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Congressional hearings: Briefing book, copy 1 (folder 1 of 3)

Congressional hearings: Briefing book, copy 1 (folder 1 of 3)
22 July 1964, undated
83 digital pages
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Saxon, James (James Joseph), 1914-1980
JSPP-002-002
James Saxon Personal Papers. Comptroller of the Currency, 1961-1966. Congressional hearings: Briefing book, copy 1 (folder 1 of 3). JSPP-002-002. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
This series contains records from Saxon's term as Comptroller of the Currency. Please note that these files are only a small fraction of the material generated by his office, and do not reflect the entirety of his work during that five year period. Official files were presumably retained by the Office of the Comptroller, while the materials below were determined to be Saxon's personal files. Significant groups of records found here include several manuals issued by the office; select correspondence with Treasury Secretaries C. Douglas Dillon and Henry H. Fowler; briefing books used during the Congressional hearings on federally insured banks; court documents from lawsuits involving bank mergers; speeches given by Saxon; and correspondence received upon his resignation.
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