1 AL2BICH PPQPOSAL: NATIONAL B2SERVE ASSOCIATION OF THE UNITED STATES with note issue functions of central bsnk
2 ALDRICH, Nelson V* Author File Banking Reform in the United States, PROCEEDINGS of the Academy of Political Science, Vol. IV, No, 1, October, 1913.
3 ALDRICH, Nelson W. "Banking Reform in the United States," PROCEEDINGS OF THE ACADEMY OF POLITICAL SCIENCE, Vol. IV, No. 1, October, 1915.
4 ALDRICH, Nelson V. Conference upon the Suggested Plan for Monetary and Banking Legislation Submitted to the National Monetary Commission by the Honorable Nelson. Aldrich, PROCEEDINGS. n.p., Atlantic City Conference on the Aldrich Plan
5 ALDEICH, kelson W* Author File Suggested Plan for Monetary Legislation, submitted to the National Monetary Commission, Washington: GPO, pp. National Monetary Commission, Senate Document No* 784-6lSt Congress, 3d Session*
6 ALDRICH, Nelson V. Suggested plan for monetary legislation, submitted to the National Monetary Commission. National Monetary Commission, Senate Document No Congress, 3 Session. Washington: 1910* Pp. 20.
7 ALSRICH, Nelson v. The Aldrieh Plan for Banking Legislation, Submitted to the National Monetary Commission by the Hon. Nelson * Aldrich, vith complete index* Boston: The Elfot National Bank, 1911 Harvard Business School Aldrich Room KBAA A 365
8 ALUM, ii. H. Aldrich plan and concentration of money in Now York, MOODY* MAGAZINE, July, 1912 The Aldrich plan as a political issue, MOODY 1 S MAGAZINE, August, 1912*
9 ALLEN, W. H. The False Basis of the Aldrich Plan, MOODY 1 S MAGAZINE, May, Pp. 5 The Aldrich Plan as a Political Issue, ifcid., August, 1912, PP- 5. The Aldrich Plan and the Concentration of Monet at New York, ibid., July, Pp. 6. May: Denies that the need of extra currency for handling the crops is an important Gause of US banking troubles - July. Attacks E. W. Kemmerer 1 s "Seasonal Variations in the Demand for Money and Capital in the U.S. 11 In particular, cdntends that the highest money rates have seldom come during the crop moving months. Urges that the N.Y. all loan market is not a true guide and denies that Western demands for N.Y. funds have been a cauae of panic. August: Denies that there is a great demand upon N.Y. to furnish money for moving the crops or that this demand is a cause of panics.
10 ALLEN, W. H. Author File Will Wall Street Control the Central Bank? MOODY'S MAGAZINE, March, Banking Reform controversies
11 ALLEN, M, H. Villi, iiall Street control the central bank? MOODY'S MAGAZINE, March, 191*.
12 ALLEN, V. H. Lie in the Aldrich bill, MOODY'S MAGAZINE, April, Banking Reform Aldrich bill
13 tjxm, v. H. Lie in the Aldrich bill, MOODY*S MAGAZINE, April, 1911.
14 ANDREW, A. Piatt "The Essential and the Unessential in Currency Legislation. n An address delivered before the Senior Glass of the Sheffield Scientific School, Tale University* New Haven, Oonn.t Yale University Press, 1915.
15 ANDREW, A. Piatt The Relation of the National Reserve Association to the Treasury, JOURNAL OF POLITICAL ECONOKT, January, Pp. 11. Advantages in taking the U.S. Government out of the banking business, especially in saving of expense to the Treasury.
