Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Oral History Project
INTERVIEWER: James E. Fogerty
These interviews provide the current and past presidents of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis with the opportunity to reflect on what they perceive to be the key historical events and managerial decisions that have influenced Bank history. The interviews address topics such as policy development and implementation, organization, staffing, building issues, special initiatives, and major operational events.
The interviews vary with the nature of each narrator's involvement with the Bank, but all are correlated to provide a firm base for comparison of views and recollections.
The transcripts are lightly edited for clarification. The audio tapes are kept at the Federal Reserve Bank Library in Minneapolis.
TRANSCRIPTS: 183 pages