & Loan Association, Ames.
*Atlantic Federal Savings & Loan Association, Atlantic.
*Burlington Federal Savings & Loan Association, Burlington.
Cedar Falls Building Loan & Savings Association, Cedar Falls.
Cedar Valley Building & Loan Association, Cedar Falls.
Germania Building Loan & Savings Association, Cedar Falls.
Cedar Rapids Building & Loan Association, Cedar Rapids.
Perpetual Savings & Loan Association, Cedar Rapids.
*Wright County Federal Savings & Loan Association, Clarion.
*Clear Lake Federal Savings
'Loan Association, Clear Lake.
Clinton Home Savings & Loan Association, Clinton.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Creston, Creston.
*Citizens Federal Savings & Loan Association of Davenport, Davenport.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Davenport, Davenport.
Decorah Building & Loan Association, Decorah.
*Denison Federal Savings & Loan Association, Denison.
Des Moines Building, Loan & Savings Association, Des Moines.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Des Moines, Des Moines.
Iowa Building, Loan & Savings Association, Des Moines.
*Polk County Federal Savings & Loan Association of Des Moines, Des Moines.
State Building Loan & Savings Association, Des Moines.
*United Federal Savings c Loan Association of Des Moines, Des Moines.
Dubuque Building & Loan Association, Dubuque.
*Estherville Federal Savings & Loan Association. Estherville.
Jefferson County Building & Loan Association, Fairfield.
"Grinnell Federal Savings & Loan Association, Grinnell.
*HarlanFederal Savings & Loan Association, Harlan.
*Independence Federal Savings c Loan Association, Independence.
*First Federal Savings c Loan Association of Iowa City, Iowa City.
*Iowa Falls Federal Savings d Loan Association, Iowa Falls.
*Jefferson Federal Savings d Loan Association, Jefferson.
*Le Mars Federal Savings d&
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Marshalltown Savings & Loan Association, Marshalltown.
*Mutual Federal Savings & Loan Association, Mason City.
*Pioneer Federal Savings & Loan Association, Mason City.
*InterstateFederal Savings & Loan Association of McGregor, McGregor.
*Nevada Federal Savings d Loan Association, Nevada.
Newton Home Savings & Loan Association, Newton.
*Oelwein Federal Savings & Loan Association, Oelwein.
Oskaloosa Home Loan & Savings Association, Oskaloosa.
*Ottumwa Federal Savings & Loan Association, Ottumwa.
Peoples Building & Savings Association, Ottumwa.
*Perry Federal Savings & Loan Association, Perry.
Red Oak Building & Loan Association, Red Oak.
*FirstFederalSavings & Loan Association, Rock Rapids.
Home Building & Loan Association, Shenandoah.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Sioux City, Sioux City.
Home Building, Loan & Savings Association, Sioux City.
*Northwest Federal Savings & Loan Association of Spencer, Spencer.
Storm Lake Savings & Loan Association, Storm Lake.
*Washington Federal Savings & Loan Association, Washington.
Waterloo Building & Loan Association, Waterloo.
*Webster City Federal Savings & Loan Association, Webster City.
KANSAS

*The Dickinson County Building & Loan Association, Abilene.
Arkansas City Savings, Building & Loan Association, Arkansas City.
Home Building & Loan Association of Arkansas City, Arkansas City.
Commerce Building, Loan & Savings Association, Atchison.
*First
Federal Savings & Loan Association of Butler County, Augusta.
Belleville Building & Loan Association, Belleville.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Beloit, Beloit.
Bonner Springs Building & Loan Association, Bonner Springs.
Chanute Building & Loan Association, Chanute.
*NorthwesternFederal Savings & Loan Association of Clay Center, Clay Center.
Coffeyville Savings & Loan Association. Coffeyville.
Home Savings, Building & Loan Association, Colby.
Concordia Building & Loan Association, Concordia.
Morris County Savings & Loan Association, Council Grove.
Dodge City Savings & Loan Association, Dodge City.
Ford County Building & Loan Association, Dodge City.
*Mid-Continent FederalSavings & Loan Association of El Dorado. El Dorado.
Golden Belt Savings & Loan Association, Ellis.
*Ellsworth County Federal Savings & Loan Association, Ellsworth.
Columbia Building & Loan Association, Emporia.
Emporia Building & Loan Association, Emporia.
Lyon County Building & Loan Association, Emporia.
Mutual Building & Loan Association, Emporia.
*The Eureka Building & Loan Association, Eureka.
Garden City Building & Loan Association, Garden City.
*The Garnett Savings & Loan Association, Garnett.
Goodland Building & Loan Association, Goodland.
Prudential Building & Loan Association, Great Bend.
Hays Building & Loan Association, Hays.
* Hays Federal Savings & Loan Association, Hays.
Savings, Building & Loan Association, Herington.
*The Hiawatha Savings & Loan Association, Hiawatha.
* Hoisington Federal Savings & Loan Association, Hoisington.
Holton Building & Loan Association, Holton.
* Horton Building & Loan & Savings Association, Horton.
* First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Hutchinson, Hutchinson.
Hutchinson Building & Loan Association, Hutchinson.
Salt City Building Loan & Savings Association, Hutchinson.
* Valley Federal Savings & Loan Association of Hutchinson, Hutchinson.
Guaranty Savings & Loan Association, Independence.
*The Independence Building & Loan Association. Independence.
Citizens Building & Loan Association, Junction City.




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American Building & Loan Association, Kansas City.
*The Anchor Building, Savings & Loan Association, Kansas City.
Argentine Building & Loan Association, Kansas City.
Citizens Savings & Loan Association, Kansas City.
* First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Kansas City, Kansas City.
Gilbraltar Building, Loan & Savings Association, Kansas City.
Kansas Building & Loan Association, Kansas City.
Progressive Building & Loan Association, Kansas City.
Provident Building, Loan & Savings Association, Kansas City.
Kingman Building, Savings & Loan Association, Kingman.,
Kinsley Building & Loan Association, Kinsley.
Larned Building, Loan & Savings Association, Lamed.
Douglas County Building & Loan Association, Lawrence.
Lawrence Building & Loan Association, Lawrence.
* First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Liberal, Liberal.
Liberal building & Loan Association, Liberal.
*The Lyons Building & Loan Association, Lyons.
Union Building, Loan & Savings Association, Manhattan.
Peoples Building & Loan Association, Marysville.
Pioneer Savings & Loan Association, McPherson.
Barber County Building & Loan Association, Medicine Lodge.
Norton County Building & Loan Association, Norton.
Reserve Building & Loan Association, Oberlin.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Olathe, Olathe.
Johnson County Savings & Loan Association, Olathe.
Consolidated Building & Loan Association, Osawatomie.
Osborne County Building & Loan Association, Osborne.
*The Home Savings & Loan Association, Ottawa.
Home Savings & Loan Association, Paola.
Parsons Building & Loan Association, Parsons.
*The People's Building & Loan Association of Parsons, Kansas, Parsons.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Pittsburg,Pittsburg.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Pratt,Pratt.
Wheat Belt Building & Loan Association, Pratt.
*The Russell County Building & Loan Association, Russell.
Sabetha Savings & Loan Association, Sabetha.
Cheyenne County Building & Loan Association, St. Francis.
*The Homestead Building & Loan Association, Salina.
Safety Savings & Loan Association, Salina.
Security Savings & Loan Association, Salina.
Nemaha Building & Loan Association, Seneca.
Peoples Savings & Rural Credit Association, Sterling.
Tonganozie Building & Loan Association, Tonganozie.
*The Aetna Building & Loan Association, Topeka.
Capital Building & Loan Association, Topeka.
Shawnee Building & Loan Association, Topeka.
*The State Savings & Loan Association, Topeka.
*The Topeka Building & Loan Association, Topeka.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Wakeeney, Wakeeney.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Sumner County, Wellington.
Sumner County Building & Loan Association, Wellington.
Citizens Building & Loan Association, Wichita.
Commercial Savings & Loan Association, Wichita.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Wichita, Wichita.
Homestate Building & Loan Association, Wichita.
*Mid-Kansas Federal Savings & Loan Association of Wichita, Wichita.
National Savings & Loan Association, Wichita.
Security Savings & Loan Association, Wichita.
Southwest Building & Loan Association, Wichita.
United Building & Loan Association, Wichita.
*Wichita Federal Savings & Loan Association, Wichita.
Walnut Valley Building & Loan Association, Winfield.
Winfield Building & Loan Association, Winfield.




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KENTUCKY

*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Ashland, Ashland.
Home Savings, Loan & Building Association, Bellevue.
Union Building Association, Bellevue.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Bowling Green, Bowling Green.
*Catlettsburg Federal Savings & Loan Association, Catlettsburg.
*Central City Federal Savings & Loan Association, Central City.
*Acme Federal Savings & Loan Association of Covington, Covington.
Centennial Perpetual Building & Loan Association, Covington.
*Citizens Federal Savings & Loan Association of Covington, Covington.
Columbia Building Association, Covington.
Commonwealth Perpetual Building & Loan Association, Covington.
Covington Building Association, Covington.
Economy Building Association, Covington.
Fifth District Building Association, Covington.
*FirstFederalSavings & Loan Association of Covington, Covington.
Forest Hill Building & Loan Association, Covington.
General Building Association, Covington.
*The Kentucky Perpetual Building & Loan Association of Covington, Kentucky,
Covington.
Lewisburg Building Association No. 3, Covington.
Liberty Building Association, Covington.
Madison Avenue Building Association, Covington.
Permanent Building & Loan Association, Covington.
Rosedale Building & Loan Association, Covington.
*Second Federal Savings & Loan Association of Covington, Covington.
South End Building Association, Covington.
Star Permanent Building Association, Covington.
*Suburban Perpetual Building & Loan Association. Covingto.
Union Perpetual Building & Loan Association, Covington.
Day-Bell Savings, Loan & Building Association, Dayton.
Elizabethtown Building & Loan Association, Elizabethtown.
Elsmere Building & Loan Association, Erlanger.
Erlanger Perpetual Building & Loan Association, Erlanger.
Florence Building & Loan Association, Florence.
Highland Building & Loan Association, Fort Thomas.
Fulton Building & Loan Association, Fulton.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Glasgow, Glasgow.
Loan Association of Hartford, Hartford.
*Ohio County Federal Savings
*Federal Savings & Loan Association of Hazard, Hazard.
Henderson Building & Loan Association, Henderson.
*Hickman Federal Savings & Loan Association, Hickman.
*La Rue Federal Savings & Loan Association, Hodgenville.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Hopkinsville, Hopkinsville.
*FirstFederal Savings c Loan Association of Lexington, Lexington.
*Lexington Federal Savings & Loan Association, Lexington.
Peoples Savings Fund & Building Association, Lexington.
*London Federal Savings & Loan Association, London.
Big Sandy Building Association, Louisa.
Avery Building Association, Louisville.
*Greater Louisville First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Louisville,
Louisville.
*Jefferson Federal Savings & Loan Association, Louisville.
Lincoln Building & Loan Association, Louisville.
*Louisville Home Federal Savings & Loan Association, Louisville.
*PortlandFederal Savings & Loan Association of Louisville, Louisville.
*South End Federal Savings & Loan Association of Louisville, Louisville.
Young Men's Building & Loan Association, Mayfield.
*Middlesboro Federal Savings & Loan Association, Middlesboro.
*Morehead Federal Savings & Loan Association, Morehead.
American Loan & Building Association, Newport.
*Clifton-Southgate Federal Savings & Loan Association of Newport, Newport.
*Daylight Federal Savings & Loan Association of Newport, Newport.
*FavoriteFederal Savings & Loan Association of Newport, Newport.
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Home Loan & Building Association, Newport.
Ideal Savings, Loan & Building Association, Newport.
*Kentucky Enterprise Federal Savings
Loan Association of Newport,
Newport.
Licking Valley Building Association No. 3, Newport.
*Monmouth St. Fedeu at Savings & Loan Association of Newport, Newport.
National Loan & Building Association No. 1, Newport.
Newport Building & Loan Association No. 1, Newport.
Pioneer Building Association, Newport.
Progressive Loan & Building Association of Newport, Newport.
Sixth Ward Loan & Building Association, Newport.
*The Standard Savings Building & Loan Association of Newport, Kentucky,
Newport.
Workingmen's Loan & Building Association, Newport.
Jessamine County Building & Loan Association, Nicholasville.
Owensboro Building & Loan Association, Owensboro.
National Savings & Building Association, Paducah.
Big Sandy Federal Savings & Loan Association of Paintsville, Paintsvllle.'
Burbon Building & Loan Association, Paris.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Pineville, Pineville.
*PrincetonFederal Savings & Loan Association, Princeton.
*Providence Federal Savings & Loan Association, Providence.
Normal City Building & Loan Association, Richmond.
Russell Building & Loan Association, Russell.
*FederalSavings & Loan Association of Russellville, Russellville.
Ohio Valley Building & Loan Association, Shively.
Somerset Building & Loan Association, Somerset.
Woodford County Building & Loan Association, Versailles.
*Winchester Federal Savings & Loan Association, Winchester.
LOUISIANA

Home Building & Loan Association, Alexandria.
Rapides Building & Loan Association, Alexandria.
*Bastrop Federal Savings & Loan Association, Bastrop.
*Baton Rouge Building & Loan Association, Baton Rouge.
*The Capital Building & Loan Association, Baton Rouge.
*Citizens Building & Loan Association, Baton Rouge.
*Jefferson Homestead Association, Baton Rouge.
*Union Federal Savings & Loan Association, Baton Rouge.
*St. Tammany Homestead Association, Covington.
*Teche Federal Savings & Loan Association of Franklin,Franklin.
*Florida Parishes Homestead Association, Hammond.
*Hammond Building & Loan Association, Hammond.
*The Community Homestead Association, Houma.
*Jennings Federal Savings & Loan Association, Jennings.
*JonesboroFederal Savings c&Loan Association of Jonesboro, Jonesboro.
*The Home Building & Loan Association, Lafayette.
*Lafayette Building Association, Lafayette.
*Calcasieu Building & Loan Association, Lake Charles.
*The North Louisiana Federal Savings & Loan Association, Lake Providence.
*The De Soto Federal Savings & Loan Association of Mansfield, Mansfield.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Monroe, Monroe.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Natchitoches, Natchitoches.
*Progressive Mutual Building & Loan Association, Natchitoches.
*The Iberia Building Association, New Iberia.
*Acme Homestead Association, New Orleans.
*Algiers Homestead Association, New Orleans.
*American Homestead Co., New Orleans.
*Carrolton Homestead Association, New Orleans.
*Citizens Homestead Association, New Orleans.
*Continental Building & Loan Association, New Orleans.
Crescent City Building & Homestead Association, New Orleans.
*Dixie Homestead Association, New Orleans.
*Dryades Building & Loan Association, New Orleans.
*Equitable Homestead Association, New Orleans.




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*Eureka Homestead Society, New Orleans.
*The Fidelity Homestead Association, New Orleans.
*Fifth District Homestead Society, New Orleans.
*General Building & Loan Association, New Orleans.
Greater New Orleans Homestead Association, New Orleans.
*Homeseekers Building & Loan Association, New, Orleans.
*Jackson Homestead Association, New Orleans.
Mohawk Homestead Association, New Orleans.
*Orleans Homestead Association, New Orleans.
*Pelican Homestead Association, New Orleans.
*The People's Homestead Association, New Orleans.
Phoenix Building & Homestead Association, New Orleans.
*Security Building & Loan Association, New Orleans.
*Sixth District Building & Loan Association, New Orleans.
*Suburban Building & Loan Association, New Orleans.
*Third District Building Association, New Orleans.
*Union Homestead Association, New Orleans.
*The Iberville Building & Loan Association, Plaquemine.
*Ponchatoula Homestead Association, Ponchatoula.
*Ruston Building & Loan Association, Ruston.
*First
Federal Savings & Loan Association of Shreveport, Shreveport.
*Home Federal Savings & Loan Association of Shreveport, Shreveport.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Winnfield, Winnfield.
MAINE

Auburn Loan & Building Association, Auburn.
Augusta Loan & Building Association, Augusta.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Bath, Bath.
Calais Federal Savings & Loan Association," Calais.
Aroostook Federal Savings & Loan Association," Caribou.
Dexter Loan & Building Association, Dexter.
Ellsworth Loan & Building Association, Ellsworth.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association, Lewiston.
Casco Loan & Building Association, Portland.
Cumberland Loan & Building Association, Portland.
Deering Loan & Building Association, Portland.
Falmouth Loan & Building Association, Portland.
Federal Loan & Building Association, Portland.
Homestead Loan & Building Association, Portland.
Maine Loan & Building Association, Portland.
Richmond Loan & Building Association, Richmond.
Rockland Loan & Building Association, Rockland.
*Rumford Federal Savings d Loan Association, Rumford.
Sanford Loan & Building Association, Sanford.
*Kennebec Federal Savings & Loan Association of Waterville, Waterville.
Waterville Loan & Building Association, Waterville.
MARYLAND

Annapolis and Eastport Building Association, Annapolis.
Enterprise Building & Loan Association of Annapolis, Annapolis.
Acme Savings & Building Association, Baltimore.
Alliance Building & Loan Association, Baltimore.
Alta Building & Loan Association, Baltimore.
American National Building & Loan Association, Baltimore.
*Arlington Federal Savings & Loan Association, Baltimore.
*Arundel Federal Savings & Loan Association of Baltimore City, Baltimore.
The Assurance Permanent Loan & Savings Association.
Aurora Building & Loan Association, Baltimore.
Belair Building Association, Baltimore.
Belvedere Building & Loan Association of Baltimore, Baltimore.
Beverly Hills Building & Loan Association, Baltimore.
Bohemian-American Building Association, Baltimore.
Bohemian Building, Loan & Savings Association (Slavie) of Baltimore City,
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*BradfordFederal Savings & Loan Association, Baltimore.
Builders & Mechanics Permanent Building Association, Baltimore.
The Calverton Perpetual Building, Savings & Loan Association, Baltimore.
Cedar Building & Loan Association, Baltimore.
Chancery Building & Loan Association, Baltimore.
Community Building Association, Baltimore.
Conway Street Building Association No. 1, Baltimore.
Cornerstone Building & Loan Association, Inc., Baltimore.
David Reus Permanent Loan & Savings Co., Baltimore.
*Druid Hill Federal Savings c Loan Association of Baltimore City, Baltimore.
East Avenue Building & Loan Association, Baltimore.
Ellwood Permanent Building Association, Baltimore.
Fairview Building & Loan Association, Baltimore.
Federal Monument Building & Savings Association, Baltimore.
Fidelity Permanent Building & Loan Association, Baltimore.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Brooklyn, Baltimore.
Franklin Square Permanent Building & Loan Association, Baltimore.
Fraternity Building & Loan Association, Baltimore.
The Fullerton Permanent Loan Association of the 12th District of Baltimore
County, Baltimore.
George Grehm Perpetual Building & Loan Association of Baltimore City, Bhl
timore.
Glenmore Permanent Building & Loan Association, Baltimore.
Greek American Building & Savings Association, Baltimore.
Harrison Building Association No. 10, Baltimore.
Hearthstone Building & Loan Association, Baltimore.
Hillen Building Association, Inc., Baltimore.
Home Building Association of Brooklyn, Inc., Baltimore.
Homeland Willow Building & Loan Association, Inc., Baltimore.
Homeseekers' Loan & Building Association, Baltimore.
Homewood Savings & Loan Association, Baltimore.
Hopkins Homestead & Building Association, Baltimore.
Independent Patterson Park Permanent Loan & Building Association, Balti
more.
*Irvington Federal Savings & Loan Association of Baltimore City, Baltimore.
Jackson Square Loan & Savings Association, Baltimore.
Kenwood Building, Loan & Savings Association, Baltimore.
Lafayette Perpetual Building Association, Baltimore.
Lakeland Building & Loan Association, Baltimore.
*Leeds Federal Savings & Loan Association, Baltimore.
Lincoln Highway Permanent Building & Loan Association, Baltimore.
Linwood Building & Loan Association, Baltimore.
Lithuanian Hollins Street Hall Building & Loan Association, Inc., Baltimore.
Locust Point Building & Loan Association, Baltimore.
*Loyola Federal Savings & Loan Association, Baltimore.
Madison & Bradford Street Permanent Building Association, Baltimore.
Madison Square Permanent Building Association. Baltimore.
The Maryland Building & Loan Association of Baltimore City, Baltimore.
Mayflower Savings & Loan Association, Baltimore.
*McKim's Hill Federal Savings & Loan Association of Baltimore, Baltimore.
Monroe Permanent Building & Loan Association of Baltimore, Baltimore.
New Baltimore Loan & Savings Co., Baltimore.
New Home Building & Loan Association, Baltimore.
North Gay Street Permanent Building Association, Baltimore.
*Occident Federal Savings & Loan Association of Baltimore City, Baltimore.
Peabody Heights Building & Loan Association, Baltimore.
Pearl Street Perpetual Savings & Building Association, Baltimore.
*Pennsylvania Avenue Federal Savins & Loan Association, Baltimore.
Plaza Permanent Building & Loan Association, Baltimore.
Premier Building Association, Baltimore.
Preston Permanent Building & Loan Association, Baltimore.
Progress Building Association, Baltimore.
Progressive Building Association, Baltimore.
Purity Building Association of Baltimore City, Baltimore.
Pyramid Building & Loan Association, Baltimore.
Raspeburg Building & Loan Association, Inc., Baltimore.




