A business reborn; the savings and loan story, 1930-1960.

Chicago, American Savings and Loan Institute Press [1962] .

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Subjects Savings and loan associations -- United States.
Savings and loan associations.
United States.
Description 406 pages illustrations 24 cm
Copyright Date [1962]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Part One: The Legacy of the Great Depression, 1930-1936 -- The Business in Perspective: Late 1920s -- Colliding with Depression -- Federal Emergency Legislation -- Federal Home Loan Bank System -- Federal Charters for Savings Associations -- Insurance of Savings and Loan Accounts -- Grass Roots Progress -- Part Two: The Road to Recovery, 1937-1939 -- The New Competition -- Billions for Borrowers -- The Comeback as Savings Institutions -- New Directions in Management -- Part Three: World War II and Its Consequences, 1940-1946 -- Savings and Loan Operations in Wartime -- Wartime Legislation and Its Significance for Savings and Loan Associations -- The Transition from War to Peace -- Part Four: The Great Expansion, 1947-1960 -- National Background of the Great Expansion -- Management Grasps the Opportunity -- Legislation and the Postwar Expansion -- Entering the Space Age.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)249761
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WorldCat Identities Ewalt, Josephine Hedges.
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