Regional Conditions in the 1920s
The Fourth Federal Reserve District encompasses eastern Kentucky, Ohio, western Pennsylvania, and six counties in the northern panhandle of West Virginia. When these boundaries were established in 1914–15, they contained the world’s largest concentration of finished steel manufacturers.
Suggested citation: “Regional Conditions in the 1920s,” Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Economic Trends, no. 98-09, pp. 14-15, 09.01.1998.