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Records of Temporary Committees, Commissions and Boards:
Records of the President's Materials Policy Commission
(Record Group 220)

1951-1952.

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FOLDER TITLE LIST

    OFFICE OF THE CHAIRMAN
    General Records (A-W)
Box 1
  • Administration
  • Budget and accounting
  • Consultations with representatives from industry-labor
  • Contracts
  • Domestic resources
  • Energy
  • Finance
  • Foreign resources
  • Forestry
  • Land reclamation
  • Materials, general
  • Meetings
  • Metals and minerals, general
  • National Security Resources Board
  • Organization and functions
  • Personnel
  • Petroleum
  • Policy issues
  • Preparation, printing and distribution of report
  • Production materials
  • Public relations
  • Questionnaires to industry
  • Reports - progress reports
  • Reports to chairman, general
  • Requests for comments in drafts
  • Rubber
  • Technology
  • Water resources
    Reading File (January 22, 1951-June 28, 1952)
  • Reading File - Mr. Pauley - Dr. Mason
    EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
    Administrative File
Box 2
  • Atomic energy review
  • Coal products - as raw material for chemical industry
  • Comments on drafts
  • Commodities
  • Conferences - committees and meetings
  • Conferences - committees and meetings - Commission meetings
  • Discovery techniques (National Research Council)
  • Economic waste
  • Editing, printing, and distribution
  • Energy
  • Files
  • Foreign resources
  • Letters of appreciation
  • Office of General Counsel
  • Partial sources of mailing list
Box 3
  • Paley report interviews
  • PMPC - distribution plans - mailing lists
  • PMPC - progress reports
  • PMPC - press plans
  • PMPC - budgets
  • PMPC - drafts of forewords, acknowledgments, history, etc.
  • PMPC - Commission meetings
  • PMPC - drafts on organization chapter
  • Personnel
Box 4
  • Publicity
  • Questionnaires
  • Receipts for material returned
  • Requests for information
  • Review meetings - forest products - metals - minerals
  • Review procedure
  • Requirements for materials
  • Security
  • Source material
  • Statistics
  • Stock-piling
  • Technology
  • Technology - Battelle Reports
  • Transmittal of materials to members of Commission
  • Transmittal of materials to staff
    Proceedings of Commission Meetings - (March 29-April 4, 1951)
Box 5
  • Conference report - (March 29) - copy #1
  • Conference report - (March 29) - copy #3
  • Transcript of proceedings - March 30, 1951 (3 copies)
  • Transcript of proceedings - April 4, 1951 (2 copies)
    Proceedings of Commission Meetings - (April 9-November 2, 1951)
Box 6
  • Transcript of proceedings - April 9, 1951 (2 copies)
  • Transcript of proceedings - May 10, 1951 (3 copies) - morning session
  • Transcript of proceedings - May 10, 1951 (3 copies) - afternoon session
  • Discussion with Messrs. Geo. and Alan Bateman - Oct. 4 (4 copies)
  • Commodity meeting on manganese and tin - October 15
  • Meeting with Department of Interior officials - November 2 (2 copies)
  • PMPC meeting - April 9
  • Liquid fuels meeting - November 2
    Proceedings of Commission Meetings - (November 16-December 12, 1951)
Box 7
  • Transcript - National Security Resources Board - December 11 (2 copies)
  • Minerals and metals meeting - December 12 (3 copies)
  • Commission meeting - November 16 (4 copies)
    Published Report, Digests, Press Releases
Box 8
  • Resources for Freedom (Vol. I) Foundations for Growth and Security - June 1952
  • Resources for Freedom (Vol. II) The Outlook for Key Commodities - June 1952
  • Resources for Freedom (Vol. III) The Outlook for Energy Sources - June 1952
  • Resources for Freedom (Vol. IV) The Promise of Technology - June 1952
  • Resources for Freedom (Vol. III) Selected Reports to the Commission - June 1952
  • Summary of Vol. 1 - Materials Policy Commission
  • Press release: biographical summaries of the Commissioners
  • Excerpts from the report (Vol. I)
  • Summary on foreign resources (Vol. I)
  • Selected reports to the Commission (Vol. I)
  • The outlook for energy sources
    Processed Documents
Box 9
  • Letter to Paley from President Truman - January 22, 1951 (PMPC) - press release
  • Preliminary listing of reports, documents, other sources - April 2, 1951