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Reliable Savings & Loan Association, Baltimore.
Reliance Loan & Savings Association, Baltimore.
Royal Oak Perpetual Building Association, Baltimore.
The Safety Perpetual Building & Loan Association of Baltimore City, Balti
more.
Samuel Ready Building Association, Baltimore.
Security Perpetual Building & Loan Association, Baltimore.
Shamrock Building & Loan Association, Inc., Baltimore.
Sun Building & Loan Association, Baltimore.
Title Permanent Building & Loan Association, Inc., Baltimore.
Tuscan Permanent Building & Loan Association, Baltimore.
Uncle Sam Loan & Savings Co., Baltimore.
Union Square Building Association, Baltimore.
Utility Savings & Loan Association, Baltimore.
Venable Building & Savings Association, Baltimore.
Walbrook Park Permanent Building Association of Baltimore, Baltimore.
Waldorf Savings & Loan Association, Baltimore.
West Baltimore Building Association of Baltimore City, Baltimore.
Woodlawn Heights Building & Loan Association, Baltimore.
Chevy Chase Building & Loan Association, Chevy Chase.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Cumberland, Cumberland.
Dorsey Building & Loan Association, Dorsey.
United Building & Loan Association of Glen Burnie, Glen Burnie.
Glyndon Permanent Building Association, Glyndon.
Washington County Building & Loan Association, Hagerstown.
City Building & Loan Association of Harford County, Havre de Grace.
Hyattsville Building Association, Hyattsville.
Pikesville Building & Loan Association of Baltimore County, Pikesville.
*Rosedale Federal Savings & Loan Association, Rosedale.
*The Citizens Building & Loan Association of Montgomery County, Inc., Silver
Spring.
Suburban District Building Association, Inc., Silver Spring.
Northwestern Savings & Loan Association, Takoma Park.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Towson, Towson.
Prince George's County Suburban Home Building Association, Upper Marlboro.
MASSACHUSETTS

Arlington Cooperative Bank, Arlington.
Boston Cooperative Bank, Boston.
Congress Cooperative Bank, Boston.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Boston, Boston.
Guardian Cooperative Bank, Boston.
Home Owners Cooperative Bank, Boston.
Homestead Cooperative Bank, Boston.
Mattapan Cooperative Bank, Boston.
Metropolitan Cooperative Bank, Boston.
Pioneer Cooperative Bank, Boston.
Provident Institute for Savings in the Town of Boston, Boston.
*Second Federal Savings & Loan Association of Boston, Boston.
Suffolk Cooperative Bank, Boston.
Telephone Workers Cooperative Bank, Boston.
*Union Federal Savings & Loan Association of Boston, Boston.
West Roxbury Cooperative Bank of Boston, Boston.
Workingmen's Cooperative Bank, Boston.
Montello Cooperative Bank, Brockton.
Security Cooperative Bank, Brockton.
Coolidge Corner Cooperative Bank, Brookline.
Central Square Cooperative Bank, Cambridge.
Reliance Cooperative Bank, Cambridge.
Chicopee Cooperative Bank, Chicopee.
Pilgrim Cooperative Bank, Cohasset.
Concord Cooperative Bank, Concord.
Dedham Cooperative Bank, Dedham.
*Harvard Federal Savings & Loan Association of Dorchester, Dorchester.
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Fidelity Cooperative Bank, Fitchburg.
Foxborough Cooperative Bank, Foxborough.
Greenfield Cooperative Bank, Greenfield.
City Cooperative Bank, Holyoke.
Holyoke Cooperative Bank, Holyoke.
Hyannis Cooperative Bank, Hyannis.
Ipswich Cooperative Bank, Ipswich.
Atlantic Cooperative Bank, Lawrence.
Lawrence Cooperative Bank, Lawrence.
Leominster Cooperative Bank, Leominster.
Lexington Cooperative Bank, Lexington.
Middlesex Cooperative Bank, Lowell.
Medfield Cooperative Bank, Medfield.
Middleboro Cooperative Bank, Middleboro.
Millbury Cooperative Bank, Millbury.
Natick Cooperative Bank, Natick.
Needham Cooperative Bank, Needham.
North Abington Cooperative Bank, North Abington.
Northampton Cooperative Bank, Northampton.
Pittsfield Cooperative Bank, Pittsfield.
Union Cooperative Bank, Pittsfield.
Plymouth Cooperative Bank, Plymouth.
Quincy Cooperative Bank, Quincy.
Reading Cooperative Bank, Reading.
Revere Cooperative Bank, Revere.
Roger Conant Cooperative Bank, Salem.
Salem Cooperative Bank, Salem.
Sandwich Cooperative Bank, Sandwich.
Sharon Cooperative Bank, Sharon.
Somerville Cooperative Bank, Somerville.
Winter Hill Cooperative Bank, Somerville.
Highland Cooperative Bank, Springfield.
Springfield Cooperative Bank. Springfield.
Mechanics' Cooperative Bank, Taunton2
Taunton Cooperative Bank, Taunton.
Waltham Cooperative Bank, Waltham.
Watertown Cooperative Bank, Watertown.
Waverly Cooperative Bank, Waverly.
Webster Cooperative Bank, Webster.
West Somerville Cooperative Bank, West Somerville.
West Springfield Cooperative Bank, West Springfield.
Winchendon Cooperative Bank, Winchendon.
Wollaston Cooperative Bank, Wollaston.
Equity Cooperative Bank, Worcester.
Home Cooperative Bank, Worcester.
Independent Cooperative Bank, Worcester.
Worcester Cooperative Bank, Worcester.
Cape Cod Cooperative Bank, Yarmouth Port.
MICHIGAN

*Adrian Federal Savings & Loan Association, Adrian.
Homestead Loan & Building Association, Albion.
Huron Valley Building & Savings Association, Ann Arbor.
*Calhoun Federal Savings & Loan Association, Battle Creek.
*Industrial Savings & Loan Association of Battle Creek, Battle Creek.
Mutual Building & Loan Association, Bay City.
Peoples Savings Association, Benton Harbor.
*Birmingham Federal Savings & Loan Association, Birmingham.
Oakland Building & Loan Association, Birmingham.
*BranchCounty Federal Savings & Loan Association, Coldwater.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Dearborn, Dearborn.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Detroit, Detroit.
National Loan & Investment Co., Detroit.
Standard Savings & Loan Association, Detroit.
Dowagiac Savings & Loan Association, Dowagiac.




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East Lansing Building & Loan Association, East Lansing.
*FirstFederal Savings d Loan Association of Flint, Flint.
Grand Rapids Mutual Building & Loan Association, Grand Rapids.
*Mutual Home Federal Savings & Loan Association, Grand Rapids.
Detroit & Northern Michigan Building & Loan Association, Hancock.
Hastings Building & Loan Association, Hastings.
New Michigan Building & Loan Association, Jackson.
Fidelity Building & Loan Association, Kalamaz6o.
Kalamazoo Building & Savings Association, Kalamazoo.
Peoples Savings Association, Kalamazoo.
Capitol Savings & Loan Co., Lansing.
Union Building & Loan Association, Ltd., Lansing.
*Midland Federal Savings & Loan Association, Midland.
Peoples Savings & Loan Association, Monroe.
*Muskegon Federal Savings & Loan Association, Muskegon.
*Niles Federal Savings & Loan Association, Niles.
*Owosso Federal Savings & Loan Association, Owosso.
*Plymouth Federal Savings & Loan Association, Plymouth.
*PontiacFederal Savings & Loan Association, Pontiac.
*Peoples Federal Savings & Loan Association of Royal Oak, Royal Oak.
Peoples Building & Loan Association, Saginaw.
Saginaw Building & Loan Association, Saginaw.
*Sault Ste. Marie Federal Savings & Loan Association, Sault Ste. Marie.
Sturgis Building & Loan Association, Sturgis.
Three Rivers Building & Loan Association, Three Rivers.
*Wayne County Federal Savings & Loan Association, Wayne.
*Down River Federal Savings & Loan Association, Wyandotte.
MINNESOTA

Albert Lea Building & Loan Association, Albert Lea.
*Alewandria Federal Savings & Loan Association, Alexandria.
Bemidji Building & Loan Association, Bemidji.
Loan Association, Breckenridge.
*Breckenridge Federal Savings
*Detroit Lakes Federal Savings & Loan Association, Detroit Lakes.
Federal Savings & Loan Association of Duluth, Duluth.
*First
*St. Louis County Federal Savings d Loan Association, Duluth.
*East Grand Forks Federal Savings & Loan Association, East Grand Forks.
Fairmont Building & Loan Association, Fairmont.
Fergus Falls Building & Loan Association, Fergus Falls.
*Hibbing Federal Savings & Loan Association, Hibbing.
*HutchisonFederal Savings & Loan Association, Hutchison.
*Lake City Federal Savings & Loan Association, Lake City.
*Little Falls Federal Savings & Loan Association, Little Falls.
Lyon County Building & Loan Association, Marshall.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Minneapolis, Minneapolis.
Loan Association of Minneapolis, Minneapolis.
*Hennepin Federal Savings
*Home Federal Savings & Loan Association, Minneapolis.
*NorthwesternFederal Savings & Loan Association of Minneapolis, Minneapolis.
*Peoples Federal Savings & Loan Association of Minneapolis, Minneapolis.
*Twin City Federal Savings & Loan Association, Minneapolis.
*Moorhead Federal Savings & Loan Association, Moorhead.
*Owatonna Federal Savings & Loan Association, Owatonna.
Steele County Building & Loan Association, Owatonna.
Pipestone Building & Loan Association, Pipestone.
*Security Federal Savings & Loan Association, St. Cloud.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of St. Paul, St. Paul.
*Minnesota Federal Savings & Loan Association, St. Paul.
Northern Building & Loan Association, St. Paul.
*St. Paul Federal Savings & Loan Association, St. Paul.
*Home Federal Savings & Loan Association of Spring Valley, Spring Valley.
Washington Federal Savings & Loan Association of Stillwater,' Stillwater.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Thief River Falls, Thief River
Falls.
*Wadena Federal Savings & Loan Association, Wadena.
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*Wells Federal Savings & Loan Association, Wells.
*Willmar Federal Savings & Loan Association, Willmar.
*Windom Federal Savings & Loan Association, Windom.
*Worthington Federal Savings & Loan Association, Worthington.
MISSISSIPPI
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Aberdeen, Aberdeen.
*Amory Federal Savings & Loan Association, Amory.
*PanolaCounty Federal Savings & Loan Association, Batesville.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Belzoni, Belzoni.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Biloxi, Biloxi.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Canton, Canton.
Clarksdale Building & Loan Association, Clarksdale.
*Cleveland Federal Savings & Loan Association, Cleveland.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Columbus, Columbus.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Corinth, Corinth.
Washington County Building & Loan Association, Greenville.
*Coast Federal Savings & Loan Association, Gulfport.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association, Hattiesburg.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Jackson, Jackson.
Kosciusko Building & Loan Association, Kosciusko.
*Inter-City Federal Savings & Loan Association of Louisville, Louisville.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of McCovmb, McComb.
Natchez Building & Loan Association, Natchez.
*DeltaFederal Savings & Loan Association of Shaw, Shaw.
Tunica Building & Loan Association, Tunica.
*Community Federal Savings & Loan Association of Tupelo, Tupelo.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Starkville, Starkville.
Mississippi Building & Loan Association, Vicksburg.
*Clay County Federal Savings & Loan Association, West Point.
Winona Building & Loan Association, Winona.
MISSOURI

Bonne Terre Building & Loan Association, Bonne Terre.
*Brookfield Federal Savings ' Loan Association, Brookfield.
*Butler Building & Loan Association, Butler.
*Cameron Building & Loan Association, Cameron.
Campbell Building & Loan Association, Campbell.
Surety Savings & Loan Association, Cape Girardeau.
*Home Federal Savings & Loan Association of Carthage, Carthage.
*Boone County Federal Savings & Loan Association of Centralia, Centralia.
*Chillicothe Federal Savings d Loan Association, Chillicothe.
*Clayton Federal Savings & Loan Association, Clayton.
Henry County Building & Loan Association, Clinton.
Boone National Savings & Loan Association, Columbia.
Dexter Savings & Loan Association, Dexter.
*Ozarks Federal Savings & Loan Association, Farmington.
St. Francois County Building & Loan Association, Farmington.
Phoenix Mutual Building & Loan Association, Flat River.
Bluff City Mutual Savings & Loan Association, Hannibal.
George D. Clayton Building & Loan Association, Hannibal.
Home Building & Loan Association of Hardin, Hardin.
*Community Federal Savings & Loan Association of Independence, Independence.
Independence Savings & Loan Association, Independence.
Home Building & Loan Association, Jefferson City.
Mutual Building & Loan Association, Jefferson City.
New Cole County Building & Loan Association, Jefferson City.
*Joplin Federal Savings & Loan Association, Joplin.
Southwestern Building & Loan Association, Joplin.
American Savings & Loan Association, Kansas City.
Baltimore Avenue Building & Loan Association, Kansas City.
*Baltimore Avenue Federal Savings c Loan Association of Kansas City, Kan
sas City.
Bankers Savings & Loan Association, Kansas City.
*Blue Valley Federal Savings & Loan Association of Kansas City, Kansas City.




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*Central Federal Savings & Loan Association of Kansas City, Kansas City.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Kansas City, Kansas City.
First Mortgage Savings & Loan Association, Kansas City.
Gateway Savings & Loan Association, Kansas City.
Guardian Savings & Loan Association, Kansas City.
*Home Federal Savings & Loan Association of Kansas City, Kansas City.
Kansas City Building & Loan Association, No. 6, Kansas City.
Missouri Valley Savings & Loan Association, Kansas City.
Public Service Company's Savings & Loan Association, Kansas City.
*Rockhill Federal Savings & Loan Association of Kansas City, Kansas City.
*Safety Federal Savings d Loan Association of Kansas City, Kansas City.
Santa Fe Savings & Loan Association, Kansas City.
*Sentinel Federal Savings & Loan Association of Kansas City, Kansas City.
*South Side Federal Savings & Loan Association of Kansas City, Kansas City.
*Standard Federal Savings & Loan Association of Kansas City, Kansas City.
*Success Federal Savings ,& Loan Association of Kansas City, Kansas City.
*Swedish-American Savings & Loan Association, Kansas City.
Kirksville Building & Loan Association, Kirksville.
*Kirkwood Federal Savings & Loan Association, Kirkwood.
The Lebanon Building & Loan Association, Lebanon.
Lees Summit Building & Loan Association, Lees Summit.
.Liberty Federal Savings d Loan Association, Liberty.
Lilbourn Building & Loan Association, Lilbourn.
Macon Building & Loan Association, Macon.
First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Moberly, Moberly.
Monett Building & Loan Association, Monett.
Mount Vernon Building & Loan Association, Mount Vernon.
'Farm & Home Savings Loan Association of Missouri, Nevada.
Home Savings & Loan Association of Norborne, Norborne.
Community Federal Savings & Loan Association of Overland, Overland.
'St. Louis County Federal Savings & Loan Association of Pine Lawn, Pine Lawn.
*Security FederalSavings & Loan Association of Raytown, Raytown.
Richmond Savings & Loan Association, Richmond.
Buchanan Building & Loan Association, St. Joseph.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of St. Joseph, St. Joseph.
ifMidwest FederalSavings & Loan Association of St. Joseph, St. Joseph.
American Home Building & Loan Association, St. Louis.
*Cass Federal Savings & Loan Association of St. Louis, St. Louis.
Columbia Building & Loan Association of St. Louis, St. Louis.
Conservative Building & Loan Association, St. Louis.
Economy Building & Loan Association, St. Louis.
First Federal Savings & Loan Association of St. Louis, St. Louis.
Gas & Electric Building & Loan Association, St. Louis.
Gravois Home Building & Loan Association, St. Louis.
Hamiltonian Building Loan & Savings Association, St. Louis.
*Lafayette Federal Savings & Loan Association of St. Louis, St. Louis.
Midland Building & Loan Association, St. Louis.
Midwest Savings & Loan Association, St. Louis.
Missouri Building & Loan Association, St. Louis.
Mount Olive Building & Loan Association, St. Louis.
New Age Building & Loan Association, St. Louis.
Paramount Savings & Loan Association, St. Louis.
Progress Building, Loan & Savings Association, St. Louis.
Real Estate Building & Loan Association, St. Louis.
*Reliance Federal Savings & Loan Association of Affton, St. Louis.
Reserve Building & Loan Association of St. Louis, St. Louis.
*Roosevelt Federal Savings & Loan Association of St. Louis, St. Louis.
*St. Louis Federal Savings & Loan Association, St. Louis.
Surety Home Building & Loan Association, St. Louis.
*Washington Federal Savings & Loan Association of St. Louis, St. Louis.
Great Southern Savings & Loan Association, Springfield.
*Guaranty Federal Savings d Loan Association of Springfield, Springfield.
Missouri Home Savings & Loan Association, Springfield.
Systematic Savings & Loan Association, Springfield.
Sweet Springs Building & Loan Association, Sweet Springs.
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*University City Federal Savings & Loan Association, University City.
Quarry City Building & Loan Association, Warrensburg.
Dividend Plan Savings & Loan Association, Webster Groves.
Webster Groves Loan & Building Association, Webster Groves.
MONTANA

Billings Building & Loan Association, Billings.
Security Building & Loan Association, Billings.
Pioneer Building & Loan Association, Bozeman.
*Deer Lodge Federal Savings & Loan Association, Deer Lodge.
Great Falls Building & Loan Association, Great Falls.
*The Mountain States Building & Loan Association, Great Falls.
Great Western Building & Loan Association, Kalispell.
Empire Building & Loan Association, Livingston.
Missoula Building & Loan Association, Missoula.
Western Montana Building & Loan Association, Missoula.
Northern Building & Loan Association, Sidney.
NEBRASKA

Alliance Building & Loan Association, Alliance.
Home Savings & Loan Association of Beatrice, Beatrice.
Blair Building 4 Loan Association, Blair.
Knox County Building & Loan Association, Bloomfield.
*Custer Feerral Savings & Loan Association of Broken Bow, Broken Bow.
Chadron Building & Loan Association. Chadron.
'lobe Savings & Loan Association, Columbus.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Dawson County, Cozad.
*Falls City Federal Savings & Loan Association, Falls City.
*Platte Valley Federal Savings & Loan Association, Gering.
*Home Federal Savings & Loan Association of Grand Island, Grand Islanm
Hastings Building & Loan Association, Hastings.
*Hastings Federal Savings & Loan Association, Hastings.
*Federal Savings & Loan Association of Kearney, Kearney.
American Savings & Loan Association, Lincoln.
First Building & Loan Association of University Place, Lincoln.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Lincoln, Lincoln.
Home Savings & Loan Association, Lincoln.
Lincoln Savings & Loan Association, Lincoln.
Midwest Savings & Loan Association, Lincoln.
Union Loan & Savings Association, Lincoln.
Home Building & Savings Association, McCook.
*Nebraska City Federal Savings & Loan Association, Nebraska City.
*Allied Building & Loan Association of Norfolk, Nebraska, Norfolk.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Omaha, Omaha.
*Schuyler Federal Savings
Loan Association, Schuyler.
*Sidney Federal Savings & Loan Association, Sidney.
*Wayne Federal Savings & Loan Association, Wayne.
NEVADA

The Mutual Building & Loan Association, Las Vegas.
Union Building & Loan Association, Reno.
NEW HAMPSHIRE

The City Savings Bank, Berlin.
Concord Building & Loan Association, Concord.
Franklin Building & Loan Association, Franklin.
Keene Building & Loan Association, Keeile.
Laconia Building & Loan Association, Laconia.
*Laconia Federal Savings & Loan Association, Laconia.
Mascoma Savings Bank, Lebanon.
*Manchester Federal Savings & Loan Association, Manchester.
Milford Building & Loan Association, Milford.
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Nashua Building & Loan Association, Nashua.
Piscataqua Savings Bank, Portsmouth.
Portsmouth Savings Bank, Portsmouth.
Peoples Building & Loan Association, Rochester.
Salem Cooperative Bank, Salem Depot.
NEW JERSEY

Kearney Building & Loan Association, Arlington.
Asbury Park Building & Loan Association, Asbury Park.
Reserve Building & Loan Association, Asbury Park.
Boardwalk Building & Loan Association, Atlantic City.
Equitable Building & Loan Association, Atlantic City.
La Clede Building & Loan Association, Atlantic City.
Mutual Building & Loan Association, Atlantic City.
Peoples Building & Loan Association, Atlantic City.
Pride of Atlantic Building & Loan Association, Atlantic City.
Ventnor Building & Loan Association, Atlantic City.
Atlantic Highlands Building & Loan Association, Atlantic Highlands.
Audubon Building & Loan Association, Audubon.
Citizens Building & Loan Association of Audubon, Audubon.
King's Highway Building & Loan Association, Audubon.
Security Building & Loan Association of Avalon, Avalon.
Bay Shore Building & Loan Association, Barnegat.
Beach Building & Loan Association, Beach Arlington.
Long Beach Building & Loan Association, Beach Haven.
Belleville Building & Loan Association, Belleville.
Central Building & Loan Association of Belleville, Belleville.
North Belleville Building & Loan Association, Belleville.
Belmar Building & Loan Association, Belmar.
Fellowship Building & Loan Association, Bergenfield.
Long-A-Coming Building & Loan Association, Berlin.
Bloomfield Building & Loan Association, Bloomfield.
Constitution Building & Loan Association, Bloomfield.
Investing Building & Loan Association, Bogota.
Boonton Building & Loan Association, Boonton.
Homeric Building & Loan Association, Boonton.
Ogden Building & Loan Association, Boonton.
Bound Brook Building & Loan Association, Bound Brook.
Middlebrook Building & Loan Association, Bound Brook.
Jersey Coast Building & Loan Association, Bradley Beach.
Farmers & Mechanics Building & Loan Association of Burlington, Burlington.
Grover Cleveland Building & Loan Association, Caldwell.
Arcade Building & Loan Association, Camden.
Argonne Building & Loan Association, Camden.
Broadway Building & Loan Association, Camden.
Camden Optional Building & Loan Association, Camden.
Central Building & Loan Association of Camden, Camden.
Cooper Building & Loan Association, Camden.
Cottage Building & Loan Association, Camden.
John Campbell, Jr., Girard Building & Loan Association, Camden.
Lawn Del Building & Loan Association, Camden.
Mickle Building & Loan Association of Camden, Oamden.
Republic Building & Loan Association, Camden.
Cape May County Building & Loan Association, Cape May Court House.
Carlstadt Mutual Loan & Building Association, Carlstadt.
Roosevelt Building & Loan Association, Carteret.
Cedar Grove Building & Loan Association, Cedar Grove.
East Clifton Building & Loan Association, Clifton.
Harrington Building & Loan Association, Closter.
Collingswood Building & Loan Association, Collingswood.
Integrity Building & Loan Association of Collingswood, Collingswood.
Knight Park Building & Loan Association, Collingswood.
Cranford Mutual Building & Loan Association, Cranford.
Delanco Building & Loan Association, Delanco.
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Dover Building & Loan Association, Dover.,
Dumont Building & Loan Association of Dumont, Dumont.
Dunellen Building & Loan Association, Dunellen.
Home Building & Loan Association, Dunellen.
Apex Building & Loan Association, East Orange.
Brick Church Building & Loan Association, East Orange.
Civic Center Building & Loan Association, East Orange.
Clarion Building & Loan Association, East Orange.
Fairway Building & Loan Association, East Orange.
Fulton Building & Loan Association, East Orange.
Hollywood Building & Loan Association, East Orange.
Shepherd Building & Loan Association, East Orange.
Stronghold Building & Loan Association, East Orange.
Triumph Building & Loan Association of East Orange, East Orange.
East Paterson Building & Loan Association, East Paterson.
East Rutherford Savings, Loan & Building Association, East Rutherford.
Eatontown & Oceanport Building & Loan Association, Eatontown.
Collective Building & Loan Association, Egg Harbor City.
Egg Harbor Building & Loan Association, Egg Harbor City.
Citizens Building & Loan Association, Elizabeth.
Columbia Building & Loan Association, Elizabeth.
Security Building & Loan Association, Elizabeth.
Englishtown Building & Loan Association, Englishtown.
Fair Lawn Building & Loan Association of Fair Lawn, Fair Lawn.
Haller Building & Loan Association, Garfield.
Glen Ridge Building & Loan Association, Glen Ridge.
Home Ownership Building & Loan Association, Glen Rock.
Hudson County Caledonian Building & Loan Association, Grantwood.
Guttenberg Building & Loan Association, Guttenberg.
Excel Building & Loan Association, Hackensack.
Hackensack Mutual Building & Loan Association, Hackensack.
Industrial Building & Loan Association, Hackensack.
New Barbadoes Mutual Building & Loan Association of Hackensack, Hack
ensack.
North Jersey Building & Loan Association, Hackensack.
United Building & Loan Association, Hackensack.
Elizabeth Haddon Building & Loan Association, Haddonfield.
Haddon Heights Building & Loan Association, Haddon Heights.
Victory Building & Loan Association of Haddon Heights, Haddon Heights.
Hammonton Loan & Building Association, Hammonton.
Workingmen's Loan & Building Association, Hammonton.
Consolidated Building & Loan Association of the Town of Harrison, Harrison.
International Building & Loan Association, Harrison.
Hasbrouck Heights Building, Loan & Savings Association, Hasbroick Heights.
Polifly Building & Loan Association, Hasbrouck Heights.
Hawthorne Building & Loan Association, Hawthorne.
High Bridge Building & Loan Association, High Bridge.
Citizens Building & Loan Association, Hightstown.
Inter County Building & Loan Association, Hillside.
Lyons Farms Building & Loan Association, Hillside.
American Homes Building & Loan Association, Hoboken.
Guardian Building & Loan Association, Hoboken.
Hoboken Building & Loan Association, Hoboken.
Hohokus Building & Loan Association, Hohokus.
Supreme Building & Loan Association, Irvington.
Borrowers Building & Loan Association, Jersey City.
Central Building & Loan Association, Jersey City.
Citizens' Building & Loan Association of Jersey City, Jersey City.
Five Corners Building & Loan Association, Jersey City.
Franklin Building & Loan Association of Hudson County, Jersey City.
Hilltop Building & Loan Association, Jersey City.
Industrial Mutual Building & Loan Association, Jersey City.
Jackson Building & Loan Association, Jersey City.
Journal Square Building & Loan Association, Jersey City.
K. C. Building & Loan Association, Jersey City.
Kopernik Building & Loan Association, Jersey City.




