Guide to the Clark E. Warburton papers, 1920-1979 Clark E. Warburton C0110

Guide to the Clark E. Warburton papers, 1920-1979

A Collection in
Special Collections and Archives
Collection Number C0110


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Repository
George Mason University. Special Collections and Archives.
Collection number
C0110
Title
Clark E. Warburton papers 1920-1979
Physical Characteristics
161.25 linear feet (117 boxes)
Creator
Clark E. Warburton, 1896-1976
Language
English
Abstract
The collection consists of correspondence, published and unpublished Warburton manuscripts (such as Warburtion's unpublished history of monetary disequilibrium), printed matter, and subject files.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Collection is open to research.

Use Restrictions

There are no restrictions.

Preferred Citation

Clark E. Warburton papers, Collection #C0110, Special Collections and Archives, George Mason University.

Acquisition Information

Collection donated by Clark E. Warburton in 1979.

Processing Information

Processed by Special Collections and Archives staff. EAD markup completed by Eron Ackerman and Jordan Patty in March 2009.


Biographical Information

Born in Shady Grove, New York on January 27, 1896, Clark E. Warburton taught at several colleges and universities in the United States and India before joining the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) in 1934. He eventually became Chief of the Banking and Business Section of the Division of Research and Statistics. He retained that post until his retirement in 1965. Throughout his career, Warburton was well known for his support of the theory that monetary forces are the key cause of economic disturbances. He made numerous contributions to economics scholarship and practices during his long career.

Scope and Content

The collection consists of correspondence, published and unpublished Warburton manuscripts (such as Warburtion's unpublished history of monetary disequilibrium), printed matter, and subject files.

Arrangement

This collection is arranged alphabetically and chronologically by subject.

Related Material

Special Collections and Archives created a digital collection about the James M. Buchanan Lecture hosted by GMU Libraries in 2008.

The National Archives and Records Administration holds additional Clark Warburon papers in Record Group 34: Records of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, 1920-1993.


Index Terms

    Persons:

  • Warburton, Clark, b. 1896.
  • Corporate Names:

  • Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
  • Subjects:

  • Banks and banking--United States.
  • Economics--United States.
  • Finance--United States.

Contents List

Clark Warburton Papers
  • 1
    1
    Abramovitz, Moses,
  • 2
    1
    Adams, E. Sherman,
  • 3
    1
    Adams, Sherman,
  • 4
    1
    Agger, E. E.,
  • 5
    1
    Agriculture, U.S Dept.,
  • 6
    1
    Ahearn, Frank,
  • 7
    1
    Norman Albrecht,
  • 8
    1
    Alden, F. Charles,
  • 9
    1
    Alexander, S. Sidney,
  • 10
    1
    M. Allais,
  • 11
    1
    Allen, R. William,
  • 12
    1
    Amberg, V. Harold,
  • 13
    1
    American Academy of Political and Social Science,
  • 14
    1
    American Assembly (Columbia University),
  • 15
    1
    American Association of University Professors,
  • 16
    1
    The American Banker,
  • 17
    1
    The American Banker Association,
  • 18
    1
    American Civil Liberties Union,
  • 19
    1
    American College Bureau,
  • 20
    1
    American Consular Service- Calcutta,
  • 21
    1
    American Investors Union,
  • 22
    1
    The American Journal of Economics and Sociology,
  • 23
    1
    American Statistical Association,
  • 24
    1
    American University,
  • 25
    1
    Anderson, M. Benjamin,
  • 26
    1
    Clay J. Anderson,
  • 27
    1
    Anderson, John T.,
  • 28
    1
    M. D. Anderson,
  • 29
    1
    William M. Anderson,
  • 30
    1
    Angell, James W.,
  • 31
    1
    Annalist,
  • 32
    1
    Annals,
  • 33
    1
    Armstrong, G. S.,
  • 34
    1
    Arndt, E. R.,
  • 35
    1
    Joseph Aschheim,
  • 36
    1
    Association of Reserve City Bankers,
  • 37
    1
    Association Against The Prohibition Amendment,
  • 38
    1
    Thomas B. Atkinson,
  • 39
    1
    Atlantic Monthly,
  • 40
    1
    Auble, Arthur G.,
  • 41
    1
    Ayres, Clarence,
  • 42
    1
    Ayres, Leonard P.,
  • 43
    1
    A-Miscellaneous 1920-25,
  • 44
    1
    A- Miscellaneous 1926-31,
  • 45
    1
    A- Miscellaneous 1932-54,
  • 46
    1
    Bach, G.L.,
  • 47
    1
    Badger, Sherwin C.,
  • 48
    1
    Balbach, Anatol,
  • 49
    1
    Banking and Currency Committee,
  • 50
    1
    Barber, Clarence L.,
  • 51
    1
    Barger, Harold,
  • 52
    1
    Barr, E.C.,
  • 53
    1
    Barrons,
  • 54
    1
    Bassie, Lewis V.,
  • 55
    1
    Batcheller, Hiland G.,
  • 56
    1
    Baumol, William J.,
  • 57
    1
    Becker, Arthur P.,
  • 58
    1
    Becker, Gary S.,
  • 59
    1
    Beckhart, B.H.,
  • 60
    1
    Beckwith, Burnham,
  • 61
    1
    Bell, Prof. James Washington,
  • 62
    1
    Bell, Spurgeon,
  • 63
    1
    Benner, Claude L.,
  • 64
    1
    Bennet, Wallace F.,
  • 65
    1
    Benson, Ezra,
  • 66
    1
    Bernstein, Edward M.,
  • 67
    1
    Berry, Thomas,
  • 68
    1
    Bezanson, Anne,
  • 69
    1
    Bieri, Hermann,
  • 70
    1
    Biggs, E. Earl,
  • 71
    1
    Black, John D.,
  • 72
    1
    Blackburn, Alice,
  • 73
    1
    Blakey, Roy G.,
  • 74
    1
    Blough, Roy,
  • 75
    1
    Bohn, Frank,
  • 76
    1
    Boothe, Armistead L.,
  • 77
    1
    Booz, Allen and Hamilton,
  • 78
    1
    Bopp, Karl R.,
  • 79
    1
    Bowman, R.T.,
  • 80
    1
    Bowman, Ward S. ,Jr.,
  • 81
    1
    Bradford, William C.,
  • 82
    1
    Breamen, John,
  • 83
    1
    Bratt, Elmer C.,
  • 84
    1
    Bratter, Herbert M.,
  • 85
    1
    Bready, Richard H.,
  • 86
    1
    Brill, Daniel H.,
  • 87
    1
    Bronfenbrenner, Martin,
  • 88
    1
    Brookings Institution,
  • 89
    1
    Brown, Cary E.,
  • 90
    1
    Brown, Harry Gunnison Brown, Elizabeth Read,
  • 91
    1
    Brown, Leo S., ESQ,
  • 92
    1
    Brown, Phillips H.,
  • 93
    1
    Brown University, Library,
  • 94
    1
    Brown, William A., Jr.,
  • 95
    1
    Brundage, Percival F.,
  • 96
    1
    Bryan, Malcolm,
  • 97
    1
    Buchanan, D.H.,
  • 98
    1
    Buechel, Henry T.,
  • 99
    1
    Budget, Bureau of,
  • 100
    1
    Burger, John (General Mills Inc.),
  • 101
    1
    Burgess, Randolph W.,
  • 102
    1
    Burns, Arthur E.,
  • 103
    1
    Burr, Susan S.,
  • 104
    1
    Bye, Raymond T.,
  • 105
    1
    B- Miscellaneous 1920-25,
  • 106
    1
    B- Miscellaneous 1926-31,
  • 108
    1
    B- Miscellaneous 1932-55,
  • 108
    1
    Cadle, Austin,
  • 109
    1
    Calkins, Robert D.,
  • 110
    1
    Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science,
  • 111
    1
    Capehart, Homer E.,
  • 112
    1
    Carman, Harry J.,
  • 113
    1
    Carr, Hobart C.,
  • 114
    1
    Carroll, Mollie R.,
  • 115
    1
    Carson, William J.,
  • 116
    1
    Caskey, Wayne F.,
  • 117
    1
    Catchings, Waddill,
  • 118
    1
    Cella, Francis R.,
  • 119
    1
    Central Hanover Bank and Trust Co.,
  • 120
    1
    Chalfont, Ella I.,
  • 121
    1
    Chandler, Lester,
  • 122
    1
    Chase Manhattan Bank,
  • 123
    1
    Cheadle, Harold L.,
  • 124
    1
    Chevalier, Willard,
  • 125
    1
    Clague, Ewan,
  • 126
    1
    Clark, Colin,
  • 127
    1
    Clark, Georgia N.,
  • 128
    1
    Clark, John M.,
  • 129
    1
    Clemence, Richard V.,
  • 130
    1
    Cleveland, W.C.,
  • 131
    1
    Cloos, George W.,
  • 132
    1
    Clyman, Bernard,
  • 133
    1
    Cohen, Morris,
  • 134
    1
    Cole, Arthur H.,
  • 135
    1
    Collard, C.G.,
  • 136
    1
    Collier's Na. Weekly,
  • 137
    1
    Colm, Yerhard,
  • 138
    1
    Columbia University,
  • 139
    1
    Columbia University Studies in History, Economics and Public Law,
  • 140
    1
    Commerce, U.S. Department,
  • 141
    1
    Commission on Money and Credit,
  • 142
    1
    Cone, Frederick M.,
  • 143
    1
    Constantacatos, M. E.,
  • 144
    1
    Cornelius, S.,
  • 145
    1
    Consumers Union,
  • 146
    1
    Copeland, Morris,
  • 147
    1
    Cornell University,
  • 148
    1
    Cortney, Philip,
  • 149
    1
    Court, Andrew T.,
  • 150
    1
    Cover, John H.,
  • 151
    1
    Cowherd, R. G.,
  • 152
    1
    Cowles Commission for Research in Economics,
  • 153
    1
    Cox, Reavis,
  • 154
    1
    Crawford, Hon. Frederick,
  • 155
    1
    Creamer, Daniel,
  • 156
    1
    Crews, Joseph S.,
  • 157
    1
    Crawther, Geoffrey,
  • 158
    1
    Cruikshank, George E.,
  • 159
    1
    Crum, W.L.,
  • 160
    1
    Culbertson, J.M,
  • 161
    1
    Cummings, Frederick,
  • 162
    1
    Currie, Lauchlin,
  • 163
    1
    C- Miscellaneous 1920-25,
  • 164
    1
    C- Miscellaneous 1926-31,
  • 165
    1
    C- Miscellaneous 1932-49,
  • 166
    1
    Clarence H. Danhof,
  • 167
    1
    Dauer, Ernst A.,
  • 168
    1
    Davenport, Donald H.,
  • 169
    1
    Davenport, Herbert J.,
  • 170
    1
    Davis, J.S.,
  • 171
    1
    Dean, Charles,
  • 172
    1
    Dean, Joel,
  • 173
    1
    Deeds, Allan K.,
  • 174
    1
    Delano, Preston,
  • 175
    1
    Delano, Frederic A.,
  • 176
    1
    Despres, Emile,
  • 177
    1
    Dewhurst, Frederic J.,
  • 178
    1
    Dickinson, Frank G.,
