Federal refinancing of farm land indebtedness: hearings before the Committee on Banking and Currency, United States Senate, Seventy-second Congress, second session, on S. 1197, a bill to liquidate and refinance agricultural indebtedness and to encourage and promote agriculture, commerce, and industry, by establishing an efficient credit system, through which the unjust and unequal burdens placed upon agriculture during the period of price fixing and deflation may be lightened, by providing for the liquidation and refinancing of farm mortgages and farm indebtedness at a reduced rate of interest through the federal farm loan system, the federal reserve banking system, and the postal-savings depository system, and creating a board of agriculture to supervise the same. December 22, 1932, and January 7, 9, and 30, 1933 ...
U.S. Govt. Print. Office, 1933 - Agricultural credit - 90 pages
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80 per cent agricultural credit amount average bankers bankruptcy Bestor Board of Agriculture capita cent interest cent Per cent centum Chairman circulation coins commodity prices Congress credit committee creditor debtor Dollars Dollars Dollars estimate existing farm indebtedness farm lands Farm Loan Board farm loan system farm organizations farm owner farm real estate Farmers Union Federal Farm Loan Federal land banks Federal reserve banks Federal Reserve Board Federal reserve notes figures foreclosed foreclosures Frazier bill give going gold standard Government joint-stock land banks Lemke liquidation and refinancing loan bonds lost or destroyed moratorium mortgages and farm North Central North Dakota outstanding percentage rate of interest Reconstruction Finance Corporation record refinancing of farm Senator Brookhart Senator Bulkley Senator Fletcher Senator Frazier Senator Goldsborough Senator Gore Senator Townsend Senator Wagner Senator Watson Simpson statement Talbott Treasury United United States Treasurer West North Central wheat Woods