  • Program statement for fiscal year 1951
  • Questionnaire (minerals-metals) PMPC - May 18, 1951
  • Letter to Lyle Craine (Department Interior) re: reserves of principal minerals - March 24, 1951
  • Letter to Lyle Craine from P.H. Coombs - March 30, 1951
  • Letter to Lyle Craine signed Dr. Lovering, re: mineral deposits - April 16, 1951
  • PMPC organization chart - May 28, 1951
  • Letter to Lyle Craine - Spencer Summary Statistics - June 5, 1951
  • Letter to Lyle Craine from Philip H. Coombs re: acknowledgment of receipt report, Metals and Minerals - July 19, 1951
  • Letter to Mr. Alexander (April 12, 1951) from Lyle E. Craine, Acting Director, Program Staff Department of Interior
  • "It's Later Than you Think" - Coombs to staff - July 3, 1951
  • Relation of production materials to economic growth and security
  • Schedule for conferences with General Motors representatives - Abrahamson PMPC - July 13, 1951
  • Corporation depletion statistics (PMPC), 1948-1949
  • Letter to M.W. Boyer from P. Coombs (PMPC) - July 17, 1951
  • Memo to staff (August 3, 1951) Coombs, re: broad dimensions of the PMPC's job
  • Standard outline for final commodity reports - August 8, 1951
  • Memo to PMPC staff from Philip Coombs - November 21, 1951
  • Memo to PMPC staff from Mr. Ackerman, re: Mr. Coombs new appointment - October 29, 1951
  • Reminder regarding care and handling of classified material - Ackerman memo to PMPC staff - October 13, 1951
  • Eric Hodgin memo to PMPC staff writers (draft three)-September 29, 1951
  • Coombs memo to PMPC staff, re: revision of 1st draft and schedule of Commission meetings - September 13, 1951
  • Coombs memo to all PMPC secretaries - September 6, 1951
  • McConnel memo to PMPC secretaries - August 22, 1951
  • Coombs memo to staff, re: administrative arrangements concerning technology area - July 18, 1951
  • Coombs-Hodgins memo to PMPC staff - July 31, 1951
  • First specifications for uniform typing style on monographs and manuscripts (O'Connell, July 13, 1951)
  • Listing of reports, documents, other sources (Supplement #4), May 21, 1951
  • Listing of reports, documents, other sources (Supplement #3), April 30, 1951
  • Listing of reports, documents, other sources (Supplement #2), April 20, 1951
  • Memo to new staff members - availability of background of material - April 23, 1951
  • Long-run problems relating to the procurement and expansion of foreign supplies (materials) - March 13, 1951
  • Agenda for meeting on foreign resources - February 27, 1951
  • Agenda for first meeting of PMPC - January 30, 1951
  • Minutes - President's Materials Policy Commission No. 2 - February 13, 1951
  • Biographical summaries
    Preliminary Drafts of Report (Domestic Resources Group)
Box 10
  • Functions of domestic resources group (draft) - April 18, 1951
  • Foreign interests and attitudes on the development of their material resources - July 4, 1951
  • The place of the U.S. in the free world's forest economy
  • Premium price plan as an incentive device
  • Direct incentives for the mineral industries - September 19, 1951
  • Tentative summary of answers to questionnaire on forest resources and products
  • Domestic materials policy (E.S. Mason) - May 8, 1951
  • Outline of work program for the domestic resources policy group
  • Clarifications of commodity reports needed by the domestic resources group (Fritz) - June 12, 1951
  • Production level and organization of U.S. agriculture in 1975 - July 5, 1951
  • Manufacturing methods - processing requirements for fertilizers - K.D. Jacobs - June 22, 1951
  • Technically qualified government personnel on commodities except fuels, June 11, 1951
  • Problems and objectives of domestic resources policy (Fritz) - July 10, 1951
  • Questionnaire on forest resources and products - July 1951
  • U.S. and world (reserves - potential) sources of minerals and selected metals - June 1951
  • Assignment 5 - minerals - protection of resources in place (staff study)
  • Losses of minerals in milling, smelting, refining (staff study #7)
  • Depletion and expensing in the minerals industries (2 folders)
  • Direct incentives for the mineral industries - September 13, 1951
  • Direct incentives for the mineral industries - September 19, 1951
  • Coal reserves
  • Petroleum and natural gas reserves