  • 179
    1
    Dillard, Dudley,
  • 180
    1
    Dince, Robert R.,
  • 181
    1
    Dischamps, J.C.,
  • 182
    1
    Doblin, Ernest M.,
  • 183
    1
    Dorfman, Joseph,
  • 184
    1
    Douglas, Paul H.,
  • 185
    1
    Dowrie, George W.,
  • 186
    1
    Draper, Ernest G. (Federal Reserve System),
  • 187
    1
    Dublin, Jack,
  • 188
    1
    Du Brul, S.M.,
  • 189
    1
    Dunkman, W.E.,
  • 190
    1
    Dunn, Edgar S.,
  • 191
    1
    Dun's Review,
  • 192
    1
    Dyason, John,
  • 193
    1
    D- Miscellaneous 1920-25,
  • 194
    1
    D- Miscellaneous 1926-31,
  • 195
    1
    D- Miscellaneous 1932-41,
  • 196
    1
    The Econometric Institute,
  • 197
    1
    Eastburn, David P.,
  • 198
    1
    The Econometric Society,
  • 199
    1
    The Economic and Business Foundation,
  • 200
    1
    Economic Journal,
  • 201
    1
    Eddy, George,
  • 202
    1
    Edwards, Corvin D.,
  • 203
    1
    Eisner, Robert,
  • 204
    1
    Elliot, D.C.,
  • 205
    1
    Ellis, Howard S.,
  • 206
    1
    Ellis, Paul W.,
  • 207
    1
    Elliston, Herbert,
  • 208
    1
    Emden, Paul H.,
  • 209
    1
    Emory University,
  • 210
    1
    Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences,
  • 211
    1
    Ensley, Grover W.,
  • 212
    1
    Epstein, Lillian,
  • 213
    1
    Estadistica,
  • 214
    1
    Evans, Mercer G.,
  • 215a
    1
    Evans, Griffith C.,
  • 215b
    1
    Evans, Joseph E. (Wall Street Journal),
  • 215c
    1
    Evans, O.L,
  • 216
    1
    Evans, R.M,
  • 217
    1
    Eveland, DeForest,
  • 218
    1
    E- Miscellaneous 1920-25,
  • 219
    1
    E- Miscellaneous 1926-31,
  • 220
    1
    E- Miscellaneous 1932-44,
  • 221
    1
    Mordecai Ezekiel,
  • 222
    1
    Farley, James A.,
  • 223
    1
    Fenderson, A.D.,
  • 224
    1
    Ferger, Wirth,
  • 225
    1
    Finney, Katherine,
  • 226
    1
    The First Boston Corporation,
  • 227
    1
    Fisher, Irving,
  • 228
    1
    Fisher, J.H.,
  • 229
    1
    Fisher, Halder W.,
  • 230
    1
    Fitch, Lyle C.,
  • 231
    1
    Fitzgerald, A.C.,
  • 232
    1
    Fitzpatrick, Paul J.,
  • 232
    1
    Flanders, Ralph E.,
  • 234
    1
    Ford Foundation,
  • 235
    1
    Ford Foundation Research Project and Others,
  • 236
    1
    Foreign Affairs,
  • 237
    1
    Foreign Press Service,
  • 238
    1
    Foreman, Clark,
  • 239
    1
    Fortune,
  • 240
    1
    Foulke, Roy A.,
  • 241
    1
    Foundation for Economic Education,
  • 242
    1
    Fraine, Harold G.,
  • 1
    2
    Friedman, Elisha M.,
  • 2
    2
    Irwin Friend,
  • 3
    2
    Friendly, Alfred,
  • 4
    2
    David Frank,
  • 5
    2
    F- Miscellaneous 1920-25,
  • 6
    2
    F- Miscellaneous 1926-31,
  • 7
    2
    F- Miscellaneous 1932-46,
  • 8
    2
    Gaier, Sidney R.,
  • 9
    2
    Gainsbrugh, M.R.,
  • 10
    2
    Galbraith, J.A.,
  • 11
    2
    Gallman, Robert,
  • 12
    2
    Galloway, George B.,
  • 13
    2
    Gasparini, Innocenzo,
  • 14
    2
    Capt. Cecial Aubrey Gasque,
  • 15
    2
    Gebhart, John C.,
  • 16
    2
    General Motors Corporation,
  • 17
    2
    Gilbert, Milton,
  • 18
    2
    Gleason, Allen H.,
  • 19
    2
    Golden, Clinton S.,
  • 20
    2
    Goldenweiser, E.A.,
  • 21
    2
    Goldsmith, Raymonf W.,
  • 22
    2
    Goodbar, Joseph E.,
  • 23
    2
    Goode, Richard,
  • 24
    2
    Goodrich, Carter,
  • 25
    2
    Gordon, William D.,
  • 26
    2
    Gordon, R. A.,
  • 27
    2
    Graham, Benjamin,
  • 28
    2
    Graham, Frank D.,
  • 29
    2
    Graue, Erwin,
  • 30
    2
    Gray, Peter H.,
  • 31
    2
    Grayson, Louis J.,
  • 32
    2
    Greensides, Neil G.,
  • 33
    2
    Greer, Guy,
  • 34
    2
    Gross, Bertram M.,
  • 35
    2
    Groves, Harold M.,
  • 36
    2
    Gulick, Luther,
  • 37
    2
    G- Miscellaneous 1920-25,
  • 38
    2
    G- Miscellaneous 1926-31,
  • 39
    2
    G- Miscellaneous 1932-43,
  • 40
    2
    Hagen, Everett E.,
  • 41
    2
    Halbert, LeRoy A.,
  • 42
    2
    Haley, Bernard F.,
  • 43
    2
    Halm, George N.,
  • 44
    2
    Halvorson, Lloyd C.,
  • 45
    2
    Hamberg, D.,
  • 46
    2
    Hamilton, Walton H.,
  • 47
    2
    Hansen, Alvin H.,
  • 48
    2
    Hardy, Charles O.,
  • 49
    2
    Harmon, Elmer M.,
  • 50
    2
    Harper's Magazine,
  • 51
    2
    Harris, Seymour E.,
  • 52
    2
    Harrod, Roy,
  • 53
    2
    Harvard Business Review,
  • 54
    2
    Harvard University Press,
  • 55
    2
    Hastings, Hudson B.,
  • 56
    2
    Hauge, Gabriel,
  • 57
    2
    Hauser, Philip M.,
  • 58
    2
    Haywood, Chas F.,
  • 59
    2
    Haves, Elizabeth,
  • 60
    2
    Hayes, Samuel P., Jr.,
  • 61
    2
    Hazelett, Richard,
  • 62
    2
    Heimann, Edward,
  • 63
    2
    Heilperin, Michael A.,
  • 64
    2
    Hellborn, Ludwig S.,
  • 65
    2
    Hendershot, Ralph,
  • 66
    2
    Hendrick, Paul,
  • 67
    2
    Henderson, Leon,
  • 68
    2
    Herring, John P.,
  • 69
    2
    Heyman, Joseph K.,
  • 70
    2
    Hickernell, Warren F.,
  • 71
    2
    Hicks, Earl,
  • 72
    2
    Hildreth, Clifford,
  • 73
    2
    Hirsch, Julius,
  • 74
    2
    Hoad, William,
  • 75
    2
    Hoag, C.G.,
  • 76
    2
    Hobby, Oreta Culp,
  • 77
    2
    Hodgman, Donald R.,
  • 78
    2
    Hoffman, Dorothy B. (Sec. to Gov. Vardaman, FRS),
  • 79
    2
    Holden, Arthur C.,
  • 80
    2
    Holland, Daniel m.,
  • 81
    2
    Henry Holt and Company,
  • 82
    2
    Homan, Paul T.,
  • 83
    2
    Hoover, Calvin B.,
  • 84
    2
    Hoover, Glenn E.,
  • 85
    2
    Hopkins, R.L.,
  • 2
    86
    Horwich, George,
  • 87
    2
    Hoselitz, Bert F.,
  • 88
    2
    Hotelling, Harold,
  • 89
    2
    Howard, Eleanor,
  • 90
    2
    Hoyt, Elizabeth E.,
  • 91
    2
    Humphreys, George M.,
  • 92
    2
    Hunt, Edward E.,
  • 93
    2
    Hutt, W.H.,
  • 94
    2
    H- Miscellaneous 1920-25,
  • 95
    2
    H- Miscellaneous 1926-31,
  • 96
    2
    H- Miscellaneous 1932-60,
  • 97
    2
    Innis, Harold L.,
  • 98
    2
    International Monetary Fund Library,
  • 99
    2
    Institute of Life Insurance,
  • 100
    2
    William Iselin and Co., Inc.,
  • 101
    2
    Ives, Irwing M.,
  • 102
    2
    I- Miscellaneous 1920-25,
  • 103
    2
    I- Miscellaneous 1926-31,
  • 104
    2
    I- Miscellaneous 1932-43,
  • 105
    2
    Jackson, Gardner,
  • 106
    2
    Jackson, J. Hugh,
  • 107
    2
    Jacobson, Per,
  • 108
    2
    Jacoby, Neil H.,
  • 109
    2
    Jeffe, William,
  • 110
    2
    James, F. Cyril,
  • 111
    2
    James, Harlean,
  • 112
    2
    Jaszi, George,
  • 113
    2
    John, Tewkes,
  • 114
    2
    Johnson, Gale D.,
  • 115
    2
    Johnson, E.C.,
  • 116
    2
    Johnson, Edgar H.,
  • 117
    2
    Johnson, Harry G.,
  • 118
    2
    Johnson, Keith W.,
  • 119
    2
    Johnston, C.R.,
  • 120
    2
    Johnston, Eric,
  • 121
    2
    Johnstone, Dean,
  • 122
    2
    Joint Committee on the Economic Report,
  • 123
    2
    Jones, Martin V.,
  • 124
    2
    Journal of Accounting,
  • 125
    2
    Journal of the American Statistical Association,
  • 126
    2
    Journal of Business of University Chicago- Duddy, Edward A.,
  • 127
    2
    Journal of Commerce,
  • 128
    2
    The Journal of Economic History,
  • 129
    2
    The Journal of Political Economy,
  • 130
    2
    Joy, Aryness,
  • 131
    2
    Judd, F.M.,
  • 132
    2
    J- Miscellaneous 1920-25,
  • 133
    2
    J- Miscellaneous 1932-34,
  • 134
    2
    Kaplan, A.D.H.,
  • 135
    2
    Kapp, K.Wm.,
  • 136
    2
    Karsten, Karl,
  • 137
    2
    Keim, Walter G.,
  • 138
    2
    Keirstead, B.S.,
  • 139
    2
    Keiser, Norman F.,
  • 140
    2
    Kellett, William P.,
  • 141
    2
    Kellogg, Lester S.,
  • 142
    2
    Kemmerer, Donald L.,
  • 143
    2
    Kemp, Arthur,
  • 144
    2
    Kennedy, John,
  • 145
    2
    Kessler, David,
  • 146
    2
    Keuffel and Esser Co.,
  • 147
    2
    Keyserling, Leon H.,
  • 148
    2
    Kilberg, Edward J.,
  • 149
    2
    Killough, Hugh B.,
  • 150
    2
    Kincaid, E.A.,
  • 151
    2
    Kindahl, James K.,
  • 152
    2
    King, G.H.,
  • 153
    2
    King, Willford I.,
  • 154
    2
    Kneeland, Hildegarde,
  • 155
    2
    Knight, Frank H.,
  • 156
    2
    Konijn, H.S.,
  • 157
    2
    Kreps, Theodore J.,
  • 158
    2
    Kuhn, James W.,
  • 159
    2
    Kutish, John L.,
  • 160
    2
    Kunin, Ida,
  • 161
    2
    Kuznets, Simon,
  • 162
    2
    K- Miscellaneous 1920-25,
  • 163
    2
    K- Miscellaneous 1926-31,
  • 164
    2
    K- Miscellaneous 1932-53,
  • 165
    2
    Lam, Midred,
  • 166
    2
    Landis, James M.,
  • 167
    2
    Lange, Oscar,
  • 168
    2
    Lanston, Aubrey G.,
  • 169
    2
    Lassins, Eldred G.,
  • 170
    2
    Leavens, Dicksen H.,
  • 171
    2
    Lederen, Emil,
  • 172
    2
    Lederer, Walther,
  • 173
    2
    Leffingwell R.C.,
  • 174
    2
    Leonard, William R.,
  • 175
    2
    Lee, Maurice W.,
  • 176
    2
    Lernar, Abba P.,
  • 177
    2
    Lerner, Eugene M.,
  • 178
    2
    Lewis, Ben,
  • 179
    2
    The Library of Congress,
  • 180
    2
    Murray, Lincoln D.,
  • 181
    2
    Lindeman, John,
  • 182
    2
    Lindolm, Richard W.,
  • 183
    2
    Linnenberg, Clen C., Jr.,
  • 184
    2
    Lintner, John,
  • 185
    2
    Livingston, J.A,
  • 186
    2
    Livingston, Morris S.,
  • 187
    2
    Lombard, Norman,
  • 188
    2
    Long, Clarence D.,
  • 189
    2
    Lorwin, Louis,
  • 190
    2
    Lovejoy, A.,

