Pr 32.4414 :B62
Follow your block leader! every home a V-home; [poster]. [1942.]
12.5X9 in. "f ' Pr 32.4414 :B 62/2
â€” Ofl[icial civilian defense insignia; [poster]. 1942. 40X28.5 in. [Designs
patented bv Office of Civilian Defen.se. Reproduction governed by OCD
regulation 2.] f Pr 32.4414: In 7
Same, reduced in size. 1942. 20X14.2 in. f Pr 32.4414:In 7/2
Publications. Analytical list of principal ptiblications, posters, certificates and
stickers; prepared by Biusiness Service Division, Distribution Section. Sept.
15,1942. lip. 40 [Proces.sed.] t Pr 32.4402: P 96
â€¢ Sent to Depository Libraries
December 1942 1443
Report of director of Office of Civilian Defense [May 20, 1941-Feb. 10, 1942].
[1942.] cover title, [l] + 54 p. f
L. C. card 42-18510 Pr 32.4401:941-42
Volvnieer offices. Suggestions for office operations of civilian defense volunteer
offices. Sept. 1942. [l] + 83 p. il. 4" [Processed. Preliminary.] t
Pr 32.4402 : Of 2/prelim.
DEFENSE HEALTH AND WELFARE SERVICES OFFICE
Recreation bulletin, issue 49 and 50; Oct. 2 and 12, 1942. [1942.] Each 4 p. 4o
(Recreation Section.) [Processed. Includes Supplement, 4 p. 4Â°, to no. 50,
Oct. 12, 1942.] t Pr 32.4509:49, 50
DEFENSE TRANSPORTATION OFFICE
Motor equipment. Conservation of motor equipment, certificates of war necessity
[effective Nov. 15, 1942]. 1942. ii+10 p. (General order O. D. T. 21.) f
Railroads. Readj^ reference to Office of Defense Transportation General order
18, effective Nov. 1, 1942. Revised [edition]. 1942. cover title, 16 p. 4Â° f
PRICE ADMINISTRATION OFFICE
Copper scrap. What every dealer in and consumer of copper scrap and copper
alloj^ scrap should know about revised Price schedule 20, as amended. Oct.
1942. iv + 27 p. (Explanatory bulletin 1.) f â€¢
L. C. card 42-49950 Pr 32.4219:1
Davies Warehouse Co. No. 5, in Emergency Court of Appeals, Davies Warehouse
Company v. Leon Henderson, price administrator; brief for administrator.
[1942.] 'cover title, iv + 37 p. 2 tab. t Pr 32.4217 :D 289/2
Flett, James, Organization. No. 7, in Emergency Court of Appeals, James Flett,
doing business as James Flett Organization v. Leon Henderson, price adminis-
trator; answer. [1942.] cover title, 3 p. J Pr 32.4217 :F 638/2
Sam.e: transcript of proceedings before price administrator. [1942.] cover
title, i+48 p. J Pr 32.4217:F 638
â– Fwe/ o?7 rationing industry instructions. [1942.] [l] + 24p. (Form OPA R-1 114.)
L. C. card 42-38992 Pr 32.4206 :F 95/2
Madison Park Corporation. Before Office of Price Administration, docket no.
MR20-1-P, consolidated, in matter of Madison Park Corporation et al.; order
incorporating certain materials in record and giving protestants opportunity
to present rebuttal evidence, statement of economic data and other facts officially
noticed by administrator, notice to all protestants of evidence submitted by
certain protestants in consolidated protest proceeding. [1942.] cover title,
x + 169p. ih X Pr 32.4217 :M 265
Mileage rationing. Local board mileage rationing letter to Ration order lA.
[1942.] [l] + 52p. (Tire rationing guide 1.) f â€¢
L. C. card 42-49951 Pr 32.4220:1
Mileage rationing, tire regulations. [1942.] xi + 66 p. (Form OPA
R-49; Ration order lA.) [Title 32, National defense, chap. 11, Price Adminis-
tration Office.] t
L. C. card 42-38874 Pr 32.4208: lA
Plan for mileage rationing, instructions to administrators, Nov. 1942.