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Lafayette Mutual Building & Loan Association, Jersey City.
Lincoln Building & Loan Association, Jersey City.
Phoenix Loan & Building Association, Jersey City.
Security Building & Loan Association of Jersey City, Jersey City.
Sparrow Hill Building & Loan Association, Jersey City.
Union Building & Loan Association, Jersey City.
West Bergen Building & Loan Association, Jersey City.
Keansburg Building & Loan Association, Keansburg.
Mutual Benefit Building & Loan Association of Kearny, Kearny.
West Hudson Building & Loan Association, Kearny.
Stonewall Building & Loan Association, Linden.
Little Ferry Building & Loan Association, Little Ferry.
Volunteer Building & Loan Association, Little Ferry.
Livingston Building & Loan Association, Livingston.
Monmouth County Building & Loan Association, Long Branch.
Third Avenue Building & Loan Association, Long Branch.
Dauntless Building & Loan Association, Lyndhurst (township).
James Building & Loan Association, Madison.
Liberal Building & Loan Association, Matawan.
Maywood Building & Loan Association, Maywood.
Medford Lakes Building & Loan Association, Medford Lakes.
Millburn Building & Loan Association, Millburn.
Washington Rock Building & Loan Association, Millburn.
Citizens' Building & Loan Association of Milltown, Milltown.
Hillside Building & Loan Association, Montclair.
Montclair Building & Loan Association, Montclair.
Nishuane Building & Loan Association, Montclair.
Montvale Building & Loan Association, Montvale.
Morris County Building & Loan Association, Morristown.
Morristown Building & Loan Association, Morristown.
Mountain Lakes Building & Loan Association, Mountain Lakes.
Pequannock & Wayne Building & Loan Association, Mountain View.
Alliance Building & Loan Association, Newark.
Bay View Building & Loan Association, Newark.
Beacon Building & Loan Association, Newark.
Beaver Building & Loan Association, Newark.
Brookdale Building & Loan Association, Newark.
Buildahome Building & Loan Association, Newark.
Casino Building & Loan Association, Newark.
Centre Market Building & Loan Association, Newark.
Conservative Building & Loan Association, Newark.
Eighth Ward Building & Loan Association, Newark.
Eleventh Ward Building & Loan Association, Newark.
Essex Mutual Building & Loan Association, Newark.
Guardsmen Building & Loan Association, Newark.
Holland Building & Loan Association, Newark.
J & M Building & Loan Association, Newark.
L. 0. 0. M. Building & Loan Association of Newark, Newark.
Mohawk Building & Loan Association, Newark.
North Newark Building & Loan Association, Newark.
Oliver Building & Loan Association, Newark.
Olympic Building & Loan Association, Newark.
Pacific Building & Loan Association, Newark.
Park Building & Loan Association of the City of Newark, Newark.
Post Office Building & Loan Association, Newark.
Prosperity Building & Loan Association, Newark.
Prudential Building & Loan Association, Newark.
South Broad Building & Loan Association, Newark.
Superb Building & Loan Association, Newark.
Trustworthy Building & Loan Association, Newark.
West End Building & Loan Association of Newark, Newark.
Business Men's Building & Loan Association, New Brunswick.
Highland Park Building & Loan Association, New Brunswick.
New Brunswick Building & Loan Association, New Brunswick.
Victory Building & Loan Association of North Bergen, North Bergen.
Anglesea Building & Loan Association, North Wildwood.




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Franklin Building & Loan Association, Nutley.
Spring Garden Building & Loan Association, Nutley.
Oakland Building & Loan Association, Oakland.
Bettle-Ridge Building & Loan Association, Oaklyn.
Oaklyn Building & Loan Association, Oaklyn.
Ocean City Building & Loan Association, Ocean City.
Seashore Building & Loan Association, Ocean City.
Orange Valley Building & Loan Association, Orange.
Interborough Building & Loan Association, Palisade.
Broad Avenue Building & Loan Association, Palisades Park.
Palmyra Building & Loan Association, Palmyra.
Twin Cities Building & Loan Association, Palmyra.
Fourth Ward Building & Loan Association, Passaic.
Greater Passaic Building & Loan Association, Passaic.
Union Loan & Building Association, Passaic.
American Building & Loan Association, Paterson.
Baltic Building & Loan Association, Paterson.
Benefactor Building & Loan Association, Paterson.
Carroll Building & Loan Association, Paterson.
Financial Building & Loan Association, Paterson.
Home Lovers Building & Loan Association, Paterson.
Italian American Building & Loan Association, Paterson.
Lakeview Building & Loan Association, Paterson.
Lincoln Park Building & Loan Association, Paterson.
Northside Building & Loan Association, Paterson.
Passaic Valley Building & Loan Association, Paterson.
Provident Building & Loan Association of Passaic County, Paterson.
Regent Building & Loan Association, Paterson.
Textile Home Building & Loan Association, Paterson.
Alcyon Building & Loan Association, Pitman.
Pitman Building & Loan Association, Pitman.
Plainfield Building & Loan Association, Plainfield.
Queen City & Home Building & Loan Association, Plainfield.
Union Building & Loan Association, Plainfield.
Point Pleasant Building & Loan Association, Point Pleasant Beach.
Pompton Lakes Building & Loan Association, Pompton Lakes.
Pompton Plains Building & Loan Association, Pompton Plains.
Princeton Building & Loan Association, Princeton.
Axia Building & Loan Association, Rahway.
Citizens Building & Loan Association, Rahway.
Reliance Cooperative Building & Loan Association, Rahway.
Workmen's Building & Loan Association of the City of Rahway, Rahway.
Red Bank Building & Loan Association, Red Bank.
Oratam Building & Loan Association, Ridgefield.
Overpeck Building & Loan Association, Ridgefield Park.
Park Building & Loan Association, Ridgefield Park.
Peoples Mutual Building & Loan Association, Ridgefield Park.
Cooperative Building & Loan Association, Ridgewood.
Glen Rock Building & Loan Association, Ridgewood.
Godwinville Building & Loan Association, Ridgewood.
Ridgewood Building & Loan Association, Ridgewood.
Rockaway Building & Loan Association, Rockaway.
Roseland Building & Loan Association, Roseland.
Roselle Building & Loan Association, Roselle.
Aldene Building & Loan Association, Roselle Park.
Twin Borough Building & Loan Association of Roselle Park. Roselle Park.
Rutherford Mutual Loan & Building Association, Rutherford.
Fanwood & Scotch Plains Building & Loan Association, Scotch Plains.
Seabright-Rumson Building & Loan Association, Seabright.
Secaucus Building & Loan Association, Secaucus.
Singac Building & Loan Association, Singac.
Investors & Owners Building & Loan Association, South Amboy.
Star Building & Loan Association, South Amboy.
South Plainfield Building & Loan Association, South Plainfield.
South River Building & Loan Association, South River.
South Seaville Loan & Building Association, South Seaville.




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Spring Lake Building & Loan Association, Spring Lake.
Sturdy Building & Loan Association of Stone Harbor, Stone Harbor.
Greater Stratford Building & Loan Association, Stratford.
Strathmere Building & Loan Association, Strathmere.
Hill City Building & Loan Association, Summit.
Teaneck Building & Loan Association, Teaneck (township).
Tenafly Building & Loan Association, Tenafly.
Capitol Building & Loan Association, Trenton.
Economia Building & Loan Association, Trenton.
Prospect Building & Loan Association, Trenton.
St. George Building & Loan Association, Trenton.
United Building & Loan Association, Trenton.
Tuckahoe Building & Loan Association, Tuckahoe.
Bergenline Building & Loan Association, Union City.
Conservative Building & Loan Association of Hudson County, Union City.
Dispatch Building & Loan Association of Union City, Union City.
Greater City Building & Loan Association, Union City.
Essential Building & Loan Association, Verona.
Fidelity Building & Loan Association of Vineland, Vineland.
Waldwick Building & Loan Association, Waldwick.
Wallington Building & Loan Association, Wallington.
Washington Building & Loan Association of New Jersey, Washington.
Fidelity Building & Loan Association, Weehawken.
Edison Building & Loan Association, West Orange.
Llewellyn Building & Loan Association, West Orange.
Home Building & Loan Association of Westfield, Westfield.
Mutual Building & Loan Association, Westfield.
Westfield Building & Loan Association, Westfield.
Old Buck Building & Loan Association, Westville.
Invincible Building & Loan Association, Westwood.
Westwood Building & Loan Association, Westwood.
Wharton Building & Loan Association, Wharton.
City of Wildwood Building & Loan Association, Wildwood.
Five Mile Beach Building & Loan Association, Wildwood.
Holly Beach City Building & Loan Association, Wildwood.
Wildwood Crest Building & Loan Association, Wildwood Crest.
Colonia Building & Loan Association, Woodbridge.
Wortendyke Building & Loan Association, Wortendyke.
Wyckoff Building & Loan Association, Wyckoff.
NEW MEXICO

*Alamagordo Federal Savings & Loan Association, Alamagordo.
*Albuquerque Federal Savings d Loan Association, Albuquerque.
*Provident Federal Savings c Loan Association of Albuquerque, Albuquerque.
Carlsbad Building & Loan Association, Carlsbad.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Clovis, Clovis.
*Deming Federal Savings & Loan Association, Deming.
*Gallup Federal Savings & Loan Association, Gallup.
Mutual Building & Loan Association, Las Cruces.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Las Vegas, Las Vegas.
*Gate City Building & Loan Association, Raton.
Chaves County Building & Loan Association, Roswell.
Equitable Building & Loan Association, Roswell.
Roswell Building & Loan Association, Roswell.
Mutual Building & Loan Association, Santa Fe.
*Grant County Federal Savings & Loan Association of Silver City, Silver City.
*TucumcariFederal Savings & Loan Association, Tucumcari.
NEW

YORK

*Central Savings & Loan Association, Albany.
*West End Federal Savings & Loan Association of Albany, Albany.
*Albion Federal Savings & Loan Association, Albion.
*Amsterdam Federal Savings & Loan Association, Amsterdam.
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*Baldwin FederalSavings & Loan Association, Baldwin.
*Baldwinsville Federal Savings & Loan Association, Baldwinsville.
Genesee County Loan Association, Batavia.
*Bayside Federal Savings & Loan Association, Bayside.
*Bronxville Federal Savings & Loan Association, Bronxville.
Bedford Co-Operative Building & Loan Association, Brooklyn.
*Brooklyn Federal Savings & Loan Association, Brooklyn.
*Flatbush Federal Savings & Loan Association of Brooklyn, Brooklyn.
*Hamilton Federal Savings & Loan Association of Brooklyn, Brooklyn.
Nassau Savings & Loan Association, Brooklyn.
*South Brooklyn,Savings & Loan Association, Brooklyn.
*Carlton Federal Savings & Loan Association of Buffalo, Buffalo.
Kensington Savings & Loan Association, Buffalo.
Riverside Co-Operative Savings & Loan Association, Buffalo.
Canton Savings & Loan Association, Canton.
Carthage Savings, Loan & Building Association, Carthage.
Central Valley Savings & Loan Association, Central Valley.
*East Rochester Fedral Savings 6 Loan Association, East Rochester.
Chemung Valley Savings & Loan Association, Elmira.
*Elmira Savings & Loan Association, Elmira.
*Bethpage Federal Savings & Loan Association of Farmingdale, Farmingdale.
*FloralPark Federal Savings & Loan Association, Floral Park.
*Flushing Federal Savings & Loan Association, Flushing.
Fredonia Savings & Loan Association, Fredonia.
*Freeport Federal Savings & Loan Association, Freeport, Long Island.
*Geneva Permanent Loan & Savings Association, Geneva.
*Gloversville Federal Savings
Loan Association, Gloversville.
*Hastings-on-Hudson Building, Co-Operative Savings & Loan Association, Hast
ings-on-Hudson.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Hempstead, Hempstead.
*HighlandFalls, West Point Fort Montgomery Federal Sav gs & Loan Asso
ciation, Highland Falls.
Maple City Co-operative Savings & Loan Association, Hornell.
*Huntington Federal Savings & Loan Association, Huntington.
*Sunnyside Federal Savings & Loan Association of Irvington, Irvington.
Ithaca Savings & Loan Association, Ithaca.
Elmhurst Savings & Loan Association, Jackson Heights, Long Island.
*Queens County Federal Savings & Loan Association of Jamaica, Jamaica.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Kenmore, Kenmore.
Kingston Co-operative Savings & Loan Association, Kingston.
Lancaster Savings & Loan Association, Lancaster.
*Larchmont Federal Savings & Loan Association, Larchmont.
*Lawrence Federal Savings & Loan Association, Lawrence, Long Island.
Long Island City Building & Loan Association, Long Island City.
*Lynbrook Federal Savings & Loan Association, Lynbrook.
*Mamaroneck Federal Savings & Loan Association, Mamaroneck.
Northfield Building Loan & Savings Association, Mariners Harbor, Staten
Island.
Homestead Building & Loan Association, Middletown.
Warwick, Monroe & Chester Building & Loan Association, Monroe.
South Shore Savings & Loan Association, New Dorp.
*New Rochelle Federal Savings & Loan Association, New Rochelle.
Bank Clerks' Cooperative Building & Loan Association, New York City.
*Donegan Hills-GrantCity Federal Savings & Loan Association, New York City.
Enterprise Savings & Loan Association, New York City.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of New York, New York City.
*FourthFederal Savings & Loan Association of New York, New York City.
Greater New York Savings & Loan Association, New York City.
*Knickerbocker Federal Savings & Loan Association, New York City.
Manhattan Savings & Loan Association, New York City.
New York Edison Savings & Loan Association, New York City.
*New York Federal Savings & Loan Association, New York City.
New York & Suburban Co-Operative Building & Loan Association, New York
City.
*Ninth Federal Savings & Loan Association of New York City, New York City.
*North New York Savings & Loan Association, New York City.




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Protective Savings & Loan Association, New York City.
*RailroadFederal Savings & Loan Association, New York City.
*Serial Federal Savings & Loan Association of New York City, New York City.
*West Side Federal Savings & Loan Association of New York City, New York
City.
Building & Loan Association of Newburgh, Newburgh.
*Northport Federal Savings & Loan Association, Northport.
Olean Savings & Loan Association, 2 Olean.
*Westchester County Savings & Loan Association, Ossining.
*Security Building & Loan Association, Oswego.
*Owego Federal Savings & Loan Asociation, Owego.
Park Co-Operative Savings & Loan Association, Pearl River.
*Champlain Valley Federal Savings & Loan Association of Plattsburgh, Platts
burgh.
Co-Operative Loan & Savings Society, Port Jervis.
Port Jervis Real Estate & Loan Association, Port Jervis.
*North Shore Building, Loan & Savings Association, Port Richmond, Staten
Island.
Third Ward Savings & Loan Association, Port Richmond, Staten Island.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Port Washington, Port Wash
ington.
Home Cooperative Savings & Loan Association, Poughkeepsie.
*Reliance Federal Savings & Loan Association of Queons Village, Queens Vil
lage, Long Island.
Savings & Loan Association of Richmond Hill, Richmond Hill.
*Home Federal Savings & Loan Association of Ridgewood, Ridgewood.
*FirstFederal Savings d Loan Association of Rochester, Rochester.
*Profit Savings & Loan Association, Rochester.
Saint George Building, Savings & Loan Association, Saint George.
*Salamanca Federal Savings & Loan Association, Salamanca.
*Saranac Lake Federal Savings & Loan Association, Saranac Lake.
*Sayville Federal Savings & Loan Association, Sayville.
Edgewater Co-Operative Savings & Building Loan Association, Stapleton,
Staten Island.
Suffern Savings & Loan Association, Suffern.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Syracuse, Syracuse.
Tompkinsville Co-Operative Savings & Loan Association, Tompkinsville, Staten
Island.
*Richmond County Federal Savings & Loan Association of Staten Island, Tot
tenville, Staten Island.
Troy Cooperative Savings & Loan Association, Troy.
Homestead Aid Association of Utica, Utica.
*Walden Federal Savings & Loan Association, Walden.
*Wallkill Valley Federal Savings & Loan Association, Wallkill.
Walton Cooperative Savings & Loan Association, Walton.
Westbury Savings & Loan Association, Westbury.
Westerleigh Building, Loan & Savings Association, Westerleigh, Staten Island.
Prudential Savings & Loan Association, West New Brighton.
*White Plains Federal Savings & Loan Association, White Plains.
*Columbia Building & Loan Association, Woodhaven.
*Yonkers Building & Loan Association, Yonkers.
NORTH OAROLINA

Aberdeen Building & Loan Association, Aberdeen.
Randolph County Building & Loan Association, Asheboro.
*Asheville Federal Savings & Loan Association, Asheville.
Belmont Building & Loan Association, Belmont.
Watauga Building & Loan Association, Boone.
*Community Federal Savings & Loan Association of Burlington, Burlington.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Burlington, Burlington.
Citizens Building & Loan Association, Carthage.
Mechanics Perpetual Building & Loan Association, Charlotte.
Clinton Building & Loan Association, Clinton.
Citizens Building & Loan Association, Concord.
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Davidson Building & Loan Association, Davidson.
Home Building & Loan Association, Dunn.
*FirstFederal Savings c Loan Association of Durham, Durham.
Home Building & Loan Association, Durham.
Security Building & Loan Association, Durham.
Albemarle Building & Loan Association, Elizabeth City.
Elkin-Jonesville Building & Loan Association, Elkiu.
Enfield Building & Loan Association, Enfield.
Farmville Building & Loan Association, Farmville.
Cross Creek Building & Loan Association, Fayetteville.
Fayetteville Building & Loan Association, Fayetteville.
*Home Federal Savings & Loan Association of Fayetteville, Fayetteville.
Forest City Building & Loan Association, Forest City.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Gastonia, Gastonia.
*Gastonia Mutual Building & Loan Association, Gastonia.
The Citizens Building & Loan Association, Goldsboro.
Goldsboro Building & Loan Association, Goldsboro.
Granite Building & Loan Association, Granite Falls.
Gate City Building & Loan Association, Greensboro.
Home Building & Loan Association, Greensboro.
Home Building & Loan Association. Greenville.
Hamlet Building & Loan Association, Hamlet.
Henderson Building & Loan Association, Henderson.
Home Building & Loan Association, Henderson.
*FirstFederalSavings d Loan Association of Hendersonville, Hendersonville.
First Building & Loan Association of Hickory, Hickory.
Mutual Building & Loan Association, Hickory.
Atlantic Building & Loan Association, High Point.
*High Point Perpetual Building & Loan Association, High Point.
Piedmont Building & Loan Association, High Point.
Kernersville Building & Loan Association, Kernersville.
Kings Mountain Building & Loan Association, Kings Mountain.
Home Building & Loan Association, Kinston.
Mutual Building & Loan Association, Kinston.
Scotland County Building & Loan Association. Laurinburg.
Industrial Building & Loan Association, Lexington.
Lexington Perpetual Building & Loan Association, Lexington.
Mutual Building & Loan Association, Lexington.
Madison Building & Loan Association, Madison.
Home Building Association, Marion.
Mocksville Building & Loan Association, Mocksville.
Mooresville Building & Loan Association, Mooresville.
Workmen's Building & Loan Association, Mount Airy.
*The Peoples Mutual Building & Loan Association, Mount Gilead.
New Bern Building & Loan Association, New Bern.
Oxford Building & Loan Association, Oxford.
Pinehurst Building & Loan Association, Pinehurst.
Raeford Building & Loan Association, Raeford.
Raleigh Building & Loan Association, Raleigh.
Mutual Building & Loan Association, Reidsville.
Rockingham Building & Loan Association, Reidsville.
Roanoke Rapids Building & Loan Association, Roanoke Rapids.
Richmond County Building & Loan Association, Rockingham.
*Builders Federal Savings & Loan Association of Rocky Mount, Rocky Mount.
Citizens Building & Loan Company, Rocky Mount.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Rocky Mount, Rocky Mount.
The New Home Building & Loan Association, Rocky Mount.
Roxboro Building & Loan Association, Roxboro.
*Citizens Building & Loan Association, Salisbury.
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Home Building & Loan Association, Salisbury.
Mutual Building & Loan Association, Salisbury.
Sanford Building & Loan Association, Sanford.
Shelby Building & Loan Association, Shelby.
Smithfield Building & Loan Association, Smithfield.
Southern Pines Building & Loan Association, Southern Pines.
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Home Building & Loan Association, Spray.
Mitchell County Building & Loan Association, Spruce Pine.
Mutual Building & Loan Association, Statesville.
Edgecomb Homestead and Loan Association, Tarboro.
Tarboro Building & Loan Association, Tarboro.
Taylorsville Building & Loan Association, Taylorsville.
Peoples Building & Loan Association, Thomasville.
*Tryon Federal Savings & Loan Association, Tryon.
Valdese Building & Loan Association, Valdese.
Wake Forest Building & Loan Association, Wake Forest.
Weldon Building & Loan Association, Weldon.
Whitakers Building & Loan Association, Whitakers.
Peoples Building & Loan Association, Whitesville.
Martin County Building & Loan Association, Williamston.
Carolina Building & Loan Association, Wilmington.
Citizens Building & Loan Association, Wilmington.
Cooperative Building & Loan Association, Wilmington.
Hanover Building & Loan Association, Wilmington.
*Peoples Building & Loan Association, Wilmington.
Progressive Building & Loan Association, Wilmington.
Rural Building & Loan Association, Wilmington.
Atlantic Building & Loan Association, Wilson.
Wilson Home & Loan Association, Wilson.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Winston-Salem, Winston-Salem.
*Piedmont Federal Savings & Loan Association, Winston-Salem.
Standard Building & Loan Association. Winston-Salem.
NORTH DAKOTA

*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Bismarck, Bismarck.
Dickinson Building & Loan Association, Dickinson.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Fargo, Fargo.
*Gate City Building & Loan Association, Fargo.
Metropolitan Building & Loan Association, Fargo.
Northwestern Mutual Savings & Loan Association, Fargo.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Grafton, Grafton.
Dakota Building & Loan Association, Grand Forks.
Grand Forks Building & Loan Association, Grand Forks.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Jamestown, Jamestown.
Jamestown Building & Loan Association, Jamestown.
Mandan Building & Loan Association, Mandan.
*Minot Federal Savings & Loan Association, Minot.
Fidelity Building & Loan Association, Valley City.
OHIO
*Akron Savings & Loan Co., Akron.
*Citizens Savings & Loan Co., Akron.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Akron, Akron.
Industrians Savings & Loan Co., Akron.
North Hill Savings & Loan Co., Akron.
*Permanent Savings & Loan Co., Akron.
South Akron Savings Association, Akron.
William H. Evans Building & Loan Association of Akron, Akron.
Industrial Savings & Loan Association, Alliance.
Midland Savings & Loan Co., Alliance.
Arcanum Building & Loan Association, Arcanum.
*FirstFederal Savings c Loan Association of Ashtabula, Ashtabula.
Harbor Building & Loan Co., Ashtabula.
Peoples Building & Loan .Co., Ashtabula.
Athens County Savings & Loan Co., Athens.
Mutual Home & Savings Association, Athens.
Great Northern Building & Loan Co., Barberton.
Peoples Building & Loan Co., Barnesville.
*Belmont Savings & Loan Co., Bellaire.
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Bellefontaine Building & Loan Co., Bellefontaine.
*Citizens Federal Savings & Loan Association of Bellefontaine, Bellefontaine.
*The Savings Building & Loan Co., Bellefontaine.
Industrial Savings & Loan Association, Bellevue.
Berea Savings & Loan Co., Berea.
Blue Ash Building & Loan Co., Blue Ash.
Equitable Savings & Loan Co., Bowling Green.
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First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Bowling Green, Bowling Green.
Mutual Savings & Loan Co., Bowling Green.
*Brewster Building & Loan Co., Brewster.
*Bridgeport Savings, Loan & Building Association, Bridgeport.
Bucyrus Loan & Building Co. of Bucyrus, Bucyrus.
Caldwell Building & Loan Co., Caldwell.
Cambridge Loan & Building Co., Cambridge.
County Savings & Loan Association, Cambridge.
*Citizens Building & Loan Co., Canton.
Loan Association of Canton, Canton.
*FirstFederal Savings
Home Savings & Loan Co., Canton.
*Stark Federal Savings & Loan Association of Canton, Canton.
*Cedarville Federal Savings & Loan Association, Cedarville.
*Mutual Savings & Loan Association, Celina.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Centerburg, Centerburg.
Chagrin Falls Savings & Loan Co., Chagrin Falls.
Cheviot Building & Loan Association, Cheviot.
Harvest Home Building & Loan Association, Cheviot.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Chillicothe, Chillicothe.
Addison Building & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Allemania Loan & Building Association, No. 2, Cincinnati.
Antonio Savings & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Aragon Savings & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Atlas Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
*Avondale Federal Savings & Loan Association of incinnati, Cincinnati.
Baltimore Avenue Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
Beekman Street Building & Loan Association, Cincinnati.
Bonton Building & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
*Bramble Federal Savings & Loan Association of Cincinnati, Cincinnati.
Bremen Street Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
Buckeye Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
Burnet Woods Building & Savings Association, Cincinnati.
*Business Men's Federal Savings ,& Loan Association, Cincinnati.
Calhoun Loan & Building Co., No. 2, Cincinnati.
Centennial Savings & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Central Building & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Central Hyde Park Savings & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Champion Building Association, Cincinnati.
*Cincinnati Federal Savings & Loan Association, Cincinnati.
Cincinnati Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
Cincinnatus Loan & Building Co. of Cincinnati, Cincinnati.
Citizens Building Association, No. 2, Cincinnati.
Citizens Gift Building & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
City Hall Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
City Savings & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Clark Street Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
Clifton Heights Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
Clifton Mutual Savings & Building Co., Cincinnati.
Clinton Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
Colerain Building & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
College Hill Progressive Building & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Congress Building Association Co., Cincinnati.
Corryville Building & Savings Co., Cincinnati.
Cottage Building & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Court House Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
Delta Loan Association Co., Cincinnati.
*Eagle Savings & Loan Association, Cincinnati.
East Clifton Savings & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
East End Loan Association Co., Cincinnati.