    Also includes correspondence from Jan Tinbergen.

  • 191
    2
    Lubin, Isador,
  • 192
    2
    Lucking, William A.,
  • 193
    2
    Luedicke, H.E.,
  • 194
    2
    Lutz, Friedrick A.,
  • 195
    2
    L- Miscellaneous 1920-25,
  • 196
    2
    L- Miscellaneous 1926-31,
  • 197
    2
    L- Miscellaneous 1932-54,
  • 198
    2
    Macaulay, Fred R.,
  • 199
    2
    MacDonald, R.A.,
  • 200
    2
    MacDonald, R.C.,
  • 201
    2
    Machlup, Fritz,
  • 202
    2
    Mack, Ruth P.,
  • 203
    2
    Macmillan Co.,
  • 204
    2
    Magnusson, Leifur,
  • 205
    2
    Mann, Fritz Karl,
  • 206
    2
    Marget, Arthur W.,
  • 207
    2
    Marshall, Leon C.,
  • 208
    2
    Marshak, Jacob,
  • 209
    2
    Marthin, Robert,
  • 210
    2
    Martin, Thomas P.,
  • 211
    2
    Martin, William McChesney, Jr.,
  • 212
    2
    Mason, Edward S.,
  • 213
    2
    Matherly, Walter J.,
  • 214
    2
    Matthews, C.A.,
  • 215
    2
    McEwan, Robert J.,
  • 216
    2
    McGraw-Hill Publishing Co. Inc.,
  • 217
    2
    McKean, Ronald W.,
  • 218
    2
    McKinley, George Wells,
  • 219
    2
    McKinley, Gordon,
  • 220
    2
    Mc Lachlen, Archibald,
  • 221
    2
    Mc Queen, C.A.,
  • 222
    2
    Meigs, James A.,
  • 223
    2
    Mendershausen, Horst,
  • 224
    2
    Merrill, Charles E. (Merrill Center for Economics),
  • 225
    2
    Mills, A.L., Jr.,
  • 226
    2
    Mints, Lloyd W.,
  • 227
    2
    Moffitt, C.D.,
  • 228
    2
    Molodovsky, Nicholos,
  • 229
    2
    Moody's Investors Service,
  • 230
    2
    Moore, Arthur L.,
  • 231
    2
    Morrison, Edward B. (NY Public Library),
  • 232
    2
    Morrison, George R.,
  • 233
    2
    Morton, William,
  • 234
    2
    Mosak, Jacob L.,
  • 235
    2
    Maulton, Harold,
  • 236
    2
    Motlow, Thomas,
  • 237
    2
    Moynahan, John J.,
  • 238
    2
    Moyer, Fred W.,
  • 239
    2
    Murphy, Henry C.,
  • 240
    2
    Murray, James E.,
  • 241
    2
    Musgraue, Richard A.,
  • 242
    2
    Myers, Howard,
  • 243
    2
    Myers, William I.,
  • 244
    2
    M- Miscellaneous 1920-25,
  • 245
    2
    M- Miscellaneous 1926-31,
  • 246
    2
    M- Miscellaneous 1932-41,
  • 247
    2
    Nadler, Marcus,
  • 248
    2
    Nadler, Paul,
  • 249
    2
    Nagendren, C.,
  • 250
    2
    Nathan, Robert,
  • 251
    2
    National Association of Mutual Savings Banks,
  • 252
    2
    National Industrial Conference Board,
  • 253
    2
    National Resources Committee Consumer Expenditures in the U.S., etc.,
  • 254
    2
    Nelson, James,
  • 255
    2
    Newbury, Frank D.,
  • 256
    2
    N.Y. Stock Exchange,
  • 257
    2
    N.Y. Times,
  • 258
    2
    N.Y. World Telegram,
  • 259
    2
    Nolle, William J.,
  • 260
    2
    Norcross, H.C.,
  • 261
    2
    Nortman, Bernard P.,
  • 262
    2
    Norton, Edward Lee,
  • 263
    2
    Norton, Frank E.,
  • 264
    2
    Nourse, Edwin G.,
  • 265
    2
    Novotny, Frances,
  • 266
    2
    Nutter, Warren G.,
  • 267
    2
    Nystrom, Paul H.,
  • 268
    2
    N- Various Trade Associations, Exchange 1930,
  • 269
    2
    N- Miscellaneous 1920-25,
  • 270
    2
    N- Miscellaneous 1926-31,
  • 271
    2
    N- Miscellaneous 1932-39,
  • 272
    2
    O'Brien, Frank,
  • 273
    2
    Oklahoma State University Library,
  • 274
    2
    Olds, Irving S.,
  • 275
    2
    O'Leary, Paul M.,
  • 276
    2
    Oliver, Henry,
  • 277
    2
    Olsen, Herluf,
  • 278
    2
    O'Mahoney, Joseph C.,
  • 279
    2
    Oppenheimen, Robert,
  • 280
    2
    Orchard, C.R.,
  • 281
    2
    Owen, Robert L.,
  • 282
    2
    O- Miscellaneous 1920-47,
  • 283
    2
    Pace, Norma,
  • 284
    2
    Payne, Wilson F.,
  • 285
    2
    Peaslee, Horace,
  • 286
    2
    Pennsylvania Central Airlines,
  • 287
    2
    Persons, Warren M.,
  • 288
    2
    Pigou, Arthur C.,
  • 289
    2
    Pierce, Edward J.,
  • 290
    2
    Pierson, John H.G.,
  • 291
    2
    Platzker, James,
  • 292
    2
    Political Science Quarterly,
  • 293
    2
    Pollard, Charles P.,
  • 294
    2
    Pollak Foundation,
  • 295
    2
    Polner, Walter,
  • 296
    2
    Poole, Kenyon E.,
  • 297
    2
    Pope, Loren,
  • 298
    2
    Potter, Alden A.,
  • 299
    2
    Potter, E.L.,
  • 300
    2
    Powell, O.S.,
  • 301
    2
    Power, John H.,
  • 302
    2
    Prather, Charles H.,
  • 1
    3
    Presbyterian University and Foreign Missions,
  • 2
    3
    Price, H.B.,
  • 3
    3
    Princeton University Library- Collins, D.,
  • 4
    3
    Princeton University Press,
  • 5
    3
    P- MIscellaneous 1920-25,
  • 6
    3
    P- Miscellaneous 1926-31,
  • 7
    3
    P- Miscellaneous 1932-55,
  • 8
    3
    The Quarterly Journal of Economics,
  • 9
    3
    Rand McNally and Co.,
  • 10
    3
    Ratner, Sidney,
  • 11
    3
    Raushenbush, Stephen,
  • 12
    3
    Reagan, Micheal D.,
  • 13
    3
    Redmond, W.,
  • 14
    3
    Reed, Philip D.,
  • 15
    3
    Regan, A.C.,
  • 16
    3
    Reierson, Roy L.,
  • 17
    3
    Reuss, Frederick G.,
  • 18
    3
    The Review of Economics and Statistics,
  • 19
    3
    Rice, Emmett J.,
  • 20
    3
    Rice, Morgan H.,
  • 21
    3
    Rice, Stuart A.,
  • 22
    3
    Richards, C.B.,
  • 23
    3
    Riddle, J.H.,
  • 24
    3
    Riefler, Winfield,
  • 25
    3
    Rinfret, Pierre A.,
  • 26
    3
    Ritter, Lawrence,
  • 27
    3
    Robertson, Willis A.,
  • 28
    3
    Robertson, J.L.,
  • 29
    3
    Robertson, Ross,
  • 30
    3
    Robinson, B.W.,
  • 31
    3
    The Robinson Foundation Inc.,
  • 32
    3
    Robinson, Roland,
  • 33
    3
    Rockeffeller, Nelson A.,
  • 34
    3
    Rodgers, Leo,
  • 35
    3
    Rodgers, Raymond,
  • 36
    3
    Roland Press Co.,
  • 37
    3
    Rolph, Earl R.,
  • 38
    3
    Rolph, Earl R.,
  • 39
    3
    Ronk, Sally S.,
  • 40
    3
    Roos, Charles F.,
  • 41
    3
    Rosee, Kenneth D.,
  • 42
    3
    Root, Herbert W.,
  • 43
    3
    Rosenberg, Nathan,
  • 44
    3
    Ross, Emerson,
  • 45
    3
    Ross, M.O.,
  • 46
    3
    Rothbard, Murray,
  • 47
    3
    The Royal Bank of Canada,
  • 48
    3
    R- Miscellaneous 1920-25,
  • 49
    3
    R- Miscellaneous 1926-31,
  • 50
    3
    R- Miscellaneous 1932-43,
  • 51
    3
    Sachs, William S.,
  • 52
    3
    Sakurai, Kinichiro,
  • 53
    3
    Sapir, Michael,
  • 54
    3
    Sasuly, Max,
  • 55
    3
    The Saturday Evening Post,
  • 56
    3
    Sauerhaft, Sidney J.,
  • 57
    3
    Saulnier, R.J.,
  • 58
    3
    Scattersood, Margaret,
  • 59
    3
    Schmidt, Emerson P.,
  • 60
    3
    Schnapper, M.B.,
  • 61
    3
    Schneider, Samuel,
  • 62
    3
    Schultz, Theodore W.,
  • 63
    3
    Schumpeter, J.A.,
  • 64
    3
    Schur, Leon M.,
  • 65
    3
    Scott, Lra,
  • 66
    3
    Sellier, Francois,
  • 67
    3
    Seltzer, Lawrence H.,
  • 68
    3
    Shapiro, S.,
  • 69
    3
    Sharfman, I.F.,
  • 70
    3
    Shaw, Edward S.,
  • 71
    3
    Shaw, William H.,
  • 72
    3
    Shere, Louis,
  • 73
    3
    Sharrar, Lee M.,
  • 74
    3
    Shields, Murray,
  • 75
    3
    Shoup, Carl S.,
  • 76
    3
    Siegel, Irving H.,
  • 77
    3
    Sifton, Paul,
  • 78
    3
    Simmons, Edward C.,
  • 80
    3
    Simpson, William B.,
  • 81
    3
    Singer, Hans,
  • 82
    3
    Slichter, Sumner H.,
  • 83
    3
    Smith, Dan Throop,
  • 84
    3
    Smith, Frank,
  • 85
    3
    Smith, George C., Jr.,
  • 86
    3
    Smith, Hilda,
  • 87
    3
    Smith, Jewell B. (Secretary to Mr. Smead),
  • 88
    3
    Smith, Abbot S.,
  • 89
    3
    Smith, Richard B.,
  • 90
    3
    Smith, Warren L.,
  • 91
    3
    Smithics, Arthur,
  • 92
    3
    Smithsonian Institution,
  • 93
    3
    Snavely, T.R.,
  • 94
    3
    Snyder, Carl,
  • 95
    3
    Social Research - Strauss, Leo,
  • 96
    3
    Somers, Harold M.,
  • 97
    3
    Sonne, Christian H.,
  • 98
    3
    Speagle, Richard E.,
  • 99
    3
    Spengler, Joseph J.,
  • 100
    3
    Sprinkel, Beryl,
  • 101
    3
    Sproul, Allan,
  • 102
    3
    Stapp, Peyton,
  • 103
    3
    State, U.S. Department,
  • 104
    3
    Stein, Jerome L.,
  • 105
    3
    Stein and Roe,
  • 106
    3
    Stern, Earnest H.,
  • 107
    3
    Stevens, Dell H.,
  • 108
    3
    Stevenson, Adlai,
  • 109
    3
    Stigler, George,
  • 110
    3
    Stine, O.C.,
  • 111
    3
    Stocking, George W.,
  • 112
    3
    Strachey, John,
  • 113
    3
    Strauss, William V.,
  • 114
    3
    Stricker, Adam K., Jr.,
  • 115
    3
    Surrey, Stanley,
  • 116
    3
    Sweet, Donald H.,
  • 117
    3
    Sweezy, Alan R.,
  • 118
    3
    Swanson, Ernest,
  • 119
    3
    Szymczak, M.S.,
  • 120
    3
    S- Miscellaneous 1920-25,
  • 121
    3
    S- Miscellaneous,
  • 122
    3
    S- Miscellaneous 1932-55,
  • 123
    3
    Tabatoni, Pierre,
  • 124
    3
    Taggart, Joseph H.,
  • 125
    3
    Tarnowsky, Ivan,
  • 126
    3
    Taylor, Amos E.,
  • 127
    3
    Temple, Alan H.,
  • 128
    3
    Tonenbaum, Henry,
  • 129
    3
    Terborgh, George,
  • 130
    3
    Tew, Brian,
  • 131
    3
    Thomas, Woodlief,
  • 132
    3
    Thompson, Charles D.,
  • 133
    3
    Thompson, Donald S.,
  • 134
    3
    Thomsen, F.L.,
  • 135
    3
    Thorp, Willard,
  • 136
    3
    Time Incorporated,
  • 137
    3
    Tinbergen, J.,
  • 138
    3
    Tintner, Gerhard,
  • 139
    3
    Tolley, George S.,
  • 140
    3
    Tolley, H.R.,
  • 141
    3
    Tostlebe, Alvin S.,
  • 142
    3
    Townsend, Walter,
  • 143
    3
    Treasury Department,
  • 144
    3
    Trefftzs, Kenneth L.,
  • 145
    3
    Tress, R.C.,
  • 146
    3
    Troxel, Emery C.,
  • 147
    3
    Tsiang, S.C.,
  • 148
    3
    Tucker, A.J.,
  • 149
    3
    Tucker, Rufus S.,
  • 150
    3
    20th Century Fund,
  • 151
    3
    Tyndall, Gordon D.,
  • 152
    3
    T- Miscellaneous 1920-25,
  • 153
    3
    T- Miscellaneous 1926-31,
  • 154
    3
    T- Miscellaneous 1932-47,
  • 155
    3
    Ullman, William,
  • 156
    3
    United Nations,
  • 157
    3
    U.S. Book Exchange,
  • 158
    3
    U.S. Congressmen,
  • 159
    3
    University of California,
  • 160a
    3
    University of Chicago Press,
  • 160b
    3
    University of Chicago- Round Table and Industrial Relations Center,
  • 161
    3
    U.S. Senators,
  • 162
    3
    University Microfilm,
  • 163
    3
    Upgren, Arthur,
  • 164
    3
    Upson, Brant,
  • 165
    3
    U- Miscellaneous 1926-31,
  • 166
    3
    Vandon Press,
  • 167
    3
    de Vegh, Pell,
  • 168
    3
    Vickery, William McCall,
  • 169
    3
    Villard, Henry H.,
  • 170
    3
    Viner, Jacob,
  • 171
    3
    Virginia Quarterly Review,
  • 172
    3
    Von Szeliski, Victor,
  • 173
    3
    Voohris, Jerry,
  • 174
    3
    V- Miscellaneous,
  • 175
    3
    V- Miscellaneous 1932-41,
  • 176
    3
    Wagner, Valentine F.,
  • 177
    3
    Waite, Warren C.,
  • 178
    3
    Wald, Haskell P.,
  • 179
    3
    Wall, Norman J.,
  • 180
    3
    Wallace, Henry A.,
  • 181
    3
    Waller, James M.,
  • 182
    3
    Walsh, Correa M. (Regarding),
  • 183
    3
    Wall Street Journal,
  • 184
    3
    Walsh, Henry G.,
  • 185
    3
    Wardwell, Charles A.R.,
  • 186
    3
    Warne, Colston E.,
  • 187
    3
    Washington, Virginia and Maryland Coach Company,
  • 188
    3
    Watson, Donald S.,
  • 189
    3
    Waugh, Frederick V.,
  • 190
    3
    Weiler, E.T.,
  • 191
    3
    Weinfeld, William,
  • 192
    3
    Weissman, Rudolph L.,
  • 193
    3
    Weisz, Eugen,
  • 194
    3
    Weitzman, Ellis,
  • 195
    3
    Weld, W.E.,
  • 196
    3
    Wernette, Philip,
  • 197
    3
    Westerfield, Ray B.,
  • 198
    3
    Weston, J.F.,
  • 199
    3
    Wetereau, James O.,
  • 200
    3
    Wheeler, John F.G.,
  • 201
    3
    White, H.D.,
  • 202
    3
    White, Melvin I.,
  • 203
    3
    Whittlesey, C.R.,
  • 204
    3
    Wicheman, Arthur A.,
  • 205
    3
    Wickens, Aryness Joy,
  • 206
    3
    Wilkes, M.R.,
  • 207
    3
    Williams, Faith,
  • 208
    3
    Williams, John H.,
  • 209
    3
    Willis, Brooke J.,
  • 210
    3
    Wilson, J.Y.S.,
  • 211
    3
    Wisconsion Tax Commission,
  • 212
    3
    Withers, William,
  • 213
    3
    Witherspoon, William,
  • 214
    3
    Wolcott, Jesse P.,
  • 215
    3
    Wolfe, A.B.,
  • 216
    3
    Wolozin, Harold,
  • 217
    3
    Wood, Ransey,
  • 218
    3
    Woodhoues, Chase Going,
  • 219
    3
    Woodward, Donald B.,
  • 220
    3
    Woodward, R.D.,
  • 221
    3
    Division of Statistics- Work Projects Administration,
  • 222
    3
    Wright, C. Ashley,
  • 223
    3
    W- Miscellaneous 1920-25,
  • 224
    3
    W- Miscellaneous 1926-31,
  • 225
    3
    W- Miscellaneous 1932-55,
  • 226
    3
    The Yale Review,
  • 227
    3
    Yale University Press,
  • 228
    3
    Yasui, Takama,
  • 229
    3
    Young, Charles E.,
  • 230
    3
    Young, Ralph A.,
  • 231
    3
    Youngman, Anna,
  • 232
    3
    Y- Miscellaneous,
  • 233
    3
    Zaglits, Oscar,
  • 1
    4
    Abelson, Milton,
  • 2
    4
    Academy of Political Science,
  • 3
    4
    Achenstein, Asher,
  • 4
    4
    AFL-CIO Director of Research,
  • 5
    4
    Alexis, Marcus,
  • 6
    4
    Allsbrook, Ogden O.,
  • 7
    4
    American Bankers Association,
  • 8
    4
    American Economic Association,
  • 9
    4
    American Economic Review,
  • 10
    4
    American Finance Association,
  • 11
    4
    American Men of Science,
  • 12
    4
    Anderson, Leonall C.,
  • 13
    4
    Anderson, Paul,
  • 14
    4
    Applied Financial Economics Center,
  • 15
    4
    D'Anista, Jane,
  • 16
    4
    Aschheim, Joseph,
  • 17
    4
    Ashley, Thomas Ludlow,
  • 18
    4
    Atlanta Economic Review (Georgia State College),
  • 19
    4
    Atlantic Economic Journal and Society,
  • 20
    4
    Atlee, John S.,
  • 21
    4
    Atwood, Edward C.,
  • 22
    4
    Backer Library - Harvard University,
  • 23
    4
    Housing Urban Affairs Commentary (U.S. Senate),
  • 24
    4
    Banyai, Richard A.,
  • 25
    4
    Bean, Louis H.,
  • 26
    4
    Benston, George J.,
  • 27
    4
    Bissell, Richard M.,
  • 28
    4
    Black, Robert P.,
  • 29
    4
    Blackburn, Ben B.,
  • 30
    4
    Bordes, C.,
  • 31
    4
    Brademas, John,
  • 32
    4
    Bradford, Charles H.,
  • 33
    4
    Brandt, Harry,
  • 34
    4
    Brannon, Yerald M.,
  • 35
    4
    Braunmuller, Rae Jean,
  • 36
    4
    Brickman, Myrtle,
  • 37
    4
    Bridges, Sadler,
  • 38
    4
    Brill, Daniel H.,
  • 39
    4
    Brunner, Karl,
  • 40
    4
    Bubeck, C.H.,
  • 41
    4
    Bucher, Jeffrey M.,
  • 42
    4
    Burger, Albert E.,
  • 43
    4
    Burns, Arthur F.,
  • 44
    4
    Burstein, M.L.,
  • 45
    4
    Business Week,
  • 46
    4
    Cagan, Phillip,
  • 47
    4
    Campbell, Colin D.,
  • 48
    4
    Cargill, Thomas F.,
  • 49
    4
    Carlson, Keith M.,
  • 50
    4
    Carpenter, Keith,
  • 51
    4
    Carson, Carol S.,
  • 52
    4
    Carter, Anne P.,
  • 53
    4
    Chase, Sam,
  • 54
    4
    Christ, Carl,
  • 55
    4
    Cochran, James L. (Industrialism and Warburton's India paper of 1920s),
  • 56
    4
    Cole, Don Preston,
  • 57
    4
    Coleberd, Robert E.,
  • 58
    4
    Columbia University Council for Research in Social Sciences,
  • 59
    4
    Columbia University Press,
  • 60
    4
    Commercial and Financial Chronicle,
  • 61
    4
    Conference on Research in Income and Wealth,
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    Lists of articles and to whom reprints were sent,
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    List of Miscellaneous Articles and Memoranda(See Index Page),
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    Articles by Clark Warburton 1958-63,
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    Miscellaneous Articles and Memoranda by Clark Warburton 1930-57 (1),
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    Miscellaneous Articles and Memoranda by Clark Warburton 1934-1951 (1),
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    Miscellaneous Articles and Memoranda by Clark Warburton 1934-51 (2),
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    The Social Organism,
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    Influence of Custom in Evolution of Anglo-American Economic Society,
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    Comments on the Equation of Exchange,
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    Prohibition and Economic Welfare,
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    Principles of Literary Criticism,
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    Debate- Strength Of the Navy, April 1914,
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    Commencement 1914,
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    India- Our Economic Organization,
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    India- A Plea for Liberal Education,
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    Part Five- Three Estimates,
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    Accounting Methodology- Part Two,
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    January 1922,
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    What determines the rate of foreign exchange?,
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    Articles Published in the Punjab Education Journal 1922-23,
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    October 1924,
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    February 1928- Houston Gargoyle,
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    Economic Terminology- March 1928,
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    March 1928- Houston Gargoyle,
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    April 1928- Houston Gargoyle,
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    April 10, 1928- Houston Gargoyle,
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    May 1, 1928- Houston Gargoyle,
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    May 22, 1928- Houston Gargoyle,
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    May 29, 1928- Houston gargoyle,
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    Business Fluctuations and South's Industrial Structure, November 1930,
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    Calender Reform and Economic Investigations, August 1931,
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    Reviews of Copeland's Study of Moneyflows and Correspondence,
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    Adequacy of the Statistical Foundation for Monetary Policy Formation- American Statistical Association, December 28, 1958.,
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    June 1971,
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    Warburton, Clark- How to Stop Inflation and Reduce Interest Rates , September 1974.,
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    October 1975,
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    Warburton, Clark- Federal Reserve Reform Act of 1977 (Background and Potentiality), November 1978.,
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    August 1960- Hearing before subcommittee no.3. House of representatives.Monetary control under the Federal Reserve Act.,
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    August 25, 1960- Committee on banking and currency.Hearing on HR 8427 p.301. Monetary control under the Federal reserve Act.,
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    March 9, 1964- Statement given the subcommittee on domestic finance of the Banking and Currency Committee of the House of Representatives. Federal Reserve operations and business fluctuations.,
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    March 1968, Testimony- Reply to questions regarding H.R.11.,
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    April 1975, Testimony- Suggestions for Monetary Management during 1975-76,
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    Book Reviews,
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    Recent Banking Legislation- talk before the Financial Group, Special Libraries Association, 5-24-39.,
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    Post-War Domestic Monetary Problems- Remarks at American Economic Associations, January 23, 1944 (Washington D.C.),
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    Miscellaneous brief talks- Department of Agriculture 1945.Department of Commerce 1946.Conference on Fiscal Policy, 1941.Conference on Research in Income and Wealth, 1945.,
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    Deposits- Talk at Supervisors Conference, 1947.,
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    February 27, 1953- Remarks at a meeting of the Committee on Economic Policy, Chamber of Commerce of the United States.,
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    Monetary Policy and Business Depressions in the U.S.- used at School of Business Seminar, Colombia University, 4-15-53.,
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    May 21, 1953- Remarks at the 37th Annual Meeting National Industrial Conference Board ( How effective can monetary management be?).,
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    Comments at session on "Business Cycle Analysis" - Southern Economic Association, November 13, 1953.,
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    Talk at Amherst College, October 24, 1955.,
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    Financial Intermediaries in National Income Accounting Paper at 1955 Conference on Research and Wealth (Studies Vol.22),
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    Role of Money in Performance of the Economy.Notes- Merrill Center for Economics, July 1956.,
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    Financial Intermediaries in National Income Accounting- Meeting of National Accounts Review Committee, December 1956.,
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    Pre-Keynesian Monetary Theories of Output- Talk at University of MD. Seminar, May 9, 1957.,
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    Comments in Forecasting Interest rates- The Econometrics Institution, October 11, 1957.,
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    Monetary Disturbances and Business Fluctuations in Two Centuries of American History-Lecture, October 1960.,
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    Talk at National Economists Club, November 1968.,
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    Comments on paper by Tavlas and Aschheim, "On Monetarism and Ideology"- Presented at Atlantic Economic Conference, October 1977.,
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    New responsibilities for the Federal Reserve under the Federal Reserve Reform Act of 1977- Talk at National Economists Club, April 18, 1978.,
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    A Sketch of Monetary Disequilibrium Theory (Monetarism) From Hume to Keynes- Talk at the University of Virginia, November 17, 1978.,
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    Disequilibrium in the 1970s- Remarks made at the History of Economics Society, May 1979.,
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    Correspondence 1952,
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    Correspondence 1954,
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    Correspondence 1955,
