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STATEMENT IDE TEE PRESS
■Released for publication
Sunday morning, Sept. 11;
not earlier.

B-SQ6
Federal Reserve Board
September 10, 1932.
BASE DEBITS

Detits to individual accounts, as reported to the Federal Reserve Board ty "banks
in leading cities for the week ending Sep tenter 7> v/hich included tut five tusiness
days, aggregated $5 ,^)1,00 0 ,0 00 , or g par cent telow the total reported for the pre­
ceding week and 12 per cent telow the total for the corresponding week of last year,
which also included tut five tusiness days.

Aggregate detits for the lUl centers for which figures have teen published
070,000-, 000, as cor-pared with
r
b
,000,000 the preceding week and $5>70I,0r
'0,000 the week ending September 9 of
last year.
wee
. _ "ikly since January 1919 amounted to

Federal
Reserve
District
No. 1 - Boston
2 - New York
3 - Philadelphia
4 - Cleveland
5 - Richmond
6 - Atlanta
,
7 - Chicago
s - St. Louis
9 - Minneapolis
10 - Kansas City
11 - Dallas
12 - San Francisco
TOTAL

SUMMARY BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS
( Tn thou sands of do 11 :.Q _____
Ifcfber o f .
" Tee k
e n d i n g
centers
Sept. 7, 1932 j Aug. 71, 1932
Sept. 9 , 1931
included
l5
l4
IS
25
24

273,303

227,293

16

173,696
135,537
612, 56s

316,337
3 , 233,312
250,336
302,502
165,115
139,390
661,914

141,021

131,851

17
2S
17
27
264

99,633
156,339

99,134
152,677

394,572

359,060

5,^5 0,75S

5,903,073

26
36

2, 345,090
246,^33

84,073

90,444

320,306
3 , 060,637
322,312
335,174

200,633
155,415
757,513
162,933
117,365
197,942
107,934
405,64i
6 , 19^,965

DEBITS BY BASKS IF EACH REPORT IITG CE!T
TER
______ (in thousands of dollars)_________
Week ending
Week ending
Sept. 7,1932
Sept. 7,1932
DISTRICT ITO. 1 - BOSTON
DISTRICT NO. 2 - N T YORK (Cont'd)
ET
Bangor, Me.
2,095
Northern New Jersey
Boston, Mass.
170,232
Clearing House Assn.
33,109
Brockton, Mass.
Passaic, N. J.
2,297
4,336
Fall River, Mass.
Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
2,293
2,319
Hartford, Conn.
27,492
Rochester, N. Y.
23,313
Holyoke, Mass.
Stamford, Conn.
2,005
1,572
Lowell, Mass.
2,153
io,4io
Syracuse, N. Y.
Lynn, Mass.
7,432
3,050
Utica, IT. Y.
Manchester, N. E.
1,922
New Bedford, Mass.
2,435
DISTRICT >10. 3 - PHILADELPHIA
New Haven, Conn.
4,060
Allentown, Pa.
13,439
Portland, Lie.
1,306
Altoona, Pa.
6,257
Providence, R. I .
IS ,455
I
Camden, ? . J.
T
6,050
Springfield, Hass.
Chester, Pa.
2,690
9.530
Waterbury, C n o :- .,
Harri sburg, Pa.
4,191
3,359
Worcester, Lfess,
6,330
Hazleton, Pa.
1,963
Johnstown, Pa.
2,475
DISTRICT 'TO. 2 - NEW YORK
Lancaster, Pa.
2,913
Albany, N. Y,
941
Lebanon, Fa.
25,755
Binghamton, IT. Y.
3.250
Norristown, Pa.
1,791
Buffalo, IT. Y.
Philadelphia, Pa.
39.099
179,153
Elmira, I T Y.
-.
4,543
Reading, Pa.
2,131
Jamestown, I . Y.
T
1 , 36s
Scranton, Pa.
9,707
Montclair, IT. J.
3,022
Trenton, N. J.
7.93S
Newark, IT. J.
55,331
5,493
Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
New York, N. Y.
2, 633, 51s
Williamsport, Pa.
1,642
6,435
Wilmington, Del.