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East Side Building & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
East Walnut Hills Building & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Elm Street Industry Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
Enterprise Building Association Co., Cincinnati.
Ernst Station Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
Evanston Building & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Findlay Loan & Building Co., No. 3, Cincinnati.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Cincinnati, Cincinnati.
First Ward Building & Loan Association Co., Cincinnati,
Foundation Building & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Fourth Ward Building & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Fulton Building & Savings association, No. 4, Cincinnati.
Fundamental Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
Garden Deposit & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Garfield No. 1 Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
Garfield No. 2 Building & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
German-American Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
Germania Building Association, No. 3, Cincinnati.
Gest Street Building Association, No. 1, of Cincinnati, Cincinnati.
Gest Street Loan & Building Co., No. 2, Cincinnati.
Gilt Edge Building & Savings Co., Cincinnati.
Glenn Building & Savings Association, Cincinnati.
Globe Building & Savings Co., Cincinnati.
Gloria Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
Government Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
Green Street Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
Green Street No. 2 Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
Hawthorne Savings & Loan Association, Cincinnati.
Hewitt Avenue Loan & Building Association, Cincinnati.
Hillsdale Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
*Home Builders Loan & Savings Co., Cincinnati.
*Home Federal Savings & Loan Association-of Cincinnati, Cincinnati.
Hyde Park Building & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Irish Building & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
June Building, Savings & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Kindel Avenue Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
Liberal Savings & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Liberty Savings & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Lick-Run Building & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Lincoln Building Association, Cincinnati.
Linwood Savings & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Lion Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
Lion No. 1 Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
Liston Avenue Building & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Lower Market Loan & Building Association, Cincinnati.
Ludlow Avenue Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
Madison Building Association, Cincinnati.
*Market Building & Savings Co., Cincinnati.
Mentor Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
Mohawk Place Building & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Mount Lookout Savings & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Mount Washington Loan, Building & Deposit Co., Cincinnati.
Music Hall Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
Mutual Savings & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
National Building Association Co., Cincinnati.
North Cincinnati Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
North Fairmount Local Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
North Hyde Park Savings & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
O'Bryonville Building & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Odeon Building Association Co., Cincinnati.
Ormonde Savings & Loan Co., Cincinnati
*Orpheum Federal Savings d Loan Association of Cincinnati, Cincinnati.
Pleasant Ridge Building & Loan Co.. Cincinnati.
Poplar Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
Price Hill Electric Building & Loan Association. Cincinnati.
Price Hill No. 2 Building & Loan Co., Cincinnati.




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Progress Building & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Queen City Savings & Loan Association, Cincinnati.
Reading Road Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
Reliable Savings & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Republic Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
Ringgold Building & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Rosemont Building & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Sampson Savings & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
*San Marco Building & Loan Association, Cincinnati.
Security Savings & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Senate Building & Loan Association Co., Cincinnati.
Seventh Ward Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
Sixth Ward Building & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Standard Building & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Star Building Association No. 3 Co., Cincinnati
State Avenue Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
Tannery Building Association Co., Cincinnati.
Trades Union Savings & Loan Association, Cincinnati.
Tri-State Savings & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Twelfth Ward Building & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Twenty-first Ward Building & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Twenty-third Ward Building Association Co., Cincinnati.
The Victoria Savings & Loan Association, Cincinnati.
Vine Street Cable Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
Volunteer Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati.
Walnut Hills Savings & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
*Warsaw Federal Savings & Loan Association of Cincinnati, Cincinnati.
West Cincinnati Building & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
West Liberty Building & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Western Avenue Building Association, Cincinnati.
Westwood Building & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
*Woodburn Avenue Loan & Building Co., Cincinnati
Woodward Building & Loan Co., Cincinnati.
Workingmen's Building & Savings Co., Cincinnati.
*Broadview Savings & Loan Co., Cleveland.
*Buckeye Federal Savings & Loan Association, Cleveland.
*Citizens Federal Savings & Loan Association of Cleveland, Cleveland.
Cleveland Savings & Loan Co., Cleveland.
*Cuyahoga Savings & Loan Co., Cleveland.
Economy Savings & Loan Co., Cleveland.
Equity Savings & Loan Co., Cleveland.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Cleveland, Cleveland.
*Forest City Federal Savings & Loan Association of Cleveland, Cleveland.
*Home Federal Savings & Loan Association of Cleveland, Cleveland.
*Liberty Savings & Loan Co., Cleveland.
Lincoln Heights Savings & Loan Co., Cleveland.
*Lincoln Savings & Loan Co., Cleveland.
Lithuanian Savings & Loan Association, Cleveland.
*Ohio Savings & Loan Co., Cleveland.
Orleans Building & Loan Association, Cleveland.
Parkview Savings & Loan Association, Cleveland.
*Peoples Savings & Loan Association of Cleveland, Cleveland.
Roumanian Savings & Loan Co., Cleveland.
*Second Federal Savings d Loan Association of Cleveland, Cleveland.
Security Savings & Loan Co., Cleveland.
South Side Savings & Loan Association, Cleveland.
SSouthwestern Savings & Loan Co., Cleveland.
Tatra Savings & Loan Co., Cleveland.
Thrift Savings & Loan Co., Cleveland.
Ukranian Savings Co., Cleveland.
*Union Savings & Loan Co., Cleveland.
West Side Savings & Loan Association, Cleveland.
*Women's Federal Savings d Loan Association of Cleveland, Cleveland.
*Heights Savings & Loan Co., Cleveland Heights.
Buckeye State Building & Loan Co., Columbus.
Central Building Loan & Savings Co., Columbus.




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*Central Ohio Federal Savings & Loan Association of Columbus, Columbus.
*Clintonville Federal Savings & Loan Association of Columbus, Columbus.
*Dollar Federal Savings & Loan Association, Columbus.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Columbus, Columbus.
*FranklinFederal Savings & Loan Association of Columbus, Columbus.
*Hub Federal Savings & Loan Association, Columbus.
*North High Savings & Loan Co., Columbus.
*Ohio State Federal Savings & Loan Association, Columbus.
*Park Federal Savings & Loan Association, Columbus.
Railroad Building & Loan Co., Columbus.
Union Building & Savings Co., Columbus.
Conneaut Building & Loan Co., Conneaut.
Home Savings & Loan Co., Conneaut.
Home Building Loan & Savings Co., Coshocton.
Falls Savings & Loan Association, Cuyahoga Falls.
*Citizens Federal Savings & Loan Association of Dayton, Dayton.
Fidelity Building Association, Dayton.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Dayton, Dayton.
*Gem City Building & Loan Association, Dayton.
Permanent Building & Savings Association, Dayton.
*State Federal Savings & Loan Association, Dayton.
*Washington Federal Savings & Loan Association of Dayton, Dayton.
West Dayton Savings Association, Dayton.
West Side Building & Loan Co., Dayton.
Deer Park Building & Loan Co., Deer Park.
Defiance Home Savings & Loan Association, Defiance.
*Fidelity Federal Savings & Loan Association of Delaware, Delaware.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Delta, Delta.
East Cleveland Savings & Loan Co., East Cleveland.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of East Liverpool, East Liverpool.
Potters Savings & Loan Co., East Liverpool.
Union Savings & Loan Co., East Liverpool.
Eaton Loan & Home Aid Co., Eaton.
Elmwood Place Loan & Building Co., Elmwood Place.
Inter-Valley Building & Loan Association, Elmwood Place.
Northern Savings & Loan Co., Elyria.
Hancock Savings & Loan Co., Findlay.
Ohio Savings & Loan Association, Fostoria.
Miami Valley Building & Loan Co., Franklin.
Citizens Savings & Loan Co., Fremont.
H. B. Smith Building & Loan Co., Fremont.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Galion, Gallon.
Genoa Building & Loan Association, Genoa.
*GirardFederal Savings & Loan Association, Girard.
Glendale Building & Loan Association Co., Glendale.
Indian Village Savings & Loan Association, Gnadenhutten.
Home Building & Loan Co., Greenfield.
Greenville Building Co., Greenville.
*Columbia Federal Savings & Loan Association of Hamilton, Hamilton.
*Dollar Federal Savings & Loan Association of Hamilton, Hamilton.
*Home Federal Savings & Loan Association of Hamilton, Hamilton.
*Peoples Federal Savings & Loan Association of Hamilton, Hamilton.
*West Side Federal Savings & Loan Association of Hamilton, Hamilton.
Harrison Welfare Building Association, Harrison.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Ironton, Ironton.
*LawrenceFederal Savings & Loan Association of Ironton, Ironton.
Liberty Building & Loan Co., Ironton.
Lenox Building & Loan Co., Ivorydale.
Jefferson Building & Loan Association, Jefferson.
*FirstFederalSavings & Loan Association of Kent, Kent.
*Home Savings & Loan Co., Kenton.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Lakewood, Lakewood.
Midwest Savings & Loan Co., Lakewood.
*Orol Federal Savings & Loan Association of J2akewood, Lakewood.
Equitable Savings, Loan & Building Co., Lancaster.
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Peoples Building & Savings Co., Lebanon.
Mutual Savings & Loan Co., Lima.
Enterprise Building & Loan Association Co., Lockland.
London Home & Savings Co., London.
*Madison Federal Savings & Loan Association of London, London.
Citizens Home & Savings Association Co., Lorain.
Loveland Mutual Building & Loan Co., Loveland.
Madeira Building & Loan Co., Madeira.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Mansfield, Mansfield.
Mechanics Building & Loan Co., Mansfield.
Maple Savings & Loan Co., Maple Heights.
Mariemont Building & Loan Association, Mariemont.
Marietta Savings & Loan Co., Marietta.
Pioneer Savings & Loan Co., Marietta.
*Marion Federal Savings & Loan Association, Marion.
Citizens Home & Savings Co., Marysville.
Union County Savings & Loan Co., Marysville.
*First Savings & Loan Co., Massillon.
McArthur Savings & Loan Co., McArthur.
*Mutual Federal Savings c~ Loan Association of Miamisburg, Miamisburg.
Miami Savings & Loan Co., Miamitown.
Citizens Building, Loan & Savings Association, Middletown.
*Middletown Federal Savings & Loan Association, Middletown.
Milford Building, Loan & Savings Co., Milford.
Milford Home Building Co., Milford.
Hilltop Savings & Loan Co., Mount Healthy.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Mount Vernon, Mount Vernon.
Nelsonville Home & Savings Association, Nelsonville.,
*New Carlisle Federal Savings d Loan Association, New Carlisle.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Newark, Newark.
Newark Savings & Loan Co., Newark.
*Home Federal Savings & Loan Association of Niles, Niles.
*McKinley Federal Savings & Loan Association of Niles, Niles.
*Cleves-North Bend Building & Loan Co., North Bend.
Central Norwood Building & Loan Association, Norwood. 1
Elsmere Federal Savings & Loan Association of Norwood, Norwood.
First Building & Loan Co., Norwood.
Hunter Avenue Savings & Loan Association, Norwood.
Norwood Building & Loan Co., Norwood.
*Norwood Federal Savings & Loan Association, Norwood.
Norwood Home Savings Association, Norwood.
Norwood View Building & Loan Association, Norwood.
West Norwood Building & Loan Co., Norwood.
*Third Savings & Loan Co., Piqua.
American Building & Loan Association, Portsmouth.
Citizens Savings & Loan Association Co., Portsmouth.
Royal Savings & Loan Co., Portsmouth.
Reading Building & Loan Co., Reading.
Valley Central Building & Loan Co., Reading.
*Ripley Federal Savings & Loan Association, Ripley.
*Roseville Federal Savings & Loan Association, Roseville.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of St. Bernard, St. Bernard.
St. Bernard Loan & Building Association Co., St. Bernard.
St. Bernard Progressive Building & Loan Association Co., St. Bernard.
Town Hall Savings & Loan Association, St. Bernard.
*Union Building & Loan Co., St. Marys.
Peoples Loan & Savings Co., Sandusky.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Sidney, Sidney.
People's Savings & Loan Association, Sidney.
The Silverton Loan & Building Co., Silverton.
South Euclid Savings & Loan Co., South Euclid.
*Home City Federal Savings & Loan Association of Springfield, Springfield.
*Merchants & Mechanics Federal Savings & Loan Association of Springfield,
Springfield.
*Springfield Federal Savings c Loan Association, Springfield.
Jefferson Building & Loan Co., Steubenville.




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Ohio Valley Savings & Loan Co., Steubenville.
The Steubenville Building & Loan Association Co., Steubenville.
Union Buildng & Loan Co., Steubenville.
Sunbury Savings & Loan Co., Sunbury.
Citizens Building Association Co., Tiffin.
Seneca County Building & Loan Co., Tiffin.
*Monroe Federal Savings d Loan Association of Tippecanoe, Tippecanoe City.
Auburndale Savings & Loan Co., Toledo.
Corn City Savings Association, Toledo.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Toledo, Toledo.
Home Building & Savings Co., Toledo.
Lumbermen's Savings Association, Toledo.
Peoples Savings Association, Toledo.
Peoples Building & Savings Association, Troy.
*Uniontown Savings & Loan Association, Uniontown.
*PerpetualFederal Savings & Loan Association of Urbana,Urbana.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Van Wert, Van Wert.
*Van Wert Federal Savings
Loan Association, Van Wert.
The Versailles Building & Loan Co., Versailles.
Wapakoneta Building & Savings Co., Wapakoneta.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Warren, Warren.
*The Trumbull Savings & Loan Co., Warren.
First Building & Loan Co., Washington Court House.
Central Building & Loan Co., Wellsville.
*Milton Federal Savings & Loan Association, West Milton.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Willoughby, Willoughby.
*FirstFederal Savings c Loan Association of Wooster, Wooster.
Peoples Savings & Loan Co., Wooster.
*Home Federal Savings d Loan Association, Xenia.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Youngstown, Youngstown.
Home Savings & Loan Co., Youngstown.
*First FederalSavings Loan Association of Zanesville, Zanesville.
Zanesville Savings & Loan Co., Zanesville.
OKLAHOMA

*Home Federal Savings & Loan Association of Ada, Ada.
Altus Federal Savings & Loan Association," Altus.
American Savings & Loan Association, Anadarko.
Peoples Building & Loan Association, Ardmore.
Home Savings & Loan Association, Bartlesville.
Broken Arrow Building & Loan Association, Broken Arrow.
WOherokee Federal Savings & Loan Association, Cherokee.
*Chickasha Federal Savings & Loan Association, Chickasha.
*Claremore Federal Savings & Loan Association, Claremore.
*El Reno Federal Savings & Loan Association, El Reno.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Elk Citl, Elk City.
*Liberty Federal Savings & Loan Association of Enid, Enid.
Fairview Building & Loan Association, Fairview.
*Security Federal Savings & Loan Association of Guymon, Guymon.
Holdenville Building & Loan Association, Holdenville. *
McCurtain County Building & Loan Association, Idabel.
*Kingfisher Federal Savings & Loan Association, Kingfisher.
Home Building & Loan Association, Lawton.
McAlester Building & Loan Association, McAlester.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Muskogee, Muskogee.
*Phoenix Federal Savings & Loan Association, Muskogee.
*Kay County Federal Savings & Loan Association of Newkirk, Newkirk.
*State Federal Savings & Loan Association of Nowata, Nowata.
American Building & Loan Association, Oklahoma City.
Capitol Federal Savings & Loan Association of Oklahoma City,' Oklahoma
City.
Capital Hill Building & Loan Association, Oklahoma City.
Federal Savings & Loan Association of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City.
*Home Federal Savings & Loan Association of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma City.
*Local Federal Savings & Loan Association of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma City.




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Mutual Savings & Loan Association, Oklahoma City.
1Oklahoma City Federal Savings & Loan Association, Oklahoma City.
-.Security Federal Savings & Loan Association of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
City.
Okmulgee Building & Loan Association, Okmulgee.
Pauls Valley Building & Loan Association, Pauls Valley.
*Osage Federal Savings & Loan Association of Pavhuska, Pawhuska.
*Citizens Federal Savings & Loan Association of Sand Springs, Sand Springs.
*Sapulpa Federal Savings & Loan Association, Sapulpa.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Seminole, Seminole.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Shawnee, Shawnee.
*Home Federal Savings & Loan Association of Shawnee, Shawnee.
Stillwater Building & Loan Association, Stillwater.
*Home Federal Savings & Loan Association of Tulsa, Tulsa.
*People's Federal Savings & Loan Association of Tulsa, Tulsa.
*Security Federal Savings & Loan Association of Tulsa, Tulsa.
*Tulsa Federal Savings & Loan Association, Tulsa.
*United Federal Savings & Loan Association of Tulsa, Tulsa.
*Custer County Federal Savings & Loan Association, Weatherford.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Wewoka, Wewoka.
Woodward Building & Loan Association, Woodward.
OREGON

*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Albany, Albany.
The Valley Building & Loan Association, Albany.
*Eastern Oregon Federal Savings & Loan Association, Baker.
*Deschutes Federal Savings & Loan Association, Bend.
*FirstFederal Savings
Loan Association of Corvallis, Corvallis.
Liberty Savings & Loan Association, Corvallis.
*Polk County Federal Savings c Loan Association of Dallas, Dallas.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Eugene, Eugene.
Security Savings & Loan Association, Eugene.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Grants Pass, Grants Pass.
*Tualatin Valley Federal Savings & Loan Association of Tigard, Hillsboro.
Washington Savings & Loan Association, Hillsboro.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Klamath Falls, Klamath Falls.
*Lakeview Federal Savings & Loan Association, Lakeview.
*West Coast Federal Savings & Loan Association, Marshfield.
"FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of McMinnville, McMinnville.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Medford, Medford.
Jackson County Building & Loan Association, Medford.
*Medford Federal Savings & Loan Association, Medford.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Oregon City, Oregon City.
*FirstFederal Savings d Loan Association of Pendleton, Pendleton.
*Benjamin Franklin Federal Savings & Loan 'Association,Portland.
Benjamin Franklin Savings & Loan Association, Portland.
Equitable Savings & Loan Association, Portland.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Portland, Portland.
*Portland Federal Savings & Loan Association, Portland.
Douglas Building & Loan Association, Roseburg.
Umpqua Savings & Loan Association, Roseburg.
*Mutual Federal Savings & Loan Association, Salem.
Mutual Savings & Loan Association, Salem.
*Salem Federal Savings
Loan Association, Salem.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of The Dalles, The Dalles.
PENNSYLVANIA

Workingmen's Building & Loan Association of Woodlawn, Aliquippa.
Allison Park Building & Loan Association, Allison.
Altoona Building & Loan Association, Altoona.
Citizens Loan & Building Association of Altoona, Altoona.
Commonwealth Building & Loan Association, Altoona.
Enterprise Loan & Building Association No. 2, Altoona.
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First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Altoona, Altoona.
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Franklin Building & Loan Association, Altoona.
G. W. Shaffer Building & Loan Association, Altoona.
Industrial Building & Loan Association, Altoona.
Keystone Building & Loan Association, Altoona.
L. G. Runk Building & Loan Association, Altoona.
Liberty Building & Loan Association, Altoona.
Logan Loan & Building Association, Altoona.
Mutual Building & Loan Association, Altoona.
National Loan & Building Association, Altoona.
Peoples Building & Loan Association, Altoona.
Provident Building & Loan Association, Altoona.
Security Building & Loan Association, Altoona.
Standard Building & Loan Association, Altoona.
Union Building & Loan Association, Altoona.
Ambler Building & Loan Association, Ambler.
Community Building Association, Ambler.
Ambridge Building & Loan Association, Ambridge.
Economy Savings & Loan Association, Ambridge.
Atglen Building & Loan Association, Atglen.
Bakerstown Building & Loan Association, Bakerstown.
Peoples Building & Loan Association, Beaver Falls.
Greater Bellevue Building & Loan Association, Bellevue.
Equitable Building & Loan Association, Bethlehem.
Keystone Building & Loan Association, Bethlehem.
*Peoples Federal Savings & Loan Association of Brackenridge, Brackenridge.
Community Home Savings & Loan Association, Braddock.
Tri-Boro Building & Loan Association, Braddock.
Bradford Building Loan & Savings Association, Bradford.
McKean County Building & Loan Association, Bradford.
Tuna Valley Building, Loan & Savings Association, Bradford.
First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Brentwood,' 3 Brentwood.
Stewart Avenue Building & Loan Association, Brentwood.
Bridgeville Building & Loan Association, Bridgeville.
Reliable Building & Loan Association, Bridgeville.
Croyden Building & Loan Association of Bristol, Bristol.
The Merchants' & Mechanics' Building Association of Bristol, Bristol.
Townsite Building & Loan Association, Bristol.
Citizens Building & Loan Association, Butler.
Chartiers Building & Loan Association, Canonsburg.
Home Building & Loan Association of Greene County, Carmichaels.
Anchor Building & Loan Association, Carnegie.
Carnegie Savings Building & Loan Association, Carnegie.
Chartiers Valley Building & Loan Association, Carnegie.
Eureka Savings & Loan Association, Carnegie.
Fidelity Building & Loan Association, Carnegie.
Own-A-Home Building & Loan Association, Carnegie.
Rich Valley Building & Loan Association, Carnegie.
Lehigh Building & Loan Association, Catasauqua.
*CharleroiFederal Savings & Loan Association, Charleroi.
Charleroi Slavonic Building & Loan Association, Charleroi.
Rowland Building & Loan Association, Cheltenham.
Chester Building Association, Chester.
Chester Merchant's & Mechanic's Building Association, Chester.
Excelsior Savings Fund, Chester.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Chester, Chester.
Industrial Building & Loan Association, Chester.
Ironworkers' Building & Loan Association, Chester.
Clearfield Building & Loan Association, Clearfield.
Home Building & Loan Association, Coaldale.
Trooper Heights Building & Loan Association, Collegeville.
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Collingdale Federal Savings & Loan Association, Collingdale.
Conshohocken Building & Loan Association, Conshohocken.
Coplay Building Association, Coplay.
Coraopolis Home Building & Loan Association, Coraopolis.
Cornwells Building & Loan Association, Cornwells Heights.
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Pennsylvania Savings & Loan Association, Cresson.
Darby Building & Loan Association, Darby.
Sharon Building & Loan Association of the County of Delaware, Darby.
Cedar Hollow Building & Loan Association, Devault.
Dormont Building & Loan Association, Dormont.
Dormont-Mount Lebanon Savings & Loan Association, Dormont.
South Hills Building & Loan Association, Dormont.
West Ward Building & Loan Association, Easton.
East Stroudsburg Building & Loan Association, East Stroudsburg.
Cheltenham Building Association No. 2, Elkins Park.
*Ellwood City Building & Loan Association, Ellwood City.
North Boroughs Building & Loan Association of Emsworth, Emsworth.
Erie Systematic Building & Loan Association, Erie.
Fireside Mutual Building & Loan Association, Erie.
Mutual Building & Loan Association, Erie.
Essington Building & Loan Association, Essington.
Peoples Building & Loan Association of Etna and Sharpsburg, ,Etna.
Fair Oaks Building & Loan Association, Fair Oaks.
Armstrong County Building & Loan Association of Ford City, Ford City.
Fort Washington Building & Loan Association, Fort Washington.
Franklin Home Building & Loan Association, Franklin.
Mutual Building & Loan Association, Freedom.
The Freeland Building & Loan Association, Freeland.
Glenolden Building & Loan Association, Glenolden.
Grove City Building & Loan Association, Grove City.
Hawley Building & Loan Association, Hawley.
Hope Church Building & Loan Association, Hays.
*Hazleton Federal Savings & Loan Association, Hazleton.
First Slovak Building & Loan Association, Homestead.
Mifflin Township Building & Loan Association, Homestead.
Bethayres Building Association, Huntingdon Valley.
Franklin Building & Loan Association, Huntingdon.
Montour Valley Savings, Building & Loan Association, Imperial.
Indiana County Building & Loan Association, Indiana.
Abington Building Association, Jenkintown.
*FirstFederalSavings & Loan Association of Johnstown, Johnstown.
*Friendly City Federal Savings & Loan Association of Johnstown, Johnstown.
*Johnstown Federal Savings & Loan Association, Johnstown.
Building & Loan Association of Kennett 'Square, Kennett Square.
Progressive Building & Loan Association of Kennett Square. Kennett Square.
West Side Building & Loan Association, Kingston.
Kutztown Building & Loan Association, Kutztown.
The Industrial Building & Loan Association of Lancaster, Lancaster.
Peoples' Building, Loan & Deposit Co., Lancaster.
Langhorne Building & Loan Association No. 2, Langhorne.
Mutual Building & Loan Association of Langhorne, Langhorne.
Hatfield Building & Loan Association, Lansdale.
Honor Building & Loan Association, Lansdale.
North Penn Building & Loan Association of Lansdale, Lansdale.
Lansdowne Building & Loan Association, Lansdowne.
Lewistown Standard Building & Loan Association, Lewistown.
Mifflin County Building & Loan Association, Lewistown.
Lock Haven Building & Loan Association, Lock Haven.
Malvern & Duffryn Mawr Building & Loan Association, Malvern.
American Slovak Building & Loan Association, McKees Rocks.
Chartiers Building & Loan Association, McKees Rocks.
McKeesport Savings & Loan Association, McKeesport.
Peoples Building & Loan Association, McKeesport.
The Central Loan & Savings Association of Lenni, Media.
Second Media Loan & Savings Association, Media.
Grant Building & Loan Association of Millvale, Millvale.
Revenue Building & Loan Association, Millvale.
Shaler Building & Loan Association of Shaler Township, Millvale.
Building & Loan Association of Milton, Milton.
Minersville Progressive Building & Loan Association, Minersville.
Cammar Building & Loan Association, Monaca.




