Centennial Photos

Centennial Photo Gallery

The Oklahoma City Branch first opened in the Continental Building at Second Street and Broadway on August 2, 1920. 

Oklahoma City became the third Branch location for the Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank.

Oklahoma City Branch officers and directors opening day, August 2, 1920.

August 2, 1920 employees of the Oklahoma City Federal Reserve Bank pose for a photo.

Board Chairman Asa E. Ramsey speaks at the Oklahoma City Branch cornerstone ceremony December 7, 1922.

New transit department employees pose for a photo on opening day at the Oklahoma City Branch August 2, 1920. 

The completed Oklahoma City Branch Federal Reserve building at Third Street and Harvey.

The Oklahoma City Federal Reserve police guards circa 1924.

Robert L. Owens, Senate author of the Federal Reserve Act.

Branch Manager C.E. Daniels appears on the cover of The Oklahoma Banker in 1922.

Oklahoma City, Denver, Omaha and Kansas City boards come together on the 50th anniversary of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.

Branch staff - 1921.

The 1929 employees Oklahoma City Branch baseball team.

Oklahoma City Branch armored car built by National Steel Products. Photo circa 1920s.

The First volume of the O.C. Bee employee newsletter is published on September 11, 1968.

Tom Hoenig, president of the Kansas City Fed and Chad Wilkerson, branch executive visit Crucible Foundry in Norman, Oklahoma where the "Spirits of Commerce and Industry" were cast. Artist Tuck Langland based his sculpture designs from the carved reliefs by artist Henry Hering that are on the original KC Fed building. Today, Commerce and Industry grace the front entrance of the Kansas City Federal Reserve building.

Esther George, President of the Kansas City Fed, visits Tinker AFB during the OKC branch board meeting.

Chad Wilkerson visits Performance Technologies during an Economic Forum visit to El Reno.

Megan Williams, OKC Branch Regional Affairs manager, steps atop a combine during a visit to Altus cotton field.

Chad Wilkerson and Clint Abernathy visit the Altus Dam during a Joint Board visit to Altus, Oklahoma.

Kansas City Fed President Esther George, studies the archives devoted to Senator Robert L. Owen at the Cherokee National Museum and Heritage Center in Tahlequah, Oklahoma in 2019.

Kansas City Fed President Esther George and Oklahoma City Branch board member Susan Chapman Plumb meet Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin and Deputy Principal Chief Bryan Warner of the Cherokee Nation at the Tahlequah, Oklahoma Board Meeting.

Kansas City Fed President Esther George and the Oklahoma City Branch Board of Directors learn about how the Cherokee Nation takes care of their members at the newly built Cherokee Nation Outpatient Health Center in Tahlequah, Oklahoma in 2019.

Chad Wilkerson, Oklahoma City branch executive and Richard Ratcliffe, Kansas City Fed board member enjoys the 2008 Oklahoma City Branch holiday reception.

Student Board of Directors learn about the OKC Branch by visiting the Money Museum.

Student Board visits with the Oklahoma City Board of Directors.

Chad Wilkerson presents an economic update during the Tahlequah Economic Forum.

Oklahoma City presents a proclamation to the Oklahoma City Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank honoring the 100th anniversary of the branch, August 2, 2019.