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2,672
York, Pa.
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DIBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING GETTER
B—
S06a .
(In thousandL of dollars)
s
Week ending
Week ending
Sept. 7, 1932
Sept. 7,1932
DISTRICT F O . 6 - ATLANTA (Cont’d)
DISTRICT F O . * - CLSVELA'TD
+
ll+8
Elberton, G a .
Akron, Ohio
9,060
52k
Hattiesburg, Miss.
Butler, P a .
1,303
3,061
Jackson, Miss.
Canton, Ohio
3 , s 6o
Jacksonville, Fla.
Cincinnati, Ohio
Ui+,313
7,503
U.10S
Knoxville, Tenn.
Cleveland, Ohio
72,173
k,?5k
M a co n , G a .
Columbus, Ohio
16,956
1,106
Meridian, Hiss.
Dayton, Ohio
7,5*+5
2,016
Erie, P a ,
Miami, Fla.
3, *+lS
4,063
Franklin, Pa.
Mobile, Ala.
60s
2,380
Montgomery, Ala.
Greensburg, P a .
1,082
Nashville, Tenn.
Hamilton, Ohio
1,1+96
10,519
Newnan, Ga.
Homestead, Pa.
U15
293
k'2,327
Lexington, Ky.
Few O r l e a n s , L a .
2,*+17
Pensacola, Fla.
■
85s
Lima, Ohio
1,952
5,242
Lorain, Ohio
Savannah, Ga.
*1 0
++
Middletown, Ohio
Tampa, Fla.
87*+
3,375
Valdosta, Ga.
Oil City, Pa.
2,230
577
630
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Vicksburg, Miss.
89,281
Springfield, Ohio
2,533
Steubenville, Ohio
DISTRICT NO. 7 - CHICAGO
1,372
521
Adrian, Mich.
Toledo, Ohio
12 ,SSI
1,203
Aurora, 111.
Warren, Ohio
939
Wheeling, W. Va.
B a t t l e C re e fc .M ic h .
5,210
2*159
8S5
Youngstown, Ohio
B ay C i t y , M ic h .
4,592
l , 6s6
Bloomington , 111.
Z a n e s v i l l e , O h io
9U3
5,3^9
Cedar R a p id s , l a .
3SS.S57
D I S T R I C T NO. 5 - RICHMOND
Chicago, 111.
1,250
Asheville, N . C.
1,665
Danville, 111.
4,583
Davenport, la.
Baltimore, Md.
56,937
2,227
2,306
Decatur, 111.
C h a r l e s t o n , S . C.
Charleston, W. Va.
5,122
10,833
D es M o in e s, Io w a .
75,852
Detroit, Mich.
Charlotte, F. C;.
10,55^
874
3,021
Columbia, S. C.
■
Dubuque, Iowa
3,536
Cumberland, Md.
Flint, Mich,
99*+
4,329
1,036
Fort Wayne, Ind.
D a n v ille , Va.
89U
Gary, Ind,
Durhaip.N. C.
3,591
9,910
2,0*+l
Greensboro, N. C.
Grand Rapids, Mich.
1,656
Green Bay, Wis.
Greenville, S. C.
2,09S
23,80*+
Indianapolis, Ind,
Hagerstown, Md.
1,151
2,129
1,922
Jackson, Midi.
Huntington, W, Va.
2,691
Lynchburg, Va.
Kalamazoo, Mich.
2,633
2,732
Newport Fews, Va.
Lansing, Mich.
1,193
6,1+07
Norfolk, Va.
M aso n City, Io w a
_ 1,149
_ %
32,52**
Milwaukee, Wis.
P o rtsm o u th , Va.
605
878
2,66H
Moline, 111,
Raleigh, F . C.
*+88
Muscatine, I o w a
22, *+
78
Richmond, Va.
1,525
*+,09*
+
Oshkosh, Wis,
Roanoke, Va.
6,093
Peoria, 111,
Spartanburg, S. C.
l,ll+2
2,003
Rockford, 111,
Washington, D. C.
, 0
3*+ *< 3
Saginaw, Mich.
2,173
l t52k
Wilmington, F. C.
1,803
S h e b o y g a n , W is .
Winston-Salem, F. C.
k ,H 5
S io u x C i t y , Io w a
4,693
3 , 8* *
++
South B e n d , I n d .
DISTRICT NO. 6 - ATLANTA
*+,077
*+86
Springfield, 111.
A lb a n y , Ga,
2,117
18,568
Terre Haute, I n d .
Atlanta, Ga,
9*+l
W a t e r l o o , Iow a
Augusta, Ga,
3,250
11,820
Birmingham, Ala.
328
Brunswick, G a .
5,121
C h attan o o g a, Tenn,
i,sUo
Columbus, Ga.
5U0
Dothan, Ala.



