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August 12, 2014

George Seay Signs Oath to Become Class B Director of the Richmond Fed

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George Seay's signed Oath of Director, August 12, 1914

On August 12, 1914, George Seay signed an Oath of Director and became a Class B Director of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. Within two months he would be named as the bank’s first governor. The title of “Governor” was later changed to “President” on March 1, 1936.

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