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    Norton Debits Study Correspondence 1955,
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    Correspondence 1956,
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    Correspondence 1957,
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    Correspondence 1960,
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    Correspondence 1964,
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    Correspondence 1965,
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    Partial Lists of Memoranda,
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    Memoranda 1934-35 (10),
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    Memoranda 1934-35 (2),
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    Memoranda June-December 1936 (3),
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    Memoranda 1940 (20),
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    1944 (1),
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    Memoranda 1958-61 (1),
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    Memoranda 1958-61 (2),
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    Memoranda 1962 (1),
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    Memoranda 1962 (2),
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    Memoranda 1962 (3),
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    Memoranda 1963,
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    Memoranda 1964 (1),
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    Memoranda 1964 (2),
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    Memoranda 1965,
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    Personal Banking and Business Section Civil Service (1),
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    Personal Banking and Business Section Civil Service (2),
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    Report 2/4/66 Files of the Banking and Business Section as of the end of 1965.,
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    FDIC Memos on Bank Supervisory Authority- Prepared for Press and Committee on Financial Institutions.,
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    Memos at FDIC- Purpose of deposit insurance. Purpose of insurance o accounts in savings institutions.Some considerations bearing on increased deposit insurance coverage.,
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    Memos from FDIC:insurance coverage, banks in financial difficulties.,
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    Work Reports 1935,
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    Work Reports 1936,
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    Reports of Work 1937 (WPA),
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    Reports of Work 1938,
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    Reports of Work 1939,
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    Reports of Work 1940,
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    Reports of Work 1941,
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    Reports of Work 1942-42,
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    Reports of Work 1944-45,
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    Reports of Work 1946-47,
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    Reports of Work 1948-49 (1),
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    Reports of Work 1948-49 (2),
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    Work Reports 1950-51 (1),
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    Work Reports 1950-51 (2),
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    Work Reports 1952-52 (1),
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    Work reports 1952-53 (2),
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    Work Reports 1954-55 (1),
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    Work Reports 1954-55 (2),
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    Work Reports 1956-57-58 (1),
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    Work Reports 1956-57-58 (2),
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    Work Reports 1959-60 (1),
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    Work Reports 1959-60 (2),
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    Work Reports 1961-62 (1),
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    Work Reports 1961-62 (2),
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    Work Reports 1963-64 (1),
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    Work Reports 1963-64 (2),
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    Work Reports 1965,
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    FDIC Reports to Insured Banks 1933-43,
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    FDIC Reports to Insured Banks 1944-55,
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    Report to Insured Banks 1956,
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    Allocation of the National Product - Report for Brookings,
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    Charts- Generalized patterns of utilization of family income. Ch XII.,
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    Charts- Spendable funds and their disbursement (First approximation).,
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    Disbursement of Income in the U.S.- Prepared for Institute of Economics (1),
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    Disbursement of Income in the U.S.(Rough draft)- Prepared for Institute of Economics (2),
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    Preliminary Reports Submitted in April 1935- Disbursement of Income in the U.S.,
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    Project for Studies of end Products Submitted in 1937 to Sloan Foundation.,
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    Project for search relating to end products, submitted in 1934 to Social Science Research Council, National Bureau of Economic Research , and Rockefeller Foundation.,
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    Proposed research in field of business fluctuations and flow of purchasing power.,
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    Social Service Research Council, January 1955.,
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    Studies of national output and productive capacity submitted in 1939 to: National Industrial Conference Board and National Resources Planning Board.,
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    Summaries- All governments revenues and expenditures.,
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    Memos from Brookings,
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    Use of national income and miscellaneous comments on incomes estimates.,
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    Banking, Class use- Emory University (Notes and Outlines-Money and Banking),
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    Banking(Notes and Outlines- Money and Banking),
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    Business Finance (Lecture Notes, Emory University 1929-30),
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    Economics 200 and 400 (Rice Institute 1925-26 Grades),
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    Econ 101 B ( lecture Notes, Emory University, Fall 1929),
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    Econ 101 (Lecture Notes, Emory University, 1930-31),
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    Econ 203 Value and Distribution (Lecture Notes, Emory University, 1929-30),
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    Economics and Speculation (Lecture Notes, Emory University, 1924-30),
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    Econ 101 (Emory University Lecture Notes),
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    Econ 101 Introductory (Emory University Lecture Notes),
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    Econ 214 Industries of the U.S. (Lecture Notes, Emory University 1929-30),
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    Engineering Economies Outline- Elementary Economics, Colombia University.,
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    Economics for Engineers- Special Problems, etc.,
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    Elementary Economics, Lectures 39-65- Business Cycle, Markets, International Trade, Money, Price, Credit, Public Finance.,
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    Elementary Economics, Lectures 81-89- Our Economic System (Lecture Notes, Rice Institute),
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    Elementary Economics, Lectures 66-80- Control of Industry (Lecture Notes, Rice Institute),
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    Elementary Economics-Outlines 1927-28,
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    Econ 200- Outlines and Notes for 1926-27.,
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    Elementary Economics Lecture Notes 1-17- Rice Institute.,
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    Elementary Economics Lecture Notes 18-38- Rice Institute (Value and Price, Theory of Distribution),
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    Lecture Notes and Questions (Risk and Security in Industry),
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    Miscellaneous Notes-Risk and Security in Industry (Unemployment, Social Institutions, etc.),
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    Mathematics of Finance Lecture Notes- Emory University 1929-30.,
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    Notes and Lectures (Trade Unionism),
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    Notes, Outlines, etc.,
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    Outlines- Elementary Economics,
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    Public Risks and Waste (Risks and Security in Industry),
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    Public Revenues (Notes and Outlines- Money and Banking),
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    Questions-Risk and Security in Modern Industry.,
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    Econ 410- Questions and Outlines (Risk and Security in Industry),
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    Rice Institute- Rules, Faculty, etc.,
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    University of Texas- Extension (Outline- Elementary Economics),
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    Auspitz and Lieben,
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    An Approach to the Theory of Prices,
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    Courses of Study- University of Allahabad,
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    Economics 200- Mimeograped work file copy (1),
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    Economics 200- Mimeographed work file copy (2),
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    Elementary Economics- Cornell Ewing Christian College,
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    Elementary Economics- Cornell Ewing Christian College (Review and Examination),
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    Exam Questions- Elementary Economics (1),
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    Exam Questions- Elementary Economics (2),
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    Exam Questions- Elementary Economics (3),
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    Gustav Cassel,
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    History of Economic Thought- Smith Ricardo,
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    John T. Merz,
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    John A. Hobson,
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    Seminar, Winter Quarter 1967- University of California Davis,
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    Lectures- University of California, 1966-67,
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    Lectures at University of California- Copy with correction.,
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    Lectures at University of California Davis- Monetary Economics,
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    Notes- History of Economic Theory, Social Economics.(University of Allahabad),
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    Notes- Industrial and Commercial Organization (University of Allahabad),
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    Notes- The Mathematical Theory of Prices,
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    Notes- An Approach to the Theory of Prices,
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    October 12- Notes for Lecture,
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    Prices and Credit Expansion,
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    Price Theory- Lecture Notes I.Individual and Commodity Demand Schedules,
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    Price Theory- Lecture Notes II.Cost and Demand Functions,
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    Price Theory- Lecture Notes III.Methods of Price Establishment a.Mathematical Theory,
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    Price Theory- Lecture Notes IV.Methods of Price Establishment b. Summary and Relation of Mathematical Theory to Actual Process.,
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    Price Theory- Lecture Notes V. Price Level and Equation of Exchange,
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    Geddes Diagrams,
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    Ph.D. Exam Questions,
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    Proposed Courses in Economics,
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    Pareto- Course,
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    Pareto Manuel,
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    Questions- Advanced Courses at University of Allahabad,
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    Summary of Lectures- American University,
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    The Depression of 1920-21,
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    Theory of Monetary Disequilibrium- American University, February-June 1950.,
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    Theory of Monetary Disequilibrium-American University, February-June 1950 (Lecture Notes and Assignments, March 25-May 27) (1),
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    Theory of Monetary Disequilibrium- American University, February-June 1950 (Lecture notes and Assignments, March 25-May 27) (2),
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    Theory of Prices- I.Elementary Survey, II.Mathematical Theory,
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    Theory of Monetary Disequilibrium- American University, February-June 1950 (Lecture Notes and Asignments, February 11-March 18) (1),
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    Theory of Monetary Disequilibrium- American University, February-June 1950 (Lecture Notes and Assignments, February 11-March 18) (2),
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    The Role of Money in Business Fluctuations- Introductory Lecture at American University,
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    Trade Cycles,
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    University of California- Money and Banking,
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    UC Davis, 1944-47- Lectures in Monetary Economics,
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    15
    Walras,
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    Erratic Money 1938-39, January-June (1),
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    Erratic Money 1038-39, January-June (2),
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    General Notes and Miscellaneous Materials (1),
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    General Notes and Miscellaneous Materials (2),
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    Drafts of old manuscript- Intermittent prosperity or theory of money and business fluctuations (1),
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    Drafts of old manuscript- Intermittent prosperity or theory of money and business fluctuations (2),
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    Lists of Objections, Sections of two Books, Reports, Theory, Theory of Money, and Business Fluctuations.,
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    Monetary Disequilibrium Theory in the 1st half of the 20th century with remarks about 1970s,
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    Monetary Disequilibrium Theory in the 1st half of the 19th century- Original paper on History of Political Economy, May 1979,
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    Money, prices and business fluctuations- First half of the 19th century and late 18th century,
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    Money, prices and business fluctuations- Second half of the 19th century (1),
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    Money, prices and business fluctuations- Second half of the 19th century (1),
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    Money, prices and business fluctuations- Notes and excerpts from 20th century writers (1),
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    money, prices and business fluctuations- Notes and excerpts from 20th century writers (2),
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    Miscellaneous material and business fluctuations 1947-58,
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    Notes- Wesley Clair Mitchell or book on Monetary Disequilibrium,
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    Outline, Preface and Bibliography (The Role of Money in Business Fluctuations),
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    Role of Money- Chapters 1-3,
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    Role of Money-Chapters 4-6,
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    Role of Money- Chapters 7-12,
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    Role of Money- Chapters 13-19,
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    Theory of Monetary Disequilibrium- Chapters 1-4 (Working copy) (1),
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    theory of Monetary Disequilibrium- Chapters 1-4 (Working copy) (2),
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    Theory of Monetary Disequilibrium- Chapters 5-9 (Working copy) (1),
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    Theory of Monetary Disequilibrium- Chapters 5-9 (Working copy) (2),
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    The Role of Money in Business Fluctuations- manuscript,
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    Articles included in Depression, Inflation and Monetary Policy,
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    Articles in Depression, Inflation and Monetary Theory- CW copy while in process (1),
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    Articles in Depression, Inflation and Monetary Theory- CW copy while in process (2),
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    Articles in Depression, Inflation and Monetary Theory- CW copy while in process (3),
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    Banking and Business Fluctuations- Erratic Money (First draft),
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    Business Fluctuations- Historical Reprints (Includes application of Betly A.M. Ratz),
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    Contents- Depression, Inflation and Monetary Policy- A collection of articles,
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    Chapters 1-8 - Depression, Inflation and Monetary Policy- A collection of articles (1),
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    Chapters 1-8 - Depression, Inflation and Monetary Policy- A collection of articles (2),
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    Depression, Inflation and Monetary Policy- Part two, Chapters 9-15,
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    Depression, Inflation and Monetary Policy- Part Three and Four, Chapters 16-28,
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    Depression, Inflation and Monetary Policy- Part Five, Chapters 29-35,
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    Depression, Inflation and Monetary Theory- extra contents, preface, introduction,
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    Material regarding research in relation of banking to business fluctuations,
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    Notes on this group of obsolete manuscripts,
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    "Nonmembers banks and effectiveness of monetary policy" in Monetary Management (Prentice Hall, 1963) pp.317-359 (1),
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    "Nonmember banks and the effectiveness of monetary policy"- tables and copies to be used for xeroxing (2),
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    "Nonmember banks and the effectiveness of monetary policy"- tables and copies to be used for xeroxing (3),
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    "Nonmember banks and the effectiveness of the monetary policy"- rough draft (4),
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    November 11, 1966- Cyclical Fluctuations in the Stock of Money and in Effective Demand 1919-65,
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    Pamphlets History of FDIC and Prior Proposals,
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    Outlines of project regarding banking and business fluctuations , 1790-1919,
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    Plateaus of Prosperity and Plains of Depression from Economic Essays in honor of Wesley Clair Mitchell, 1935,
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    Publishers and Journals regarding quotations and reporting of articles in Mismanaged Money- Correspondence on releases of reports,
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    Reply to questions regarding H.R.11 in Compendium on Monetary Policy Guidelines and Federal Reserve Structure,
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    Theories of Monetary Control and Authority,
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    The Great Depression- Chapter 15,
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    Assets and Liabilities of the Entire Banking and Currency System, June-December 1946-68. Factors in Growth of Deposits and Assets.,
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    Charts and quarterly data from Dan Edwards regarding GNP, money supply, and other variables.,
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    Contents and Chapter Outlines,
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    Cyclical variations in money, etc. Rate of use for final product expenditures, 1918-63 (Measured by percentage change from same quarter of preceding year).,