16 ANDREW, A* Piatt Author File The relation of the National Reserve Association to the Treasury, JOURNAL OF POLITICAL ECONOMY, January, pp. Banking reform controversies
17 hnjrchj A. Pt*tt I The r<u4n>c% of ike N&4(uy?al neseirt/c OF- p4>ur/cjc- ct>/oofi?y V*L *& At*./ ^^K^if &/*, pp. /-//
18 BANKERS MAGAZINE. Anonymous (Unsigned) The Fovler and Aldrich bills; concerning the reform of the currency and banking system, BANKERS MAGAZINE, August, 1903*
19 BARRETT, G* E. Possible effect of the Aldrich plan on business and the bond market, MOODY 1 S MAGAZINE, December, 1911
20 BARRETT, 0. B. Possible Effect of the Aldrich Plan on Business and the Bond Market, MOODY'S MAGAZine, December, 1911 Pp. 5 The transitional effects of adopting the Aldrich plan will be increased banking power and credit currency i hencd, increased prices and interest rates and consequent decline in market value of bonds. The final effect will be good.
21 BENDIX, Ludvig Author File THE ALDRICH PLAN IN THE LIGHT OF MODERN BANKING. New York: Mnson T Henry.Press, Pp. xiv
22 BENDIX, Ludwig THE ALDRICH PLAN IN THE LIGHT OF MODERN BANKING, New York: Mason, 1912.
23 BENEIX, T.vdwig THE AI.DFICH PLAN IN THE LIGHT OF MODERN BANKING. New York; The. Mason-Henry Press, Pp. ******* ** * In Beference library
24 BENFIELD, J. The Aldrich plan why no interest on deposits? BANKERS MAGAZINE, Mareh, 1912
25 The Wldnth Current r<? ortr> Sif$fe#*-> Q*\CLI K^zed 9 Koto 1h<s. proposed S*pfe»»* A>e«o Y*rK! four**'* AJafiomU?***<
26 BOILS, * J* The Aldrich currency reform system analyzed, how the proposed system would -work in practice New York: Pp. 24.
27 BOLLES, A. S. The Aldrich Report, NORTH AMERICAN, March, Pp. 9. Criticizes the Aldrich plan for failure to stop flow of reserves to New York, for unfair treatment of the Govt, and for other defects.
28 BOLLES, A. S. Mr. Aldrich's report, NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW, March, 1912.
29 BRANDT, T. R. The Fowler Banking and Currency Bill, BANKERS MAGAZINE, June, PP. 3- Condemns Aldrich banking plan and outlines briefly and recommends Congressman Fowler's bill ofmarch, 1910,
30 BUSH, I. T. Banking reform for Business Men, MOODY'S MAGAZINE, Nov., PP- Argument in support of the principle of the Aldrich plan
31 California Bankers Association Proceedings of the 17th Annual OonverJiicn of the California Bankers Association, June 15-17> Three addresses on the Aldrich Plan: Stoddard Jessi, pp j John Perrin, pp J. L. McLaughlin, pp
32 CARTER, S. F. Believes the Aldrich plan worthy of trial, BANKERS MAGAZINE, March, 1913.
33 CONANT, C. A. The Aldrlch banking plan, NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW, April, 1911.
34 CONTINENTAL AND COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BAM OF CHICAGO The Alcrich Currency Plan Interpreted: some changes that vould be brought about under the methods proposed by the Chairman of the National Monetary Commission. creation of a discount market and the substitution of commercial banking for stock exchange banking. vhat the adoption of such a system would mean for the business interests of the United States Chicago: Continental and Commercial National Bank of Chicago, 1911 Morgan Library-Harvard Business School
35 Ct>OKc Tbo«v>fr» fauntiaf G>opet*h*n iyid Ike flurtch Vol. T /Vo.a June I^IH Pp. ZH/-#i*0
36 COOKE, T. Financial co-operation and the Aldrich plan, AMERICAN ECONOMIC REVIEW, Vol. Jane, 19U#
37 COENWELL, V. C. The National Reserve Association secure from ambitions financial or polical control; illustrations by the author* Chicago: pp. 22
38 CORNWELL, W. 0. The reserve association, controlled by the banks of the country, MOODY'S MAGAZINE, May, 1911.
39 COVPERTHtfAIT J* H* Separate reserve associations preventive of financial panics and suitable to American conditions* Hev Tork: U pp* Revised ed. of above under title: A protest against the fity year experiment in mixing policies with finance, proposed by Aldrich monetary commission, separate reserve associations, nonpolitical, preventive of financial panics, suitable to all American conditions* Hew York: 1912* AS pp. Digitized for FRASER
40 CRANE, A. A* The proposed national reserve association: what leading bankers think of it, BANKERS MAGAZINE, November, 1911
41 CROMWELL, W. C. How the money power is kept oat of the reserve association plan, MOODY f S MAGAZINE, November, 19U«
42 CROZIER, A«0, The United States money versus corporation currency; Aldrich plan«all Street confessions! Great bank combine* Cincinnati: pp.
