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Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Bulletins and Circular Letters

1914-1936

Each Federal Reserve Bank issues circulars to their member banks that address community relations, bank services, and supervision and regulation, and describe the Bank's procedures and processes. These circulars were issued by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago to member banks in the Seventh District.


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    • 1930s
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    Beginning in 1917, the Chicago Fed issued bulletins and circulars concurrently, with independent numbering. Most of the circulars concerned procedures and regulations for the various Liberty Loan campaigns, and many were sent from the Bank’s Government Bond department.

    1914-1936

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    Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Bulletins and Circular Letters. 1914-1936, https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/7180, accessed on December 7, 2023.