D3BITS BY BAMS IF EACH REPORTING COTTER
( In thousamis of dollars)
B-806b
Week ending
Week ending
Sept. 7,1932
Sept. 7, 1932
DISTRICT FO. S - ST. LOUIS
DISTRICT FO. 10 - KANSAS CITY (Cont«d)
East St. Louis & Fat'l.
Okmulgee, Okla.
402
Stock Yards, 111.
Omaha, Feb.
22,051
4,579
Eldorado, Ark.
832
Pittsburg, Kans.
507^
Evansville, Ind.
Pueblo, Colo,
2,236
2,503
Fort Smith, Ark.
1,656
4,504
St. Joseph, Mo.
Greenville, Miss.
603
Topeka, Kans.
2,540
Helena, Ark.
261
Tulsa, Okla.
11,268
Little Rock, Ark.
4,584
Wichita, Kans.
5,831
Louisville, Ky.
18,734
Memphis, Tenn.
17,740
DISTRICT NO. 11 - DALLAS
Owensboro, IC .
y
448
Abilene, Tex.
111
Pine Bluff, Ark.
Austin, Tex.
913
2,537
Quincy, 111.
1,089
Beaumont, Tex.
2,128
St. Louis, Mo.
84,200
Corsicana, Tex.
538
Sedalia, Mo.
420
Dallas, Tex.
22,907
Springfield, Mo.
El Paso, Tex.
2,772
2,057
Texarkana,Ark.(See also Tex.)
402
Ft. Worth, Tex.
8,155
Galveston, Tex.
3,393
D IS T R IC T F O . 9 - MINNEAPOLIS
22,149
Houston, Tex.
724
Aberdeen, S. D.
Port Arthur, Tex.
969
807
386
B i l l i n g s , M o n t.
R o s w e l l , F . M,
221
Dickinson, F. D.
7,429
S a n A n t o n i o , Tex.
7,280
Duluth, Minn.
Shreveport, La.
4,833
Fargo, F. D.
2,585
T exarkana, T ex.
608
Grand Forks, F. D .
857
(See also Ark.)
1,156
Helena, Mont.
1,191
Tucson, Ariz.
Jamestown, F. D .
33s
Waco, Tex.
l,S35
1,296
1,526
La Crosse, Wis.
W i c h i t a F a l l s , Tex.
57,012
Minneapolis, Minn.
Minot, F. D.
779
D I S T R I C T F O . 12 - SAF FRAFCISCO
268
R ed T
.7ing, Minn.
1,380
B a k e rsfie ld , C a lif.
922
St. Paul, Minn.
19,761
B e l l i n g h a m , W ash.
3,211
2,149
Sioux Falls, S. D.
B e rk e le y , C a lif .
2, 1 6
+2
1,584
South St. Paul, Minn.
B o i s e , Id ah o
Superior, Wis.
925
707
Eugene, Ore.
Winona, Minn.
1,013
E v e r e t t , W ash.
i,io 4
F resno, C a lif .
3,055
D I S T R I C T FO. 10 - KANSAS C ITY
Long Beach, Calif.
5,146
Albuquerque, F. M.
110,767
1,679
Los Angeles, Calif.
Atchison , Kans.
Oakland, Calif.
579
29,893
3,149
Bartlesville, Okla.
Ogden, Utah
1,927
Casper, T y .
Jo
4,284
943
Pasadena, Calif.
C h e y e n n e , Wyo.
1,312
Phoenix, Ariz.
3,613
2,181
C olo rad o S p r in g s , C o lo .
20,622
Portland, Ore.
Denver, Colo.
1,556
Reno, Fev.
23,099
1,560
Enid, Okla.
8,340
Sacramento, Calif.
1+76
Fremont, Feb.
8,102
Salt Lake City, Utah
1,096
Grand Junction, Colo.
San B e rn a r d in o , C a l i f .
351
243
6,986
Guthrie, Okla.
San Diego, Calif.
136,708
2,570
Hutchinson, Kans.
San F r a n c i s c o , C a l i f .
3,276
457
Independence, Kans.
San Jose, Calif.
1,864
Joplin, Mo.
957
Santa Barbara, Calif.
1,835
24,6-75
Kansas City, Kans.
S e a t t l e , W a sh .
48 ,667
5,313
Kansas City, Mo.
Spokane, Wash.
_/
5 l6
2,654
Lawrence, Kans.
Stockton, Calif.
4,084
3,949
Lincoln, Feb.
Tacoma, Wash.
1,069
80S
ffusltogee, Okla.
W a l l a W a l l a , W ash.
1,838
11,273
O k la h o m a City, O k l a ,
Yakima, Wash.
Fote:

Bank debits for week ending August 31, 1932, not previouslyreported: Macon, Ga., 4,774.