College News and Departmenal Notes: Professor Andrews Directs National Savings Campaign
by Departmental notes - 1919
Professor Andrews has been asked to assist the United States Treasury Department during 1919 as director of the economics section in a national savings campaign which is to be carried on by the Treasury Department as a means to stimulating the sale of government securities, both War Savings Stamps and Certificates, and Liberty Bonds. The savings division of war loans in the Treasury Department is to have this matter in charge and in the savings division one section concerned with the subject matter of thrift and savings is being organized with Professor Andrews as its director. He is spending a few days each week in Washington, and is continuing his work at the College also.
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