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Phillipsburg Building & Loan Association, Monaca.
The Mechanics Mutual Loan & Building Association of Bucks and Mercer
Counties, Morrisville.
Morton Building & Loan Association, Morton.
Miners' & Laborers' Building & Loan Association, Mount Carmel.
Nazareth Building & Loan Association, Nazareth.
Dollar Savings Association of Lawrence County, New Castle.
Equitable Building & Loan Association of New Castle, New Castle.
*New Castle Mutual Building & Loan Association, New Castle.
Pennsylvania Savings Fund Association, New Castle.
*New Kensington Federal Savings & Loan Association, New Kensington.
Norris Building Association, Norristown.
Peoples Building & Loan Association of Norristown, Norristown.
Oakdale Savings & Loan Association, Oakdale.
Home Savings & Loan Association, Oil City.
Olney Building & Loan Association, Olney.
Oreland Building Association, Oreland.
Pen Argyl Building & Loan Association, Pen Argyl.
*Abraham Lincoln Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Acorn Building Association, Philadelphia.
Albert Lawrence Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
All-Frankford Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Alvin Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Ark Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
The Art Workers Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Arthur P. Keegan Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
The Belleveue Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
The Berean Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Broad & Chestnut Streets Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
The Buckley Building & Savings*Association, Philadelphia.
Bush Hill Building Association No. 2, Philadelphia.
Cannstatter Building Association, Philadelphia.
Carver Building Association, Philadelphia.
Citizens Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
The City of Homes Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
The Commonwealth Building Association, Philadelphia.
Corinthian Building & Loan Association of Philadelphia, Philadelphia.
David Smyth Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Durable Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
East Girard Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Edward G. Budd Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Eighth Street Business Men's Building &' Loan Association, Philadelphia.
The Equitable Building & Loan Association of Germantown, Philadelphia.
Fifth Mutual Building Society, Philadelphia.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Philadelphia,Philadelphia.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of South Philadelphia,Philadelphia.
The First Italo-American Building Association of Philadelphia, Philadelphia.
First National Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Forty-first Ward Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
The Forty-third Ward Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Founders Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Fox Chase Building Association No. 2, Philadelphia.
The Frankford Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Franklin Building & Loan Association No. 6, Philadelphia.
General Lawton Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
German Enterprise Building Association, Philadelphia.
Germantown Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
*Germantown Federal Savings & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Girard Savings & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Gorgas Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Grand Union Building Association, Philadelphia.
,Greater Eastwick Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Greater Fox Chase Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Green Lane Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Haverford Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
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Home-Builders' Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
*Home Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Home Building Society, Philadelphia.
Home Makers' Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Independence Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Independence Square Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Italian Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Jackson Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
James Martin Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
James W. Queen Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Jozef Poniatowski Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Kazimierz Wielki Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
The Kensington Avenue Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
The Kensington Building Association, Philadelphia.
Keystone State Building & Loan Association of Germantown, Philadelphia.
The Kirlin Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Lansdowne Avenue Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Leterington Savings Fund & Loan Association of Roxborough, Philadelphia.
Lower Dublin Building & Loan Association of Bustleton, Philadelphia.
Lower Merion Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Manheim Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Mantua Building Association No. 2, Philadelphia.
Marconi Italian Building & Loan Association of Philadelphia, Philadelphia.
Matoaca Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Merrick-Annual Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
*Mid-City Federal Savings & Loan Association of Philadelphia,Philadelphia.
Mortgage Security Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
*National Security Building Association, Philadelphia.
New Southwark Building Association, Philadelphia.
*Nicholson Federal Savings & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
North East Square Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
*North Philadelphia Mutual Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Oakdale Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Old York Road Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Orinoka Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Our Home Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Pelham Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Penn Mutual Building & Loan Association of Germantown, Philadelphia.
Penn Treaty Building Association, Philadelphia.
*PhiladelphiaFederal Savings & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
*PhiladelphiaSuburban Federal Savings & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
:Polish American Federal Savings & Loan Association of Philadelphia,Phila
delphia.
Polonia Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Preston Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Progressive Home Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Prudential Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
*Quaker City Federal Savings & Loan, Association, Philadelphia.
The Real Estate Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Reliance Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Reserve Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
St. Agatha's Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
St. Carthage Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
St. Charles Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
St. Charles Building & Loan Association No. 2, Philadelphia.
St. Edmond's Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
*St. Gabriel Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
*St. John's Building & Loan Association of Manayunk, Philadelphia.
St. Simeon's Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Sarsfield Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Simon Building Association, Philadelphia.
South Star Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
South West Building Association, Philadelphia.
Southwestern Business Men's Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Tadeusz Kosciuszko Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Third Bluecher Building Association, Philadelphia.




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Thomas E. Coale Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Tulpehocken Building & Loan Association of Philadelphia, Philadelphia.
Turners' Building Association, Philadelphia.
Twenty-second Street Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Twenty-seventh Ward Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Unity Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Varsity Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Walnut Street Building & Loan Association of Philadelphia, Philadelphia.
Warsaw Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
West Columbia Avenue Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
West Philadelphia Germania Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
West Tioga Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Western Mutual Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
The Westmoreland Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Wharton Building Association No. 3, Philadelphia.
William Krause Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Windthorst Building & Loan Association, Philadelphia.
Pitcairn Building & Loan Association, Pitcairn.
Allegheny City Premium Building & Loan Association of North Side, Pittsburgh.
Allen-Knox Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Allentown Turn Building & Loan Association, thirty-first ward, Pittsburgh.
American Iron Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Arlington Avenue Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Armstrong Cork Workers Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Belmar Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Beltzhoover Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Bloomfield Building & Loan Association No. 4, Pittsburgh.
Brentwood Buifding & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Brighton Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Brighton Heights Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Brookline Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Brushton District Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Carrick Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Casino Ten-Cent Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Collins Avenue Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
The Colonial Building & Loan Association of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh.
Columbus Building & Loan Association No. 3, Pittsburgh.
Commercial Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Concord Premium Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Crailo Building & Loan Association of Carrick Borough, Pittsburgh.
Crescent Building & Loan Association No. 2, Pittsburgh.
Croatian Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Dime Building & Loan Association, twenty-fifth ward, Mount Oliver Branch,
Pittsburgh.
Duquesne Heights Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Eagle Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Eagle Building & Loan Association No. 2, Pittsburgh.
East Park Premium Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Economy Building & Loan Association No. 1, of North Side, Pittsburgh.
Economy Building & Loan Association No. 2, Pittsburgh.
Edward E. Rieck Building & Loan Assocation, Pittsburgh.
Enterprise Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Eureka Savings Fund, Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Fair Haven Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Federal Building & Loan Association of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh.
Fifth Avenue Traction Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Mount Oliver, Pittsburgh.
*FirstFederal Savings d Loan Association of Pittsburgh,Pittsburgh.
First Mortgage Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Fort Pitt Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Foster Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Franklin Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Friendship Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Garfield Mutual Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Grandview Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
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Greenfield Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Harmony Building & Loan Association No. 2, sixth ward, Pittsburgh.
Hastings Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Hemlock Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Hibernian Building & Loan Association of City of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh.
Hill Top German Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Home Building & Loan Association, Bellevue, Pittsburgh.
Home Building & Loan Association, thirty-first ward, Pittsburgh.
Home Mutual Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Homewood Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Hope Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Improved Washington Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
The Josephine Building & Loan Association, No. 3, Pittsburgh.
Josephine Dime Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Juniata Premium & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Justice Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Knights Life Insurance Co., Pittsburgh.
Knoxville Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Kordecki Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
*Lang Avenue Federal Savings & Loan Association of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh.
Lehigh Building & Loan Association, South Hill branch, Pittsburgh.
Lemington Building & Loan Association of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh.
Liberty Building & Loan Association, No. 6, of North Side, Pittsburgh.
Lincoln Avenue Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Lower St. Clair Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Mathilda Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
McKinley Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Merchants Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Monroe Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Mount Lebanon Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Mount Oliver & Knoxville Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Mount Troy Building & Loan Association of Reserve Township, Allegheny
County, Pittsburgh.
Mozart Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
New American Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
New Century Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
New Columbia Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
New Eighteenth Ward German Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
North Avenue Building & Loan Association, No. 3, Pittsburgh.
Old Reliable Building & Loan Association of Allegheny, Pittsburgh.
Orpheus Building & Loan Association of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh.
Overbrook Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Pattison Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Penn-Hays Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Penn System Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
People's Home Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh Realty Building & Loan Association,, Pittsburgh.
Pius Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Pleasant Valley Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Polonia Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Potomac Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Powderly Building & Loan Association, of Pittsburgh.
Progressive Mutual Savings Fund & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Prospect Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Relief Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Roosevelt Premium Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Rose Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Safe Investment Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Sarah Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Schenley Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Schenley Savings Fund & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Schiller's Glocke Building & Loan Association of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh.
Security Savings Fund & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Security Ten-Cent Loan Association of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh.
Sheraden Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Smoky City Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
South Twelfth Street Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.




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South View Building & Loan Association of Garrick, Pittsburgh.
Spring Hill Premium Building & Loan Association, No. 2, Pittsburgh.
Standard Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Steel City Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Steuben Building & Loan Association of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh.
Ten Cent Tutor Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Teutonia Premium Building & Loan Association. No. 2, Pittsburgh.
Thirteenth Ward Premium Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Thirty-First Ward Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Thrift Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Traction Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
*Tunnell Federal Savings & Loan Association of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh.
Twelfth Ward Premium & Loan Association of Allegheny City, Pittsburgh.
Twentieth Ward Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Twenty-Eighth Ward Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Twenty-First Ward Building & Loan Association, No. 4, of Pittsburgh, Pitts
burgh.
Twenty-Seventh Ward Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Twenty-Seventh Ward Savings & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Twenty-Third Ward Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Ukraina Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
United Ukrainian Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Unity Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Valley Premium Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Warrington Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
*West End Building & Loan Association of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh.
West View Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Western Pennsylvania Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Westwood Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
William Penn Building & Loan Association, Pittsburgh.
Workingmen's Premium & Loan Association of Allegheny City, Pittsburgh.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Pittston, Pittston.
Pittston Building & Loan Association, Pittston.
Pottstown Building & Loan Association, Pottstown.
The Greater Pottsville Building & Loan Association, Pottsville.
The Ridley Building Association, Prospect Park.
Reading Savings & Loan Association, Reading.
The Ridgway Building & Loan Association, Ridgway.
Ridley Park Building Association, Ridley Park.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Scranton, Scranton.
Lackawanna Building, Savings & Loan Association, Scranton.
Black Diamond Building & Loan Association of Shamokin, Shamokin.
Keystone Building & Loan Association of Shamokin, Shamokin.
Union Building & Loan Association, Shamokin.
Sharon Building & Loan Association, Sharon.
Valley Savings & Loan Association, Sharon.
*Keystone Federal Savings & Loan Association of Sharpsburg, Sharpsburg.
Government Building & Loan Association, Shenandoah.
Mutual Building & Loan Association, Shenandoah.
The Somerton Building & Loan Association, Somerton.
Souderton Building & Loan Association, Souderton.
South Bethlehem Building & Loan Association, South Bethlehem.
Eden Building Association, South Langhorne.
Springdale Building & Loan Association, Springdale.
Mechanics Building & Loan Association, Steelton.
*Slovenian Building & Loan Association of Canonsburg, Strabane.
Homestead Building & Loan Association, Summit Hill.
Swissvale Home Building & Loan Association, Swissvale.
Trevose Building & Loan Association, Trevose.
William Penn Mutual Loan & Building Association, Tullytown.
*Vandcrgrift Federal Savings & Loan Association, Vandergrift.
Home Loan & Savings Association of Verona, Verona.
Verona Building & Loan Association, Verona.
County Building & Loan Association, Washington.
Equitable Building & Loan Association, Washington.
Industrial Building & Loan Association of Washington, Washington.




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Security Building & Loan Association, Waynesburg.
The Mantua Building Association, West Philadelphia.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Wilkes-Barre, Wilkes-Barre.
*Franklin Federal Savings & Loan Association of Wies-arrilkes-Barre, Wilkes-Barre.
Wyoming Valley Building & Loan Association, Wilkes-Barre.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Wilkinsburg, Wilkinsburg.
Standard Building & Loan Association, Wilkinsburg.
*Wilkinsburg Federal Savings & Loan Association, Wilkinsburg.
Wilkinsburg Savings, Building & Loan Association, Wilkinsburg.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Williamsport, Williamsport.
*Williamsport Federal Savings & Loan Association, Williamsport.
Air Brake Building & Loan Association, Wilmerding.
'First Federal Savings d Loan Association of Wilmerding, Wilmerding.
Wyndmoor Building & Loan Association Wyndmoor.
Yardley Building & Loan Association, Yardley.
RHODE ISLAND

East Greenwich Savings Fund & Loan Association, East Greenwich.
Old Colony Co-operative Bank, Providence.
Telephone Workers Building & Loan Association, Providence.
SOUTH CAROLINA

*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Anderson, Anderson.
Perpetual Building & Loan Association, Anderson.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Camden, Camden.
Wateree Building & Loan Association, Camden.,
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Charleston, Charleston.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Cheraw, Cheraw.
*FortHill Federal Savings & Loan Association of Clemson, Clemson.
*Home Federal Savings & Loan Association of Columbia, Columbia.
*Security Federal Savings & Loan Association of Columbia, Columbia.
Standard Building & Loan Association, Columbia.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Darlington, Darlington.
*Federal Savings & Loan Association of Dillon, Dillon.
*Peoples Federal Savings & Loan Association, Florence.
*Piedmont Federal Savings & Loan Association of Gaffney, Gaffney.
American Building & Loan Association, Greenville.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Greenville, Greenville.
Greenwood Building & Loan Association, Greenwood.
Mutual Building & Loan Association, Kingstree.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Lancaster, Lancaster.
Palmetto Building & Loan Association, Laurens.
*Marion Federal Savings & Loan Association, Marion.
-Lexington County Building & Loan Association, New Brookland.
*Newberry Federal Savings & Loan Association, Newberry.
*Cooper River Federal Savings & Loan Association of North Charleston, North
Charleston.
Home Building & Loan Association, Orangeburg.
Orangeburg Building & Loan Association, Orangeburg.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Rock Hill, Rock Hill.
*Mechanics Federal Savings c Loan Association, Rock Hill.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Spartanburg, Spartanburg.
*Piedmont Federal Savings & Loan Association of Spartanburg, Spartanburg.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Sumter, Sumter.
*Union Federal Savings c Loan Association, Union.
*Community Federal Savings & Loan Association of Winnsboro, Winnsboro.
*Woodruff Federal Savings & Loan Association, Woodruff.
Peoples Building & Loan Association of Yorkville, York.
SOUTH DAKOTA

*Aberdeen Federal Savings c Loan Association, Aberdeen.
Brookings Building & Loan Association, Brookings.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Canton, Canton.




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Madison Building & Loan Association, Madison.
Black Hills Building & Loan Association, Rapid City.
*FirstFederal Savings -d Loan Association of Rapid City, Rapid City.
Redfield Building Loan & Savings Association, Redfield.
Home Savings Association, Sioux Falls.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Watertown, Watertown.
Webster Building Loan & Savings Association, Webster.
Yankton Building & Loan Association, Yankton.
TENNESSEE

*Athens Federal Savings & Loan Association, Athens.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Associatton of Chattanooga, Chattanooga.
*Cleveland Federal Savings & Loan Association, Cleveland.
*Clinton Federal Savings & Loan Association, Clinton.
*Coal Creek Federal Savings & Loan Association, Coal Creek.
*Cookeville Federal Savings d Loan Association, Cookeville.
*Tipton County Federal Savings & Loan Association, Covington.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Dickson, Dickson.
*Dyer County Federal Savings & Loan Association, Dyersburg.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Erwin, Erwin.
Home Building & Loan Association, Fayetteville.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Greenville, Greenville.
Home Savings & Loan Association, Humboldt.
*FirstFederal Savings
Loan Association of Jackson, Jackson.
Jackson Building & Savings Association, Jackson.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Johnson City, Johnson City.
*Home Federal Savings d Loan Association, Johnson City.
*Kingsport Federal Savings & Loan Association, Kingsport.
Home Building & Loan Association, Knoxville.
*Home Federal Savings & Loan Association of Knoxville, Knoxville.
*Campbell County Federal Savings & Loan Association of La Follette, La
Follette.
*Lawrenceburg Federal Savings & Loan Association, Lawrenceburg.
*Lenoir City Federal Savings & Loan Association, Lenoir City.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Maryville, Maryville.
*First Federal Savings d Loan Association of McMinnville, McMinnville.
American Building & Loan Association, Memphis.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Memphis, Memphis.
*Home Federal Savings & Loan Association of Memphis, Memphis.
*Leader Federal Savings d Loan Association of Memphis, Memphis.
3
Shelby County Federal Savings & Loan Association of Memphis, Memphis.
*Morristown Federal Savings & Loan Association, Morristown.
*Maury County Federal Savings & Loan Association of Mount Pleasant, Mount
Pleasant.
*Murfreesboro Federal Savings & Loan Association, Murfreesboro.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Nashville, Nashville.
State Mutual Building & Loan Association, Nashville.
*Newport Federal Savings & Loan Association, Newport.
*ParisFederal Savings & Loan Associationi, Paris.
Loan Association, Pplaski.
*Pulaski Federal Savings
Loan Association, Rockwood.
*Rockwood Federal Savings
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Springfield, Springfield.
*Trenton Federal Savings & Loan Association, Trenton.
*Tullahonma Federal Savings & Loan Association, Tullahoma.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Union City, Union City.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Waynesboro, Waynesboro.
TEXAS

*Abilene Building & Loan Association, Abilene.
*Alice Federal Savings & Loan Association, Alice.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Amarillo, Amarillo.
*Panhandle Building & Loan Association, Amarillo.
*Athens Federal Savings 6 Loan Association of Athens, Athens.
*Atlanta Federal Savings 6 Loan Association, Atlanta.




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*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Austin, Austin.
Mutual Deposit & Loan Co., Austin.
*Bay City Federal Savings & Loan Association, Bay City.
*Beaumont Federal Savings & Loan Association, Beaumont.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Beaumont, Beaumont.
Home Building & Loan Association, Beaumont.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Beeville, Beeville.
*Bell County Federal Savings & Loan Association, Belton .
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Big Spring, Big Spring.
Brady Building & Loan Association, Brady.
*FirstFederal Savings d Loan Association of Breckenridge, Breckenridge.
Brenham Building & Loan Association, Brenham.
*Brownsville Federal Savings & Loan Association, Brownsville.
*Brownwood Federal Savings & Loan Association, Brownwood.
Bryan Building & Loan Association, Bryan.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Childress, Childress.
*Cisco Federal Savings & Loan Association, Cisco.
*Colorado Federal Savings & Loan Association, Colorado.
*Colorado County Federal Savings & Loan Association, Columbus.
*Commerce Federal Savings & Loan Association, Commerce.
*Conroe Federal Savings & Loan Association, Conroe.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Corpus Chlristi, Corpus Christi.
*CorsicanaFederal Savings & Loan Association, Corsicana.
*Davy Crockett Federal Savings & Loan Association, Crockett.
*Cuero Federal Savings & Loan Association, Cuero.
*DalhartFederal Savings & Loan Association, Dalhart.
*Dallas Building & Loan Association, Dallas.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Dallas, Dallas.
*Guardian Federal Savings & Loan Association of Dallas, Dallas.
*Metropolitan Building & Loan Association, Dallas.
Texpolite Building & Loan Association, Dallas.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Del Rio, Del Rio.
*Denison Federal Savings & Loan Association, Denison.
*Denton Federal Savings & Loan Association, Denton.
*El Paso Federal Savings & Loan Association, El Paso.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of El Paso, El Paso.
*Mutual Federal Savings & Loan Association of El Paso, El Paso.
*ElectraFederal Savings & Loan Association, Electra.
*Equitable Building & Loan Association, Fort Worth.
Fort Worth Building & Loan Association, Fort Worth.
*Tarrant County Building & Loan Association of Fort Worth, Fort Worth.
*FredericksburgFederal Savings & Loan Association, Fredericksburg.
Hesperian Building & Savings Association, Gainesville.
*Bankers Home Building & Loan Association, Galveston.
*GarlandFederal Savings & Loan Association, Garland.
*Gladewater Federal Savings & Loan Association, Gladewater.
*HarrisCounty Federal Savings & Loan Association, Goose Creek.
*Graham Federal Savings & Loan Association, Graham.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Greenville, Greenville.
*Mutual Building & Loan Association, Greenville.
*HendersonFederal Savings & Loan Association, Henderson.
*Hillsboro Federal Savings & Loan Association, Hillsboro.
*Gibraltar Savings & Building Association, Houston.
*Houston Building & Loan Association, Houston.
Liberty Loan & Building Association, Houston.
Huntsville Building & Loan Association, Huntsville.
*Jacksonville Building & Loan Association, Inc., Jacksonville.
*Jasper Federal Savings d Loan Association, Jasper.
*Hill County Federal Savings d Loan Association, Kerrville.
*Kilgore Federal Savings & Loan Association, Kilgore.
*Lamcsa Federal Savings & Loan Association, Lamesa.
*Lampasas Federal Savings & Loan Association, Lampasas.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Laredo, Laredo.
Libertv County Federal Savings & Loan Association, Liberty.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Longview, Longview.
First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Lubbock, Lubbock.