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    Data for member bank reserves and deposits subject to reserve, 1960-1917-1929.,
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    Data for final product expenditures by business and individuals. 1919-63,
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    Data for F.R. last Wednesday in month series (Deposit adjusted and currency outside banks- money held by business and individuals) 1946-63,
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    Data pertaining to money held by business and individuals. 1909-46,
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    Deposits adjusted and currency outside banks. 1918-64,
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    Deposits adjusted and currency outside banks- excluding and including time and savings(Mid year and end year).,
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    Deposits of State and Local Government 1919-64,
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    Estimated Gross National Product from Kendrick Productivity Trends in U.S. 1919-47,
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    Estimates of foreign deposits in IPC accounts. 1918-1964,
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    Federal Reserves Money Supply- 1964 series,
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    Final product expenditures by business and individuals. 1964-70,
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    Flow of Funds- Quarterly Table 11-23-1965,
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    Indexes of effective member banks reserves 1918-63,
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    Indexes of money held by business and individuals based on F.R. 1946-63,
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    Indexes of rate of use of money for final product expenditures by business and individuals. 1946-63,
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    Indexes of money held by business and individuals. 1918-60,
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    Indexes of Gross National Product- Current dollars and constant dollars. 1919-64,
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    Indexes of final product expenditures by business and individuals. 1919-63,
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    Indexes: Money supply, GNP, etc. 1918-61, 1918-63,
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    Lists and descriptions of tables,
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    Losses in Operations- Closed banks 1865-1940,
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    Materials for price index and money holdings of individuals.,
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    Member bank reserves and deposits subject to reserves- 1929-64 monthly data.,
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    Miscellaneous notes and materials to be filed.,
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    National income and product accounts 1967-71,
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    Price indexes, 1919-47 and components of GNP.,
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    Price Indexes,
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    Quarterly trend of values at various rates and dates.,
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    Relation of GNP to money stock 1919-64,
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    Rotating of Federal Reserves operations to business fluctuations.,
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    Seasonally adjusted quarterly indexes of money held by business and individuals in series. 1918-47,
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    Seasonally adjusted quarterly indexes of stock of money. 1918-60,
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    Seasonally adjusted quarterly indexes of stock of money in series.,
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    FR Study I " Postwar Relationships Between GNP and Alternatively Defined Money Supplies" and FR Monthly Statistics- Selected Liquid Assets held by Public.,
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    Tables From Index Members of the Equation of Exchange and Seasonally Adjusted Index of Money Held by Business and Individuals, 1918-50.,
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    Tax and government data for estimates of final expenditure by business and individuals, 1919-63 and GNP 1919-38.,
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    Text with carbons- Chapter I.,
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    Text and original tables- Chapter II.,
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    Text- Chapter III.,
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    Text- Chapter IV.,
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    Text- Chapter V.,
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    Text- Chapter VI.- Technical Framework and Methology.,
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    Text- Chapter VII.,
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    Text- Chapter VIII.,
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    Text with two carbons- Chapter IX. (Tables only),
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    Data for monthly estimates- Total deposits adjusted and currency outside banks. 1919-64,
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    Alabama- Banking history,
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    Assets and liabilities of Federal Reserve banks- unpublished items.,
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    First Bank of U.S.,
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    Second Bank of U.S.,
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    Banking Difficulties of the 1830's,
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    Bank History Study,
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    Bank records projects- Banks in operation prior to 1875.,
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    Banks in operation prior to 1860,
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    Banks established during 1780-1820,
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    Banks established during 1800-1820,
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    Bank reserves and circulation medium- National Banks 1865-1919,
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    Check list of financial instock by states 1896-1934,
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    Miscellaneous notes- Revised all bank data by Clark Warburton. 1896-1950,
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    Commercial banking and trust company offices in continental United States. 1900-1940,
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    List of contents in card file on banking history prior to 1911.,
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    Data regarding national banks 1868-1889,
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    Deposits plus circulation by states 1834-63,
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    Inflation and banking 1900-50,
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    Notes and banking data prior to 1870,
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    Louisiana,
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    Banking History,
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    Material regarding number of banks. 1812-1900,
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    Number of Banks 1854-1934,
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    Mississippi,
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    Gold ans Silver Imports and Exports Prior to 1921,
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    Monetary and Banking Developments 1836-1860,
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    Monetary Disturbances 1834-45,
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    Monetary Volume and Instability 1834-45,
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    Monetary Factors in Business Fluctuations 1790-1950,
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    Monetary Factors in Business Fluctuations 1790-1950,
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    Monetary Factors in Business Fluctuations- Summary Tables (various drafts). 1790-1950,
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    Monetary Factors in Business Fluctuations 1790-1950,
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    Money, Prices and Business Fluctuations- First half of the 19th century.,
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    N.Y.- Banking History,
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    N.C.- Banking History,
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    Number of banks, 1860-1933 and cash balances of individuals and business, 1864-1950,
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    Number of banks, call dates 1863-1917,
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    N.Y., Pa., VA. and Ohio- Combined data, specie, circulation and deposits. 1836-62,
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    Number of banks other than national. 1860-96,
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    Sources of data for relation of banking and business fluctuations 1790-1917,
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    Number of banks by years and states 1860-1900,
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    Number of banks,
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    N.Y.- Call date data 1830-66,
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    Ohio- Banking history,
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    Prior to 1865- Bank Suspensions,
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    Postal Saving System 1911-1959,
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    Penn- Banking history,
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    Pennsylvania banking statistics- Call dates 1829-1863,
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    Relation of number of banks, banking offices and deposits to population, by years 1900-36,
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    State operated controlled banks,
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    Statements of assets and liabilities of the banks of the U.S. 1792-1800,
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    Selections from manuscripts on bank suspensions- History of deposit insurance and relations of banking to business fluctuations. 9-3-1953,
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    Specie holdings- European central banks.,
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    S.C.- Banking history,
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    The 1937-38 depression,
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    U.S. Congress Documents on Banking 1836-41,
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    Virginia- Banking history,
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    Virginia- Bank Capital 1835-40,
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    19
    Work sheets on banking.,
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    Appendix Tables I. Statistical Methodology- Family Income,
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    Charts- Family Income,
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    20
    Charts- Family Income,
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    Charts- Utilization of income by unattached individuals,
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    Chart- Utilization by chief economic classes ( Family income).,
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    Charts- Surveys on family expenditures.,
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    Central Bank Operations and Business Fluctuations, 1919-1964- Chapters I-V.,
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    Central Bank Operations and Business Fluctuations- Chapters I-IV(Finished copy).,
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    Central Bank Operations and Business Fluctuations- Chapters V-IX(Finished copy).,
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    Central Bank Operations and Business Fluctuations- Tables and Charts (1),
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    Central Bank Operations and Business Fluctuations- Tables and Charts (2),
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    Central Bank Operations and Business Fluctuations- Chapters VI-IX.,
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    Chapter VII Expenditures for Food- Family Income,
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    Chapter VIII Expenditures for Home Maintenance- Family Income,
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    Chapters IX-X Other Living,
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    Chapter XI Savings- Family Income,
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    Chapter XIII Interrelationships among the major groups of family expenditures- Family Income.,
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    Cumulative Income Distribution-Family Income,
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    Data for Charts and Supporting Tables- Chapters I-VI- Family Income,
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    Footnotes and worksheets of old 1965 revised annual estimates of GNP.,
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    Mathematical Theory of Price, 1928,
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    Manuscript- Chapters I-VII- Family Income,
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    Monetary disturbances and policies for stability (1),
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    Monetary disturbances and policies for stability (2),
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    Monetary disturbances and policies for stability (3)- Copy for printer.,
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    Monetary disturbances and policies for stability (4)- Copy for printer.,
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    Monetary disturbances and policies for stability (5)- Copy for printer.,
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    Monetary disturbances and policies for stability (6)- Copy for printer.,
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    Original tables for "Central Bank Operations and Business Fluctuations",
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    Preface- Table of contents- etc.List of budget studies and family income.,
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    Price Theory, etc.-M.A. Thesis(Original),
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    Statistical Appendix- Family Income,
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    The Mathematical Theory of Price- Written 1927-28,
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    The Use of Family Income- Manuscript (1),
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    The Use of Family Income- Manuscript (2),
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    A Report on Deposit Insurance by Lauchlin Currie and Martin Frost,
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    Data for Bank Obligations Manuscript by Ethel Bastedo- Origin of the FDIC Law of 1933.,
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    Deposit Guaranty in Mississippi, South Dakota, North Dakota, and Washington,
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    Deposit Guaranty in Oklahoma and Kansas,
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    Deposit Guaranty in Texas and Nebraska,
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    Guaranty of Bank Obligations in the U.S., 1825-35(Preliminary draft, 1935).,
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    Insurance of bank obligations in six states 1829-46(Preliminary draft of report),
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    Introductory chapter, Concluding chapter, and Bibliography,
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    Kansas,
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    Miscellaneous on insurance of bank obligations.,
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    Mississippi,
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    North Dakota,
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    Nebraska,
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    Oklahoma,
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    Prohibition of Interest on Demand Deposits,
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    Portfolios of Member Banks Suspending in 1929-30,
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    Portfolios of State Banks Suspending in the Western Grain States,
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    South Dakota,
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    Texas,
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    Washington,
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    Extracts from the Correspondence of the Board of Control, State Bank of Ohio 1848-1864,
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    Available income and the national product (1),
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    Available income and the national product (2),
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    Banking and output statistics,
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    Banking and output statistics,
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    Banking and business fluctuations series and extensions of some tables in banking and output statistics (1),
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    Banks and business fluctuations series and extensions of some tables in banking and output statistics (2),
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    Basis for an Economic Change- Economic Classics,
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    Critique of the Summary of Contemporary Economics,
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    Criteria and implementation of monetary policy,
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    Correspondence regarding "measuring the lag in impact of monetary policy".,
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    Corporate control and organization,
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    Development of central banking theory and practice in the U.S.,
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    Democracy and economic evolution,
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    Democratic traditions and economic change.,
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    Democratic Institutions,
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    Economic classes in the U.S.,
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    Federal Reserve Operations and Business Fluctuations,
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    Fiscal policy and the "New Economics",
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    Functions of an Economic Sector of the Cooperative League,
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    Functions and organization of an effective people's lobby.,
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    Housing and construction,
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    Looking Toward Permanent Full Employment,
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    Monetary Policy in the U.S.- 1918-42 and 1942-47.,
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    Measuring the Lag in the Impact of Monetary Policy-First typing.,
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    Measuring the Lag in the Impact of the Monetary Policy-Notes on papers.,
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    Measuring the Lag in the Impact of Monetary Policy- Final copy.,
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    Monetary velocity and the value of output.,
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    Monetary and interest rate policies.,
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    Miscellaneous papers proposed for economic programs.,
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    Remarks of J.L. Robertson,
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    The Laffer-Ranoon model after five years.,
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    Origin, development and problems of deposit insurance.,
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    Our Functional Society,
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    Our Changing Economic System,
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    Prohibition of Interest on Demand Deposits,
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    Productive Capacity and the Feasible Standard of Living for the Masses.,
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    Proposals for Federal action regarding Business Recovery and Alleviation of Distress.,
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    Planning without dictatorship.,
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    Prohibition of Interest on Demand Deposits.,
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    Reserve requirements and the role of the Federal Reserve System.,
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    Price Policy for Agriculture,
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    Political Party Programs and Economic Classes,
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    Proposed Changes in the Basic Corporation Law,
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    Development of my studies on "Monetary Policy and Business Fluctuations",
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    Reserve requirements, FED membership and monetary control(March 1979).,
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    Taxation (1),
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    Taxation (2),
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    The Impact of Banking,
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    The Making of Price and Production Industrial Policy,
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    Theories of the relation of money to business fluctuations, 1750-1930.,
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    The monetary condition for economic equilibrium.,
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    Unemployment compensation.,
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    An emergency currency based upon warehouse receipts for a composite group of basic commodities, 1933.,
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    Stabilization of Currencies by International Agreement.,
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    A National Currency Authority,
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    A proposal to consolidate the public debt and to protect bank deposits.,
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    Accounting Methodology in Measurements of National Income.,