  • Water
  • Policy paper on black report on land productivity
  • Outline for project - U.S. Forest Products Laboratory (J.C. Rettie)
  • Problems relating to non-renewable domestic resources
    Preliminary Drafts of Report Arranged According to PMPC Organization
Box 11
  • Energy Resources - Use of atomic energy for electric power
  • Energy Resources - Technological developments arising from the Atomic Energy Commission program
  • Energy Resources - Discovery and exploration of the atom
  • Energy Resources - By-product materials of atomic energy
  • Energy Resources - Atomic Energy Commission materials demands
  • Energy Resources - Direct incentives for exploration and discovery of atomic power
  • Energy Resources - Agenda for presentation by Atomic Energy Commission
  • Energy Resources - major problems and issues
  • Foreign Resources - Foreign resources area - working outline (Frank Mikesell)
  • Foreign Resources - Preliminary draft for foreign resources
  • Foreign Resources - Tin study - H. Kahn
  • Foreign Resources - Major policy questions in foreign resources area (Mikesell)
  • Foreign Resources - Information required by the Foreign Resources Group from the commodity specialists
  • Foreign Resources - Foreign interests and attitudes toward the development of their material resources (R.F. Mikesell)
  • Foreign Resources - Summary of current experience of the international materials conference
  • Foreign Resources - Obstacles to U.S. private investment (Nicholas)
  • Foreign Resources - Miscellaneous strategic materials (Taristcheff)
  • Foreign Resources - Foreign resources area projects - April 9, 1951
  • Foreign Resources - Long-run problems relating to the procurement and expansion of foreign supplies of materials
  • Foreign Resources - Agenda for meeting on foreign resources - February 27, 1951
  • Legal Resources - Topics of special interest to Office of General Counsel for inclusion in commodity reports
  • Legal Resources - Revision of mining law essential to encourage new exploration - development (C. Martz)
  • Legal Resources - Memo to PMPC staff from Max Isenbergh - April 9, 1951
  • Security and Market Policy - Security outline (Huntsberger) - June 27, 1951
  • Security and Market Policy - Market policy outline - June 5, 1951
  • Security and Market Policy - The materials position of the Soviet bloc (E. Ames)
  • Security and Market Policy - Assumptions on long-range market prospects for materials (Knorr)
  • Security and Market Policy - Stable markets as a long run objective (Gideonese)
  • Security and Market Policy - Monographs, staff studies, project papers of Security and Market Policy Division
  • Security and Market Policy - Problems of strategic stock piling (Mendershausen)
  • Security and Market Policy - Market policy issues - July 5, 1951
  • Security and Market Policy - Security assumptions and conclusions (Hunsberger)
  • Security and Market Policy - Security issues (S. & M. P. staff)
  • Security and Market Policy - Materials policy and enemy attack on the free world (Knorr)
  • Security and Market Policy - Buffer stocks outline (Knorr) - July 3, 1951
  • Security and Market Policy - Questions raised by Security and Market Policy staff to aid work of commodity specialists
  • Statistical Services - Spencer memo re: specify sources from statistical editorial staff
  • Technology - Technology group work schedule (R. Miller)
  • Technology - Some preliminary questions
  • Technology - Technical growth of metals to meet future needs (Clark)
  • Technology - Policy question in the technology area (Miller)
  • Technology - Commission meeting - agenda for technology - July 10, 1951
  • Technology - Chemicals and materials (Elias)
  • Technology - Technology draft (E. Hodgins) - May 30, 1951
  • Technology - Statement of PMPC Battelle project - May 8, 1951
  • Technology - Memo (R. Miller) to PMPC staff re: Battelle reports - October 3, 1951
  • Technology - Memo (R. Miller) to PMPC staff - (August 28) Battelle project
  • Technology - Outline for technology section of PMPC report (E. Hodgins)
  • Technology - Misc. (technology)
Box 12
  • General Analysis - Guide list - general references for commodity reports - June 1, 1951
  • General Analysis - Plan for handling commodity studies
  • General Analysis - Memo: to commodity reporters and other interested parties - June 26, 1951
