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Folder1: public affairs press, American Federation Of Labor, Harold W. Metz, Mark S. James, Department Of Research and Education, National Association Of Manufacturers, Phillip Murray; Folder2: Army Ordinance, Chamber Of Commerce of the United States, C. C. Carlton, Automotive Council For War Production; Folder3: Science Research Associates, The People's Lobby, United Aircraft Corporation, Association of National Advertisers, Chamber Of Commerce of the United States, Charles E. Wilson; Folder4: Office of War Information, Chamber of Commerce of the United States, War Production Board, Cement Production Bureau, Automotive Council For War Production; Folder5: Chamber of Commerce of the United States, International Education Department, Procter& Gamble Company

Document Type

Pamphlet

File Type

application/pdf

Source Collection

UR 87/68 University Libraries -- War Information Center Pamphlets

Time Period

1939-1947

Geographical Area

United States

LC Subject

World War, 1939-1945--United States; World War, 1939-1945--Social aspects; World War, 1939-1945--Diplomatic history; World War, 1939-1945--Propaganda

Local Subject

War, Soldiers, and Veterans; United States --Wartime--Economic

Provenance

Received from the Pamphlet Office at the War Information Key Center (University of Toledo Library), which had received the publications from the U. S. Department of Education between 1940 and 1946; transferred to the Canaday Center in 1993.

Institution

The University of Toledo

Repository

Ward M. Canaday Center for Special Collections

Digital Publisher

Digital Initiatives, University Libraries

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