[Revised Oct. 1, 1942.] [1942.] 15 p. il. 4Â° (Form OPA R-538.) t â€¢
Pr 32.4206 :M 59
NOTK. â€” These instructions are an explanation of the mileage rationing regulations issued by the Office
of Price Administration. All questions which arise must be decided on the basis of the regulations or
any amendments thereto.
â€¢ Sent to Depository Libraries
J444 GoVKRNJVrENT PUBLICATIONS
Mileage rationing â€” Continued.
Plan for mileage rationing, instructions to gasoline industry, dealers,
internuHliate distributors, licensed distributors. [Revised Oct. 1.1942.] [1942.]
iii + 20 p. il. large 4Â° (Form OPA R-539.) t Pr 32.4206: M59/2
Note.â€” These instructions are an explanation of the mileage rationing regulations issued by the Price
Administration Oflice. All questions which arise must be decided on the basis of the regulations or any
Note.â€” Price schcflulcs, amendments and revisions thereof are issued as press releases and as reprints
from the Federal re'^ister and do not appear in the Monthly catalog. The Schedules are subsequently
printed in pamphlet form to include to date of publication all amendments, press releases, forms and sup-
plemental data and are entered in this catalog. Price schedules aro available and requests will be filled
to include all additional amendments issued to date of request.
Prices. How vou can help keep wartime prices down! [Oct. 1942.] 224-[l]
p. il. t â€¢'
L. C. card 42-38935 Pr 32.4202 :P 93/2
What wartime price control means to you. May 1942.  + 20 + [l] p. il.
(Consumer Division.) [This pamphlet is a reprint of the special May 1942
issue of Consumer prices.] t â€¢
L. C. card 42-38993 Pr 32.4252 :P93/2/942
â– Same. Mav 1942 [revised]. [1942.]  + 20 + [l] p. il. (Consumer
Division.) f â€¢ Pr 32.4252 : P93/2/942-2
Rationing, why and how. [Revised edition.] Aug. 1942. 15 p. il. t
Pr 32.4202: R 18/942-2
Taylor, Stanley W. No. 10, in Emergency Court of Appeals, Stanley W. Taylor
V. Leon Henderson, price administrator: answer. [1942.] cover title. 2 p. J
Pr 32.4217:T 218/2
Same: transcript of proceedings before price administrator. [1942.]
cover title, i + 93 p. J Pr 32.4217 :T 218
Tire dealers' guide to price regulatiors; issued bv Rubber Price Branch and Retail
Trade and Services Division. [1942.] 8 p. il." 4Â° (Retailers' bulletin 8.) t â€¢
WAR INFOR.MATION OFFICE
Aircraft. Design and operation of United States combat aircraft. [1942.]  +
24p. t â€¢'
L. C. card 42-38933 Pr 32.5002 :Ai 7
Hours of labor. Recommendation on hours of work for maximum production;
by committee representing War Department, Navy Department, Maritime
Commission, Public Health Service, War Manpower Conmiission, War Pro-
duction Board, Commerce Department, Labor Department. [1942.]  p.
narrow 8Â° t Pr 32.5002 :H 81
Posters. Emergency war agencies; [all lettered poster]. Sept. 1942. 13.5.x 21.5
in. [Processed.] t Pr 32.5015: Em 3
(government of United States; [all lettered poster]. Sept. 1942. 14 x 20 in.
[Processed.] t Pr 32.5015:G 74
Note.â€” This chart shows the principal agencies of the Federal Government, nnd their divisions,
charted under that branch of the Qovcmmcnt of which their functions are most representative.
To all who use libraries, this is our war; [all lettered poster]. [1942.]
