In 1914, Dallas was ready to take its place as a major city in the United States, and city leaders believed that a Federal Reserve Bank would be important to the city’s future. George Dealey from the Dallas Morning News and J. Howard Ardrey, a Dallas banker, made the argument for Dallas as a Federal Reserve city. Learn about the case they made for a Bank. Explore highlights of the 100 years of history of the Dallas Federal Reserve Bank.
Speaker: Princeton Williams