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Uncurrent Events: The Pujo Committee

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A two-year congressional investigation of the banking industry after the Panic of 1907 led to major financial reforms. Learn more about the major players and their professional connections, including the infamous “interlocking directorates” Read more

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Happy Birthday, FRASER!

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FRASER marks its 15th anniversary this month. Learn about the evolution of its goals and collections, and its place in the decades-long legacy of information sharing at the St. Louis Fed. Read more

Category: Librarian Life

Staff Picks: Academic Works in Meltzer’s Primary Sources

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FRASER’s collection of Allan Meltzer’s primary sources for A History of the Federal Reserve features highly respected works from academic economics. Read more

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Uncurrent Events: The Woman-Power Behind the “Woman in Industry Service”

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Before there was a Women’s Bureau, there was the WWI-era Woman in Industry Service. Read about the accomplishments of this Department of Labor division and its director, Mary Van Kleeck. Read more

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Staff Picks: The Freedman’s Savings and Trust Company

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Learn about the short-lived first major bank for African Americans and its records that provide a unique record of their lives just after the Civil War. Read more

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Librarian Life: 2018 FRASER Year in Review

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From 1820s bank balance sheets to last month’s Federal Reserve data, learn about what was new and notable on FRASER in 2018. Read more

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FRASER Features: Teaching and Learning

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Through partnership with the St. Louis Fed’s “Econ Ed” (Economic Education) team, FRASER now offers an easy-to-navigate menu of resources for anyone who wants to learn more about economics, history, or finance—and the teachers, professors, and librarians who help them … Read more

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Librarian Life: The FRASER Reference Desk

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Looking for help finding the right research document on FRASER? Check out our list of helpful resources, and learn how to ask a librarian for personalized help. Read more

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Dismal Facts: Federal Reserve Notes

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Those $20 bills in your wallet are Federal Reserve notes. But what is a Federal Reserve note, and what’s its story? Read more

Category: Dismal Facts

Staff Picks: FDIC Collections

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FRASER’s unique collections aren’t limited to Federal Reserve materials. Learn more about our collection of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation materials and how FDIC and Fed histories intertwine. Read more

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