Cover: Highlights of the First Ten Years of the RAND Employees Federal Credit Union (1955-1965).

Highlights of the First Ten Years of the RAND Employees Federal Credit Union (1955-1965).

Published 1966

by L. W. Green

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A history of the development of the RAND Credit Union from its origin in September 1955 to September 1965. The Paper concentrates on those major developments and crises that contributed to the current status of the RAND Credit Union, which ranks high among credit unions in the nation in average shareholdings and loans per member, efficiency of operation, low loan delinquency, membership, and service. 61 pp.

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