WALTER B. GARVER PAPERS, 1937-1968
Walter B. Garver was an agricultural economist with the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, the University of Minnesota Extension Service, and the agricultural department of the United States Chamber of Commerce. Garver was born in 1905, educated at the Universities of Minnesota and Chicago, and began work at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago in 1941. In 1951 he took a position with the United States Chamber of Commerce, working there until retirement in 1969. Garver passed away in April 1991.
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE
The Walter Garver Papers contain correspondence, speeches, scrapbooks, articles and biographical information documenting his professional career. Topics include farm production, banking, and agricultural credit. The material is arranged alphabetically by type of material.
Biographical, ca. 1950
Challenge of man’s last chance, 1946
Quality of grain crops, Journal of Farm Economics, Aug 1937
Scrapbook – Farm Forum – Montana, Letters, Newspaper Clippings, Chamber of Commerce award, Fathers day Cards, Photographs