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The United States Shipping Board; its history, activities, and organization,

Author: Darrell Hevenor Smith; Paul Vernon Betters
Publisher: Washington, D.C., Brookings Institution, 1931.
Series: Brookings Institution.; Institute for Government Research.; Service monographs of the United States government
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Darrell Hevenor Smith; Paul Vernon Betters
ISBN: 0404571638 9780404571634
OCLC Number: 1334690
Description: xi, 338 p. 23 cm.
Series Title: Brookings Institution.; Institute for Government Research.; Service monographs of the United States government
Responsibility: by Darrell Hevenor Smith and Paul V. Betters.

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