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Fri Mar 21 17:03:26 2014 UTClccn-n500136050.24Preliminary inventory of the land-entry papers of the General Land Office /0.711.00Guide to ten major depositories of archival collections in New York State (exclusive of New York City)118034409n 5001360549084Yoshpe, Harry Beller, 1911-lccn-n50064398Industrial College of the Armed Forces (U.S.)np-margulis, harold jMargulis, Harold, fred rBrown, Fred R.lccn-n80046765United StatesOffice of Emergency Preparednesslccn-n50005423Bauer, Theodore W.lccn-n79021946United StatesDepartment of Defenselccn-n80125848United StatesGeneral Land Officeviaf-296521604Brower, Philip P.comlccn-no99087496Alemar, Pablolccn-no2006033089Adams, Gerard C.Yoshpe, Harry Beller1911-HistoryCatalogsSourcesBibliographyGenealogyUnited StatesNational securityMilitary readinessNew York (State)American loyalistsAmerican Revolution (1775-1783)Economic policyTransportationWar--Economic aspectsArmed Forces--OrganizationWage-price policyDefense contractsArmed Forces--ProcurementUnited States.--Department of DefenseArmed Forces--Supplies and storesUnited States.--General Land OfficeMilitary policyLogisticsArchivesManufacturing industriesGas companiesEconomic stabilization--Government policyTelecommunicationElectric utilitiesManagementGovernment purchasingPublic landsArchival resourcesNational security--Economic aspectsIndustrial organizationIndustrial managementSociology, UrbanCities and townsEmergency transportationManufacturesTransportation, MilitaryFederal governmentManuscriptsBounties, MilitaryLand grantsWeapons systemsCivil defenseProduction controlIndustrial policyUnited States.--Office of Emergency PreparednessUnited States.--Army.--Quartermaster CorpsPublic contractsBaker, CharlesWolf, Morris,Historical Records Survey (N.Y.)1911193619391941194319441945194619471949195219541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819701971197219731974198119821996308768171353.6UA23ocn001674072ocn007495174ocn705993521ocn747328063ocn037332286ocn317083404ocn043979637ocn001223735ocn276868669ocn186359873ocn186537262ocn05217461236112ocn003493057book19390.70Yoshpe, Harry BellerThe disposition of loyalist estates in the Southern District of the state of New YorkHistory26115ocn002235049book19610.73Industrial College of the Armed Forces (U.S.)Transportation: the Nation's lifelines25810ocn000591868book19720.76United StatesStemming inflation; the Office of Emergency Preparedness and the 90-day freeze2408ocn003236917book19640.73Williams, Benjamin HProcurement2166ocn000569540book19670.73White, Eston TDefense organization and management1738ocn001223735book19490.24Yoshpe, Harry BellerPreliminary inventory of the land-entry papers of the General Land OfficeHistoryCatalogsBibliographyGenealogySources1554ocn016738124book19660.73Industrial College of the Armed Forces (U.S.)Utilities: electric power, natural gas and telecommunications1533ocn026173670book19640.79Yoshpe, Harry BellerEmergency economic stabilization1535ocn006489299book19640.73Industrial College of the Armed Forces (U.S.)Requirements : matching needs with resources1474ocn001344203book19650.79Industrial College of the Armed Forces (U.S.)Supply management1412ocn000766276book19680.73Yoshpe, Harry BellerProduction for defense1125ocn000769215book19610.76Industrial College of the Armed Forces (U.S.)An introductory survey1072ocn000769769book19680.79White, Eston TThe industrial sector1032ocn000970423book19700.76Industrial College of the Armed Forces (U.S.)National urban problems : crises in domestic policy881ocn001674072book19660.70Yoshpe, Harry BellerProduction: the industrial sector in peace and war792ocn026186301book19630.73Yoshpe, Harry BellerOrganization for national security514ocn007495174book19410.86Historical Records Survey (N.Y.)Guide to ten major depositories of manuscript collections in New York State (exclusive of New York City)HistoryCatalogsSources366ocn007870487book19810.88Yoshpe, Harry BellerOur missing shield : the U.S. civil defense program in historical perspectiveHistoryThis volume, which traces the development of American CD from 1916- 1980, focuses on policies, plans, programs, budgets, organization and management, and on the central problems and critical issues in planning for survival in a nuclear attack. The study concludes that after three decades of effort, the U.S. has only a marginal CD program. Impediments to progress have been: the failure to grasp early, and to act on, implications of the experience of Britain, Germany and Japan under heavy bombing in WW II; delays in discarding outmoded concepts; difficulties in adjusting to the fast pace of weapons technology; excessive secrecy about the threat of nuclear weapons and radioactive fallout; limited Federal power in CD; confusion regarding civil- military relations in this field; ambiguity as to the strategic impact of CD; problems in designing a balanced program and strategy for survival; instability in Federal CD organization; and, of highest significance, Presidential and Congressional indifference and neglect and attendant budgetary constraints. There is an urgent need for a national commitment to a meaningful civil defense program, with strong leadership from the President to bring forth vigorous support from the Congress, State legislature and city councils, and from the public at large351ocn003234767book19640.84Yoshpe, Harry BellerNational security : requirements : matching needs with resources344ocn012641720book19440.70Yoshpe, Harry BellerProduction control in the Quartermaster Corps, 1939-194411ocn252029124mix1.00Bestor, Arthur EugeneGuide to ten major depositories of archival collections in New York State (exclusive of New York City)Fri Mar 21 15:45:59 EDT 2014batch14484