Message to Members

Cowen, David J.
June 2010
Financial History;Fall2010, Issue 98, p4
Academic Journal
The article provides an update on the activities of the Museum of American Finance in New York City. Topics discussed include the exhibits "Scandal!" and "Tracking the Credit Crisis," the formation of an advisory board co-chaired by John Whitehead and Bill Donaldson, and the opening of the museum's Financial Education Center.


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