Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Money Metropolis: A Locational Study of Financial Activities in the New York Region

Money Metropolis: A Locational Study of Financial Activities in the New York Region 
by Sidney M. Robbins and Nestor E. Terleckjy

Book Description: Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA, 1960. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Hardcover, blue cloth boards with gilt title to spine, First Edition, 1960, 294 pp., Decorative Map End Papers,

Book Condition: bottom corners bumped, top corners lightly bumped, light soil to text blocks, otherwise appears as Near Fine Condition, internally appears unread, no dust jacket,

Contents: 1. The Rise of New York as A Money Market, 2. Money Market and Financial Community, 3. Commercial Banking in the United States - Output and Manpower, 4. The Region as A Commercial Banking Center, 5. Commercial Banking Inside the Region, 6. Life and Health Insurance, 7. The Rest of the Financial Community, 8. The Prospects, Appendices, A. Output and Manpower in Commercial Banks, B. Methodology and Assumptions of the Projections, C. Summary Tables, Notes, Index. -- end. 294 pp. Collectible First Edition in VERY GOOD Condition.

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