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    Asset liquidity and monetary policy.,
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    Bank suspensions and the banking and monetary structures.,
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    basic commodity monetary standard.,
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    Commodity monetary standard.,
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    Comments on present monetary and banking system.,
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    Can we manage the currency?,
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    Correspondence regarding monetary and banking reform.,
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    Theory of Business Fluctuations.,
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    Comments of papers at American Economic Association and Conference on Research on Income and Wealth.,
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    Causes of Business Fluctuations.,
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    Comments on the Equation of Exchange.,
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    Data- Monetary volume- Prices,
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    Dual Banking,
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    Economic Background of Bank Suspensions.,
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    Effect of credit expansion and money supply upon the national income.,
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    Effect of wartime monetary expansion on the postwar price level.,
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    Fallacy and truth in explanations of the depression.,
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    Forecast of gross income in the U.S. in April 1943.,
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    Forecasting the pressure on prices in 1943-44-45.,
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    Forecasting price inflation in 1944.,
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    Financial institutions in the District of Columbia.,
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    Government financing and the pressure on prices.,
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    Income flow and monetary instability, 1909-43.,
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    International monetary stabilization.,
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    Memos to Mr. Thompson,
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    Government financing and pressure on prices.,
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    Monetary reform proposals prior to 1935.,
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    Monetary and fiscal policies of the federal government.,
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    Miscellaneous- Suggestions on banking, money, and use of money.,
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    Memorandum- Changes in the banking system.,
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    Banking and Business Fluctuations.,
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    Mr. Hart and the Model,
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    Non-Inflationary Financing of the War.,
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    Program for financial research- National Bureau of Economic Research and Reserve City Banks Association.,
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    Functions of Banking and Monetary Institutions.,
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    Notes on Monetary Theory,
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    Preparation for Post-War Banking Difficulties.,
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    Post-War Currency Stabilization,
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    Proposed changes in Federal government obligations to avoid further inflationary financing.,
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    Prosperity and Famine in the Hauran,
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    Savings and Capital Formation 1909-33,
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    Savings and Economic Instability,
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    Suburban Development and the Business Situation,
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    The pressure of the inflationary gap upon prices.,
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    The "managed" currency and the prospects of inflation.,
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    The task of the Council of Economic Advisors.,
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    Volume and classification of payments in the U.S., 1929.,
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    Wartime Federal Government Borrowing,
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    Wartime inflation and the pressure on prices (1).,
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    Wartime inflation and the pressure on prices (2).,
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    Antitrust in Banking,
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    Absorption of Exchange Changes,
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    Central Bank Operators and Business, 1919-64.,
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    Central Bank Operators and Business- Library of Congress.,
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    Charts regarding money, monetized assets, reserves, etc. for 1918-48 period.,
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    Charts on expenditures on final products and rate of use of money for 1919-56 period.,
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    Charts and miscellaneous data regarding money, GNP, velocity for 1918-75 period.,
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    Does erratic or unlimited monetary velocity seriously obstruct the effectiveness of quantitative monetary control? 7-21-1960,
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    Federal Reserve Policy Statements and Actions,
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    Federal Reserve Policy and Business Fluctuations in 1970s.,
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    Final product expenditures- Notes.,
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    Federal Reserve Policy Statements and Actions- Objectives of Monetary Policy.,
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    Federal Reserve Policy, Statements and Actions- Policy Directions.,
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    How Modern is Modern Monetary Theory?,
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    Ideas for Democratic Party Platform,
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    Insurance and Finances,
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    Income Insurance,
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    International: Liquidity, balance of payments, and currency reforms.,
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    Juius Shiskin, Arthur Burns, and Geoffrey Moore,
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    "A Rejoinder to the Pierce Critique" by G. Feketekuty and R. D. Ranson.,
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    Materials regarding economic indicators.,
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    Materials for proposed fiscal policy study.,
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    Monetary policy making procedures.,
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    Missing Elements in the Inflation Control Program- Washington Post,
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    Monetary developments and policy for 1963-68 period.,
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    Monetary Policy and Economic Disequilibrium.,
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    Myths,
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    Miscellaneous notes on Clark Warburton's desk at the time of his death.,
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    Notes on books and articles.,
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    Notes on statements by Arthur Burns.,
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    Notes on books and articles.,
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    Notes on "Chicago Tradition" and "Adjustment of economy".,
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    Notes on books and articles- Article by Wm. Dewald "Free Reserves, Total Reserves, and Monetary Control".,
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    Say's attack on Say's Law.,
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    Notes on Government Policy, etc.,
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    Major sectors of GNP velocity for 1920-1967 period.,
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    Notes on books and articles- Classification of the Monetary Standard.,
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    Notes on writings by Irwing Fisher, etc.,
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    Notes on books and articles- !922-28 House Committee Stabilization Hearing.,
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    Notes on books and articles.,
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    Reports of the President.,
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    Notes on books and articles- Econometric models.,
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    Notes on books and articles.,
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    Notes on Walter Heller's article.,
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    Notes on books and articles.,
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    Notes on books and articles- Money, business fluctuations in the 19th century.,
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    Old memos regarding "Dreams for Statesmen".,
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    Proposed books, articles, research projects, and outlines.,
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    Proposed books, articles, and research projects- Historical projects.,
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    Proposed books, articles, and research projects- Relation of banking to business fluctuations in U.S.,
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    Proposed books, articles, and research projects- Improving government's policy.,
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    Proposed books, articles, and research projects- Fiscal policy in relation to business fluctuations.,
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    Proposed book "Inflation and Monetary Policy in War and Peace".,
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    Proposed books, articles, and research projects- Notes regarding money stock hold by business and individuals.,
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    Proposed books, articles, and research projects- Bank operations and business fluctuations.,
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    Quotation, notes, etc...,
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    Rosanne Caley- Articles and notes.,
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    Recent material from Clark Warburton's desk.,
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    Articles regarding inflationary policy of Federal Reserve and clippings from mid 1970s.,
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    Selected materials from work on money and business fluctuations.,
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    Interrelations of Resource Utilizations- Psychological Factors in Theory of Business Fluctuations, 1900-50.,
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    Some facts and thoughts about monetary policy as originally typed.,
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    The Income Insurance Twins.,
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    Unpublished manuscripts and miscellaneous.,
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    U.S. Population,
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    Velocity and rate of interest- Theory of interest.,
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    A method of regularizing employment.,
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    A league of health guilds.,
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    Articles on savings.,
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    Adoption of Metropolitan Areas to Modern Living.,
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    Antitrust Laws,
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    Basic factors in farm land values.,
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    Basic factors in stock prices.,
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    Business Fluctuations Theory of the Council of Economic Advisors.,
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    Comments,
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    Comments on a paper by Waddill Catchingo.,
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    Concepts of monetary velocity.,
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    Comments on Friedman and Schwartz.,
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    Comments on Whittlesey and Lutz.,
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    Comments on papers by Beryl W. Sprinkel.,
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    Comments on proposed Farm Credit Act.,
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    Comments on papers by Wright and Norris.,
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    1957 Conference in Research in Income and Wealth.,
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    Comments on Joseph Aschheim- Techniques of monetary control.,
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    Comments on Friedman and Scwarthz- The U.S. Money Stock 1869-1960, Chapters 1-13.,
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    Comments on Friedman and Scwartz.,
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    Comments on Richard T. Selden's "The Post-War Rise in the Velocity of Money: A Sectional Analysis".,
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    Comments on forecasting interest rates- Papers by McKnight.,
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    Comments on Phillip Cagan's "Determinants and Effects of Changes in the Money Stock, 1875-1955".,
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    Clippings and pamphlets- Perhaps suggestions.,
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    Data and notes for tax suggestions.,
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    Deposit turnover and monetary velocity (mostly FR Bank of NY material).,
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    Do consumers determine the consumption function? by Clark Warburton.,
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    Do Banks Create Deposits by Exchanging Reserves for Other Assets? and comments on paper by David Meiselman and Milton Friedman.,
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    Distribution of Wealth and Income in Relation to Economic Progress.,
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    Does erratic or Unlimited Monetary Velocity Seriously Obstruct the Effectiveness of Quantitative Monetary Control?- Draft. 7-21-1960,
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    Essentials of Prosperity in the Southeast.,
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    Excerpts from papers on prices and monetary policy and comments on government lending agencies.,
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    Essays in Contemporary and Early American Monetary Theory.,
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    Economics of Enterprise- Davenport's Course, Cornell University, 1919-20.,
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    1948 Federal Reserve Policy and proposals for change.,
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    Factors in commodity prices- correlation analysis- I.Sugar.,
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    Factors in commodity prices- Correlation analysis- II.Cotton.,
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    Factors in commodity prices- Correlation analysis- III.Miscellaneous commodities.,
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    Comments on Friedman,
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    How Potent is Fiscal Policy as a Stimulant or Retardant of the Rate of Spending?,
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    How Can the Aged be Supported?,
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    Improvement of Monetary Policy,
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    Influence of Federal Benefits on the National Economy- Outline by Dorothy Bacon.,
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    Legislation to avert inflation and depression.,
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    Gross Income- United Kingdom, 1941-41.,
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    Monetary Policy and the Trade Cycle.,
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    Making our Gold Hoard Useful,
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    Manuscript- "What is the most important problem to be faced by the United States in the next 20 years?",
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    National price and production policy.,
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    Outlines for little books on economic reforms.,
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    Proposed Changes in Reserve Requirements and in the Monetary Standard.,
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    R.A. Gordon- Financial Control of Large Scale Enterprise.,
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    Revolutions in the Objectives and Principles of Federal Reserve Policy,
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    Relief problems and administration,
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    Reorganization of Government Departments,
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    Some observations on banking services from the point of convenience and needs of the community.,
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    Theory of Property Values- material for book.,
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    The Effects of Mr. Seltzer's Bond Reserve Proposal,
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    The Unique Function of Banks and its Relation to the Bank Capital,
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    Techniques of Analysis of Business Fluctuations,
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    The Role of Emotionalized Mass Impressions in Education,
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    The Farm Board- What Could it Have Done?,
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    Miscellaneous old notes,
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    Theory book,
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    Theory of Prosperity,
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    The Compulsory State,
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    The American Way- Manuscript,
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    "The Role of Money in Balanced Economic Growth"- Summary of views for panel discussion at American Economic Association.,
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    Theory of Land Values,
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    Work of FDIC regarding Banking and Business Fluctuations.,
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    Youngman's "The Federal Reserve System in Wartime". 7-26-1944,
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    Coordination and the Building of a Federal Statistical System,
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    Comment on paper by Robert Craig West,
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    Channels of Monetary Influence,
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    Revolution in U.S. Government Statistics, 1926-76.,
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    Federal Government Statistics up to 1934.,
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    Monetary Statistics of the U.S. by Friedman and Scwartz (1).,
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    Monetary Statistics of the U.S. (2),
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    Monetary Statistics of the U.S. (3),
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    Money. Employment, and Inflation- Theory,
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    Mechanization and computers- Chapter 4,
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    Miscellaneous,
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    National income and product accounts and their uses- Chapter 3.,
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    Papers by Will E. Mason (1),
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    Papers by Will E. Mason and Clark Warburton's notes on them (2),
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    Papers by Will E. Mason (3),
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    Paper by Richard Timberlake "Repeal of Silver Monetization in the Late 19th Century" and comments.,
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    Price Thesis, Price-Wage Structure, and American Economic Review.,
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    Probability Sampling and Its Applications- Chapter 2.,
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    Bibliography Lists,
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    27
    Bibliographical material on branch banking and service changes.,
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    Bibliographical lists- Papers for CMC on regarding its report.,
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    Comments on the Equation of Exchange(Rough draft),
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    Cyclical fluctuations in stock of money and in effective demand, 1919-45 (Rough draft).,
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    Comments on input-output analysis.,
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    Comments on a paper by Koffsky and Lear, "Size Distribution of Farm Operators".,
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    Charts for articles.,
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    Copy of charts- Magnitude of cyclical up and downswings in stock of money and GNP.,
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    Charts-Interest Rates.,
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    Charts- Indexes,
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    Charts- Free Reserves,
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    Charts- Rate of use of money and stock of money.,
