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People: Great Depression

The worst downturn in U.S. history lasted from 1929 to 1941
The longest and deepest downturn in the history of the United States and the modern industrial economy lasted more than a decade, beginning in 1929 and ending during World War II in 1941.

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Marriner S. Eccles
Marriner S. Eccles

Governor
Board of Governors
1948 - 1951

Charles S. Hamlin
Charles S. Hamlin

Member
Federal Reserve Board
1916 - 1936

Eugene I. Meyer
Eugene I. Meyer

Governor [Chair]
Federal Reserve Board
1930 - 1933

Edmund  Platt
Edmund Platt

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

J.J.  Thomas
J.J. Thomas

Vice Chair
Board of Governors
1934 - 1936

Joseph A. Broderick
Joseph A. Broderick

Governor
Board of Governors
1936 - 1937

Edward H. Cunningham
Edward H. Cunningham

Member
Federal Reserve Board
1923 - 1930

Chester C. Davis
Chester C. Davis

President
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
1941 - 1951

Ernest G. Draper
Ernest G. Draper

Governor
Board of Governors
1938 - 1950

Carter  Glass
Carter Glass

Ex Officio Chairman
Federal Reserve Board
1918 - 1920

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

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

George R. James
George R. James

Member
Board of Governors
1923 - 1936

Wayland W. Magee
Wayland W. Magee

Member
Federal Reserve Board
1931 - 1933

John K. McKee
John K. McKee

Governor
Board of Governors
1936 - 1946

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

Ogden  Mills
Ogden Mills

Ex Officio Chairman
Federal Reserve Board
1932 - 1933

Henry  Morgenthau Jr.
Henry Morgenthau Jr.

Ex Officio Chairman
Board of Governors
1934 - 1936

Ralph W. Morrison
Ralph W. Morrison

Member
Board of Governors
1936 - 1936

James F. T. O'Connor
James F. T. O'Connor

Member
Board of Governors
1933 - 1936

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