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People: Fed’s Formative Years

The Fed came into its own in the two decades following the signing of the Federal Reserve Act in 1913
After the Federal Reserve Act was signed in 1913, the Federal Reserve came into its own in the two decades that followed.

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Eugene R. Black
Eugene R. Black

Governor [Chair]
Federal Reserve Board
1933 - 1934

Daniel R. Crissinger
Daniel R. Crissinger

Governor [Chair]
Federal Reserve Board
1923 - 1927

William P.G. Harding
William P.G. Harding

Governor [President]
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
1923 - 1930

Frederic A. Delano
Frederic A. Delano

Member
Federal Reserve Board
1916 - 1918

Edmund  Platt
Edmund Platt

Vice Governor [Vice Chair]
Federal Reserve Board
1920 - 1930

Albert  Strauss
Albert Strauss

Vice Governor [Vice Chair]
Federal Reserve Board
1918 - 1920

Milo D. Campbell
Milo D. Campbell

Member
Federal Reserve Board
1923 - 1923

Edward H. Cunningham
Edward H. Cunningham

Member
Federal Reserve Board
1923 - 1930

Henry M. Dawes
Henry M. Dawes

Ex Officio Member
Federal Reserve Board
1923 - 1924

Carter  Glass
Carter Glass

Ex Officio Chairman
Federal Reserve Board
1918 - 1920

Charles S. Hamlin
Charles S. Hamlin

Member
Federal Reserve Board
1916 - 1936

David F. Houston
David F. Houston

Ex Officio Chairman
Federal Reserve Board
1920 - 1921

George R. James
George R. James

Member
Board of Governors
1923 - 1936

William G. McAdoo
William G. McAdoo

Ex Officio Chairman
Federal Reserve Board
1913 - 1918

Joseph W. McIntosh
Joseph W. McIntosh

Member
Federal Reserve Board
1924 - 1928

Andrew W. Mellon
Andrew W. Mellon

Ex Officio Chairman
Federal Reserve Board
1921 - 1932

Adolph C. Miller
Adolph C. Miller

Member
Board of Governors
1914 - 1936

John R. Mitchell
John R. Mitchell

Member
Federal Reserve Board
1921 - 1923

Henry A. Moehlenpah
Henry A. Moehlenpah

Member
Federal Reserve Board
1919 - 1920

John W. Pole
John W. Pole

Member
Federal Reserve Board
1928 - 1932

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