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Author: Charles F. Dunbar,O. M. W. Sprague
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Title: Chapters On The Theory And History Of Banking (1909)
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Chapters On The Theory And History Of Banking (1909) by Charles F. Dunbar,O. M. W. Sprague

Publication date 1891. Topics Banks and banking, Banks and banking. Publisher New York, G. P. Putnam's Sons. Collection americana. Digitizing sponsor Google. Book from the collections of Harvard University. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. A revision of the author's "Chapters on banking", 1885.

2d e. en. ed. by . by Charles Franklin Dunbar. Published 1901 by . Putnam's Sons in New York, London. First pub. under title: Chapters on banking. viii . 1 . 252 p. Number of pages.

The Theory And History Of Banking. With Chapters On Foreign Exchange And Central Banks. By Oliver M. W. Sprague. Professor Of Banking And Finance, Harvard University. With Supplementary Chapter Presenting The Record Of The Federal Reserve System. By Henry Parker Willis.

Latk professor of political economy in harvard unrversity. Instructor in economics in harvard university. The whole has been revised and the notices of cur-rent history brought down to the present date, and the book is now laid before students and readers with the hope that it. may. aid in the systematic study of a subject, the treatment of which by writers. On the theory and. History of banking. The. operations of banking, as the system has. been developed in the last two centuries, appear at. first sight to be singularly complex and difficult of.

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Book description: Publisher: A revision of the author's Chapters on banking, 1885. This book describes the following items: Banks And Banking, Banks And Banking History, More about the author(s): Charles Franklin Dunbar was born in 1830. Download more by: Charles Franklin Dunbar.

This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923 ) . HIGH QUALITY FACSIMILE REPRODUCTION: Dunbar, Charles Franklin: Chapters On The Theory And History Of Banking : Facsimile: Originally published by New York ; London : . Putnam's Sons in 1909. Book will be printed in black and white, with grayscale images. Book will be 6 inches wide by 9 inches tall and soft cover bound.

Dunbar, Charles F. New York, G. Putnam’s Sons, The Knickerbocker Press. Added introductory chapter, chapter on combined reserves or the system of Clearing-House loan certificates and one on the Bank of Amsterdam. With chapters on foreign exchange and central banks by Oliver M. Sprague and a supplementary chapter presenting the record of the Federal Reserve System by Henry Parker Willis. Charles Franklin Dunbar. Charles Franklin Dunbar, professor of Political Economy in Harvard University, died at his house, on Highland street, on the night of Monday, January 29. He had been ill for some weeks, but his friends had not thought the end would come so soon. Professor Dunbar was born July 28, 1830, and graduated from Harvard College in 1851.

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