New Haven, CT: 1935.
Exceptional and very scarce 10 x 8-inch sepia-tone photograph, New Haven, Connecticut, circa 1935, with a personalized sticker on the back, indicating that the photo was indeed sent by Fisher. Boldly signed with outstanding contrast; very good condition.
Considered one of the greatest economists of the 20th century, Fisher is responsible for the "Theory of Interest and Capital," which is still taught in universities to this day. John Kenneth Galbraith called Fisher "the earliest and most influential Neo-Classical Economist in the United States." Some worldwide concepts named after Fisher include The Fisher Equation, the Fisher Hypothesis, International Fisher Effect, and the Federal Reserve Bank's Fisher Separation Theorem.