  • General Analysis - Bulletin: to commodity studies staff - October 25, 1951
  • General Analysis - Technically qualified government personnel on commodities (Fritz)
  • General Analysis - Guidance notes for commodity studies (Alexander) - May 31, 1951
  • General Analysis - Commodity coverage (Alexander)
  • General Analysis - Guidance notes for commodity studies, No. 2
  • General Analysis - Guidance notes for commodity studies, No. 3
  • General Analysis - Checklist of commodities
  • General Analysis - Chart summary of antimony, beryllium, bismuth, cadmium
  • General Analysis - Guide list - general reference for commodity reports
  • General Analysis - Aluminum (preliminary outline)
  • General Analysis - Chemicals and materials, July 9, 1951
  • General Analysis - Cobalt (preliminary outline)
  • General Analysis - Copper (preliminary outline)
  • General Analysis - Copper (preliminary outline) commodity report No. 1 (Netschert)
  • General Analysis - Copper (preliminary outline) commodity report No. 2 (Netschert)
  • General Analysis - Chromium (preliminary outline) March 28, 1951
  • General Analysis - Fluorpar (preliminary outline) March 30, 1951
  • General Analysis - Iron ore (preliminary outline) March 28, 1951
  • General Analysis - Iron ore (commodity report) April 25, 1951
  • General Analysis - Lead (preliminary outline) March 29, 1951
  • General Analysis - Lead (commodity report) August 10, 1951
  • General Analysis - Light metals - problems of requirements and supply
  • General Analysis - Magnesium (PMPC)
  • General Analysis - Manganese (preliminary outline)
  • General Analysis - Manganese (summary)
  • General Analysis - Miscellaneous strategic materials (1st draft) Tatistcheff
  • General Analysis - Molybdenum (preliminary outline)
  • General Analysis - Nickel (preliminary outline)
  • General Analysis - Phosphate - resources and consumption
  • General Analysis - Potash (preliminary outline)
  • General Analysis - Rubber (preliminary outline)
  • General Analysis - Rubber (1st draft) Tatistcheff
  • General Analysis - Sulphur (preliminary outline)
  • General Analysis - Commodity report on sulphur (1st draft) Lehmann - June 4, 1951
  • General Analysis - Tin (preliminary outline) March 30, 1951
  • General Analysis - Titanium - August 23, 1951
  • General Analysis - Zinc (preliminary outline) March 29, 1951
  • General Analysis - Commodity report on zinc - August 13, 1951
  • General Analysis - Major problems facing the Commission (Alexander) June 13, 1951
  • General Analysis - Carbon black - July 2, 1951
  • General Analysis - The Material Basis of our Civilization (Alexander) June 13, 1951
  • General Analysis - Construction industry case study (Cabot) July 7, 1951
  • General Analysis - Materials requirement for building construction (Cabot - Stone) August 14, 1951
  • General Analysis - Construction industry case study (Cabot - Stone) and draft - August 27, 1951
  • General Analysis - "Historical Statistics of the U.S." (U.S. population) Harberger - July 23, 1951
  • General Analysis - Requirements projection (objective and assumptions) Harberger - May 15, 1951
  • General Analysis - Assumptions - methods for projection of foreign requirements, Harberger - June 20, 1951
  • General Analysis - Free world supplies and requirements of materials (long range supply problems)
  • General Analysis - Projection of materials requirements in 1975 (Harberger) - September 17, 1951
    First Draft of Report
Box 13
  • First draft - PMPC
  • General Analysis - Chapter I
  • General Analysis - Chapter II
  • General Analysis - Chapter III
  • General Analysis - Chapter IV
  • General Analysis - Chapter V
  • General Analysis - Chapter VI
  • General Analysis - Chapter VII
  • General Analysis - Chapter VIII
  • General Analysis - Chapter IX
  • General Analysis - Chapter X
  • Commodity studies - introduction
  • Commodity studies (G.A.) Chapter I-A
  • Commodity studies (G.A.) Chapter I-B
  • Commodity studies (G.A.) Chapter I-C
  • Commodity studies (G.A.) Chapter II-A
  • Commodity studies (G.A.) Chapter II-B
  • Commodity studies (G.A.) Chapter II-C
  • Commodity studies (G.A.) Chapter II-D
  • Commodity studies (G.A.) Chapter III-A
  • Commodity studies (G.A.) Chapter III-B
  • Commodity studies (G.A.) Chapter III-C