20 X 14.2 in. f Pr 32.5015 : L 61
Press intelligence bulletin 2763-71; Nov. 2-11, 1942. [1942.] various paging, 4Â°
(Intelligence Bureau.) [Daily except Sundays and holidays. Processed.
Prepared for use of Government officials. Discontinued with no. 2771, Nov. 11,
1942.] t Pr 32.5012:2763-2771
United Nations. The thousand million, brief stories about United Nations, where
one thousand million friends of United States live, work, and fight. [Reprint
with changes 1942.] vi-1-46 p. il. 4Â« j
L. C. card 42-38994 Pr 32.5002 :Un 3/1-2
â€¢ Sent to Depository Libraries
December 1942 1445
Victory, official weekly bulletin of Office of War Information, Nov. 3-24, 1942;
V. 3, no. 44-47. [1942.] Each 32 p. il. 4Â° * Paper, 5c. single copy, 75c. a yr.;
foreign subscription, $1.50. â€¢
L. C. card 40-29232 Pr 32.5008:3/44-47
WAR MANPOWER COMMISSION
Note.â€” Under provisions of Executive order 91.39, dated Apr. 18, 1942, the War Manpower Commission
was estpblished within the Office for Emergency Management. The labor supply functions. Labor Divi-
sion rf War Prcduction Board, the National Roster of Scientific and Specialized Personnel of Civil Service
Ccmmissicn. and Procurement and Assignment Office in Defense Health and Welfare Services Office were
transferred to the Commission.
Executive order 9247, dated Sept. 17, 1942, transferred to the War Manpower Commission the Employ-
ment Service, Social Security Board, the National Youth Administration, the Apprenticeship Training
Service End Training Within Industry Service in Office of Federal Security Administrator, and certain
national defense matters administered by the Education Office.
Manning tables. Information concerning manning tables. Oct. 26, 1942.
+ 14 p. 40 t â€¢
L. C. card 42-38948 Pr 32.5202 :M 31/2/942
Note.â€” In a total war, each person in the Nation should do as nearly as possible that thing for which
he is best equipped. The manning table plan is a method developed by the staff of the War Manpower
Commission and the Selective Service System to assist management in accomplishing the foregoing.
Instructions for preparation of manning tables, Oct. 26, 1942. [1942.]
[l] + 14p. 4Â°, t â€¢
L. C. card 42-38949 Pr 32.5206 : M 31
Manpower, one tenth of a nation. [1942.]  p. il. 4Â° j â€¢
L. C. card 42-49958 Pr 32.5202 : M 31
Training within industry. Building ships faster through training: Training for
arc welding and acetylene burning in shipyard. [1942.]  + 30 p. 11. 4Â°
(Training within industrj-.) j
L. C. card 42-38995 Pr 32.5202: W 45
WAR PRODUCTION BOARD
Buildings. National emergency specifications for design of reinforced concrete
buildings. Nov. 10, 1942. [l] + 38p. t â€¢
L. C. card 42-49962 Pr 32.4802 :C 74
Materials. Controlled materials plan, general instructions on bills of materials.
Nov. 2, 1942. iv + 37p. t
L. C. card 42-49963 Pr 32.4806 :C 76/942
â– Controlled materials plan, Nov. 2, 1942. 1942. iv4-58 p. f â€¢
L. C. card 42-38849 Pr 32.4802: C 76
Posters. How steel is made, half of every tank, gun, ship, and submarine is
made from scrap steel; [poster], n. p. . 34.9 x 20.3 in. [Accompanied
by Synopsis of story of making steel, 2 p. 4Â°.] f Pr 32.4812: St 3
Priorities, Nov. 2 and 16, 1942; published by Field Contact Branch, Priorities
Review Division. [1942.] 34 p. and 104 p. il. oblong 8Â° [Semimonthly.
