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Documents of the National Monetary Commission

Descriptive Information

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Project and Contents Description
The National Monetary Commission was created by the Aldrich-Vreeland Act in 1908 in reaction to the Panic of 1907. It studied the history of central banking in the United States, as well as the central banks of Europe. The 30 reports issued by the commission became the basis for the Federal Reserve Act of 1913.

FRASER is an image archive of historical economic statistical publications and materials related to the development of the Federal Reserve System.
Geographic Coverage
United States
SuDocs Classification
Y3.N21/2:
Language(s)
  • English
Any non-U.S. Government Pubs
No
Other Government Publications
  • None
Publications Source
  • Library's Federal depository collection

Administrative Information

Project Contact Name
Katrina Stierholz
Institution Name
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Institution/Agency Logo
Institution Type
Non-profit Institution not listed above
Address
P.O. Box 442, 63166, United States
E-mail
Telephone
314-444-8552
Secondary Contact Name
Pamela Campbell
Secondary Contact Email
Secondary Contact Phone
314-444-8907
Project Federally Funded:
N/A
Project Status
Complete
Digitization Conducted In-house
Yes
Searching for Project Partners
No
Visited
1157

Technical Information

Meets Criteria for Preservation
Yes
File Formats
TIFF, PDF
Metadata Scheme in Use
N/A
Metadata Encoded As
N/A
Institution Has a Digitization Policy
No
Restrictions on Access
No

Other Information

Additional Information
Most of the publications digitized for FRASER were donated by other libraries.