A Foregone Conclusion:
The Founding of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
This is an electronic version of a book written by James Neal Primm to discuss people and events that led to the creation of the Federal Reserve System, mainly the St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank.
Hugh Ferris' charcoal drawing of the entrance to the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
What determined district boundaries and Fed headquarters cities in 1914?
Read Locating Federal Reserve Districts and Headquarters Cities appearing in the September 2001 issue of The Region written by David Hammes, Professor of Economics University of Hawaii-Hilo.