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*Lutkin Federal Savings & Loan Association, Lufkin.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Luling, Luling.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Marshall, Marshall.
*Marshall Federal Savings & Loan Association, Marshall.
*Valley Federal Savings d Loan Association, McAllen.
*McKinney Federal Savings & Loan Association, McKinney.
Mesquite Building & Loan Association, Mesquite.
13
First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Mexia, Mexia.
*Midland Federal Savings & Loan Association, Midland.
*Mineola Federal Savings & Loan Association, Mineola.
*Mineral Wells Building & Loan Association, Mineral Wells.
Mount Pleasant Building & Loan Association, Mount Pleasant.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches.
*Navasota Federal Savings & Loan Association, Navasota.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of New Braunfels, New Braunfels
*Olney Federal Savings & Loan Association, Olney.
*Orange Federal Savings & Loan Association, Orange.
Mechanics Building & Loan Association, Palestine.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Pampa, Pampa.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Paris, Paris.
*Pecos Federal Savings & Loan Association, Pecos.
Home Building & Loan Association, Plainview.
Port Arthur Building & Loan Association, Port Arthur.
Loan Association, Quanah.
*Quanah Federal Savings
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Ranger, Ranger.
*Fort Bend Federal Savings & Loan Association of Rosenberg, Rosenberg.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Rusk, Rusk.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of San Antonio, San Antonio.
San Antonio Building & Loan Association, San Antonio.
Travis Building & Loan Association, San Antonio.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of San Marcos, San Marcos.
*Grayson Federal Savings & Loan Association, Sherman.
*Smithville Federal Savings & Loan Association, Smithville.
*Stamford Federal Savings & Loan Association, Stamford.
*Sweetwater Federal Savings & Loan Association, Sweetwater.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Temple, Temple.
*Terrell Federal Savings & Loan Association, Terrell.
Citizens Building & Loan Association, Texarkana.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Texarkana, Texarkana.
*East Texas Building, Loan & Savings Association, Tyler.
*Co-operative Building & Loan Association, Tyler City.
*Uvalde Federal Savings & Loan Association, Uvalde.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Vernon, Vernon.
*Victoria Federal Savings & Loan Association, Victoria.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Waco, Waco.
*Pioneer Building & Loan Association, Waco.
*Waxahachic Federal Savings & Loan Association, Waxahachie.
Mutual Building & Loan Association, Weatherford.
Wharton Building & Loan Association, Wharton.
*FirstFederal Savings d Loan Association of Wichita Falls, Wichita Falls.
*North Texas Federal Savings & Loan Association, Wichita Falls.
*Yoakum Federal Savings & Loan Association, Yoakum.
UTAH

*Northern Federal Savings & Loan Association of Logan, Logan.
Colonial Building & Loan Association, Ogden.
*Federal Building & Loan Association, Ogden.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Price, Price.
St., George Building Society, St. George.
American Mutual Building & Loan Co., Salt Lake City.
*Deseret Federal Savings & Loan Association, Salt Lake City.
Fidelity Building & Loan Association, Salt Lake City.
*PrudentialFederal Savings & Loan Association, Salt Lake City.
State Building & Loan Association. Salt Lake City.




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VERMONT

Brattleboro Cooperative Savings & Loan Association, Brattleboro.
Burlington Building & Loan Association, Burlington.
*BurlingtonFederal Savings & Loan Association, Burlington.
Randolph Cooperative Savings & Loan Association, Randolph.
St. Johnsbury Cooperative Savings Building & Loan Association, St. Johnsbury.
*Windsor Federal Savings & Loan Association, Windsor.
VIRGINIA

*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Alexandria, Alexandria.
*Bedford Federal Savings & Loan Association, Bedford.
Montgomery County Mutual Building & Loan Association, Blacksburg.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Bristol, Bristol.
Virginia State Building & Loan Association Co., Charlottesville.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Clarendon, Clarendon.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Clifton Forge, Clifton Forge.
*Covington Federal Savings & Loan Association, Covington.
*Arlington & Fairfax Building & Loan Association, Inc., East Falls Church.
Emporia Building & Loan Association, Emporia,
Peoples Building & Loan Association, Hampton.
Tidewater Home & Savings Association, Inc., Hampton.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Hopewell, Hopewell.
Cooperative Building & Loan Association, Inc., Lynchburg.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Lynchburg, Lynchburg.
*Pilot Building & Loan Association, Lynchburg.
*FederalSavings & Loan Association of Prince William County, Manassas.
Mutual Building & Loan Association of Martinsville, Inc., Martinsville.
Newport News Building & Loan Association, Newport News.
Atlantic Permanent Building & Loan Association, Inc., Norfolk.
Commonwealth Building & Loan Association, Inc., Norfolk.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Norfolk, Norfolk.
*Mutual Federal Savings & Loan Association of Norfolk, Norfolk.
*Norfolk Federal Savings & Loan Association, Norfolk.
'State Building Association of Norfolk, Inc., Norfolk.
Twin City Permanent Building Association, Norfolk.
1
First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Petersburg, Petersburg.
Petersburg Mutual Building & Loan Association, Petersburg.
Portsmouth & Norfolk County Building & Loan Association, Portsmouth.
Pulaski Mutual Building & Loan Association, Inc., Pulaski.
Building & Loan Association of Richmond, Inc., Richmond.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Richmond, Richmond.
kFirst Federal Savings & Loan Association of Roanoke, Roanoke.
Southwest Virginia Building & Loan Association, Roanoke.
*Salem Federal Savings & Loan Association, Salem.
*FederalSavings & Loan Association of Sandston, Sandston.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of South Boston, South Boston.
"'Virginia Beach Federal Savings & Loan Association, Virginia Beach.
WASHINGTON

*Aberdeen Federal Savings & Loan Association, Aberdeen.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Aberdeen, Aberdeen.
Grays Harbor Savings & Loan Association, Aberdeen.
*Auburn Federal Savings & Loan Association, Auburn.
*Bellingham Federal Savings & Loan Association, Bellingham.
Mt. Baker Savings & Loan Association, Bellingham.
*Washington Federal Savings & Loan Association of Bothell, Bothell.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Bremerton, Bremerton.
Peninsular Savings & Loan Association, Bremerton.
*CentraliaFederal Savings & Loan Association, Centralia.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Chehalis, Chehalis.
*Lewis County Savings & Loan Association, Chehalis.
*Ellensburq Federal Savinqs & Loan Association, Ellensburg.
Cascade Savings & Loan Association, Everett.




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*Everett Federal Savings & Loan Association, Everett.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Everett, Everett.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Hoquiam, Hoquiam.
*Hoquiam Savings & Loan Association, Hoquiam.
Twin Cities Savings & Loan Association, Hoquiam.
*FirstFederal Savings d Loan Association of Longview, Longview.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Mount Vernon, Mount Vernon.
*Capital Savings & Loan Association, Olympia.
*Olympia Federal Savings & Loan Association, Olympia.
*Thurston County Federal Savings & Loan Association of Olympia, Olympia.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Port Angeles, Port Angeles.
*Port Angeles Savings & Loan Association, Port Angeles.
*Port Townsend Federal Savings & Loan Association, Port Townsend.
Valley Savings & Loan Association of Prosser, Prosser.
*Raymond Federal Savings & Loan Association, Raymond.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Renton, Renton.
*Ballard Federal Savings & Loan Association of Seattle, Seattle.
*Citizens Federal Savings & Loan Association of Seattle, Seattle.
First Savings & Loan Association, Seattle.
*FoundersFederal Savings & Loan Association of Seattle, Seattle.
*MetropolitanFederal Savings & Loan Association of Seattle, Seattle.
*Northern Federal Savings & Loan Association of Seattle, Seattle.
*Puget Sound Savings & Loan Association, Seattle.
*Roosevelt Federal Savings & Loan Association, Seattle.
*Seattle Federal Savings & Loan Association, Seattle.
*Union Federal Savings & Loan Association, Seattle.
Washington Title Insurance Co., Seattle.
*West Side Federal Savings & Loan Association, Seattle.
*Mason County Savings & Loan Association, Shelton.
*Fidelity Savings & Loan Association, Spokane.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Spokane, Spokane.
Great Western Savings & Loan Association, Spokane.
Evergreen Savings & Loan Association, Tacoma.
Northwest Savings & Loan Association, Tacoma.
*PacificFirst Federal Savings & Loan Association of Tacoma, Tacoma.
Peoples Savings & Loan Association, Tacoma.
*State Savings & Loan Association, Tacoma.
Tacoma Savings & Loan Association, Tacoma.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Vancouver, Vancouver.
*Vancouver Federal Savings & Loan Association, Vancouver.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Walla Walla, Walla Walla.
*Walla Walla Federal Savings & Loan Association, Walla Walla.
*Wenatchee Federal Savings & Loan Association, Wenatchee.
*Liberty Savings & Loan Association, Yakima.
*Yakima Federal Savings & Loan Association, Yakima.
WEST VIRGINIA

*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Bluefield, Bluefield.
*CharlestonFederal Savings & Loan Association, Charleston.
*Empire Federal Savings & Loan Association of Charleston, Charleston.
* iquitable Federal Savings & Loan Association of Charleston, Charleston.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Charleston, Charleston.
*Hancock County Federal Savings c Loan Association of Chester, Chester.
East Side Building & Loan Association, Fairmont.
Fairmont Building & Loan Association, Fairmont.
*First
Federal Savings Loan Association of Fairmont, Fairmont.
Marion County Building & Loan Association, Fairmont.
Fayetteville Building & Loan Association, Fayetteville.
Home Building & Loan Association, Grafton.
Mutual Building & Loan Association, Grafton.
*Huntington Federal Savings & Loan Association, Huntington.
Kingwood Building & Loan Association, Kingwood.
Blue Grass Building & Loan Association, Lewisburg.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Logan, Logan.




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Martinsburg Building & Loan Association, Martinsburg.
*FirstFederal Savings d Loan Association of Morgantown, Morgantown.
*United Federal Savings & Loan Association of Morgantown, Morgantown.
American Building & Loan Association, Moundsville.
1
Doolin Federal Savings & Loan Association of New Martinsville, New Martins
ville.
Citizens Building Association, Parkersburg.
*First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Parkersburg, Parkersburg.
*TradersFederal Savings & Loan Association of Parkersburg,Parkersburg.
*Point Pleasant Building & Loan Association, Point Pleasant.
Farmers Building & Loan Association, Ravenswood.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Ravenswood, Ravenswood.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Sistersville, Sistersville.
*Advance Federal Savings & Loan Association of Wellsburg, Wellsburg.
The Brooke County Building & Loan Association, Wellsburg.
*Union Federal Savings & Loan Association of Wheeling, Wheeling
Wheeling Savings & Loan Association, Wheeling.
WISCONSIN

Amery Federal Savings & Loan Association," Amery.
*Antigo Federal Savings Loan Association, Antigo.
Appleton Building & Loan Association, Appleton.
Ashland County Building-Loan & Investment Association, Ashland.
*Baraboo Federal Savings & Loan Association, Baraboo.
*Barron County Federal Savings & Loan Association, Barron.
Beloit Savings Bank, Beloit.
*Jackson County Federal Savings & Loan Association, Black River Falls.
Chippewa County Building Loan & Investment Association, Chippewa Falls.
*Clintonville Federal Savings & Loan Association, Clintonville.
*Columbus Federal Savings & Loan Association, Columbus.
First Slovak National Loan & Building Association, Cudahy.
*Cumberland Federal Savings & Loan Association, Cumberland.
*De Pere Federal Savings Loan Association, De Pere.
*DurandFederal Savings & Loan Association, Durand.
*Walworth County Federal Savings & Loan Association, Elkhorn.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac.
Fond du Lac Building & Loan Association, Fond du Lac.
Green Bay Building & Loan Association, Green Bay.
Hartford Building & Loan Association, Hartford.
Janesville Building & Loan Association, Janesville.
Kenosha Building & Loan Association, Kenosha.
Kiel Building & Loan Association, Kiel.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of La Crosse, La Crosse.
*Ladysmith Federal Savings & Loan Association, Ladysmith.
*Northwestern Savings Building & Loan Association, Madison.
Provident Loan & Building Association, Madison.
Marshfield Building & Loan Association, Marshfield.
*Medford Federal Savings & 'Loan Association, Medford.
*Menomonie Federal Savings & Loan Association, Menomonie.
Advance Savings, Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
Aetna Savings, Loan & Building Association, Milwaukee.
Badger Savings, Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
Bahn Frei Mutual Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
Bay View Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
*Beacon Federal Savings & Loan Association of Milwaukee, Milwaukee.
Ben Franklin Building & Loan Association. Milwaukee.
Biltmore Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
*City Federal Savings & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
Columbia Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
Community Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
Concordia Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
East Side Mutual Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
*Empire Federal Savings . Loan Association of Milwaukee, Milwaukee.
Equitable Savings, Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.




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Forward Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
Guardian Savings & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
Holton Street Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
Home Mutual Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
*Hopkins Street Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
Keystone Mutual Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
Kinnickinnic Mutual'Loan & Building Association, Milwaukee.
Lakeside Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
Layton Park Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
Metropolitan Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
*Milwaukee Federal Savings & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
Milwaukee Mutual Loan & Buildiig Association, Milwaukee.
Mitchell Street Loan & Building Association, Milwaukee.
Modern Mutual Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
Mutual Building & Savings Association, Milwaukee.
National Savings & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
North Shore Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
*Northern Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
Peoples Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
Pioneer Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
Progressive Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
Pyramid Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
Reliance Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
Republic Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
Residence Park Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
Second Bohemian Loan & Building Association, Milwaukee.
Security Loan & Building Association, Milwaukee.
Sentry Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
Sherman Park Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
Slovak Building & Loan Association of Milwaukee, Milwaukee.
Sobieski Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
South Side Mutual Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
*Standard Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
State Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
Sterling Savings, Loan & Building Association, Milwaukee.
United Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
Upper Third Street Savings & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
Washington Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
Welfare Building & Loan Association, Milwaukee.
Wisconsin Savings, Loan & Building Association, Milwaukee.
Twin City Building, Loan & Savings Association, Neenah.
Nekoosa-Port Edwards Building & Loan Association, Nekoosa.
New London Building & Loan Association, New London.
Oshkosh Building Loan & Savings Association, Oshkosh.
*Prairie
Du Chien Federal Savings & Loan Association, Prairie Du Chieu.
Home Mutual Building & Loan Association, Racine.
Lincoln Building & Loan Association, Racine.
Racine Building & Loan Association, Racine.
*West Lawn Building & Loan Association, Racine.
Racine Junction Building & Loan Association, Racine Junction.
*Richland Center Federal Savings & Loan Association, Richland Center.
*Ripon Federal Savings
Loan Association, Ripon.
*River Falls Federal Savings & Loan Association, River Falls.
*St. Francis Building & Loan Association, St. Francis.
South Milwaukee Mutual Loan & Building Association, South Milwaukee.
*Sparta Federal Savings & Loan Association, Sparta.
*-Stoughton Federal Savings & Loan Association, Stoughton.
Sturgeon Bay Building & Loan Association, Sturgeon Bay.
State Building-Loan & Savings Association, Superior.
*Viroqua Federal Savings & Loan Association, Viroqua.
Waukesha Savings Building & Loan Association, Waukesha.
Waupaca Mutual Building & Loan Association, Waupaca.
.*Highland Park Building & Loan Association, Wauwatosa.
Suburban Building & Loan Association, Wauwatosa.
Wauwatosa Building & Loan 'Association, Wauwatosa.
:Liberty Building & Loan Association, West Allis.




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West Allis Building & Loan Association, West Allis.
West Bend Building & Loan Association, West Bend.
Wisconsin Rapids Building & Loan Association, Wisconsin Rapids.
WYOMING

Buffalo Building & Loan Association, Buffalo.
*Buffalo Federal Savings & Loan Association, Buffalo.
*Guaranty Federal Savings & Loan Association, Casper.
*Provident Federal Savings & Loan Association of Casper, Caspe'r.
*Cheyenne Federal Savings & Loan Association, Cheyenne.
*Big Horn Basin Federal Savings & Loan Association, Greybull.
Albany Mutual Building & Loan Association of Laramie, Laramie.
*Rawlins Federal Savings & Loan Association, Rawlins.
*Sweetwater Federal Savings & Loan Association, Rock Springs.
*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Sheridan, Sheridan.
*Tri-County Federal Savings & Loan Association, Torrington.
HAWAII

*FirstFederal Savings & Loan Association of Honolulu, Honolulu.
International Building & Loan Association, Ltd., Honolulu.
Mutual Building & Loan Society of Hawaii, Ltd., Honolulu.
INSTITUTIONS NOT MEMBERS OF THE FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK SYSTEM WHICH
WERE INSURED BY THE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION AS OF

JUNE 30, 1936
*Prudential Building Association, Washington, D. C.
*Rural Loan & Savings Association, Bartford City, Ind.
*Crowley Building & Loan Association, Crowley, La.
*Ascension Building & Loan Association, Donaldsonville, La.
*St. Landry Homestead Association, Opelousas, La.
*Georgetown Building & Loan Association, Georgetown, Tex.
*Seguin Building & Loan Association, Seguin, Tex.
*Winnsboro Building & Loan Association, Winnsboro, Tex.
1 Not formally issued a certificate of insurance until after June 30. 193G.

2 Approved for membership in the Federal Home Loan Bank System prior to June 30,
1936. but not reflected on the banks' records until after that date.
8Chartered as a Federal savings and loan association as of June 30, 1936, but not
formally admitted to membership in the Federal Home Loan Bank System.

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EXHIBIT 2
Statement showing, by districts and States, the number of member institutions, amount
of shares subscribed by member institutions, the balance of advances outstanding,
and the number of borrowing member institutions as of June 30, 1936
Amounts
Number of
subscribed
member
bi
m
institutionse by members

Balance
of
advances
outstanding

Number of
borrowing
member
institutions

District No. 1, Boston:
Connecticut.
-,
-----Maine...
------------------..-Massachusetts.. -----New Hampshire--------Rhode Island---- ----------------Vermont------------

44
19
75
14
3
6

$262, 500
145,400
1, 518, 700
109,600
163, 200

28,200

$1, 502,390.81
549, 509 70
841,625. 00
520,874.00
35,000 00
69,385.06

34
10
11
6
2
2

Total-----------------------

161

2,227,600

3,
518,784.57

65

294
109

2, 108,200
1,452, 200
0
---0

12, 244, 698.18
3,868,661.86
0
0

196
47

403

3,560,400

16,113,360.04

243

7
479
33

21,600
1,706,500
179,300

112,980 00
11,062,093.78
1,265,363.25

4
368
23

519

1,907,400

12,440,437.03

395

20
15
52
52
111
104
35
37

72, 300
744,700
136,000
89,000
464,300
431,700
95,500
217,900

242,444. 00
247,125.00
1,610,135.32
877,911.13
1,547,769.60
2,
511,601.03
811,575.00
977,647.60

8
2
47
33
52
74
28
19

426

2,251, 400

8, 826, 208. 68

263

District No. 2, New York:
New Jersey--..----New York ------ _
---Puerto Rico. -------------Virgin Islands-------------Total.

-

-------------.---

District No. 3, Pittsburgh:
Delaware ----------------......
Pennsylvania ---_---West Virginia....----------------Total......------------------District No. 4, Winston-Salem:
Alabama...
-------District of Columbia
------Florida.....-------Georgia----------------Maryland--------North Carolina------South Carolina----Virginia.....------------Total_--------------------District No 5, Cincinnati:
Kentucky -------------------Ohio-----...------------------..
Tennessee--....---------------

381

4,926, 100

15,448,882. 44

43

172,400

1,318,996.00

32

Total------------------------

513

5,782,800

20, 576, 290.96

285

130
42

1,383,300
725, 300

4,918,731.42
1,470,952.02

73
20

172

2,108,600

6,389,683.44

93

337
114

1,856, 200
1,180,800

12,077, 398. 70
8,064,270.11

283
80

451

3,037,000

20, 141,668.81

363

54
39
101

271,000
269,900
605,200

793,336.25
2,699,162. 50
3,263,625.34

26
23
72

11

29,700

219,288.00

8

219

1, 242, 200

7, 192, 262.09

133

43
57
25

118,800
720,400
39, 900

752,616.96
4,607, 922.03
170, 759. 00

31
38
12

District No. 6, Indianapolis:
Indiana---- ..----------------Michigan -- ---------------

_

89

_

Total ---------------------District No. 7, Chicago:
Illinois ----------------...
....
Wisconsin. --------------.....
Total---------------------------District No. 8, Des Moines:
Iowa_---------------------Minnesota------.............
----Missouri. -----------------....---North Dakota-......
South Dakota..........------------

_------------_

Total_----------------------District No. 9, Little Rock:
Arkansas -.......----.......------------Louisiana.------------Mississippi........
---------------.
New Mexico ..---------- -----.-----Texas..-------------------Total---.....------.




---------..---

14

684,300

66,400

3,808,412. 52

216,850.00

145,975.00

65

188

4

16

28,100

123

554,100

2,654,177.47

68

8

264

1,461,300

8,331,450.46

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Statement showing, by districts and States, the number of member institutions, amount
of shares subscribed by member institutions, the balance of advances outstanding,
and the number of borrowing member institutions as of June 30, 1936-Continued
Number of Amounts
subscribed
member
institutions by members
District No. 10, Topeka:
Colorado
----------------------------Kansas-.----...
----------------------Nebraska.
-------------------------Oklahoma ---------------------------------

39
105
28
48

$945,843 75
2,858, 789. 25
550, 997. 50
1,753,305.00

1,140,800

33
66
16
24

6,108,935. 50

139

District No. 12, Los Angeles:
Arizona ------------------------------California-- -------------------------

Hawaii-.------.---------..---------------

Grand total.-----------------------------

267,814. 56

7

53,823.45
735,905.84
805,192.67
863,343.47
290, 092.30

4
23
7
32
7

590,100

3,016,172.29

80

10,000
1,402, 000

81,840. 60
5, 663, 343. 53

3
93

11,500

87,375.00

1

1,436,100
5,928, 184.13
0------------ 3,400. 00

98
1

3

Nevada..---------------------------------Total ----------------------------Loan to nonmember (District No. 12)-.---- -

37,500
62, 300
122,600
95, 700
246,100
25,900

2

-

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9

3
152

-

11
32
10
59
11
132

Montana--------------------------------Oregon-...---.------------------------Utah--------------------------------Washington--..---.----........
-------Wyoming -------------------

-

$123, 500
514, 600
87,400
415,300

220

Total ------------------ ------------District No. 11, Portland:
Idaho -------------------------------

Total..----..

