Business & Finance: Bankers at San Francisco

Swinging off special trains, stooping out of special airliners, squinting at California highway signs, nearly 4,000 U. S. bankers merged into San Francisco last week for the 62nd annual convention of the American Bankers Association. In their baggage were golf bags and tail coats. In their heads were vivid memories of the 1934 convention in Washington, when Jackson Eli Reynolds of Manhattan's First National Bank swayed them by eloquence and earnestness into a truce with Franklin D. Roosevelt. And on their collective conscience was last year's meeting in New Orleans, where they had...

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