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Financial correspondence and printed papers, 1915-1922

MS. Brand 35

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  1. Darling, J. C.B.E, 'Currency co-operation in the British Empire', Address delivered before The Manchester Association of Importers and Exporters 4 Dec, 1922
  2. 'Our Foreign Debts', an address delivered by Brand, 1916
  3. Memorandum on the World's Monetary Problems by A.H. Gibson: Mar, 1922
  4. 'Money and Barter: Some Economic Consequences of the Introduction of Money and Bank Credit', Francis D. Pollack Foundation for Economic Research, 1921
  5. 'Paul M. Warbug Views as Inconceivable Insistence of U.S. on Payment of War Debts by Allies Unable to Pay', The Commercial and Financial Chronicle , 5 Aug 1922: v.115, no.2980, p.596
  6. 'Memorandum re. Gold Position', submitted to the Treasury, Apr 1915
  7. notes and memoranda regarding currency issue and American Exchange
  8. correspondence with: J.F. Darling, Viscount Milner, the Rt. Hon. R. McKenna and others, regarding financial matters
  9. The Co-ordination of British Industry and Finance, pamphlet by Brand, and related correspondence, 1916
  10. 'Memorandum on the Relation Between the Economic Position of the United Kingdom and Military Service', by W.J. Ashley, 1 Sep, 1915
  11. Currency and Bank Notes Act, 1914, chapter 14
  12. Currency and Bank Notes Act, 1914 [Amendment], chapter 72
  13. 'Memorandum on Merits of Cheap as Opposed to Dear Money in this War', [1916?]
  14. 'The Finances of the Belligerents. German View of the Financial Pinch of the Entente'. Letter from the German correspondent of Goteborgs Handels and Sjofartstidning, 15 Feb, 1915
  15. The Coordination of British Industry and Finance, by Brand, 1916, and related correspondence


  • 1915-1922


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MS. Brand 35

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