  • Commodity studies (G.A.) Chapter III-D
  • Commodity studies (G.A.) Chapter III-E
  • Commodity studies (G.A.) Chapter IV-A-B-C
  • Commodity studies (G.A.) Chapter V-A
  • Commodity studies (G.A.) Chapter V-B
  • Commodity studies (G.A.) Chapter V-C
  • Commodity studies (G.A.) Chapter VI
  • Energy resources section - Chapter I
  • Energy resources section - Chapter I - Confidential
  • Energy resources section - Chapter VIII-A
  • Commodity studies (E.R.) - Chapter VIII-B
Box 14
  • Commodity studies (E.R.) - Chapter VIII-C
  • Commodity studies (E.R.) - Chapter VIII-D
  • Domestic resources - Chapter I
  • Domestic resources - Chapter II
  • Domestic resources - Chapter III
  • Domestic resources - Chapter IV
  • Domestic resources - Chapter V
  • Domestic resources - Chapter VI
  • Domestic resources - Chapter VII
  • Domestic resources - Chapter VIII
  • Domestic resources - Chapter IX
  • Domestic resources - Chapter X
  • Foreign resources - Chapter I
  • Foreign resources - Chapter II
  • Foreign resources - Chapter III
  • Foreign resources - Chapter IV
  • Foreign resources - Chapter V
  • Foreign resources - Chapter VI
  • Foreign resources - Chapter VII
  • Foreign resources - Chapter VIII
  • Foreign resources - Chapter IX
  • Materials position of the Soviet bloc - November 7, 1951
  • Problems of strategic stockpiling - October 26, 1951
  • Materials buffer stocks - October 24, 1951
  • Security - Chapter I
  • Security - Chapter II
  • Security - Chapter III
  • Security - Chapter IV
  • Security - Chapter V
  • Security - Chapter VI
  • Market policy - Chapter I
  • Market policy - Chapter II
  • Market policy - Chapter III
  • Market policy - Chapter IV
  • Market policy - Chapter V
  • Market policy - Chapter VI
Box 15
  • Energy resources - Chapter I
  • Technology - interim memorandum
  • Technology - Chapter I
  • Technology - Chapter IV
  • Technology - Chapter V
  • First draft - summary
    Second Draft of Report
  • General analysis (2nd draft) - Chapters I, II, III
  • General analysis - Chapter IV
  • G.A. commodity studies - copper - Chapter II-A
  • G.A. commodity studies - lead - Chapter II-B
  • Energy resources commodity studies - liquid fuels - Chapter VIII-A
  • Energy resources commodity studies - natural gas - Chapter VIII-B
  • Energy resources commodity studies - coal - Chapter VIII-C
  • Energy resources commodity studies - electric energy - Chapter VIII-D
  • Energy resources section
  • Domestic resources - Chapter I
  • Domestic resources - Chapter II
Box 16
  • Domestic resources - Chapter III
  • Domestic resources - Chapter IV
  • Domestic resources - Chapter V
  • Foreign resources - Chapter I
  • Foreign resources - Chapter II
  • Foreign resources - Chapter III
  • Foreign resources - Chapter IV
  • Foreign resources - Chapter V
  • Foreign resources - Chapter VI
  • Foreign resources - Chapter VII
  • Foreign resources - Chapter VIII
  • Foreign resources - Chapter IX
  • Security and market policy - materials buffer stocks
  • Security - Chapter I
  • Security - Chapter II, IV, VI, appendix
  • Security - Chapter III
  • Security - Chapter V
  • Security and market policy - Chapter VI (policy recommendation)
  • Security and market policy - market policy
  • Technology - Chapter I
  • Technology - Chapter II
  • Technology - Chapter IV
  • Technology - Chapter V
    Third Draft of Report
  • Editorial - working copy, "The Problem We Face " - November 5, 1951
  • Editorial - "The Problem We Face" - Chapter I - November 23, 1951
  • Editorial - "The Problem We Face" - Chapter I - January 21, 1952
  • Editorial - "Our Gargantuan Appetites" - Chapter II - November 23, 1951
  • Editorial - "Venezuela - The Materials Path to National Progress" - November 23, 1951
  • Energy resources (liquid fuels), Chapter A - November 23, 1951
  • Energy resources (natural gas), Chapter CS VIII-B
  • Energy resources (electric energy), Chapter VIII-D
Box 17
  • Energy - Chapter I
  • Energy - Chapter II
  • Foreign resources (No. 1) - Chapter I
  • Foreign resources (No. 1) - Chapter II
  • Foreign resources (No. 1) - Chapter III
  • Foreign resources (No. 1) - Chapter IV
  • Foreign resources (No. 1) - Chapter V
  • Foreign resources (No. 1) - Chapter VI
  • Foreign resources (No. 1) - Chapter VII
  • Foreign resources (No. 2) - Chapter I