43 ELLIOTT, Z.M. The proposed national reserve association* what bankers think of it, BANKERS MAGAZINE, November, 1911.
44 PARRELL, J. P. Reserve association plan, with modifications, BANKERS MAGAZINE, March, 191?.
45 FORGAJJ, J. B. Possibilities of Senator AlarieVs suggestions for monetary legielation, JOUFNAL OF THE AMEFICAN BANKERS ASSOCIATION, May, 1911.
47 POHSAN, James B. The proposed national reserve association: what leading bankers think of it, BANKERS MAGAZINE, November, 1911
48 pp. 33~^C>.
49 FRAME, A. J. A Review of the Proposed National Reserve Bank, JOURNAL OF POLITICAL ECONOMY, January, Pp. 8. Criticism of the Aldrich plan, especially the loaning functions of the local associations, bank acceptances, the work of the branches, the failure to restrict reserve to gold, etc.
50 FRAME, A. J. The proposed national reserve association: what leading bankers think of it, BANKERS MAGAZINE, November, 1911
51 GILBERTj Alexander Differentiating our banking, currency and credit problems national reserve plan approved* BANKERS MAGAZINE, March, 1913*
52 HAMBY, V. R. A specific programme for banking and currency reform, BANKERS MAGAZINE, March, 1913.
53 HAWKS, i. R. The debt system alias the banking system and its culmination in the central bank alias Central Reserve Association. Chicago: Pp. 52.
54 HEPBURN, A. Barton Address on currency coiamission plan, MOODY'S MAGAZINE, October, 1907.
55 HERRIOK, M. T. The proposed national reserve association* what leading bankers think of it, BANKERS MAGAZINE, November, 1911
56 HITCHCOCK, G. M. "Local Reserve Associations, 11 AMERICAN BANKERS ASSOCIATION, April, Pp. * JOURNAL OF THE Criticism of Aldrich plan: defense of present US banking systemj attacks centralizing tendenciesof the Aldrich plan. Proposes a plan for independent local reserve associations, with note issue by the US Treasury
57 Hou SCAT i>. Digitized for FRASER
58 HULBERT, E. D. Some Points in Opposition to the Aldrich Plan, JOURNAL OF POLITICAL ECONOMY, January, Pp. 8. Aldrich plan will make possible unsound inflation and expansion of bank credit. Urges that its power be restricted to furnishing extra currency only in times of emergency.
59 HULBERT, E«D«Some points in opposition to the Aldrich plan, JOURNAL OF POLITICAL ECONOMT, January, 1912.
60 JACOBSTEIN, M. The Aldrich banking plan: vith special reference to North Dakota. QUARTERLI JOURNAL [UniTersity of North Dakota2, Januaiy, 1913
61 JONES, B. The Aldrich plan objections to federal supervision of trust companies, TRUST COMPANIES, March, 1911.
62 KEMMERER, E, V. Some public aspects of the Aldrich plan of banking reform, JOURNAL OF POLITICAL ECONOMY, December, 1911.
63 KEMMERER, Edwin Walter Author File "Some Public Aspects of the Aldrich Plan of Banking Reform.'* JOURNAL OF POLITICAL ECONOMY, Vol. XIX, No. 10, December, pp
64 KEMMERKR, B. W. Some Public Aspects of the Aldrieh Plan of Banking Reform, JOURNAL OF POLITICAL ECONOMY, Vol. 19, No. 10, December, pp Pp. 12 An argument for the Aldrieh plan based on its public service in displacing the Independent Treastury, controlling the rate of discount, influencing the foreign exchanges, providing an elastic currency, and supervising the nation s banking system. Criticizes the plan for giving virtually complete control of the Reserve Assn. to the bankers.
