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FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF DALLAS Dallas, Texas, September 23, 1941 DISCUSSIONS OF REGULATION W To All Banking Institutions in the Eleventh Federal Reserve District: During the past few weeks this bank has received ipvitations from all parts of the district for some of its officers to attend meetings for the purpose of discussing Regulation W of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System relating to instalment credit. Due to the interest that has been shown in this subject, meetings have been scheduled in certain cities located in various sections of the district, to be attended by bankers, representatives of finance companies, dealers, and others most affected by the Regulation. The locations and dates of these meetings are shown below; Amarillo, September 24 Wichita Falls, September 25 Shreveport, October 6 Fort Worth, October 7 Waco, October 8 Abilene, October 27 Tyler, October 29 Tucson, September 26 El Paso, October 7 Beaumont, September 25 Galveston, September 26 Austin, September 29 Corpus Christi (Date to be announced) The hours and places of meetings may be ascertained through the cham bers of commerce in the cities listed above. These meetings will be open to the public, and interested persons who live in surrounding territory are invited to attend. Representing this bank at the meetings in the Head Office territory will be Mr. E. B. Stroud, First Vice President and General Counsel, and Mr. E. B. Austin, Assistant Cashier. The Managing Directors of our Houston, San Antonio and El Paso branches will attend the meetings in their respective territories. The meetings will be informal and all in attendance will be given an opportunity to ask questions with respect to the Regulation and the correct interpretation of its provisions. Banks are requested to notify their customers who may be interested in these discussions. Yours very truly, R. R. GILBERT President This publication was digitized and made available by the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas' Historical Library (FedHistory@dal.frb.org)