Number of
borrowing
member
insuns

Balance
of
advances
outa ng

160
----3, 640

12,600

26,745, 700

95,625.00

118, 586, 838.00

1

2,315

EXHIBIT 3
Statement showing advances to member institutions of the Federal home-loan bank

system from its inception through June 80, 1936 (excluding interbank trans
actions)
Advances made

1932
December-------......--------------1933
January--------------------------February--------------------March--------------------April.------------------May..------------------June---......... ----... -------------..
July.------------------August------------------------------September---------------------------October---- ---------------- -November----....
-------------------.
December----......--------------------1934
------. _----------------------

January.----February
March-----------------April__---------------------May------------------........................
June-------------------July--------------August---............---...----------......
September_
-------------October-......-----..... -----.----.November----.......------------- ..
December--.---.-------------------..-----




Amount repaid

$837, 500. 00 1-------------3,896, 800.00
9,234,086.00
22,957,191.00
31,268, 587.66
39,991,391.12
48,816,812.41
55,493, 515.95
61,907, 694.54
68,916,370.74
76,448,584.23
83,733,120.49

90,865,344.49
96,101,833.90
99,458,427.04
102,357,441.60
104,713,841.53
108,816,968.63
111,766, 572.63
115,387, 357.29
117, 958,821.93
121,155, 071.93
124,533,125.16
126,641,280.16
129, 545,230.61

Balance of

advances
outstandmg

$837, 500.00

$540.00
50,440.00
258, 730.00
728,872.36
1,059, 087.37
1,237,932.82
1,748,851.92
2,101,441.84
2,586, 878.49
3,838,473.32
4,534,117.35
5,423,490.12

3,896,260.00
9,183,646.00
22,698,461.00
30,539,715.30
38,932,303.75
47,578,879.59
53,744,664.03
59,806,252.70
66,329,492.25
72,610,110.91
79,199,003 14
85,441,854.37

7,104,900.42
8,918,592.32
12,332, 635.60
17,891,819.12
23,475,167. 37
26,618,218.54
30, 264,475. 74
33,040, 101.14
35, 108,137. 66
37, 686, 794. 30
39,526,877.37
42 886. 918. 08

88,996,933.48
90, 539,834.72
90, 024,806.00
86,822,022.41
85,341,801.26
85,148,354. 09
85, 122,881. 55
84,918,720. 79
86, 046,934.27
86,846,330.86
87,114,402.79
86,658,312.53

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ANNUAL REPORT OF FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK BOARD

Statement showing advances to member institutions of the Federal home-loan bank
system from its inception through June 30, 1936 (excluding interbank trans
actions)-Continued
Balance of
advances
outstanding

Advances made

Amount repaid

1935
January -------.--.
--.--.----------$131,777, 585.61
February
---------------------133,075,441.85
March.
-----------------------135,198, 385. 00
April
---------------------------139, 301, 914.21
May
------------------------------------ 143, 096, 977. 71
June...---------------------.148,449,881.24
July-------...........
.----------------------.
153, 523, 487.64
August------------------------------- -160, 495, 546. 03
September.----.
------------------------166, 865,119 76
October. ----------------------------------174, 932, 365. 90
November.---. -----------------...----180, 261, 457. 91
December
------------------------------188, 675, 299.17

$49, 792,108. 72
56, 533, 392.45
62, 582, 718.88
65, 291,109.15
67, 260,800 24
69, 217, 367 06
72, 646, 624. 95
74,470,112.19
76, 432, 923.40
79, 336, 951.23
83,172, 826. 56
85, 880, 710. 67

$81,985,476.89
76,542,049.40
72,615, 666.12
74,010,805.06
75, 836,177. 47
79, 232, 514.18
80,876,862. 69
86,025,433.84
90, 432, 196. 36
95, 595,414. 67
97,088, 631.35
102, 794, 588. 50

90, 945, 794.13
94, 588,079. 65
98, 683,428. 00
101, 905,430. 32
104,163,188.28
108,058,267. 56

102,800, 072. 68
102, 942, 240. 62
103, 357, 925.01
105, 972, 347. 96
110, 921, 536.28
118, 586,838. 00

1936
January ------------------------------February
-------------------------------March .
..------.---------------------April ...---...----------------------------May ---.--------------------------June -----.------------------------

193, 745, 866. 81
197, 530, 320. 27
202, 041, 353.01
207,877, 778. 28
215,084, 724. 56
226, 645,105. 56

EXHIBIT 4
Statement reflecting interest rates charged by the 12 Federal home-loan banks on
advances to member institutions as of June 30, 1936
Federal home-loan bank

Rate

Type of loan

Percent

Boston------------------New York--------------------

3
31
3%

All advances.
All advances for 1 year or less
All advances for more than 1 year shall be written at 4 percent
but interest collected at 3% percent during 1936.

Pittsburgh-------------------

Winston-Salem---_----------Cincinnati------------------Indianapolis-----------------

Chicago---------------------Des Moines-------- ---------

----------Little Rock----Topeka------.--------------Portland----------------------

.
Los Angeles--- ---------- ---




3Y2 All advances for 1 year or less. All advances for more than 1
year to be written at 4 percent, but until further notice credit
will be given on all outstanding advances for the difference
between the written rates of 5, 4Y, or 4 percent and 32 per
cent per annum.
32 All advances, with the provision that the interest rate may be
increased to not more than 4 percent after 30 days' written
notice.
3
All advances.
3 1 All secured advances for 1 year or less.
3
All unsecured advances, none of which may be made for more
than 6 months.
3Y All secured advances for more than 1 year.
3
All secured advances are to be written at 32 percent, but
interest collected at 3 percent.
3/ All unsecured advances.
3-3
On all advances up to $1,000,000, the interest rate shall be 3Y
percent. If the balance of loans outstanding to any one
member equals or exceeds $1,000,000, the interest rate thereon
shall be at the rate of 3 percent.
All advances.
3
Do.
3
All advances to members secured by mortgages insured under
3
title II of National Housing Act.
3
All advances for 1 year or less. All advances for more than 1
year to be written at 4 percent, but interest collected at 32
percent so long as short-term advances carry this rate.
3
All advances.

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ANNUAL REPORT

LOAN BANK BOARD

OF FEDERAL HOME

EXHIBIT 14

Total properties under jurisdiction of Property Management Division, June 30, 1936
Properties
Properties on which
Properties in process of auorsze
Total prop
owned
ertes
or deed
owned acquiring foreclosure
acquing
e
acceptance
pending
Region 1A, Boston_--------------------- ---------Region 1B, New York-----------------------_
Region 2A, Baltimore------------------------Region 2B, Cincinnati..
--.... ------------Region 3A, Atlanta ....
.....-----------Region 3B, Memphis----------------1,
Region 4A, Chicago
_----------------------Region 4B, Detroit------------------------- _
Region 5A, Omaha .-------------------- ----.------Region 5B, Dallas. ---------------------Region 6, San Francisco-..-----------------------

782 ......-----.
715
348
341
205
158--.
.------.
364
229
240- -----305
319
17
458
156
287
792
96
263
449

Total, United States .------------...--......

5,133

1, 266
6,166
781
1, 772
974
3, 091
3, 316
3,108
3,463
2,349
2, 389

21,151

2, 391

484
5,103
235
1, 614
381
1, 851
2, 692
2, 633
3,020
1,461
1, 677

28, 675

Classification of properties into income and nonincome producing
Properties
owned

Properties in
process of
acquiring title

Properties on
which author
ized foreclosure
or deed accept
ance pending

Total

Income Nonin-Income Nonin-Income Nonin-Income Nonin
come
come
come
proproducing come
propropropro
d
ducing ducing

Region
Region
Region
Region
Region
Region
Region
Region
Region
Region
Region

1A, Boston ------------1B, New York .-----.-----.
2A, Baltimore -----------2B, Cincinnati--.----------.
3A, Atlanta_ ..--------.
-188
"
3B, Memphis---.
.-------.
.
4A, Chicago -------------4B, Detroit-----------------5A, Omaha .......--------. .
5B, Dallas-------...-------.
6, San Francisco ------.--.

Total, United States.--------.

329
375
170
82
380
175
17
124
644
130

prOducing ing ndcig
ungd

ducing
ducing

453
_---------.----...
--.
340
49
299
395
171
17
188 ..-----.
76 ..----.
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.
176
146
83
38
860- .......-------56
130
11
308 .------.
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54
404 .------.
32 .------.
287 .------.
148
4
92
118
286 .-----.
133
163

2,614

2, 519

444

1, 947

607

dp
ucing

484
4, 708
235
1, 614
343
1, 795
2, 692
2,633
3,020
1, 343
1,677

329
819
187
82
372
436
186
71
124
766
293

937
5, 347
594
1,690
602
2, 655
3,130
3,037
3,339
1, 583
2, 096

20, 544

3, 665

25, 010

EXHIBIT 15
Personnel-Number of employees at end of Month June 1935 to June 1936
Total

1935:
June----.....
.-------------------------July.-------......------------------------.
August ._------....---------------..----September.........----------------------...-- ------------------October __ __-----------.---------------------November_
---------------------------.--- -December--.....1936:
January.-----...
----------..---.----------February ----------------...............
------..----..
March---April--....................-------------------May-------------------------------------June-- ..........-------------




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Home office

Regional
Rfi

State and
district
offices

19, 590
19, 884
19, 896
20,075
20,089
20,000
19, 984

2,173
2, 229
2, 253
2, 253
2, 276
2, 311
2, 379

4, 373
4,412
4,457
4,480
4, 584
4, 827
5,169

13, 044
13, 243
13,186
13, 342
13,229
12, 862
12,436

19, 548

2,433

5, 354

11,761

18,
18,
17,
16,
15,

896
412
407
391
791

2, 445
2, 363
2, 298
2, 149
2, 086

5,
5,
5,
5,
5,

362
451
405
398
409

11, 089
10, 598
9, 704
8, 844
8, 296

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ANNUAL REPORT OF FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK BOARD

EXHIBIT 16
HOME OWNERS' LOAN CORPORATION

P E R S

ON

N E L

NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES AT END OF
JANUARY 1934 TO JUNE 1936

20

MONTH*

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EXHIBIT 17
Disposition of proceeds of capital stock subscribed to by United States Treasury, of
bonds and commitments issued by Home Owners' Loan Corporation,and of realized
corporate earnings through June 30, 1936 (excludes refunding and bond-retirement
operations)
Funds received:
Capital stock ----------------------------------$200, 000, 000
Bonds and commitments issued --------------------- 3, 116, 004, 875
Collections of interest on mortgage loans, purchase-money
mortgages, and sales contracts ----------------------208, 165, 809
Dividends received on capital stock of Federal Savings and
Loan Insurance Corporation ---------------------3, 117, 287
Rentals and miscellaneous receipts----------------------1, 066, 556
Sundry funds received (unposted receipts from borrowers,
accounts and advances payable, property sales, and
miscellaneous items) -------------------------------3, 134, 319
Total funds received_
--------

-------

Disposition of funds:
Home mortgages and liens:
Total bond and commitments ex
changed----------------------$2, 688, 237, 050
Accrued interest on bonds capitalized
16,643,222
in loans----------------------- Cash:
388, 603, 996
Content of original loans -----------4, 755, 691
Subsequent advances to borrowers---Subscription to capital stock of Federal Savings and Loan
_---- _ _
_
Insurance Corporation ------Share and deposit investments in savings
and loan institutions:
Shares in Federal Savings and Loan
$52, 817, 100
Associations --------------------Shares and deposits in State-chartered
associations insured under title IV of
10, 325, 600
National Housing Act----------------------------------------------Fixed assets
Capital investment in properties owned -------$150, 329, 685
Interest on bonds paid ----------------Less: Bond interest capitalized in
16, 643, 222
loans - ------------Disbursements for administrative expense ---------------Miscellaneous expense and disbursements
Sundry disbursements (deferred charges, prepaid expenses,
---------------and miscellaneous items)
On deposit with U. S. Treasury for redemption of 4-percent
---------bonds------------------------------

3, 531, 488, 846

3, 098, 239, 959
100, 000, 000

63, 142, 700
4, 246, 635
1, 282, 549

133, 686, 463
89, 034, 684
1, 497, 830
769, 452
1, 530, 175

Total funds applied------------------------------3, 493, 430, 447
38, 058, 399
Balance of funds on hand, June 30, 1936 ------------------




INDEX
Page

ACCOUNTING, FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK SYSTEM.

Establishment of uniformity of forms and practices -

--------

7, 19

ACCOUNTING SECTION, HOME OWNERS' LOAN CORPORATION.

Comptroller's Division, statement of work of ---------------AccoUNTS.
Associations, progress in insurance of------------------Home Owners' Loan Corporation borrowers', audit made-------- Home Owners' Loan Corporation property, audit of---------

35
25
40
40

ADDITION TO HOME OFFICif BUILDING.

Date building began, date of contract and amount, size of building,
and time for completion--------------------

35

ADVANCES, FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANKS.

Exhibit 2, by States ------------------------16, 108-109
Exhibit 4, interest rates by districts----------------------16,110
Long term, definition of---------------------------13
Member institutions, total to-------------16
-------Repayments of, total------------------------16
Short term, definition of-----------------------13
---ADVERTISING, FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION.

Booklet suggesting methods
-------------Campaign in New Orleans, La ------------

44
46

--------

ADVISORY DIVISION, LEGAL DEPARTMENT, HOME OWNERS' LOAN CORPORATION.

Statement re-----

-

----------------------------

37

AGENTS OF THE BOARD.

Banks, officers-----

-----------

18, 28

-----------

ALLEN, IVAN.

Federal Savings and Loan Advisory Council, member of--

-----

20

APPLICATIONS.

Bank membership, handled by Examining Division and Review
-Committee----- ----------------24
-----Charters, number Federal savings and loan, by months-Insurance, Examining Division and Review Committee handles--6
--------------------- 42-43
Procedure for handling-Loans, Home Owners' Loan Corporation.
Average total of each-------------------------31
29
Institutions in liquidation, preference to, withdrawn by law--.
Limitation as to date of default in order to secure loan---- --29
Number and total of, etc--e
--------------------30-31
Suspension date------------------31
APPRAISAL DEPARTMENT,

HOME OWNERS'

LOAN

CORPORATION.

Coordination with the Examining Division----------------Duties of, for Bank Board---------------------------------Number of appraisers approved for Bank Board duty---------APPRAISAI

-

10
9-10
9

FORM AND GUIDE.

Procedure suggested for use by associations, banks, etc___------

10

APPRAISALS, HOME OWNERS' LOAN CORPORATION.

Formula
Influence
Property
Training

for procedure------------------------of Board upon standards, etc------------------acquired--------------------------of personnel for--------------------------

31
7
34
31

APPRAISERS, HOME OWNERS' LOAN CORPORATION.

Number, salary, and fee--------------Number qualified during 1936 for Bank Board---

-------------------------

31
9

ASSESSMENTS.

Total, by Board-----------------------------




-------

7, 18
131

132

INDEX
Page

ASSETS.

16, 111
Exhibit 5, statement--_-------- -----------16
Invested in first mortgage loans by member institutions---------Review Committee analyzes applications for sale, purchase, or trans
6,10
fer
------------------------------------------------6
Segregation of, problems handled by Review Committee--------27
Total, Federal savings and loan associations--------------------ATTORNEY GENERAL OF UNITED STATES.

-

Violation of criminal statutes reported to------------------

38

AUDITING DEPARTMENT, HOME OWNERS' LOAN CORPORATION.

40
39-40

-- ----Total preaudits and audits by-----------------Work and responsibility of--------------------------BALTz, E. C.
Federal Savings and Loan Advisory Council, member of------------

19

BANK DISTRICTS, FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK SYSTEM.

14

---

-------

---------------------

Map of--

BANK PRESIDENTS' COUNCIL.

20

....
Creation and function of-------------------------------BODFISH, MORTON.

------

Federal Savings and Loan Advisory Council, member of--

20

BOND, FIDELITY.

44

Amendment to Insurance Rules and Regulations re------------BOND RETIREMENT FUND, HOME OWNERS' LOAN CORPORATION.

--------

41

Financial Adviser recommends procedure, etc---------------------Funds to be secured through sale of-------------------------Obligations of one or all banks -.----------------

10
15
15

Statement of total---------BONDS,

BONDS,

-------------

FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK BOARD.

HOME OWNhRS'

LOAN CORPORATION.

Commitments, refunds, retired, and repayments-----------------Exhibit 17-----------------------------------Financial Adviser recommends procedure and rates---------------Payments on principal to be for retirement of, only---------------------Total of through June 30, 1936_------Retirement fund -------------- Statement of totals, issued, retired, and outstanding (exhibit 13)_ 32,
To be retired and canceled by Federal Home Loan Bank Board-----Total authorized and allocation of----------------------------------------Total issued
BORROWING

41
41,130
10
32
32,41
32, 41
41,127
5
29
31, 41

CAPACITY.

Member institutions by districts------Twelve times stock subscription --------------

------------ -----

16-18
15

BRIEFS SECTION.

Legal Department------------------BUDGET

----

37

OFFICER.

Function of--------------------------------For Insurance Corporation ----

---

-------------

-

11
45

BUILDING, HOME OFFICE.

Addition to------------------------------------35
BUILDING

AND

LOAN

ASSOCIATIONS.

Eligible for membership in Federal Home Loan Bank System-------

13

BYLAWS.

Development of model forms for insured institutions ---------H.
Federal Savings and Loan Advisory Council, member of -----CANNON, F. S.
Federal Savings and Loan Advisory Council, member of-------

43

CAKE, RALPH

20
20

CAPITAL.

Federal home loan banks-------------------------Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation-------------Home Owners' Loan Corporation -----.CAPITAL, BUILDING AND

LOAN INSTITUTIONS.

No institution insured with impaired----------------------CELLARIUS, H. F.
Federal Savings and Loan Advisory Council, member of------CENTRAL APPRAISAL BUREAU OF NEW ORLEANS.
-------------Cooperation with, by Appraisal Division




15
29
29
43
19
10

133

INDEX

Page

CHARTERS.

23,24
Applications for Federal savings and loan charters by months-- --23, 27
_---------------------------Conversion __
43
Development of model form for insured institutions--------------22-23, 27
Number granted to new groups-------------------------10
-----Review Committee handles applications for---------CHARTS.
5
Organization of Federal Home Loan Bank Board and agencies-----CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION.

-----------

Classification subject to review and revision of-CLASSIFICATION.
Personnel Department handles---------------Pursuant to Executive order, June 21, 1934--COLLECTION OFFICES,
COLLECTIONS,

HOME OWNERS'

LOAN

HOME

OWNERS'

LOAN

8
39

-------

CORPORATION.

of, number, etc--------

Establishment

-----

-

-

------------

DIVISION,

HOME

36

CORPORATION.

34, 41

Statement of, from borrowers------------------COMPTROLLER'S

39

-

OWNERS'

LOAN CORPORATION.

35
Organization ----------------------------------------36
Accounting Section-------------------------35
---------------------Decentralization ---------36
Insurance Section -----------------------------Purchase and Supply Section---------------------------37
Treasurer's Section------------------------36
CONGRESS.
Budget Officer to collect and present data to Budget Bureau, Con
--------11
gressional committee. etc------------Limitations by, on application for Home Owners' Loan Corpora
tion loans_------------------------29-30
Problems and action re home financing-----------------1-3
CONSTRUCTION.

Advances for new-------------------------Home Owners' Loan Corporation Building------

28
35

-------------

CONVERSION.

Applications for, handled by Review Committee----------6
Authority to State-chartered members Federal Home loan banks to
convert into Federals in Home Owners' Loan Act-------2
Enabling legislation in forty states----------------------26
Charters granted after---------------------------- 23, 24
COOPEATIVE BANKS.
Eligible for membership, Federal Home Loan Bank System-----13
CREDIT.

Reservoir for and extension to home financing institutions through
Federal Home Loan Bank Act, etc------------------Use of extended by Federal Home Loan Bank Act gratifying----DEBENTURES,

1
1

FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANKS.

Sale of, etc---------DIRECT REDUCTION

--

---

----------

15

PLAN.

Change from sinking fund plan to noted---DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC INFORMATION-----

----------------------------

28
6

DImRETOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS---------------------------------------

11

DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH AND STATISTICS----------------------------------DIRECTOR OF THE BUDGET, UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT.

10

Contact with, through Budget Officer-----------

----------

11

DISBURSEMENTS AND RECEIPTS.

Examining Division, Federal Home Loan Bank Board--------Federal Home Loan Bank Board------------------Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation----------------Home Owners' Loan Corporation------------------------Savings and Loan Division --------------------------DISPOSITION OF BONDS
REALIZED INCOME.

AND

COMMITMENTS

ISSUED,

CAPITAL

Exhibit 17 -------------------------------Statement---------------------------------

STOCK,

9
7
48
41
26

AND

41, 130
41

DISTRICTS, FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANKS.

Map of




------------------------------

14

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INDEX

DIVIDEND, FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN

INSURANCE

CORPORATION.

Payment of, on capital stock Federal Savings and Loan Insurance
Corporation, June 30, 1935 -----------------------------------

Page

44

DIVIDENDS.

-------------Paid by all banks and rate-------------Rates on investments by Home Owners' Loan Corporation---___Total disbursed by Federals, and rate average--------------ECONOMIC CONDITIONS.
--------------------------Comments on ----EMERGENCY

18
25, 28
28
1

ROOMS.

11
--------------In Department of the Secretary
EMPLOYEES. (See also PERSONNEL.)
38
Claims with United States Employees Compensation Commission 39
Classification __-------------__-_-------Total Home Owneis' Loan Corporation (exhibits 15 and 16)__ 39,128, 129
EXAMINATIONS.
(See EXAMINING DIVISION.)
EXAMINING DIVISION, FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK BOARD.

Advance of $100,000 each by Insurance Corporation and Home Own
ers' Loan Corporation------------------------Duties and activities, etc------------------------Examinations, number of and fees received----------------------------- --Number of employees-----Receipts and expenses--------Statement re creation of and work for Insurance Corporation --Statement re functions of--------------------------

44
8-9
9
9
9
44
6

EXHIBIT 1.

- 13, 28, 46, 48-107
-------------List of member institutions --EXHIBIT 2.
16,108-109
-------Advances by States ---------------------EXHIBIT 3.
16,109-110
Advances and repayments---_-------------EXHIBIT 4.
16, 110
Rates of interest charged by banks-----------------------EXHIBIT 5.
Combined statement assets and liabilities of member institutions-- 16, 111
EXHIBIT 6.

18,
Statement of condition, Federal home-loan banks as of June 30, 1936_
112-115
EXHIBIT 7.

Statement of profit and loss, Federal home loan banks through June
-------- 18,116-118
-----------------------30, 1936 -EXHIBIT 8.

Analysis of surplus and reserves of the Federal home loan banks as
18,119-120
------------------of June 30, 1936-----------EXHIBIT 9.
Home Owners' Loan Corporation share investments by States_ 25, 120-121
EXHIBIT 10.
Comparative data on Federal savings and loan associations by States,
28,121-123.
June 30, 1935, and June 30, 1936 -----------------EXHIBIT 11.
28,124
Advances by Federal savings and loan associations------------EXHIBIT 12.
- 31,125-127
Reconditioning statement summarizing operations ------EXHIBIT 13.
Bonds issued, retired, and outstanding -------------32, 127
EXHIBIT 14.
35, 128
Property management -------------------------------------EXHIBIT 15.
39, 12
Employees----------------------------------EXHIBIT 16.
---39,129
--------------------Employees
EXHIBIT 17.

Bonds, commitments, capital stock, realized corporate income, dis
-------------41,130
position of
EXHIBIT 18.
-46, 131
Growth of insurance by States------------------------------EXHIBITS.
12
------Participation in----------------------------




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INDEX
EXPENSES.
Federal Home Loan Bank Board:
Assessments by Board for-----------------------Home Owners' Loan Corporation:
----------------------------Average per loanStatement re income and --------------------------------Savings and Loan Division:
Table showing disbursements for year ended June 30, 1936FEDERAL HOME

Page
18
41
41
26

LOAN BANK BOARD.

7,18
Assessments for expenses-----------------------------18,28
Banks, officers as agents of--------------------------5
Economy in administration of agencies noted-----------------6
----------Examining Division, analyses, etc., used by-----5
-------Liquidation of Home Owners' Loan Corporation by---5
Membership and responsibility of-------------------------------18, 28
-Officers of banks as agents of-----------------------Review Committee acts for, in analyzing applications of all types,
6,10
--------hearings, etc---------------------------7
Self sustaining through assessments on banks and agencies of-----7
------------Statement of receipts and disbursements----------Supervision one of functions of---------6--- Total amount transferred from Savings and Loan Division year
26
---------ended June 30, 1936----------------Total amount transferred to Savings and Loan Division year ended
26
June 30, 1936-----------------------------------------------FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK REVIEW.
6, 11
--------------Contents of, number copies printed, etcFEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK SYSTEM.

--------------13
Advances, short term and long term -----16-18
Borrowing capacity of members by districts --------------Combined statement of assets and liabilities of member institutions
(exhibit 5) -------------------------------16,111
Counterpart of Federal Reserve System----------------13
Districts and map of---------------------------13,14
Examining Division, analysis of applications for membership------6
-------------48-107
Exhibit 1, list of members------- Financial Adviser handles financial operations----------10-11
Governor.-----------------------6, 18-19, 21, 28
Growth in membership and resources -----------------13, 14-15
Percent of mortgages held by member institutions---------3
Progress of, statement re----------------------20
Purpose, to relieve economic crisis, to stabilize and strengthen agen
cies promoting home ownership, etc-----------------1
Savings banks and insurance companies, statement re, problem of
increasing membership ------------------------------20
Use of credit extended under gratifying -----------------1
FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANKS.