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    Charts- Bank reserves.,
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    Charts- payments for final products and quantity and rate of use of money by business and individuals.,
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    Charts- Estimates of money hold by business and individuals.,
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    Charts- Indexes of prices.,
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    Charts- Bank reserves and bank deposits prior to 1919.,
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    Charts- Money supply and velocity.,
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    Charts-Ratio of GNP to money supply.,
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    Charts- Market for final product and distribution of income.,
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    Endogeneity of Federal Reserve Behavior and the System's Responsibility for the Stock of Money.,
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    Forces Producing Disturbance in Value of Output, July 1961- Rough draft.,
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    Figure- Estimates of money supply, 1946-63.,
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    Quarterly interest rates, 1919-64.,
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    Improvement of Monetary Policy- Rough draft.,
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    Mosak and Salant on Wartime Inflation: Rejoinder, American Economic Review XXXV, pp.658-60, Sept. 1945.,
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    Original Charts- Central Bank Operations and Business Fluctuations in the U.S. 1919-64.,
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    Photostats of Index Data, 1900-50.,
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    Partial Figures and Data Tapes,
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    "How to stop inflation and reduce interest rates, now and permanently?"- Rough draft (1).,
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    "How to stop inflation and interest rates, now and permanently?", as revised for submission to Journal of Political Economy in 1978- Rough draft (2).,
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    "The Federal reserve Reform Act of 1977: Background and Potentiality", prepared for SEA in 1978- Rough draft (3).,
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    "How to stop inflation and reduce interest rates now and permanently?", prepared for Atlantic Economic Conference in 1974- Rough draft (4).,
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    Review of Galbraith's "Money" and Manne and Miller's "Money, Gold, and the Law"- Rough draft.,
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    Review of Goldsmith's "Financial Intermediaries"- Rough draft.,
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    Review of the "Measurement of National Wealth: Income and Wealth Series, VIII." for SEJ, p.150, Oct. 1960- Rough draft.,
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    Review of Duesenberry's "Business Cycles and Economic Growth" for SEJ, pp.478-79, Apr. 1959- Rough draft.,
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    Review of Meig's "Free Reserves and the Money Supply" for AER, pp.507-08, June 1963- Rogh draft.,
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    Suggested unused charts for Federal Reserve Committee, 1932.,
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    Tables for manuscript.,
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    Tables from research at FDIC. 10-01-1979,
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    Taxonomy and the Effects of Fiscal and Monetary Policy- Rough draft.,
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    The Trend of Savings, 1900-29- Rough draft.,
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    Variability of Lag in Effect of Monetary Policy.,
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    "Variations in Economic Growth and Banking Developments in the U.S. From 1835 to 1885", published in Journal of History.,
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    Worksheets for data used in Journal of Economic History article.,
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    Appointments and clippings.,
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    Clippings (1).,
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    Clippings (2).,
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    Cooperative Provision of Financial Services in the District of Columbia.,
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    Citizens Committee for Fair Taxation.,
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    Economic Results of Prohibition. By Clark Warburton.,
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    Group Housing Cooperative.,
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    28
    Miscellaneous- Clippings.,
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    Newspaper Clippings- Economic Results of Prohibition.,
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    28
    Reviews- Economic Results of Prohibition.,
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    Reviews of Depression, Inflation, and Monetary Policy.,
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    State Bank Supervision- Clippings.,
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    28
    Urban transportation and auto parking- A subway for Washington.,
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    U.S. Economic Growth- Clippings.,
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    Cicadas and Reincarnetics.,
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    College- Courses and grades.,
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    Emory University.,
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    319th Field Signal Battalion.,
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    India letters and descriptions.,
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    India letters, notes, etc.,
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    Obituaries.,
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    Passports and miscellaneous papers.,
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    Personal and teaching, 1927-31.,
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    Stories,
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    Date books and diaries.,
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    Biography- as prepared for Community Club.,
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    Biographical notes.,
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    Christmas always begins at midnight-a Christmas poem.,
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    Clark Warburton-photo-passport.,
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    Cosmos Club.,
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    Grant application- Office space, estimates, etc.,
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    Grant application- Rough draft.,
  • 8
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    Hearings on alleged subversive activities of Clark Warburton. 6-23-42,
  • 9
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    Letters regarding: Retirement from FDIC.,
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    List- Contents of filing cabinets, shelves, etc.,
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    Magazine subscriptions.,
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    Monetary Disequilibrium- Chapter 2 for grant application.,
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    Notes from hospital on what to do with papers.,
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    NEH grant application for Monetary Disequilibrium.,
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    National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) correspondence.,
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    Obituary.,
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    NEH information on grant application.,
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    To the Dallas Underpass.,
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    Washington Unitarian Pulpit.,
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    "Clark Warburton: Pioneer Monetarist" by Bordo and Schwartz.,
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    31
    Cargill, Thomas F."Clark Warburton and the Development of Monetarism Since the Great Depression" with notes by Clark Warburton.,
  • 31
    Date books and Calendars.,
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    32
    Correspondence regarding: annual conference.,
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    32
    Executive Committee.,
  • 3
    32
    Memorial booklet for Alfred W. Briggs.,
  • 4
    32
    Miscellaneous- SEA Executive Committee.,
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    32
    SEA Constitution and By-Laws.,
  • 32
    Date book and address book.,
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    33
    Civil Service Status.,
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    33
    Civil Service exam application- Head economist.,
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    33
    Civil Service exam application- Principal social science analyst.,
  • 4
    33
    Appointments and promotions-FDIC House BBC.,
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    33
    Eleven years of research at FDIC.,
  • 6
    33
    Statements of training and experience.,
  • 33
    Date book.,
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    34
    1975 bills regarding FRS on Financial Institutions.,
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    34
    1976 bills regarding FRS on Financial Institutions.,
  • 3
    34
    1978 bills regarding FRS on Financial Institutions.,
  • 4
    34
    1979 bills regarding Financial Institutions.,
  • 5
    34
    1979 bills for monetary control- FR membership HR7 S85.,
  • 34
    United States Court of Appeals.,
  • 1
    35
    Notes and clippings- Monetary Policy Hearings.,
  • 2
    35
    Reports of subcommittee findings- Reports of hearings.,
  • 3
    35
    Reflections on July 1975 House Monetary Hearings Statements.,
  • 4
    35
    Statements at 1st House Hearings pursuant to HCR 133.,
  • 5
    35
    Statements at House July 1975 Hearings.,
  • 35
    Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Domestic Monetary Policy of the Committee on Banking, Currency and Housing House of Representatives.,
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    36
    FED Discount Reappraisal- Hearing before Joint Economic Committee.,
  • 2
    36
    Index to House and Senate Discussion of the Deposit Insurance Provisions of the Banking Act of 1933- Statements of Senator Glass.,
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    36
    Testimony.,
  • 4
    36
    Testimony before the Joint Economic Committee. 2-25-70,
  • 36
    Fundamental Reappraisal of the Discount Mechanism/ Economic Indicators.,
  • 1
    37
    Assets and Liabilities of Operating Insured Banks-FDIC Report No.11. 6-30-39,
  • 2
    37
    Assets and Liabilities of Operating Insured Banks- FDIC Report No.12. 12-30-39,
  • 3
    37
    Assets and Liabilities of Operating Insured Banks- FDIC Report No.13. 6-29-40,
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    37
    Assets and Liabilities of Operating Insured Banks- FDIC Report No.14. 12-31-40,
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    37
    Assets and Liabilities of Operating Insured Banks- FDIC Report No.15. 6-30-41,
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    37
    Assets and Liabilities of Operating Insured Banks- FDIC Report No.16. 12-31-41,
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    37
    Assets and Liabilities of Operating Insured Banks- FDIC Report No. 17. 6-30-42,
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    37
    Assets and Liabilities of Operating Insured Banks- FDIC Report No. 18. 12-31-42,
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    37
    Assets and Liabilities of Operating Insured Banks- FDIC Report No.19. 6-30-43,
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    Assets and Liabilities of Operating Insured Banks- FDIC Report No.20. 12-31-43,
  • 37
    Assets and Liabilities of Operating Insured Banks- FDIC Reports Nos. 5-31. Call Report of Insured Banks- FDIC Nos. 1-4.,
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    Assets, Liabilities and Capital Accounts- Total Other Areas. 12-31-65,
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    38
    Assets, Liabilities and Capital Accounts- Total U.S. and Others. 12-31-65,
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    Assets, Liabilities and Capital Accounts- Total U.S. 12-31-65,
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    Assets, Liabilities and Capital Accounts. 6-30-65,
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    Asset, Liabilities and Capital Accounts- Total U.S. and Others. 6-30-65,
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    Assets, Liabilities and Capital Accounts- Total Other Areas. 12-31-64,
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    Assets, Liabilities and Capital Accounts- Total U.S. and Others. 12-31-64,
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    38
    Assets, Liabilities and Capital Accounts- Total U.S. 12-31-64,
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    38
    Assets and Liabilities and Capital Accounts- Total U.S. and Others. 6-30-64,
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    38
    Assets and Liabilities and Capital Accounts- Total U.S. 6-30-64,
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    38
    Assets, Liabilities and Capital Accounts-Total Other Areas. 12-28-63,
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    38
    Assets, Liabilities and Capital Accounts- Total U.S. and Others. 12-28-63,
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    Assets, Liabilities and Capital Accounts- Total U.S. 12-28-63,
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    Assets, Liabilities and Capital Accounts- Report of Call No.80. 6-30-67,
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    Assets, Liabilities and Capital Accounts- Report of Call No.74. 10-13-65,
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    Assets, Liabilities and Capital Accounts- Report of Call No.72. 4-26-65,
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    Assets, Liabilities and Capital Accounts- Report of Call no.49. 6-23-58,
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    Correspondence- K.A. Randall.,
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    Assets, Liabilities and Capital Accounts- Report of Call No.50. 12-31-58,
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    Assets, Liabilities and Capital Accounts- Report of Call No.51. 6-10-59,
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    Assets, Liabilities and Capital Accounts- Report of Call No.52. 12-31-59,
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    Assets, Liabilities and Capital Accounts- Report of Call No.53. 6-15-60,
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    Assets, Liabilities and Capital Accounts- Report of Call no.54. 12-31-60,
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    Assets, Liabilities and Capital Accounts- Report of Call Nos.55-56. 4-12-61, 6-30-61,
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    Assets, Liabilities and Capital Accounts- Report of Call Nos.57-58. 9-27-61, 12-30-61,
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    Assets, Liabilities and Capital Accounts- Report of Call Nos.59-60. 3-26-62, 6-30-62,
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    Assets, Liabilities and Capital Accounts- Report of Call Nos.61-62. 9-28-62, 12-28-62,
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    Assets, Liabilities and Capital Accounts-Report of Call No.66. 12-20-63,
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    38
    Assets, Liabilities and Capital Accounts- Report of Call No.68. 6-30-64,
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    FDIC- Assets and liabilities of all insured banks. 10-8-64,
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    38
    Assets, Liabilities and Capital Accounts-Report of Call No.70. 12-31-64,
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    39
    FDIC Report, Nos.32-46. 12-31-56 through 12-31-59.,
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    Assets and liabilities(commercial and mutual savings banks). 6-30-70,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities(commercial and mutual savings banks). 6-30-69,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities(commercial and mutual savings banks). 12-31-69,
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    Assets and liabilities- Total U.S. 6-29-63,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Total other areas. 6-29-63,
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    Assets and liabilities- Total U.S. and others. 6-29-63,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Total U.S. 12-28-62,
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    Assets and liabilities- Total other areas. 12-28-62,
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    Assets and liabilities- Total U.S. and others. 12-28-62,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Total U.S. 6-30-62,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Total other areas. 6-30-62,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Total U.S. and others. 6-30-62,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Total U.S. and other areas. 12-30-61,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Total other areas. 12-30-61,
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    Liabilities and capital accounts- 50 states and D.C. 12-30-61,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Total other areas. 6-30-61,
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    Assets and liabilities- Total U.S. 6-30-61,
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    40
    Liabilities and capital accounts-Total U.S. 6-30-61,
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    Assets and liabilities- Total other areas. 12-31-60,
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    Assets and liabilities- 48 states and D.C. 12-31-60,
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    Assets and liabilities- 50 states and D.C. 12-31-60,
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    Assets and liabilities- Total U.S. 12-31-60,
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    Assets and liabilities- Total U.S. 6-15-60,
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    Assets and liabilities- 50 states and D.C. 6-15-60,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- 48 states and D.C. 6-15-60,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Total other areas. 6-15-60,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Total other areas. 12-31-59,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Total U.S. 12-31-59,
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    Assets and liabilities- 50 states and D.C. 12-31-59,
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    Assets and liabilities- 48 states and D.C. 12-31-59,
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    Assets and liabilities- 48 states and D.C. 6-10-59,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- 50 states and D.C. 6-19-59,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Total U.S. 6-10-59,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Total other areas. 6-10-59,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. 12-31-58,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental other areas. 12-31-58,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. and other areas. 12-31-58,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. and other areas. 6-23-58,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental other areas. 6-23-58,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. 6-23-58,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. and other areas. 12-31-57,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. 12-31-57,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental other areas. 12-31-57,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental other areas. 6-06-57,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. 6-06-57,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. and other areas. 6-06-57,
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    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. and other areas. 12-31-56,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. 12-31-56,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental other areas. 12-31-56,
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    Assets and liabilities- Continental other areas. 6-30-56,
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    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. and other areas. 6-30-56,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. 6-30-56,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. 12-31-55,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental other areas. 12-31-55,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. and other areas. 12-31-55,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. 6-30-55,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental other areas. 6-30-55,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. and other areas. 6-30-55,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. 12-31-54,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental other areas. 12-31-54,
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    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. and other areas. 12-31-54,
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    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. 6-30-54,
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    Assets and liabilities- Continental other areas. 6-30-54,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. and other areas. 6-30-54,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. 12-31-53,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental other areas. 12-31-53,
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    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. and other areas. 12-31-53,
  • 68
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    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. 6-30-53,
  • 69
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    Assets and liabilities- Continental other areas. 6-30-53,
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    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. and other areas. 6-30-53,
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    Assets and liabilities- Possessions. 12-31-52,
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    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. and possessions. 12-31-52,
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    Assets and liabilities- Possessions. 6-30-52,
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    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. and possessions. 6-30-52,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Possessions. 12-31-51,
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    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. 12-31-51,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. and possessions. 12-31-51,
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    Assets and liabilities- Possessions. 12-30-50,
  • 79
    40
    Assets and liabilities- Possessions. 6-30-50,
  • 80
    40
    Assets and liabilities- Possessions and total. 12-31-49,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. and possessions. 12-31-49,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Possessions and total. 6-30-49,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. and possessions. 6-30-49,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. 12-31-48,
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    40
    Assets and liabilities- Possessions and total. 12-31-48,
  • 86
    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. and possessions. 12-31-48,
  • 87
    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. 6-30-48,
  • 88
    40
    Assets and liabilities- Possessions and total. 6-30-48,
  • 89
    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. and possessions. 6-30-48,
  • 90
    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. 12-31-47,
  • 91
    40
    Assets and liabilities- Continental U.S. and possessions. 12-31-47,
  • 1
    41
    Call Report- FED member banks, 1936-47.,
  • 2
    41
    FED pamphlets and publications- Monetary policy.,
  • 3
    41
    FED Call Report.,
  • 4
    41
    Reports on audit of the corporation.,
  • 42
    Improving the Monetary Aggregates, Staff Economic Studies(Board of Governors of the FED), Absorption of Exchange Changes by Leo T. Crowley, The payment of Interest on Money and The Prohibition of Interest on Demand Deposits by Richard E. Towey, and Economic Research Unit by Neil B. Murphy.,
  • 1
    42
    FED Pamphlets- Supervision Reserves Collection.,
  • 2
    42
    FED Pamphlets- Banking Structure Suspensions.,
  • 3
    42
    FED Pamphlets- Distribution of Deposits and Cash Balances.,
  • 43
    Staff Economic Studies- "Effects of Money on Interest Rates" by William E. Gibson, "A Technique for Forecasting Defense Expenditures" by Harvey Galper and Edward Gramlich, "The Regulation of Short -Term capital Movements: Western European Techniques in the 1960s" by Rodney H. Mills, Jr., and "A Disaggregated Model of the U.S. Balance of Trade" by William H. Branson.,
  • 43
    Staff Economic Studies- "The Labor Market and Potential Output of the Federal Reserve-MIT Econometric Model: A Preliminary Report" by A.J. Tella and P.A. Tinsley, "The Lags Between Investment Decisions and Their Causes" by Shirley Almon, and "A Test of the Deposit Relationship Hypothesis" by Neil B. Murphy.,
  • 43
    Staff Economic Studies- "Interest Rates and the Demand for Consumer Durable Goods" by Michael J. Hamburger, and "Measures of Industrial Production and Final Demand" by Clayton Gehman and Cornelia Motheral.,
  • 1
    43
    "Defining the Money Supply.",
  • 2
    43
    FED Papers: See list.,
  • 3
    43
    Monetary aggregates and money market conditions.,
  • 4
    43
    New England Economic Review- FED Bank of Boston.,
  • 5
    43
    Numerical specifications of financial variables and their role in monetary policy.,
  • 6
    43
    Open market operations in 1973.,
  • 7
    43
    Recent regulatory changes in reserve requirements and check collection.,
  • 8
    43
    Staff Economic Study- Channels of Monetary Policy.,
  • 9
    43
    Some Essentials of International Monetary Reform.,
  • 10
    43
    Some Problems of Central Banking.,
  • 1
    44
    Letters to college classes in Banking and Economics.,
  • 1
    45
    Financial lessons of 1974.,
  • 2
    45
    "Financial Prospects", 1975.,
  • 3
    45
    "Inflation and the Federal Reserve.",
  • 4
    45
    "International Monetary Situation.",
  • 5
    45
    "Oil and Finance- Public Policy for the Economy.",
  • 6
    45
    Statements by Arthur F. Burns- Chairman , Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve (1).,
  • 7
    45
    Statements by Arthur F. Burns- Chairman, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (2).,
  • 8
    45
    "What should we do about worldwide and domestic inflation?",
  • 1
    46
    Administrative inflation and public policy.,
  • 2
    46
    A proposed method of estimating deposits at all banks in the U.S.,
  • 3
    46
    Committee on Techniques of Statistical Analysis.,
  • 4
    46
    Definitions, Interest Rates and the Relevance of Money Substitutes.,
  • 5
    46
    General Motors-Business Barometers.,
  • 6
    46
    IMF Papers on National Income Accounts.,
  • 7
    46
    Deposit Insurance Coverage-FDIC Position.,
  • 8
    46
    Material From Committee on Financial Institutions.,
  • 9
    46
    Prohibition of Interest on Demand Deposits.,
  • 10
    46
    Report to the Temporary National Economic Committee- Money, Savings, Durable Goods, Consumer Goods by Currie, Terborgh, and Basie.,
  • 1
    47
    British Government Securities in the 20th Century.,
  • 2
    47
    How Variable is the Velocity of Money?,
  • 3
    47
    IMF-Money and Banking Manual.,
  • 4
    47
    The Sterling Crisis of 1337-1339.,
  • 5
    47
    Tobin- Monetary Theory Manuscript (1).,
  • 6
    47
    Tobin- Monetary Theory Manuscript (2).,
  • 7
    47
    Tobin- Monetary Theory Manuscript (3).,
  • 48
    Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Department of Economics Working Papers- No.16, No.18, No. 21, August, 1968 and No. 35R, No.48, August, 1969.,
  • 48
    GNP Data Improvement Project Report.,
  • 1
    48
    Comment by D.J. Daly on Monetary Policy and Consumer Expenditures: The Historical Evidence by Meiselman and Simpson.,
  • 2
    48
    Excerpt from Political Discourses by David Hume.,
  • 3
    48
    Integration and Indexation- A Seminar Sponsored by the Tax Foundation, Inc.,
  • 4
    48
    Interest Rates and Price Level Changes, 1952-1969.,
  • 5
    48
    James Mill and India's Economic Development.,
  • 6
    48
    "Money is Everything" Economics- A Tempest in a Teapot by Wilfred Lewis, Jr.,
  • 7
    48
    Shadow European Economic Policy Committee.,
  • 8
    48
    The Irreconcilable Difference Between R.G. Hawtrey and J.M. Keynes.,
  • 1
    49
    Business Income Study Group.,
  • 2
    49
    Papers From Business Income Study Group (1).,
  • 3
    49
    Papers From Business Income Study Group (2).,
  • 49
    United States of America Monetary and Economic Situation, 1951-1960.,
  • 49
    Recent Economic History of Five Towns by Dorothy C. Bacon.,
  • 49
    Report of the Study Group on the Creation of Reserve Assets. 31-5-65,
  • 50
    Morals, Computers, and the Philosophy of Man by Peter Warburton.,
  • 50
    Monetary Control and the Distribution of Money by William G. Dewald.,
  • 1
    50
    Michael, George- Dissertation, with letter to Dr. Warburton and reply.,
  • 2
    50
    Institute for Economic Analysis- Charts and Special Reports.,
  • 3
    50
    Shadow Open Market Committee- 1st, 2nd, and 3rd meetings.,
  • 4
    50
    Shadow Open Market Committee- 4th meeting.,
  • 5
    50
    Shadow Open Market Committee- 5th meeting.,
  • 6
    50
    Shadow Open Market Committee- 6th meeting.,
  • 7
    50
    Shadow Open Market Committee- 7th meeting.,
  • 8
    50
    Shadow Open Market Committee- 8th meeting.,
  • 51
    The Life of John Birch by H. W. Welch, Jr.,
  • 51
    U.S. Department of Commerce- A Social Economic Grouping of the Gainful Workers of the United States 1930.,
  • 1
    51
    Branch Banking and the Structure of Competition.,
  • 2
    51
    "Improving Monetary Aggregates"- collection of articles.,
  • 3
    51
    The Gold Situation,
  • 1
    52
    Thesis- John Pilgrim (1).,
  • 2
    52
    Thesis- John Pilgrim (2).,
  • 52
    Christensen, L. R. and Dale W. Jorgenson."U.S. Income, Saving, and Wealth, 1929-1969." Harvard Institute of Economic Research, Discussion Paper Series, December 1972.,
  • 52
    Christensen L.R. and Dale W. Jorgenson. " Measuring the Performance of the Private Sector of the U.S. Economy, 1929-1969." Harvard Institute of Economic Research, Discussion Paper Series, December 1972.,
  • 52
    Linkages Between Monetary Policy and the General Economy: A Framework for Research- Report of the Ad Hoc Committee on Monetary Research Projects.,
  • 52
    Burger, Albert E. and Leonall Anderson. "The Development of Explanatory Economic Hypotheses for Monetary Management." Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, November 8, 1968,Working Paper No.5.,
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    53
    Economic Abstracts, Nos.1 through 22, April 1952-May 1956.,
  • 1-10
    54
    Essays in International Finance, Nos. 36, 39, 41, 42, 46, 47, 51, 52, 53, and 54, March 1961- May 1966.,
  • 11-12
    54
    Special Papers in International Economics, Nos.3-4, August 1962- April 1963.,
  • 13
    54
    Reprints in International Finance, No.13, March 1970.,
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    U.S. Income and Output.,
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    Survey of Current Business, 1936, 1938, March 1938, April 1943, July 1960, July 1962, and February 1963.,
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    Income Distribution in the U.S.,
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    Survey of Current Business, 1936, 1938, March 1938, April 1943, July 1960, July 1962, and February 1963.,
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    A.B.A Economic Policy Commission, Monetary Study Nos.1-6.,
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    American Economists Council.,
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    The Banker,
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    Index- South African Journal of Economics.,
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    Index- Essays in International Finance.,
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    Treasury Department.,
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    The balance of international payments of the U.S. in 1929.,
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    Foreign investments in the United States.,
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    Long-term debts in the United States.,
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    Banking after the crises.,
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    The Exact Science of Economics.,
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    Time Deposit Growth and the Employment of Bank Funds.,
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    Monthly Review, December 1970.,
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    Yeager, Leland B. "Monetary Policy and Economic Performance.",
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    National Bureau Report, May 1973.,
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    Economic Prospects, Summer 1973.,
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    Data regarding capital goods review.,
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    Federal Reserve System: Current Policy, 1960s.,
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    Federal Reserve System- Structure, Power, and Reserve Requirements.,
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    Income Velocity.,
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    Conference on the Measurement of Economic and Social Performance. 11-4-71, 11-5-71, 11-6-71,
  • 3
    74
    Social Accounting for Transfer.,
  • 4
    74
    An Analysis of the Uniform Consumer Credit Code.,
  • 7
    74
    Measuring Social and Economic Change.,
  • 9
    74
    Basic Arithmetic of Income Redistribution.,
  • 10
    74
    Income Instability Amoung Young and Middle-Aged Men.,
  • 11
    74
    NBER,
  • 12
    74
    Monetary Change and Velocity in a Keynesian Model.,
  • 15
    74
    Banking in Prosperity.,
  • 16
    74
    Seminar on Manpower Policy and Program.,
  • 17
    74
    Bank for International Settlements.,
  • 18
    74
    Financial Resources in Century III.,
  • 1-4
    75
    Conference on Research in Income and Wealth - University of Rochester, Johns Hopkins University, University of British Columbia.,
  • 5
    75
    Appendix to the taxation of income.,
  • 6
    75
    Estimation of Capital Stock in the United States.,
  • 7
    75
    The Rise of a Managerial Economics.,
  • 8
    75
    The History of Economics Society.,
  • 9
    75
    Estimation of Capital Stock in the United States.,
  • 10
    75
    Core, Demi-Core Interaction,
  • 11
    75
    Applying the Philosophy of Science to the Philosophy of Economic Analysis.,
  • 12
    75
    Newton Versus Darwin in 19th Century Economics.,
  • 13
    75
    Smith and Hutton at Edinburg.,
  • 14
    75
    Hayek's and his students perceptions of the Keynesian revolution.,
  • 15
    75
    Two Traditions of Classical Monetary Theory: A Reconciliation.,
  • 16
    75
    Claude Menard- University of Paris.,
  • 17
    75
    Marxian and Ricardian Economics.,
  • 18
    75
    Clark Warburton and the Emergence of Monetarism.,
  • 19
    75
    The Transaction as the Integrating Concept in Understanding Twenty-Five Years of Monetary Theory.,
  • 20
    75
    Liberalist Economic Thought on the Role of Unions in Inflation.,
  • 21
    75
    American Economists and the High Cost of Living.,
  • 22
    75
    The History of Humanistic Economics.,
  • 23
    75
    Cosmopolitanism Versus the National Economy.,
  • 24
    75
    An Institutional Approach to Economic Inquiry in Catherinian Russia.,
  • 25
    75
    The (IR) Rationality of Discounting the Future.,
  • 26
    75
    Arthur Hadley's Analysis of Differential Railway Rates and the Theory of the Firm.,
  • 27
    75
    A Master Paradigm for Analyzing Historical Development of Economics.,
  • 28
    75
    Good Work and Bad: How Economic Thought Progresses.,
  • 29
    75
    The Time Preference Theory of Interest Rate Determination.,
  • 30
    75
    History of Economics Society Annual Conference.,
  • 31
    75
    Cambridge Versus Cambridge Controversies in Marx's Capital Theory.,
  • 32
    75
    Further Neglected Aspects of Leon Walras's Theoretical Writings.,
  • 33
    75
    The Pareto Principle.,
  • 34
    75
    Marshallian Economics.,
  • 35
    75
    Evolution of Profit Theory.,
  • 36
    75
    On Teaching the History of Economics.,
  • 37
    75
    An Appraisal of Current History of Economic Thought Text Books.,
  • 38
    75
    Translations: A Neglected Source.,
  • 1
    76
    The Simple Politics of Distributional Preference.,
  • 2
    76
    The Distributional Implications of National Air Pollution Damage Estimates.,
  • 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 16, 20, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26
    76
    Conference on Research in Income and Wealth- University of Pennsylvania, Bowdoin College, Michigan State University, University of Michigan, University of Virginia, NBER, New York University, University of Maryland, University of California, The Urban Institute, Harvard University, and Stanford University. 5-15-75, 5-16-75, 5-17-74, 11-21-74, 11-22-74, 11-23-74, 10-8-74,
  • 6
    76
    Conference on the Distribution of Economic Well Being.,
  • 13
    76
    Price and Wage Behavior in the U.S. Aggregate Economy.,
  • 14
    76
    The Effect of Phases I, II, III on Wages, Prices, and Profit Margins.,
  • 15
    76
    Measurement and Price Effects of Aggregate Supply Constraints.,
  • 17
    76
    Canadian Experience With Recent Inflation.,
  • 18
    76
    Price Linkage in an Interdependent World Economy.,
  • 19
    76
    Memo 6-5-73,
  • 21
    76
    An Analysis of Ghetto Housing Prices Overtime.,
  • 1
    77
    Federal Reserve Papers- SEA Conference.,
  • 2
    77
    FDIC Conference, May,1967.,
  • 3
    77
    Programs From SEA Conferences, 1962-63.,
  • 1
    78
    Handwritten lecture notes.,
  • 2-5
    78
    Lectures on Types of Economic Theory by Wesley C. Mitchell.,
  • 6
    78
    Willis- Outlines.,
  • 78
    Lectures on Money and Banking , 1939-40 by Charles O. Hardy.,
  • 2-26
    79
    Annual Reports 1957-64 - Galley Proofs.,
  • 1-120
    80
    Memoranda, March 1936- December 1947.,
  • 1
    81
    Memoranda- Index 1934-1964.,
  • 2-13
    81
    Memoranda- January 1934- February 1936.,
  • 14-166
    81
    Correspondence July 1943- December 1965.,
  • 1-25
    82
    Correspondence January 1940-January 1941.,
  • 34-42
    82
    Correspondence October 1942- June 1943.,
  • 1-17
    83
    Annual Reports, 1954-1956- Drafts, indexes, and various parts.,
  • 1, 2
    84
    Annual Report 1942- Preliminary Drafts.,
  • 3, 4, 5
    84
    Annual Report 1943- Material from other divisions, memoranda, examination analysis.,
  • 6-15
    84
    Annual Report 1944- Materials from other divisions, memoranda, organization chart, preliminary draft of policy section, preliminary drafts of parts I-V, and Earning and Dividends (Parts I-III).,
  • 16-19
    84
    Annual Report 1945- Miscellaneous, memoranda, and materials from other divisions.,
  • 20-26
    84
    Annual Report 1946- Miscellaneous, materials from other divisions, original tables, and parts I-IV.,
  • 27-31
    84
    Annual Report 1950- Original tables, parts I-IV.,
  • 1-3
    85
    Annual Report 1947- Materials from other divisions, and tables.,
  • 4-9
    85
    Annual Report 1948- Articles on inflationary gap, materials from other divisions, and auditions report.,
  • 10, 11
    85
    Annual Report 1949- Original tables.,
  • 12, 13
    85
    Annual Report 1950- Materials from other divisions.,
  • 14-20
    85
    Annual Report 1951- Original material, progress reports, copy of charts, draft and data, and work papers.,
  • 1-7
    86
    Annual Report 1952- Work papers, list of names, special materials, materials from other divisions, and original tables.,
  • 8-21
    86
    Annual Report 1953- Drafts I-V, memos and correspondence, and other work papers.,
  • 23-28
    86
    Annual Report 1954- Parts I-III (memorandum and correspondence), Earnings section, and other work papers.,
  • 1-59
    87
    Correspondence January 1934- December 39.,
  • 60
    87
    Total Deposits.,
  • 61-101
    87
    Memoranda January 1956- December 1965.,
  • 1-35
    88
    Memorandum January 1953- December 1955.,
  • 1
    89
    Payments to creditors by national banks placed in receivership during 1921-30 excluding banks paying 100% or more on claims, or restored to solvency. Prepared by Mark D'Elia and Clark Warburton, October 1940- January 1941.,
  • 2
    89
    299 national banks suspended during 1921-33 and reopened, succeeded or taken over.,
  • 3
    89
    698 national banks suspended during 1921-33 and reopened, succeeded, or taken over.,
  • 4
    89
    760 state banks suspended during 1921-33, and reopened or taken over.,
  • 5a
    89
    2,713 national banks suspended during 1921-33 and reopened by related states according to available sample for state banks.,
  • 5b
    89
    3,364 state banks suspended during 1921-33 and reopened, succeeded, or taken over.,
  • 6
    89
    2,584 state banks suspended during 1921-33 and permanently closed for which liquidation data never available.,
  • 7
    89
    1,716 national banks suspended during 1921-33 and permanently closed.,
  • 8
    89
    8,730 state banks suspended during 1921-33 and permanently closed.,
  • 9-12
    89
    Payments to creditors of national banks placed in receivership during 1931-39. Prepared by Mark D'Elia and Clark Warburton.,
  • 13
    89
    Relation to suspended to active national banks, 1921-33.,
  • 14
    89
    Memoranda, September 1946.,
  • 15-68
    89
    Memoranda, January 1948- December 1952.,
  • 1, 2
    90
    Joint Committee on the Economic Report- Questionnaire and FDIC Answers.,
  • 3
    90
    Some Considerations Bearing on Increased Deposit Insurance Coverage.,
  • 5
    90
    The Purpose of Insurance of Accounts in Savings Institutions.,
  • 6
    90
    The Deposit Insurance Legislation of 1933.,
  • 7
    90
    Actuarial Data Relevant to Deposit Insurance.,
  • 8
    90
    Correspondence- An increase in interest rates , December 1956.,
  • 9a, 9b
    90
    Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation- Miscellaneous, materials.,
  • 10
    90
    FDIC, pay off cases- Accounts and depositors.,
  • 11
    90
    Insurance Coverage- Suggested increase. 9-22-62,
  • 12
    90
    Memoranda.,
  • 13
    90
    Liquidation Division.,
  • 14
    90
    Questionnaire- Monetary and Banking Policy.,
  • 15
    90
    Deposit Insurance Fund.,
  • 16
    90
    Adequacy of FDIC Fund- Correspondence.,
  • 17
    90
    Selected income and expense data, insured commercial banks, 1947-54.,
  • 18
    90
    Accounts in excess of $100,000, 1936-41.,
  • 19
    90
    Deposit insurance.,
  • 20
    90
    The Insurance of Bank Deposits by Irvin Bussing, 1938.,
  • 21
    90
    Report on the Federal Reserve Board by George L. Bach, 1948.,
  • 22
    90
    Regulation of the Maximum Interest Rate Payable on Deposits.,
  • 23
    90
    Prohibition of Interest on Demand Deposits.,
  • 1
    92
    Absorptions- ABS 0000 T.,
  • 2
    92
    Department of Agriculture- AGR 0000 T.,
  • 3
    92
    All Bank Statistical Data - ALL 0000 T.,
  • 4
    92
    American Banker.,
  • 5-7
    92
    American Bankers Association, 1936-60 - AME 0100 T.,
  • 8
    92
    American Bankers Association State Taxation Study- AME 01010 T.,
  • 9
    92
    American Economic Association- AME 0200 T.,
  • 11
    92
    American Industrial Bankers Association- AME 04000 T.,
  • 12
    92
    American Institute of Banking- AME 05000 T.,
  • 13
    92
    American Statistical Association- AME 06000 T.,
  • 14
    92
    Emergency Preparedness.,
  • 15
    92
    Files Management - AM 10-3.,
  • 16
    92
    Annual Report- PRI 6-1.,
  • 17
    92
    Buildings and grounds.,
  • 18
    92
    Application for admission to deposit insurance- APP 00000 T.,
  • 19-21
    92
    Assessments, 1934-46 - ASS 00000 T.,
  • 22
    92
    Reduction in assessment rate.,
  • 1, 2
    93
    Assessments, 1947-59- ASS 00000 T.,
  • 3, 4
    93
    Audit of FDIC- AUD 00000 T.,
  • 5-8
    93
    Automatic Data Processing- FDIC Committee to Study ADP and Interagency Committee, 1957-62- AUT 00000 T.,
  • 1
    94
    Miscellaneous,
  • 2-4
    94
    Capital- Illinois Bankers Association, NBER study, ratios of capital accounts to assets, etc.,
  • 5
    94
    Central files index.,
  • 6
    94
    Department of Commerce.,
  • 7
    94
    Commerce, Bureau of Census,
  • 8
    94
    Commission on Money and Credit.,
  • 9, 10, 11, 15
    94
    Committee- Library, 1942-64, National Agricultural Credit, and Administration.,
  • 12
    94
    Depository Libraries.,
  • 13
    94
    Conference- not included in central files index.,
  • 14
    94
    PRI 4-3-2 Congress.,
  • 16
    94
    Competition in Banking.,
  • 17
    94
    Comptroller of the Currency.,
  • 18
    94
    Consumer Instalment Financing- Study by Ernst A. Dauer.,
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