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Title Bankers Confident Asheville Crisis Is Passed (Page 2 of 2)
Date November 21, 1930
Description Continued from page 1 of 2

Reports on the assurances from Asheville banks and civic leaders that a perceived banking crisis is resolved. Writes that a truck from the Federal Reserve branch in Charlotte arrived the previous morning carrying one million dollars to help local banks fulfill any demands. Reprints statements from several banks ensuring that they are solvent and ready to meet demands.
Location Location Name: Asheville
Parkway Milepost: None
Latitude: 35.60095
Longitude: -82.55402
Creator Organization Asheville Citizen Times
Tags Asheville (N.C.)
Banks
Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.)
Federal Reserve banks
Great Depression
Credit North Carolina Collection, Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill