Behind The Scenes Tour: Federal Reserve Bank Of Chicago, Detroit Branch

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Behind The Scenes Tour: Federal Reserve Bank Of Chicago, Detroit Branch
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Back by Popular Demand! (Thursday Tour)
The Detroit Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago is the only branch office of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. Founded in 1927, the bank was originally located at 160 W. Fort Street, although it has since relocated to a building in Detroit’s Eastern Market Historic District. Sitting on 17 acres of land, the $80-million, 220,000-square-foot building is one of the most secure and heavily guarded structures in the city of Detroit. The Detroit branch of the Federal Reserve is one of the largest single repositories of currency in the United States and is responsible for destroying old money, sending new money to banks, inspecting currency for counterfeit bills and conducting extensive economic analyses. It also ensures that banks comply with regulatory requirements.
Call Rebecca Hope at 313.833.1801 for more information.
The Detroit Historical Society's New Behind the Scenes and Historic Houses of Worship tours will be available online to members on Monday, March 9, and the public on Monday, March 23. Detroit Historical Society member benefits include priority registration for all tours and programs.
Event updates are made quarterly each year in March, June, September, and December.

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