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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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Charles J. Rhoads
Charles J. Rhoads

Governor
Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
1914 - 1918

Charles M. Sawyer
Charles M. Sawyer

Governor
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
1914 - 1916

George J. Seay
George J. Seay

Governor
Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
1914 - 1936

Benjamin  Strong Jr.
Benjamin Strong Jr.

Governor [President]
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
1914 - 1928

Lynn P. Talley
Lynn P. Talley

Governor
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
1925 - 1931

Maximilian B. Wellborn
Maximilian B. Wellborn

Governor
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
1919 - 1928

Oscar  Wells
Oscar Wells

Governor
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
1914 - 1915

Rolla  Wells
Rolla Wells

Governor
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
1914 - 1919

Theodore  Wold
Theodore Wold

Governor
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
1914 - 1919

Roy A. Young
Roy A. Young

Governor [President]
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
1930 - 1942

Richard L. Van Zandt
Richard L. Van Zandt

Governor
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
1915 - 1922

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