Money Museum at the Federal Reserve Bank, Chicago

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On May 18, 1914, the Seventh District of the Federal Reserve System, the Chicago Fed, was organized. The Seventh District has a large national share of many important economic sectors. The Chicago Fed has a head office in Chicago, branch office in Detroit and a regional office for regulation staff in Des Moines.
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  • I would recommend this museum to all ages. The federal staff of all jobs and responsibilities volunteer for an informational talk in a meeting room. We had a gentleman who was up the corporate... 
    I would recommend this museum to all ages. The federal staff of all jobs and responsibilities volunteer for an informational talk in a meeting room. We had a gentleman who was up the corporate...  more »
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  • Worth visiting. Can take a currency print with own image.
  • Museum was closed in early July 2021 but the security guard/police officer was super nice and even gave me a souvenir. Thank you!

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