The Federal Reserve Act of 1913 directed officials to choose no fewer than eight and no more than 12 cities as sites of Federal Reserve Banks, and Dallas supporters were determined to have their city selected.
Dallas Morning News publisher George B. Dealey and Dallas Clearinghouse representative J. Howard Ardrey led the way in promoting Dallas and rallying support in Washington, D.C. Dealey and Ardrey sent coded telegrams to two influential Texans in Washington. Addressing the telegrams to
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