  • Foreign resources (No. 2) - Chapter II
  • Foreign resources (No. 2) - Chapter III
  • Foreign resources (No. 2) - Chapter IV
  • Foreign resources (No. 2) - Chapter V
  • Foreign resources (No. 2) - Chapter VI
  • Foreign resources (No. 2) - Chapter VII
  • Foreign resources (No. 2) - Chapter VIII
  • Domestic resources - Chapter I
  • Domestic resources - Chapter II
  • Domestic resources - Chapter III
  • Domestic resources - Chapter IV
  • Domestic resources - Chapter V
  • Domestic resources - Forward to Chapters III, IV, V
  • Technology - Chapter I
Box 18
  • Technology - Chapter II-"What is Technology?"
  • Technology - Chapter III-"Promise of Technology for the Future"
  • Technology - Chapter III-A-"The Dominant Materials"
  • Technology - Chapter III-B-"The Problem Materials"
  • Technology - Chapter III-C-"The Aggressive Materials"
  • Technology - Chapter III-D-"Scare Underdeveloped Materials"
  • Technology - Chapter III-E-"New Tools for Technology"
  • Technology - Chapter IV-"Use of Materials by the Building Industry"
  • Technology - Chapter V-"Research and Materials"
  • Technology and materials problem - Chapter I
  • Technology and materials problem - Chapter I-A-Tools
  • Technology and materials problem - Chapter II-"Promise of Technology for the Future"
  • Technology and materials problem - Chapter II-A-"Dominant Materials"
  • Technology and materials problem - Chapter II-B-"Problem Materials"
  • Technology and materials problem - Chapter II-C-"Potential Materials"
  • Technology and materials problem - Chapter II-D-"Scarce Underdeveloped Materials"
  • Technology and materials problem - Chapter II-D-"New Tools to Solve Materials Problem"
  • Technology and materials problem - Chapter III-"Use of Materials by the Building Industry"
  • Security - Chapter I - "Materials Requirements Mobilization Planning"
  • Security - Chapter II - "Strategic Stockpiling"
  • Security - Chapter III - "Resources Expansion-Reserve, Capacity, etc."
    Icebox Draft
Box 19
  • Organization - Part VIII - "Strengthening Government Organization" (Index)
  • Materials - Part IV - "Making Materials Go Further"
  • Draft report (January 21, 1952) - Part I - Introduction
  • Draft report (January 21, 1952) - Part II - "Strengthening Domestic Resource Base"
  • Draft report - 5 chapters
  • Draft report (January 21, 1952) - Part III - "Strengthening the Free World Resource Base"
  • Draft report - Chapters I-VIII
  • Draft report (January 21, 1952) - Part IV - "Materials
  • Draft report (January 21, 1952) - Part V - "Strengthening the Energy Resource Base" (2 chapters)
  • Draft report (January 21, 1952) - Part VI - "Strengthening the Technology Resources"
    Drafts of Commodity Studies (January-April 1952) - Volume I
Box 20
  • Adhesive metals
  • Aluminum
  • Antimony
  • Beryllium
  • Bismuth (1)
  • Bismuth (2)
  • Cadmium
  • Chemicals
  • Coal
  • Copper
  • Electric energy
  • Flourspor
  • Iron and steel
  • Lead
  • Magnesium
  • Manganese
  • Miscellaneous strategic materials
  • Natural gas
  • Oil
  • Rubber
  • Sulphur
  • Tin
  • Titanium
  • Zinc
  • Zuconium
    Drafts of Commodity Studies (January-April 1952) - Volume II
  • Adhesive metals (Vol. II)
  • Aluminum - 1
Box 21
  • Aluminum - 2
  • Antimony
  • Beryllium
  • Bismuth
  • Cadmium
  • Chemicals
  • Copper
  • Fluorspor
  • Iron and steel
  • Lead
  • Magnesium
  • Manganese
  • Miscellaneous strategic minerals
  • Rubber (natural and synthetic)
  • Tin
  • Titanium
  • Zinc
  • Zuconium
    Previous Drafts Combined (Vol. 1, April 1952)
  • Introduction - Chapters I-V
  • General Introduction - Chapters I-V
  • Chapter I - Introduction
  • Chapter II - "Developing New Resources of Minerals"
  • Chapter III - "Making the Most of Timber Resources"
Box 22
  • Chapter IV - "Making the Most of Agricultural Resources"
  • Chapter V - "Obtaining Enough Water for Industry"
  • Foreign resources - Chapter I - Introduction
  • Foreign resources - Chapter II - "Private U.S. Investment in Resources"
  • Foreign resources - Chapter III - "Direct Assistance by Public Agencies"
  • Foreign resources - Chapter IV - "Need to Remove Barriers to World Trade in Raw Materials"
  • Foreign resources - Chapter V - "Reducing Market Instability"
  • Energy - Chapter I - "The Challenge of Energy"
  • Energy - Chapter II - "Oil"