Publication issued Nov. 2, 1942 designated supplement to Oct. 16 issue.] f â€¢
L. C. card 42-38360 Pr 32.4813 :942/7/siipp., 8
Steel products. Directory of warehouse distributors of schedule A steel products
as defined in Supplementary order M-21-b. Nov. 1942. [l] + iii+35 p. 4Â°
L. C. card 42-38996 Pr 32.4802 :W 22
NATIONAL RESOURCES PLANNING BOARD
Post-war agenda, full employment, security, building America. Nov. 1942.
 p. il. oblong f^ folded into 8Â° size, f â€¢ Item 612 Pr 32.302 :P 84/2
Public works. International economic development, public works and other
problems; [by Lewis L. Lorwin]. Oct. 1942. iv+111 p. 4Â° ([Technical
paper 7.]) * Paper, 30c. â€¢ Item 612
L. C. card 42-38952 Pr 32.309:7
â€¢ Sent to Depository Libraries
1446 Government Publications
Research. Integration of Federal and non-Federal research as war problem; bv
Richard H. Heindel. July 1, 1942. [3l4-iv+122 p. 4Â° (Technical paper 9.')
[Processed. Prepared for Science Committee of National Resource.s Planning
L. C. card 42-38939 Pr 32.309 : 9
Stale planning hoanta. Fields uf current State planning board activity. Revised
[edition]. June 10, 1942.  + 1 + 93 p. 4Â° (Circulars.) [Processed.] * Paper, 5c.
Transforlation. Transj)ortation and national policv. Mav 1942. xi + 513 p. il. 4Â°
* Paper, $1.25. â€¢ Item 612
L. C. card 42-38947 Pr 32.302 :T 68/2
Same. (H. doc. 883, 77th Cong. 2d sess.)
RAILROAD RETIREMENT BOARD
Monthly review, Oct. 1942; v. 3, no. 9. [1942.] cover title, p. 229-252, il. 4<Â»
L. C. card 40-29247 RR 1.7/2:3/9
SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION
Note.â€” The decisions or opinions of the Securities and Exchange Commission are issued in processed
form immediately upon their release, and copies are distributed by the Commission upon request. They
are published later in printed form in bound volumes only.
Registration record, securities act of 1933 (trust indenture act of 1939); Oct. 24-
iSTov. 30, 1942. [1942.] Each 2 p. or 3 p. 4Â° [Dailv except Sundavs and holi-
days. Proces.sed.] t SE 1.13:942/240-266
Securities. Official summary of security transactions and holdings reported to
Securities and Exchange Commission under securities exchange act of 1934,
public utility holding company act of 1935, and investment company act of
1940, V. 8, no. 14; Nov. 1942. [1942.] vi + 55 p. 4" [Processed. Reports
received Sept. 11-Oct. 10, 1942.] f
L. C. card 35-26732 SE 1.9:8/14
Stati'itical bulletin, Oct. 1942; v. 1. no. 4. [1942.] -hl5 p. il. 4Â° [Monthly.
Processed.] t - SE 1.20:1/4
SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM
Report. Selective service in peacetime [1st report of director of selective service,
Sept. 16, 1940-Dec. 8, 1941]. [1942.] cover title, yiii + 424p. il. t â€¢
L. C. card 42-38957 Y3.Se 4: 1/940-41
Selective service, v. 2, no. 10; Oct. 1942. [1942.] 4 p. il. large 4Â° f â€¢
L. C. card 41-50044 Y 3.Se 4:9/2-10
Selective service manual. Notice, packet [of jiages for Selective service manual]
no. 13. [1942.]  p. [Issued in loose-leaf form.] * Paper, 10c. â€¢
Y3.Se 4:7/942/packet 13
Note.â€” This i)aekot of paues to be in.serted in the Selective scrvleo manual contains the soldiers' and
sailors' civil relief act of 1010, as ainondoil by Public law 7:!2, 77th ('on^r., known as flie soldiers' and
sailors' civil relief act amcniliiicnts of l'J42, those pajjes of the selective training and service act of 1940
revised by the aiin'iidment of sect ion 8 (a) thereof by I'ublic law ti8I, 77th Conp;., the pages of the service-
men's dependents allnwniKc act of 1942 reviso,
77th Cong., and tlic pagi's of the service extension act of 1941 revised by the amendment of section 3 (a)
thereof by Public law 081, 77tli Cong.
