The story of a visionary farm boy 
who rose to leadership
of the country's largest bank,
helped create the Federal Reserve System,
and fought for open access
to corporate and government information
The Gala Premier will be a Benefit for the Palos Verdes Historical Society.

A limited number of exciting Sponsorships are available.

VIP Dinner tickets and preferred show seating - $200.

General Admission show seating - $30.

Evening Includes
Red Carpet Cocktails
VIP Entrance
Press Coverage
To Order
General Admission
Direct from the
Norris Theater
call the Box Office
310 . 544 . 0403
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To Order
VIP Tickets
please call
310 . 373 . 6018
Suggested Attire
Gala Premier
With A Splash
of the 1920s

The Documentary Film

"MONEY MAN - Frank Vanderlip and the Birth of the Federal Reserve"
will open with a Gala Premier
Friday, November 13, 2015
at the
Norris Theater for the Performing Arts
Palos Verdes Peninsula, California

For further details 
Please email
or call 310-373-6018
To order General Admission tickets direct from the Norris Theater
Please see the white box on the lower left
To order VIP tickets please call 310-373-6018
Who is Frank Vanderlip?
     As a young farmboy, Frank Vanderlip watched the repossession of his family home at the age of 16, went to work at a factory lathe. and educated himself by constantly reading books and newspapers. With the help of powerful men who admired his diligence and innovative ideas, Frank became a newspaper editor, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, and finally president of what is now Citibank, the largest bank in the country during his lifetime.

     Along the way, he founded one of the most beautiful planned developments in the country, changed the way America does its banking, and helped originate the Federal Reserve System. After spearheading the bond drives that funded two world wars, Frank saw first-hand the devastation they caused, and worked to find ways to re-invigorate the economy.

     Believing that corporations and government agencies should be open to public inspection, Frank fought a lifelong battle against corruption, a stand that cost him friends, wealth, and even the loss of his presidency.

His life is uniquely lived, and a story as universal as today's news.
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See Frank's story come to life in the new television documentary

  "Money Man
Frank Vanderlip and the Birth of the Federal Reserve"

Scheduled for completion November 2015

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Coming soon: "Money Man", a documentary on the life of Frank Vanderlip and his role as architect of the founding of the Federal Reserves System. Please check back for details on the release.
"The great danger to business and government alike lies in suppressing the facts."
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         - Frank A. Vanderlip