U.S. government documents produced by the Office of Price Administration, 1941-1947, during and immdiately after World War II. Some of the government reports are jointly issued with the Office of War Information. Also included are scattered correspondence and other material from the Omaha District Office.
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1.8 Cubic Feet (2 record storage cartons)
1.8 Cubic Feet
The materials were received prior to 1984, and the donor is unknown. The connection between the correspondence of Senator Robert B. Howell (who died in 1933) and the records of the Office of Price Administration (which was founded in 1941) is unknown.
Received by Criss Library prior to 1984. Accession details are incomplete or absent.
Processed by Criss Library staff prior to 1984.
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