Correspondence, speeches and writings, reports, pamphlets, clippings, photographs, and printed matter relating to laissez-faire
economic and political thought, monetary policy, and economic conditions in the United States.
George Koether was a journalist, speechwriter, businessman, lecturer, economist, a friend to Ludwig and Margit von Mises,
and a longtime ambassador for Misesian economics. He was born on July 28, 1907, in Newark, New Jersey. He grew up in Detroit,
Michigan, and attended Albion College in Michigan, where he studied journalism. He also studied business administration at
Columbia University, New York.
21 manuscript boxes
(8.7 Linear Feet)
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