65 KEMMERER, Edwin Walter Some Public Aspects of the Aldricb Plan of Banking Reform, THE JOURNAL OF POLITTCAL ECONOMT, Vol. HI, No. 10, December, 1911*
66 Ihe tlldrtch lcn>\ of Daitftrj^ Kehrrft July /<*<«Upp.
67 \Ue >p <e ncseror /*n & Digitized for FRASER
68 KINLBT, David The Specie Reserve in a Banking System, JOURNAL OP POLITICAL ECONOMI, January, Pp. 15. Principles that should govern the management of the specie reserve of the U.S. banking system. Favors the Aldrich plan.
69 LATJGHLIN, J. L. The Aldrlch bill, JOURNAL OF POLITICAL ECONOMI, February, 1908.
70 LTFORD, P. K. A Country Banker's Views on the National Reserve Association, MOODY'S MAGAZine, April, Pp. 6. See comment: "Answer to F. S. Lyford 1 s article in April 1912 issue which criticized the proposed Reserve Assn. from the point of view of the country banker: McDOlBALL, E. C: * Reserve Association and Country Banks," MOODY'S MAGAZine, May Pp- 5. Lyford: fears domination of country banks by city banks
72 McDOUJALL, S. 0. Reserve Association and Country Banks, MOODY'S MAGAZINE, May, Pp. 5.
73 MORGAN, A. T. Petition favoring legifation to reform the currency system* Washington: pp.
74 NOYBS, Alexander D. "The Aldrioh Banking and Currency Reform Bill," BANKERS' MAGAZINE (London), July, Pp. 7- A criticism
75 NOTES, Alexander D. The Aldrich banking and currency reform bill, BANKERS MAGAZINE, July, 1912.
76 REYNOLDS, A. The proposed national reserve association: what leading bankers think of it, BANKERS MAGAZINE, November, 1911
77 RHETT, R* G* The proposed national reserve association: vhat leading bankers think of it, BANKERS MAGAZINE, November, 19U*
78 RHOADES, J. H. Control of the National Reserve Association, BANKERS MAGAZINE, March, 1913.
79 BOBBINS, Clyde SELECTED ARTICLES ON A CENTRAL BANK OF THE UNITED STATES. Minneapolis: The H. Wilson Company, 1910*
80 ROBERTS, George E. The Next Reform, EVERYBODY f S March, Pp. 9 Popular, non-technical exposition of the evils of existing US banking system and description of the Aldrich plan. In favor of Aldrich plan.
82 SCOTT, William A. The Administration and Control of the Proposed Central Reserve Association, THE JOURNAL OF POLITICAL ECONOMY, Vol. XIX, No. 19, December, 1911.
83 SCOTT, W. A. The Aldrioh Banking plan, AMERICAN ECONOMIC REVIEW, June, 1911.
84 SCOTT, Villiam A. The Administration and Control of the Proposed Central Reserve Association, THE JOURNAL OF POLITICAL ECONOMY, Vol. XIX, No. 19, December, pp Aldrich plan
85 SCOTT, William A. M The Administration and Control of the Proposed Central Reserve Association, tt JOURNAL OF POLITICAL ECONOMT, Vol. 19, No. 10, Deeember, pp Pp. 15 An analysis of the provisions of the Aldrich plan relating to the choice of directors of the Reserve Assn., its r4nches and the local associations with a view to determining the probability of control by the large city banks. Reaches a qualified conclusion that such control is unlikely.
86 SCOTT, V. A. Author File The administration and control of the proposed reserve association, JOUEHAL OF POLITICAL ECONOMT, Vol. 19, No. 10, December, 1911, pp December, 1911*
87 The AUr.ch BQHKI^ P^. ^ewcatiq >1U pp. ^51 -*>'
88 SEU3MAN, E. R. A. Everybody' s Money, THE OUTLOOK, December JO, Pp. 6. Elementary exposition of Aldrich plan; defects of US banking system; advantages of the proposed plan.