  • Energy - Chapter III - "Natural Gas"
  • Energy - Chapter IV - "Coal"
  • Energy - Chapter V - "Electric Energy"
  • Energy - Chapter VI - "Energy in the Rest of the Free World"
  • Energy - Chapter VII - "An Energy Pattern for the Future"
  • Technology - Chapter I - "The Task for Technology"
  • Technology - Chapter II - "Measure of Technological Strength"
  • Technology - Chapter III - "Putting Technology to Work (Building Industry)
  • Technology - Chapter XXIII - "The Scope of Technology"
  • Technology - Chapter XXIV - "The Task for Technology"
  • Technology - Chapter XXV - "Technology - Government and Research"
  • Security - Chapter I - "Materials Policy"
  • Security - Chapter II - "Stretching Supply by Cutting Demand"
  • Security - Chapter III - "Building & Maintaining Stockpiles"
  • Security - Chapter IV - "Emergency Resources for Extra Production"
  • Security - Chapter V - "Soviet Materials Position"
  • Summary
    Previous Drafts Combined (Vols. II, III, IV, March-May 1952)
Box 23
  • Projection of materials demand for 1975
  • Estimates of U.S. & world resources and potential resources
  • Measures of raw materials production - consumption
  • Land productivity
  • Oil
  • An aid to mineral exploration
  • Rapid growth of electricity
  • Natural gas
  • Promise of technology (A-E)
  • Technology of forest products
  • (PMPC, Vol. IV) - Need for facts & analysis, PMPC, Vol. IV (2 folders)
    Previous Drafts Combined (Vol. V, March-April 1952)
Box 24
  • Point Four and materials development
  • Economic cooperation in Venezuela
  • U.S. direct private investment abroad in materials production (2 folders)
  • Taxation of Canadian industries (2 folders)
  • Mineral exploitation by the Federal Government (2 folders)
  • Federal mining laws and mineral leasing acts (2 folders)
  • Indirect Government operation through management controls as a means of foreign development (2 folders)
  • Report on water (transferred to NSRD) (2 folders)
  • Place of U.S. in free world forest economy (2 folders)
  • Requirements for timber products in relation to nation's forest resources (2 folders)
  • Counterpart funds for raw materials (2 folders)
  • Export-import loans for development (2 folders)
  • Guarantees for foreign investment (2 folders)
  • Incentives for mineral industries (2 folders)
  • Unpublished reports - "Resources of Alaska" (2 folders)
  • Role of solar energy (2 folders)
  • Geologic mapping - an aid to mineral exploration
  • Mineral policy - the need for facts and analysis
  • Charts (included in report)
Box 25
    Comments on Drafts of Report: General
  • General
  • Metals and minerals
  • Additive metals
  • Aluminum
Box 26
  • Antimony
  • Beryllium
  • Bismuth
  • Cadmium
  • Chemicals
  • Chemicals - special report
  • Copper - No. 1
Box 27
  • Copper - No. 2
  • Fluorspar
  • Iron and steel
  • Lead
Box 28
  • Magnesium
  • Manganese
  • Rubber
  • Miscellaneous strategic materials
  • Sulphur
  • Tin
  • Titanium
Box 29
  • Zinc
  • Zuconium
  • Energy
  • Coal
Box 30
  • Electric energy
  • Energy natural gas
  • Petroleum - oil (folder 1)
Box 31
  • Petroleum - oil (folder 2)
  • Petroleum - oil (folder 3)
  • Petroleum - oil (folder 4)
  • Solar energy
Box 32
  • Domestic resources
  • Domestic resources - introduction
  • Domestic resources - agriculture
  • Domestic resources - timber
  • Domestic resources - water
Box 33
  • Foreign relations
  • Security
Box 34
  • Incentives for mineral industry
  • Technology
  • Organization
  • Promoting free world expansion
  • Resources of Alaska
  • Stockpiling materials for security
  • Projection of materials demand for 1975
  • Land productivity
    Reports and Studies
  • Water - Jack R. Barnes, consulting ground-water hydrologist
  • Standards - A key to a dynamic materials policy
  • Timber - prospective requirements for timber products in relation to the nation's forest resources
Box 35
  • Forest - place of the U.S. in the free world's forest economy
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of iron and steel
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of iron-ore supply
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of manganese
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of cobalt
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of columbium
