Benjamin Strong Jr. Papers
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
1907-1927, two letters from 1942
Benjamin Strong Jr. was appointed first governor of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York upon its formation in 1914. The papers consist of letters between Strong and various Wilson-era cabinet officials, such as Treasury Secretaries William G. McAdoo and Carter Glass, Secretaries of State William Jennings Bryan and Robert Lansing, and Secretary of the Navy Josephus Daniels. The papers also contain documents relating to the formation of the Federal Reserve Bank, and the Liberty Loan campaigns during the First World War.
Benjamin Strong Jr. Papers, New York Federal Reserve Bank
Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library
Federal Reserve banks
Banks and banking
Banks and banking--United States
2 linear feet of microfilm scans, 470 pdf files
Benjmain Strong Jr. writes William G. McAdoo regarding the latter's trip to Colorado.
Excerpt From Document Discussing Amendments to Owen-Glass Bill by Senate Committee on Banking and Currency