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The Office of Price Administration

Thomas G. Manning

The Office of Price Administration

a World War II agency of control.

by Thomas G. Manning

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Published by Holt in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • United States. Office of Price Administration,
    • Price regulation -- United States

    • Edition Notes

      SeriesSelect problems in historical interpretation,, 8
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHB236.U5 M29
      The Physical Object
      Pagination63 p.
      Number of Pages63
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5813307M
      LC Control Number60053659
      OCLC/WorldCa1216614

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      presenting it thereby represents to the Office of Price Administration, an agency of the United States Government, that it is being so held and so used. For any misuse of this book it may be taken from the bolder by the Office of Price Administration. 3 In the event either of the departure from the United States of the per. World War II WWII Red OPA Office Price Administration Ration Tokens & Coupons. $ + $ shipping. WWII Office Of Price Administration (OPA) Ration Books - Lot of 3 w/Coupons Vintage WW2 WAR RATION BOOK No. 3 VG/FN w/ Stamps Unused. $ + $ shipping. War Ration Book Two Office of Price Administration U.S.A. $ Seller Rating: % positive.

      Food Ration Cards, 17 V. War Ration Book Application Cards, VI. Coupons, Permits, and Publications, A. Ration Coupons and Purchase Permits 21 B. Blank Forms 21 C. Publications 21 D. Regulations 21 VII. Audio Visual Material, n.d. A. Filmstrips 21 B. Phonodiscs 22 INVENTORY OFFICE OF PRICE ADMINISTRATION. Other articles where Office of Price Administration is discussed: Harlem race riot of The aftermath: of the riot, the federal Office of Price Administration (OPA) agreed to open an office on th Street in Harlem to investigate complaints about price gouging. The office was soon flooded with complaints. Mayor La Guardia was warned that when lease renewals came due, the landlords.


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