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People: WWII and After

President Harry Truman meets with George Marshall, Economic Cooperation Administration chief Paul Hoffman, and ECA roving ambassador W. Averell Harriman to discuss the Marshall Plan.
The Federal Reserve pegged interest rates at a low level during World War II in order to facilitate the financing of government debt and enforced that peg for six years after the war’s end.

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William McChesney Martin Jr.
William McChesney Martin Jr.

Chairman
Board of Governors
1951 - 1970

Thomas B. McCabe
Thomas B. McCabe

Chairman
Board of Governors
1948 - 1951

Lawrence  Clayton
Lawrence Clayton

Governor
Board of Governors
1947 - 1949

Ernest G. Draper
Ernest G. Draper

Governor
Board of Governors
1938 - 1950

Marriner S. Eccles
Marriner S. Eccles

Chairman
Board of Governors
1936 - 1948

Rudolph M. Evans
Rudolph M. Evans

Governor
Board of Governors
1942 - 1954

John K. McKee
John K. McKee

Governor
Board of Governors
1936 - 1946

Edward L. Norton
Edward L. Norton

Governor
Board of Governors
1950 - 1952

Oliver S. Powell
Oliver S. Powell

President
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
1952 - 1957

Ronald  Ransom
Ronald Ransom

Vice Chair
Board of Governors
1936 - 1947

M.S.  Szymczak
M.S. Szymczak

Member
Board of Governors
1933 - 1961

James K. Vardaman Jr.
James K. Vardaman Jr.

Governor
Board of Governors
1946 - 1958

Malcolm H. Bryan
Malcolm H. Bryan

President
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
1951 - 1965

Chester C. Davis
Chester C. Davis

President
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
1941 - 1951

William A. Day
William A. Day

President
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
1936 - 1945

C. E. Earhart
C. E. Earhart

President
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
1946 - 1956

Joseph A. Erickson
Joseph A. Erickson

President
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
1948 - 1961

Ralph E. Flanders
Ralph E. Flanders

President
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
1944 - 1946

Matthew J. Fleming
Matthew J. Fleming

President
Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
1935 - 1944

Ray M. Gidney
Ray M. Gidney

President
Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
1944 - 1953

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