89 SPRAGUE, 0. M. W. The Reserve Association and the improvement of methods of making payments between the banks, JOURNAL OF POLITICAL ECONOMY, December, Pp. 10. Predicts that the adoption of the Aldrich plan will lead to prompter collection of checks, j? -> ^--*- disappearance of exchange charges between cities and disappearance of all charges on currency shipments.
90 SPRAGUE, O.M.W. The clearing house function of the reserve association, MOODT'S MA5AZINE, November, 1911
91 SHAW, L. M., HAMBY, W. R., and FOWLER, C. N. Some objections to the proposed National Reserve Association, BANKERS 1 MAGAZINE, March, pp.
92 SPRAGUE, 0«M,W # The reserve association and the improvement of methods of making payments between the banks, TBE JOUHNAL OF POLITICAL ECONOMI, December, 1911
94 SPRAGUE, 0. M. W. The Olearii^g House Function of the Reserve Association, MOODY 1 S MAGAZINE, November, 1911 pp. 4. Urges that the proposed Reserve Assn. be made the organ for settlement of clearing house balances in cities where its branches are located and the agent for settlement of payments and transfer of funds between different parts of the country.
95 SPRAGUE, 0. M. V. The Aldrich Plan for Monetary Legislation, AMERICAN ECONOMIC REVIEW, Vol. I, June, 1911.
96 i The fiunch Vol. Ate. a, X & /*>/, />/3. A^i-7/
97 Unsigned Anonymous Forcing the banks into tke proposed reserve associations hearings of the Monetary Commission: international conference on bills of exchange* BAHKERS MAGAZINE, May, 1911.
98 VANDERLIP, Frank A. Safeguards against Panics/ JOURNAL OP THE AMERICAN BANKERS ASSOCIATION, October, 1911 Pp. 6. A brief history of the currency reform movement and a description and explanation of the Aldrich plan, with favorable comment.
99 SPRAGUE, 0. K. V. The Aldrich plan for SBonetary legislation, AMERICAN ECONOMIC REVIEW, Vol. I, June, 1911.
100 STONJX, L. The Aldrich banking plan aa it affects the people, NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW, September, 1911.
101 VREBLAND, B. B. Reserve association of America, JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN BANKERS ASSOOIATION, October, 1911.
102 VREELAND, E. B. Reserve Association of America* JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN BANKERS ASSOCIATION, Octoher, Pp. 18. The defects of the U.S. banking system. Comparison with European countries. Defense of the Aldrich plan. An address followed by discussion by several other speakers.
103 Wfl/^ Metayer
104 WALL, A. The Aldrich Plan: A Possible Monetary Gerrymander, JOURNAL OF POLITICAL BCONOMT, January, Pp. 8. Critizes arrangement of districts and distribution of directors of the proposed Reserve Association. Control would be in a few hands representing the Eastern and Middle Western states. Proposes a substitute plan based on the present machinery of clearing houses.
105 WALL, A* The Aldrich plan: a possible monetary gerrymander, JOUHHAL OF POLITICAL ECONOMI, January, 1912.
106 WARBUH&, Paul M. Circulating Credits and Bank Acceptance, MOODY 1 S MiiGAZINE, January, 1912, Pp, 6. An analysis of the US banking system showing inefficiency resulting from lack of standardized discount market, an elastic note circulation and a central agency for holding the country's cash reserve. In conclusion, favors the Aldrich banking plan.
107 WEEKS, Jo V* The proposed national reserve association: vhat leading bankers think of it, BANKERS MAGAZINE, November, 19U»
108 WILLIAMS, G. L. Our new finance; or from barter to the Aldrich plan; some brief explanations of the media and economics of exchanges, account of lawful money, and bai with reforms under way. Atlanta* Foote and Davies Company, Pp. U5
109 WILMS H, Parfc*~ \)OUA/L>»L. of P*>i-tT/c#U ct>ajo/*y Vc/> ^o AJo r <t f hi cue* her /?/<? f>p. fr& <f -SB'S.
110 TATES, H* The proposed national reserve association: lrtiat leading bankers think of it. BANKERS MAGAZINE, November, 1911»
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