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Statements and Speeches of Charles S. Hamlin

DATE: 1914-1930

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DATE: 1914-1930

NOTE: Charles S. Hamlin served as the first Governor (now Chair) of the Federal Reserve Board from August 10, 1914, to August 9, 1916, and remained on the Board until February 3, 1936.

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  • 1914 | The Federal Reserve Act : An Address Delivered Before the New York Credit Men's Association at its Annual Mid-winter Meeting and Dinner, Held at the Hotel Astor, New York, N.Y.

  • 1914 | Abstract of Address at the Convention of the American Bankers Association, at Richmond

  • 1914 | The Federal Reserve System as Established and in Operation : An Address Delivered before the New York Chamber of Commerce

  • 1915 | Abstract of speech delivered before the Chamber of Commerce of the United States, Washington, D.C.

  • 1915 | The Federal Reserve Act : Address Delivered at 32nd Annual Banquet of the Chicago Real Estate Board

  • 1915 | Address before the Pan American Financial Conference, Washington, D.C.

  • 1915 | Address at New England Bankers Convention

  • 1915 | The Federal Reserve Act : Address before the New York State Bankers Association Convention, Saratoga Springs, New York

  • 1915 | The Federal Reserve System : Address before the Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce

  • 1916 | Speech before the Republican Club of the City of New York

  • 1916 | Retrospective of the First Meeting of the Bankers Club of Cleveland, including remarks by Charles Hamlin

  • 1916 | Abstract of Address before the Robert Morris Club, Pittsburgh, PA

  • 1916 | Speech delivered before the Massachusetts State Board of Trade, Boston, Mass.

  • 1917 | Address before the Roxbury Historical Society

  • 1929 | Address before the Maine Bankers' Association, Poland Springs, Maine

  • 1929 | What the Federal Reserve has done for Agriculture: Radio Address in the National Grange Hour

  • 1930 | Address at the dinner in Honor of the Visiting European Journalists, Washington, D.C.