Same, no. 14. [1942.]  p. [Is.sutd in loose-leaf form.] * Paper, 5c. â€¢
Y 3.Se 4:7/942/packet 14
Note. â€” This packet of pages fur insertion in the Selective service manual contains Amendments 81-83.
â€¢ Sent to Depository Libraries
December 1942 .1447
Note. â€” In a recent price list, the Smithsonian Institution publishes this notice: "Applicants for the
publications in this list are requested to state the grounds for their requests, as the Institution is able to
supply papers only as an aid to the researches or studies in which they are especinlly interested. These
papers are distributed gratis, except where price is given, and should be ordered hy thcpuUicatioTnmmheTS,
arranged in sequence. The serial publications of the Smithsonian Institution arc as follows: i, Smithsonian
contributions to knowledge; 2, Smithsonian miscellaneous collections; :B, Smithsonian annual reports. No
sets of these are for sale or distribution, as most of the volumes are out of print. Special publications are
also issued from time to time. The papers issued in the series of Contributions to knowledge and Miscel-
laneous collections are not public documents, but are printed in limited editions at the expense of the Smith-
sonian Fund. They are distributed without charge to public libraries, educational establishments, and
learned societies in this country and abroad; and are supplied to other institutions, and to individuals at
the prices indicated. Remittances should be made payable to the 'Smithsonian Institution.' A discount
of 20 percent is allowed to book dealers. The Smithsonian report volumes and the papers reprinted in
separate form therefrom are distributed gratuitously by the Institution to libraries and individuals through-
out the world. Very few of the Report volumes are now available at the Institution, but many of those of
which the Smithsonian edition is exhausted can be purchased from the Superintendent of Documents,
Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C. The Institution maintains mailing-lists of public libra-
ries and other educational establishments, but no general mailing-list of individuals. A library making
application to be listed for Smithsonian publications should state the number of volumes which it contains
and the date of its establishment, and have the endorsement of a Member of Congress."
The only Smithsonian publications that are regularly issued as public documents are the annual report
volumes. The publications in the other series have free transmission by mail, and, therefore, are included
in the Monthly catalog.
Insects. On preparation and preservation of insects, with particular reference to
Coleoptera; bj' J. Manson Valentine. Washington, Smithsonian Institution,
Nov. 21, 1942. + 16 p. il. (Publication 3696; Smithsonian miscellaneous
collections, v. 103, no. 6.) f Paper, 15c.
L. C. card 42-38997 SI 1.7: 103/6
Langley aerodrome. 1914 tests of Langley aerodrome; by C. G. Abbot. Washing-
ton, Smithsonian Institution, Oct. 24, 1942.  + 8 p. il. (Publication 3699;
Smithsonian miscellaneous collections, v. 103, no. 8.) f Paper, 10c.
L. C. card 42-38998 SI 1.7:103/8
PMlipfAne Islands. Peoples of the Philippines fwith selected- bibliography]; by
Herbert W. Krieger. Washington, Smithsonian Institution, Nov. 13, 1942,
ivH-86 p. il. 24 p. of pi. map. (Publication 3694; War background studies no.
L. C. card 42-38999 SI 1.14:4
AMERICAN ETHNOLOGY BUREAU
Bolivia. Native tribes of eastern Bolivia and western IMatto Grosso [with
bibliographies]; by Alfred M6traux. 1942. ix+182 p. 5 p. of pi. map. (Bul-
letin 134.) * Paper, 35c. â€¢ Item 724.
