Winter 2014

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Also in this Issue:

  • The Bewitching Brokers: Victoria Woodhull and Tennessee Claflin, by Myra MacPherson
  • Frank Vanderlip and the Founding of the Fed, by Vicki A. Mack
  • Keynes's Way to Wealth, by John F. Wasik
  • Success Story: Businessman and Author Orison Swett Marden, by Julia Bricklin
  • America's Early Venture Capitalists, by Michael A. Martorelli
  • A Crisis of Interpretation: Rumors, News and Miscalculations Set the Stage for the Panic of 1837, by Jessica M. Lepler
  • The Indispensable Benjamin Strong, by Dan Cooper and Brian Grinder
  • From the Collection: Lansingburgh Museum Note, by Becky Laughner
  • Book Review: Fortune Tellers: The Story of America's First Economic Forecasters by Walter A. Friedman. Reviewed by George A. Schade, Jr.

Fall 2019

Financial History, Issue 131

In this issue:

  • "From Crash to Scrip: The Stock Market Collapse of 1929 and the Rise of Fake Money," by Ralph Blumenthal
  • "An Entrepreneur’s Beginning," by Joe Ricketts
  • "Ohio Life Insurance and Trust Company: How Oversight and Fraud Contributed to the Panic of 1857," by Ramon Vasconcellos

and more...