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BRYAN, MALCOLM HONORE.
Malcolm Honore Bryan papers,1919-1974

Emory University

Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library

Atlanta, GA 30322

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Descriptive Summary

Creator: Bryan, Malcolm Honore.
Title: Malcolm Honore Bryan papers,1919-1974
Call Number:Manuscript Collection No. 536
Extent: 3 linear feet (7 boxes) and 2 oversized papers boxes (OP)
Abstract:Papers of economist and banker Malcolm Honore Bryan of Atlanta, Georgia.
Language:Materials entirely in English.

Administrative Information

Restrictions on Access

Unrestricted access.

Terms Governing Use and Reproduction

All requests subject to limitations noted in departmental policies on reproduction.

Source

Gift, 1974 with subsequent additions.

Citation

[after identification of item(s)], Malcolm Honore Bryan papers, Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library, Emory University.


Collection Description

Biographical Note

Malcolm Honore Bryan (1902-1967), economist and banker, first with the Federal Reserve Bank, then with Trust Company of Georgia. He later served as President of the Federal Reserve Bank in Atlanta from 1951-1965

Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of papers of Malcolm Honore Bryan from 1919-1974. The papers include memorabilia from Bryan's high school years (1919-1920); correspondence, including family letters (circa 1923-1974) primarily to his wife, Nancy; correspondence with Harold Martin (1945-1962) and Ralph McGill (1951-1964) while both were writing for the Atlanta Constitution and with D.C. Johns (1963-1967), President of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. The papers also include writings by Bryan, particularly articles, speeches and books relating to finance; miscellaneous unpublished reports for the Board of Directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta prepared during Bryan's tenure as President; memoranda, reports and audiotapes pertaining to his participation in the Economic and Financial Mission to Peru (1940, 1949, 1960); two scrapbooks; and miscellaneous photographs and clippings.

Arrangement Note

Arranged by record type.


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Container List

Box Folder Content
1 1-6 Family correspondence, 1923 [?]-1949
2 1-3 General correspondence, 1923-1974
2 4 Bryan-Harold Martin correspondence and misc.
2 5 Bryan-Ralph McGill correspondence and misc.
2 6-7 Correspondence re Bryan's election as President of Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
2 8 1951 Bryan-D.C. Johns correspondence
2 9 Sympathy letters and telegrams following Bryan's death, 1967, April-May
3 1 Mission to Peru, Correspondence and reports, 1940, 1949-1951
3 2 Mission to Peru, Correspondence and reports, 1960 folders
3 3-5 Mission to Peru, Transcription of Malcolm Bryan's Peruvian tapes, 1949 (3 copies)
4 Writings by Malcolm Bryan,
5 Writings by Malcolm Bryan, Books, articles and speeches
6 Writings by Malcolm Bryan, Books, articles and speeches
7 1 Certificates, programs, invitations, etc.
7 2 Bryan's passport materials
7 3 Biographical information on Bryan
7 4 Clippings froze the Daily Illini when Bryan was literary editor,1923
7 5-6 Clippings re Bryan
7 7 Bryan's obituary notices
7 8 Photographs folders
7 9-11 Reports, data, minutes, etc.
7 12 Logistics Management Institute materials
7 13 Copy of the Congressional Record, April 24, 1967, containing tribute to Bryan after his death
8 1 Bryan's high school yearbook, The Maroon, 1920
8 2 Books (2)
8 3 Tapes (3)
OP1 - The Molecule-newspaper of Champaign High School, Malcolm Bryan, editor-October 9, 1919- February 12, 1920 (bound)
OP2 - Scrapbooks (2) commemorating Malcolm Bryan's retirement as President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
OP1 - Framed certificate in appreciation of Bryan from the Logistics Management Institute-May 13, 1966
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