L. C. card 42-39000 SI 2.3:134
Same. (H. doc. 381, 77th Cong. 1st sess.)
AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION
Report. Annual report of American Historical Association, 1940. 1941 [pub-
hshed 1942]. xxiv + 124 p. * Cloth, 65c. â€¢ Item 722.
L. C. card 4-18261 SI 4.1 : 940
Includes. â€” Proceedings of American ITistorical Association, 1940. â€” Proceedicpsof 36th annual meeting
of Pacific Coast Branch, University of California, Berkeley, Dec. 29-31. 1940.â€” Conference of State and
Local Historical Societies, 36th annual meeting, New York, Dec. 27, 1940.â€” Conference on Latin
American History, 14th annual meeting. New York, Dec. 30, 1940 â€” Index; compiled by Mary Parker
Same. (H. doc. 12, 77th Cong. 1st sess.)
Note. â€” The publications of the National Museum comprise an annual report and three scientific series,
viz. Proceedings, Bul'.eiins, and Contributions from national herbarium. The editions are distributed
to established lists of libraries, scientific in.stitutions, and specialists, any surplus copies being supplied on
application. The Proceedings are usually briif technical papers and the Bulletirs generally monographs
based on the Museum collections in tiiology (except botany), geology, and aiithro]iology. Contributions
from national herbarium are wholly botanical. No .sets of any of these series can now be furnished.
The Proceedings are now issued in i amphlet form only. The separate papers will be sent to depository
libraries and to others designated to receive them, as issued, and a title page and index will be published for
each volume so that the volume may be bound if desired.
â€¢ Sent to Depository Libraries
1448 Government Publications
Beetles. New species of bark beetles (Pityophthorini) from Mexico and tropical
America (Coleoptera, Scolvtidae); bv M. W. Blackmail. 1942. p. 177-228,
4 p. of pi. (Proceedings, v. 92; no. 3147.) t â€¢ Item 734. SI 3.6:3147
Proceedings of National Museum, [title page, contents, list of illustrations, and
inde.x to] V. 89. 1942. i.\ + 583-620 p. t â€¢ Item 734.
SI 3.6:3092-310o/t.p. & cont.
Reptiles. Mexican herpetological mjscellanv; bv Hobart M. Smith. 1942.
p. 349-395, il. 1 pi. (Proceedings, v. 92; no. 3153.) t â€¢Item 734. SI 3.6: 3153
Note.â€” All publications of tho Department (except laws and treaties) have, since Oct. 1, 1929, been
numbered consecutively in the order in which they were sent to press. Publications of a similar character
are brouffht within well-defined series, and each series publication bears a series number in addition to its
publication number. The diplomatic correspondence of the United States is published in the volumes
entitled Foreicn relations of the United States. Laws are issued in separate series and are numbered within
each series in the order in which they are siened. Treaties are issued in a sejiarate series and are numbered
in the order in which they are proclaimed. Treaties arc also pulilishcd in the compilation Treaties and
other international acts of the United States of America, which contains literal copies of the documents,
followed by notes of a textual and procedural character. The De[)artnK'nt of State Bulletin, puhlished
weekly and indexed semiannually a.s of the dates of the last issues in June and December, contains the texts
of the daily mimcoRraphed press releases, information regarding treaties, and other material on the Depart-
ment's work. The BuUetincontainseachquarter a complete list of the Department's publications for the
The list below frequently includes certain relevant publications issued by other asencies of the Govern-
ment under requisition of the Department of State and certain relevant congressional
For information concerning Executive orders and Proclamations of the President, formerly promulgated
by the State Department, but beginning with Mar. 12, 1930, distributed by the Federal Register Division,
see National Archives, Federal Register Division, Federal register.