Advances to member institutions and repayments of----------16
To Federal savings and loan associations--------------27
Assessments by Board, total ------------------------18
Dividend rate - ------------------------1-8
Financial operations, total income, interest earned, expense, assess
ments by Board, etc. (exhibits 6, 7, 8) ----------18, 112-120
Increase in advances to Federal associations
---------------27
Interest received and paid ------------------------18
Officers of, as agents of Board-----------------------18,28
Subscriptions to stock- -----------------------------15
FEDERAL RESERVE BANKS.

Contacts with, through Financial Adviser_----FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM.

------------

Federal Home Loan Bank Board counterpart of---

----------

10
13

FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ADVISORY COUNCIL.

Membership, officers, etc- ---------




----------------------

19-20

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INDEX
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS.

Page

Advances to borrowers for
28
New construction -------------------------------28
Purchase of homes ----------------28
----------------Refinancing-- ---------24
Applications for charters and number by months------Assets, total---------------------------27
Definition of --------------------- ---------27
Dividends, total and average rate---28
-----------------Exhibit 10--------------------------------28, 121-123
Exhibit 11-- --------------,--------------28, 124
Field services in connection with organization, conversion, insurance,
and share purchases by Home Owners' Loan Corporation -----21-22
Investments by Treasury and Home Owners' Loan Corporation--27
Number of --------------------------22, 23, 24, 27
Membership in Federal Home Loan Bank System required by law 13
Mortgage loans outstanding, increase in----------------27-28
Provisions of law for---------------------------- 27
Shareholders, number of
---- _-- ------------------27
Shares, purchase of by Home Owners' Loan Corporation -------25, 27
Shares, purchase of by Treasury of United States--------------- 25, 27
Statement re creation of, reasons therefor, and progress of-------2
FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN DIVISION.

Authorization for promotion and development local thrift and home
financing institutions and creation division --_---------Change of name of division--------------------------

21
21

FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION.

Advance of $100,000 for Examining Division--------------44
Advertising booklet suggesting methods and ideas distributed-----44
Applications for insurance, procedure in handling---------42
Banks, officers as agents of -------------------------18
Budget, handling of -----------------------------45
Capital -------------------------------42
Causes leading to legislation for----------------------2
Corporation's balance sheets, income, and employees-- ------47-48
Creation of -------------------------42
Events of the year -----------------------------44-45
Examining Division, work for-------------------6---Expense of examinations charged to applicants, etc---------44
44
-------Joint examinations ---Exhibit 18, Growth of Insurance by States-------------------46, 131
21, 45
Field Services
---------------------------------------48
Financial statement-----------------------------------43
Forms, approved by States listed-----------------------47
-------------Future developments and problems ---6,44
Hearings for, by Review Committee-------------------48
----------------Income and expenses--------------Insurance, development of programs, factors of safety, rehabilitation,
43
etc., approved by States listed-----------------------------45-47
Insurance, growth of---------------------------------11
Investments made on recommendation Financial Adviser-----46
Losses, one association in Wheeling, W. Va-----------------45,48
------------------------------------Personnel
47
-------------------------Reserve for losses
2
Results------------------------------42
Rules and regulations prepared and published------------------44
Hearings in connection with amendments to------------------- 42-43
---------------Standards and procedure----------44
State agencies, cooperation with---------------------------43
Supervision of insured institutions---------------------42
Use of Board, Board staff, etc--------------------------------FEDERAL SAVINGS

AND LOAN SYSTEM.

Examining Division makes supervisory examinations for--------fHearings for by Review Committee- ---------.
Influence and accomplishments of_ _-----------Investment totals by United States Treasury and Home Owners'
----------------------Loan Corporation__
Statement re, including definition, law, and insurance requirements-




6
6
28
27
27

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9

tEES.
Receipts for examinations, total-----------------------FIELD SERVICES.

Statement re------------------FILES.
In office of Secretary ----------------

21-22

--------------

11

FINANCIAL ADVISER, DEPARTMENT OF.

Function of------------------------------------

---------

10-11

FINANCIAL OPERATIONS.

Federal Home Loan Banks----------------FORECLOSURES.
Comment on necessity for, under Home Owners' Loan Act, etc --Redemption through Home Owners' Loan Corporation-------FORMS.
Development of, to satisfaction Insurance Corporation and State
authority -------------------------------------Standard reports -----------------------Uniform annual, agreement upon--------------------FRIEDLANDER, I.
Federal Savings and Loan Advisory Council, member of --------GENERAL COUNSEL

---------

----------------

18
1-2
29
43
19
9
19

6, 7-8, 37

GOVERNOR, FEDERAL HOME LOAN' BANK SYSTEM.
6, 18, 21, 28
Duties of---------------------------------------------18
Office created---------------------------GREAT LAKES EXPOSITION, CLEVELAND, OHIO.
-----12
Exhibit at -----------------------HANGER, H. R.
Federal Savings and Loan Advisory Council, member of------20
HEARINGS.
Conducted by Review Committee, Federal Home Loan Bank Board__
6
Provisions for, in connection with changes in rules and regulations
for insurance ------------------------------------44
12
HOME BUILDING SERVICE PLAN -------------------------------HOME FINANCING INSTITUTIONS.

---------Authorization to promote and develop -------Comments on economic crisis in, etc-----------------------------Importance of Home Owners' Loan Corporation investments to-----Number of counties with none_------------------

21
1
25
2

HOME OFFICE BUILDING.

Statement re acquisition and addition to---------------------35
HOME OWNERS.
-- 29-30
Loans to, eligibility -------------------------------16
Reduction in cost of home financing to-------------------------HOME OWNERS' LOAN CORPORATION.
44
Advance of $100,000 for work of Examining Division---------------Bonds, issuance of, and distribution------------------29,31, 41
5,29
Capital for Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation ------32, 41
Collections-------------------------------Creation, authority, and work of due to unprecedented foreclosures,
1, 29
etc -----------------------------------Examining Division information used in share purchases ------6
Field services for, by Savings and Loan Division, Federal Home Loan
Bank Board --------------------------------21
Home office building, addition to--------------------35
Institutions in liquidation, restrictions re----------------29
Investment of funds in building and loan associations, including
Federals---------------------------5, 27
Investments by caused increased lending activity------------25
Legal Department -------------------------7-8,36-38
Limitation in amount of each loan---------------------29-30
Loan Service Division----------------------34
Management, statement re officials--------------------32
Personnel ----------------------------------9,39, 128, 129
34
Property Management Division-------------Responsibility of Federal Home Loan Bank Board for liquidation of5
Results-----------------------------1
Servicing and collection of loans
-----------32-33




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HOME OWNERS' LOAN CoRPORATION-Continued.
Total amount transferred from Savings and Loan Division year
ended June 30, 1936---------------26
Total amount transferred to Savings and Loan Division year ended
------------------June 30, 1936 -- _--------Totals toward liquidation------------------

26
41

HOME OWNERS' LOAN CORPORATION ASSISTANCE NONCOMPETITIVE.

Mortgages not refinanced where possible to secure through private
sources ---------------------------------HOMES.
Construction of new, advances for_-----------------------------Home Owners' Loan Corporation saved million, etc-------------------------Purchases of, advances for---Refinancing of, advances for--------------------

30
28
1-2
28
28

HOMESTEAD ASSOCIATIONS.

Eligible for membership, Federal Home Loan Bank System---------

13

INCOME AND EXPENSES, HOME OWNERS' LOAN CORPORATION.

41

Statement re------------------------------INDIANA.

46

Success of efforts to rehabilitate associations---- ----------INSURANCE.

44
Amendments to rules and regulations re hearings on-------Applications, analysis by Examining Division----------8
26
------Available in all but three States-Cooperation with State authorities re rehabilitation and insurance of
44
State-chartered associations-------------------------- -Creation of Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, etc--2, 42
43
Elimination of dangerous contractual undertakings ---------46,131
Exhibit 18, Growth of Insurance by States------36
Follow up of policies by Home Owners' Loan Corporation, etc---- -19, 44-45
----------------Growth of __---Noninterference with local agents by Home Owners' Loan Corpora
36
tion----------------------------36
Protection required by Home Owners' Loan Corporation----42-43
Standards of eligibility fixed by Insurance Corporation___-----37
Total losses, Home Owners' Loan Corporation-----------36
Total number policies, Home Owners' Loan Corporation------------INSURANCE

COMPANIES.

Eligible for membership, Federal Home Loan Bank System--------Problem re increasing membership of-----------------

13
20

INTEREST.

Rates by districts (exhibit 4) -------

-------------------

16,110

INVENTORY OF SUPPLIES.

Maintained by Purchase and Supply Section -------------------------------INVESTIGATION SECTION, LEGAL------

37
38

INVESTMENTS.

27
Increase in, by Treasury and Home Owners' Loan Corporation-------43
-----------Safety of, development of factors of safety--Table showing totals by Home Owners' Loan Corporation in thrift
institutions--------------------------25
Total by Home Owners' Loan Corporation, United States Treasury,
and retired-------------------------------27
Table of, by States (exhibit 9) ----------------- 25, 120-121
KANSAS.

Success of efforts to rehabilitate associations--------------- KISSELL, HARRY S.
Federal Savings and Loan Advisory Council, member of--------

46
20

LAWYERS.

List of fee, maintained by legal department, Home Owners' Loan
Corporation ---------------------------




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LEGAL DEPARTMENT.

Page
Federal Home Loan Bank Board.
6
-Work of, for Bank Board and other agencies--------7-s
Number of employees--------------------------8
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation------- 8, 36-38
Home Owners' Loan Corporation----------------36-38
Statement re-----------------------Loan Service Section-----------------------37
Organization ------------------------------36
36
Advisory Division ----------------------Briefs Section---------------------------36
Library -------------------------------Regulations Section--------------------37
Litigation Division -------------------37
Claims Section ---------------------37
Foreclosure Section----------------------37
Investigation Section----------------------37
Servicing Division-----------------------37-38
Examining Section---------------------37
Tax Section----------------------37
Personnel, fee and salary----------------------38
Property Service Section--------------37
LEGISLATION.

Enabling acts in States to permit conversion and insurance --Federal Home Loan Bank Act, reason for------------------Federal savings and loan associations, reason for------------------Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, reason for-------Home Owners' Loan Corporation, reason for---------------

26
1
2
2
1

LIQUIDATION.

Association in Wheeling, W. Va ___--------------Corporations, assistance of Savings and Loan Division in-----Home Owners' Loan Corporation restrictions re institutions in---Statement of totals re Home Owners' Loan Corporation ------

46
22
29
41

LITIGATION DIVIsION.

Legal Department, Home Owners' Loan Corporation.
Work of
Claims, Foreclosure, and Investigation Sections - ------Number of cases __-__ _________-------

38
38

LLOYD, FRANCIS V. D.

Federal Savings and Loan Advisory Council, member of

----

19

-----

34

LOAN SERVICING DIVISION, HOME OWNERS' LOAN CORPORATION.

Duties, personnel, and procedure ____-----_-

----

LOANS, HOME OWNERS' LOAN CORPORATION.

Audit of
------------40
Closing operations------------------------------ --31
Eligibility for
29-----------Limitation as to amounts
--- --------30
Not made where possible to secure through private sources -----30
Number and total of applications for _--- ------30-31
Payment of taxes, repairs, etc-----------------------30
Restriction as to date of default in order to secure - ---__--29
Servicing and collection of
------------32-33
Establishment regional offices
--------32
Terms and interest rate
--------30
Total applications for, number eligible, total number and amount
closed-----------------------------39, 4
LOANS, MEMBER INSTITUTIONS FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK SYSTEM. (See
also ADVANCES.)
Source of funds for (exhibit 5)
- _----_--- -16, 111
LOSSES.

Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, one association in
Wheeling, W. Va
-----____-__------Number and total of, insurance, Home Owners' Loan Corporation -Recouping of, through segregation, etc
__
Reserve for, Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation....
Home Owners' Loan Corporation
__41
10
129614-37-




46
37
22
47

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LOUISIANA.

10
46

-----Cooperation with State officials on appraisal problems--Insurance, efforts to rehabilitate associations, etc-------------MAIL AND MESSENGER DIVISION.
HOME OWNERS

11

-------------------

Department of Secretary-----MANAGEMENT,

LOAN CORPORATION.

Statement re officials, etc_

32

_--------------------------

MANUAL.

Statement re issuance and revisions----------------------MAP.
Bank districts, Federal Home Loan Bank System-------------Regional offices, Home Owners' Loan Corporation------------------

31
14
33

MARKET OPERATIONS.

10

Supervised by Financial Adviser----------------------MCWILLIAMS, FRANK S.

-

Federal Savings and Loan Advisory Council, member of -------

20

MEMBER INSTITUTIONS.

16
---------Advances from Federal Home Loan Banks, total---18
--------------Borrowing capacity by districts--------------_ 16,111
Combined statement of assets and liabilities (exhibit 5)----15
------------Investment in stock required--------19
---------------Reports, cooperation to secure uniform--15
-----------------Subscriptions to capital stock --------MEMBERSHIP, FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK SYSTEM.

13
Advantages of ---------------------------------------------------13-15
Growth-Table classified as to type------13
-----------------------Institutions eligible for ------Law requires Federal savings and loan associations to belong to
13
Federal Home Loan Bank System----------------- ----------MERGERS.

--------

10

Federal Home Loan Bank Board, Federal Savings and Loan Insur
ance Corporation, and Home Owners' Loan Corporation.
Secretary writes and indexes ---------------------

11

Review Committee handles applications for--------MINUTES.

MISSOURI.

Success of efforts to rehabilitate associations ----

-----------

46

MORATORIUM.

Statement re expiration, etc------

30

MORTGAGEE REHABILITATION DIVISION.

Nation-wide survey of mortgage and real-estate conditions---------40
------------------------40
Organization of -------Personnel and duties----- ---------------------40
-----------6, 10, 40
Part of Research and Statistics Division
MORTGAGES.

Exchange of, for bonds by home owners---------------29
3
-------------Held by Home Owners' Loan Corporation---30
Not made where possible to secure through private sources-----Percent held by member institutions, Federal Home Loan Bank
System --------------------------------3
Total, outstanding by Federal savings and loan associations-------- 27-28
Total volume
------------------------------3
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION

OF BUILDING AND

LOAI

SUPERVISORS.

Cooperation with, in re uniform reports-------------- -----NEW ORLEANS.
OFFICERS,

FEDERAL HOME LOAN

BANKS.

Agents of Board----------------------------PAYMENTS,

19

(See LOUISIANA.)

18,28

HOME OWNERS' LOAN CORPORATION.

Collection offices for--------------- -Resumption of, after moratorium -------------Total made by borrowers -------

---------- 36
------------30
----------- 34,41

PAY ROLLS.

Handled by Personnel Department-------------

--------

8

PELLET, LEGRAND.

Federal Savings and Loan Advisory Council, member of




------

19

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Page

PERSONNEL.

Appraisers, number of--------------------------9, 31
11
Budget Officer certifies as to necessary funds for--------------39
-------------------------------Employees, field offices
Employees, Personnel Department ---------------------8
9
Examining Division, Federal Home Loan Bank Board---------39,
Exhibits 15 and 16, Number on Pay Roll During Fiscal Year 1936_
128. 129
19-20
------Federal Savings and Loan Advisory Council ---48
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation --------------7,39
-----------------Legal Department -------34
Loan Servicing Division, Home Owners' Loan Corporation --------10
Review Committee------------------------26
Savings and Loan Division, Federal Home Loan Bank Board-----11
Secretary ------- -------------------------_
31
Training for appraisals-----------------PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT, HOME OWNERS' LOAN CORPORATION.
----9
--Classification of employees by-----------------6, 39
----------------------------Work of ----PROCUREMENT DIVISION, UNITED STATES TREASURY-----------PROFIT AND LOSS, FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANKS.

35

-----

Consolidated statements of (exhibits 6, 7, 8)-------------- 18, 112-120
PROPERTIES.
41
Number acquired and in process of liquidation------------------34
---------Sales of acquired, procedure -----------PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, HOME OWNERS' LOAN CORPORATION.

34
35,128
34
-34

-------Duties of -----------------------------------Exhibit 14_------------------Properties taken over-_----------------------------------Reconditioning of properties acquired
PURCHASE AND SUPPLY SECTION.

Inventory maintained by------------------------------------------Surplus equipment, sale of----------------------------------Work of-----PURCHASE OF AssETS.
Questions handled by Review Committee-----------------------

37
37
37
6

RATES.

Dividends--------------------------------Interest by banks (exhibit 4)---------

--

----------

18
16,110

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS.

Examing Division, Federal Home Loan Bank Board----- --------------------Federal Home Loan Bank Board------Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation-----------Home Owners' Loan Corporation-----------------------Savings and Loan Division----------------------------

9
7
48
41
26

RECONDITIONING, HOME OWNERS' LOAN CORPORATION.

Property acquired----------------------------34
Statement re------------------------31
Applications for----------------------------31
Procedure------------------------------------31
Jobs completed (exhibit 12) -------------------- 31,125-127
Number contracts and amount-----------------------31
Total amount loaned for---------------------------41
REFINANCING.

Advances for--------------------------REGIONAL BANK DISTRICTS.

Map of-----

-------------------------------

14

REGIONAL OFFICES, HOME OWNERS' LOAN CORPORATION.

Establishment of----------------------------Map of----------------------------REGULATIONS SECTION, LEGAL DEPARTMENT -----------------

32
33
38

REHABILITATION.

Funds, need for-------------------------------Home Owners' Loan Corporation loans, authority for Program for assistance to State-chartered associations -REORGANIZATION.
Review Committee analyzes applications for




22
------31
------ 43, 46
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Page

REPAIRS AND RECONDITIONING.
REPAYMENTS.

(See

41

--------------------------

Total amount loaned for------PAYMENTS.)

REPORTS.

8
9, 19

Analysis of, by Examining Division----------------------------Efforts to establish uniformity of------------------------RESEARCH AND STATISTICS, DIVISION OF.

------

Duties of--------------

-----

6, 7,10
41

-

LOSSES------------------------RESERVES FO
REVIEW COMMITTEE.

--------------Duties of, etc-----------------------Handling of insurance applications---------------------Hearings to be conducted by---------------------Members, number of_ ___
------------------Statement re functions of--

10
42
6
10
6

-

ROBBINS, COL. CHAS. B.

19

Federal Savings and Loan Advisory Council, member of------ROTHWELL, B. J.

Federal Savings and Loan Advisory Council, member of
RULES AND REGULATIONS,
TION.

-

-

19

FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORA

44

Reference to amendments to---------------- ------RULES AND REGULATIONS, HOME OWNERS'

LOAN CORPORATION.

34

Statement re uniform procedure for loan servicing--------------

SALES OF ACQUIRED PROPERTY--------------------SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS.

--------

Eligible for membership Federal Home Loan Bank System
SAVINGS AND LOAN
DIVISION.)

DIVISION.

(See

also FEDERAL SAVINGS

3

-

AND

13
LOAN

Authorization for promotion and development local thrift and home
financing institutions ------------------------------ 21
Creation of-----------21
Field service, responsibility of and work of----------------22
Promotion of insurance ------------------------- 45
Function of-------------------------------- 21-22
Personnel------------------------------------26
Receipts and disbursements for year ended June 30, 1936_-------26
Transfer of supervisory work to Governor ----------------28
SAVINGS BANKS.

Eligible for membership, Federal Home Loan Bank System
Problem re increasing membership of ----------

----

13
20

SEAL, FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK BOARD.

Secretary custodian--

-----

----------

11

SECRETARY.

Functions of-----------------------------Emergency rooms----------------- Filing system -------------------------Mail and Messenger Division----------------------Minutes ----------------------11
Stenographic Division -------------Telephone switchboard -------------------Number of employees in office of
---------

11
11
11
11
11
11
11

SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.

Subscriptions to capital stock, Federal Home Loan Banks ------Home Owners' Loan Corporation
----------

15
29

SEGREGATION.

Use in rehabilitation programs----

-

-------------------

22

SELIGMAN, EUSTACE.

Federal Savings and Loan Advisory Council, member of------SERVICING AND COLLECTION OF LOANS, HOME OWNERS' LOAN CORPORATION-

Addition to home office building ---------------Collections from borrowers ---------------------Establishment of regional offices--------------------- _
Loan Service Division --------------------------Map of regions ---------------------------Property management
------------------------




-

32

r-

19
3 5
35
34
32
34
33
34

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SERVICING DIVISION.

Legal Department, Home Owners' Loan Corporation.
--------------Examining Section, work of------Property Service Section----------------------------Tax Section, work of-----------------------Total taxes paid through-------------

-

-

38
38
38
38

SHAREHOLDERS, FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS.

27

---------------Total number and amount--------------SHARES, FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS.
Investment in by Home Owners' Loan Corporation---------------Total retired ----------------------------Treasury purchase of, total, etc---------------------------------

2'5, 27
27
25, 27

SINKING FUND PLAN, BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS.

Change to direct reduction plan -----

-

28

------

---------

STATE AGENCIES.

44

Cooperation with---------------------------STATE

CHARTEMED

ASSOCIATIONS.

43

----

Program for rehabilitation and reorganization of, outlined--STATEMENT.

Combined assets and liabilities of member institutions (exhibit 5) 16, 111
18, 112-120
Condition and profit and loss (exhibit 6, 7, 8)------------STATISTICS.
10
--Division of, collects, analyzes, etc STENOGRAPHIC

DIVISION.

11

Office of Secretary----------------STEWART, JAMES, & CO.
Contractors for addition to home office building -------Date and amount of bid------------------SUBSCRIPTIONS. (See CAPITAL.)
SUMMARY

35
35

-------------

OF FISCAL OPERATIONS.

Statement------------------------------------------

41

SUPERVISION OF INSURED INSTITUTIONS.

Provisions

--------------------------

for------

SUPERVISORY AUTHORITIES,

43

BUILDING AND LOAN INSTITUTIONS.

Acceptance of uniform report forms ------------------SUPPLIES.
Method of purchase-----------------------

-

19
37

SURVEYS.

By Mortgage Rehabilitation Division ------------

40

TAX SECTION.

Legal Department, Home Owners' Loan Corporation--_------- -

38

TAXES.

Legal opinions on various State and Federal situations----------44
Property subject to, by five governmental units--------------38
Statement re payment where delinquent---------------30, 38
TELEPHONE SWITCHBOARDS.

Department of Secretary---

-

---------------------

11

TERMS AND INTEREST RATE, HOME OWNERS' LOAN CORPORATION LOANS.

Statement re-----

-

--------------------------

30

TEXAS.

Success of efforts to rehabilitate associations ---

---------

-

46

TEXAS CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION.

Exhibit at---------------------------THOMPSON, CHAS. W.
Federal Savings and Loan Advisory Council, member of-----------

12
20

TREASURER'S SECTION.

Comptroller's Division, Home Owners' Loan Corporation.
Statement of work, duties, and custody of loan dockets---- ---

36

TREASURY DEPARTMENT.

Procurement Division re addition to home office building TREASURY OF THE UNITED STATES.

-----

Authority to invest in Federal savings and loan associations ----Total amount available for share purchases------------------Total investments in shares---------------------25,
Total investments retired----------------Procurement Division, to handle construction home office building_
To receive Home Owners' Loan Corporation surplus funds--------




35

(See also SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.)

27
25
27
27
35
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TRIGG, ERNEST T.
Federal Savings and Loan Advisory Council, member of-----TYPES OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE RENDERED BY HOME OWNERS' LOAN
CORPORATION.
Statement re payment of taxes, etc--------------------------------

Page
19
30

UNEMPLOYMENT.

Effect on date of default limitation -----------

------------

29

UNITED STATES BUILDING AND LOAN LEAGUE.

Cooperation with, in re uniformity of reports------------------

19

UNITED STATES EMPLOYEES COMPENSATION COMMISSION.

Claims with, handled by Claims Section, Litigation Division, Legal
Department--------------------------

38

VOUCHERS.

--------Number audited and total------------------WADE, C. H.
Federal Savings and Loan Advisory Council, member of------------

40
20

WASHINGTON.

Success of efforts to rehabilitate associations----------------ZANDER, HENRY G.
-----Federal Savings and Loan Advisory Council, member of -




O

45
20


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