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Charles J. Scanlon, president of Federal Reserve Bank, speaking at 1964 Commencement, Western Michigan University
1960 - 1969
Charles J. Scanlon, president of the Federal Reserve Bank in Chicago, giving the commencement address at the WMU graduation ceremony in June 1964. Scanlon also received an honorary degree of Doctor of Business Administration. In the background are the Oakland Gym and West Hall (later the Natural Science Building). Scanlon was fifth president of the Federal Reserve, serving from 1962 to 1970. In addition to his work at the Chicago Fed, Scanlon was an instructor of loans and credits at the Inter-Agency Bank Examination School in Washington, DC, and served as a consultant to the government of Liberia.
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