Addresses. Discurso del Franklin D. Roosevelt, Presidente de los Estados Unidos
de America, ante la Convenci6n Internacional de Estudiantes, Wdshington,
D. C, 3 de septiembre de 1942. 1942.  + 9 p. narrow 8Â° ([Publicaci6n
116 de la Oficina Central de Traducciones.]) t â€¢ Item 742. S 16.7:116
Discurso do Franklin D. Roosevelt, Presidente dos Estados Unidos da
America, na Assenibl6ia Internacional de Estudantes, Washington, D. C, 3
de setembro de 1942. 1942.  + 8 p. narrow 8Â° ([Publicafao 117 da Re-
parti^ao Central de TraduQoes.]) t â€¢ Item 742. S 16.7:117
Discur.so do Franklin D. Roosevelt, Presidente dos Estados Unidos da
America, Wai^hington, D. C, 12 de outubro de 1942. 1942. + 12 p.
narrow 8Â° ([Publica^ao 123 da Repartigao Central de Tradugoes.]) t
â€¢ Item 742. S 16.7:123
Discurso pronunciado pelo x\dolf A. Berle, jr., Subsecretdrio Auxiliar de
Estado dos Estados Unidos da Am6rica, na comemoragao do 450Â° anivers:1rio
da descoberta da America, Nova York, N. Y., 12 de outubro de 1942. 1942.
 + 4 p. narrow 8Â° ([Publicagao 122 da Repartigao Central de Tradugoes.])
t â€¢Item 742. 8 16.7:122
Discurso pronunciado por Adolf A. Berle, jr., Subsecretario Auxiliar de
Estado de los Estados Unidos en la celebraci6n del 450""Â° aniversario del des-
cubrimiento de America, Nueva York, N. Y., 12 de octubre de 1942. 1942.
 + 4 p. narrow 8Â° ([Publicacidn 125 de la Oficina Central de Traducciones.])
t â€¢Item 742. S 16.7:125
Argentina. Waiver of passport visa fees, agreement between United States and
Argentina, effected by exchange of notes; signed Apr. 15, 1942, effective June 1,
1942. 1942.  + 5p. (Executive agreement series 266; [Publication 1819].)
[English and Spanish.] * Paper, 5c. â€¢ Item 760.
L. C. card 42-38839 S 9.8 : 266
Blocked nationals. Proclaimed li.st of certain blocked nationals, supp. 3, Oct.
10, 1942, to revision 3 of Aug. 10, 1942. 1942. + 17 p. ([Publication
1816.]) t â€¢ S 1.2:N 21/942-3/supp. 3
Same, supp. 4, Oct. 30, 1942, to revision 3 of Aug. 10, 1942. 1942.  +
22 p. ([Publication 1826.]) t â€¢ S 1.2: N 21/942-3/supp. 4
Bolivia. Militarv mission, agreement between United States and Bolivia; signed
Aug. 11, 1942,"^ effective Aug. 11, 1942. 1942.  + 12p. (Executive agree-
ment .series 267; [Publication 1821].) [P^nglish and Spanish.] * Paper, 5c.
â€¢ Item 760.
L. C. card 42-39952 S 9.8:267
â€¢ Sent to Depository Libraries
December 1942 1449
Bulletin. Department of State bulletin, Nov. 7-28, 1942; v. 7, no. 176-179.
[1942.] p. [889-] 973, 4" (Publication 1832, 1834, 1838, 1845.) [Weekly.]
* Paper, 10c. single copy, $2.75 a yr.; foreign subscription, $4.50. â€¢ Item 763.
L. C. card 39-26945 S 1.3:7/176-179
Foreign service list, Oct. 1, 1942. 1942. iv+ l-40d + 41-115 p. ([Publication
1830.]) [Quarterly.] * Paper, 15c. single copy, 50c. a yr.; foreign subscription,
70c. â€¢ Item 741.
L. C. card 10-16369 8 1.7:942/4
Infant care. Cuidado da crian^a, na primeira infancia, tradu^ao em Portugu6s de