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of nickel
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of tungsten
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of vanadium
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of coaking coals
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of scrap (raw material)
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of copper
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of lead
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of zinc
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of natural gas (with outline copy)
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of petroleum (with outline copy)
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of aluminum
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of magnesium
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of titanium
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of tin
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of sulphur, sulphides, sulphuric acid
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of potash supplies
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of fluorspar
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of zirconium
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of uncommon metals
Box 36
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of coal
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of coaking coals
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of electrical energy transmission (with rough draft)
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of hydroelectric power
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of hydroelectric developments (2 copies)
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of unconventional sources of energy (with 3 rough drafts)
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of thermal generation of electricity (with 2 rough drafts)
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of discovery techniques (2 copies)
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of metallic production wastes
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of smelting and refining wastes
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the future of corrosion control
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in the recovery of ocean resources
  • Battelle Reports - Energy & fuels - notes on the overall energy picture (with rough draft)
  • Battelle Reports - Role of technology in increasing mineral supplies by waste control in beneficiation
  • Battelle Reports - Waste suppression - nonferrous scrap
  • Battelle Reports - Waste suppression - waste going into the atmosphere
  • Battelle Reports - Waste suppression - waste going into streams
Box 37
  • Metals and minerals - estimates of U.S. - world reserves & potential resources of coal, petroleum & natural gas - Dept. of Interior
  • Water - brief summary of overall water situation in 10 selected areas - Dept. of Interior
  • Coal products as raw materials for the chemical industry (Koppers Co., Inc.)
  • Building industry - report on technological developments (Little Report)
  • Petroleum chemicals - forecasts for DX - Standard Oil Development Co.
  • Minerals - Possibilities of improved discovery methods (National Research Council)
  • Natural gas and petroleum as industrial raw materials (Egloff-Universal oil products)
    Questionnaires - Minerals and Metals
Box 38
  • Alan Wood Steel Co.
  • Alaska Juneau Gold Mining Co.
  • Allied Chemical and Dye Corp.
  • Alphine Mining Co.
  • Alta United Mining Co.
  • Aluminum Co. of America
  • American Agricultural Chemical Co.
  • American Cyanamid Co.
  • American Machine and Metals, Inc.
  • American Metal Co.
  • American Smelting and Refining Co.
  • American Zinc, Lead and Smelting Co.
  • Anaconda Copper Mining Co.
  • Apex Smelting Co.
  • Arizona Barite Co.
  • Armco Steel Corp.
  • Asheville - Schoonmaker Mica Co.
Box 39
  • Baker, David D.
  • Banner Mining Co.
  • Beryllium Corp.
  • Bishop, D. and Co. - Platinum Works
  • Black Hawk Consolidated Mines
  • Bonneville, Ltd.
  • Bradley Mining Co.
  • Broadwater Zinc and Lead Co.
  • Brooks and Scanlon, Inc.
  • Brush Beryllium Co.
  • Bunker Hill and Sullivan Mining and Concentrating Co.
  • Callahan Zinc-Lead Co.
  • Calumet and Hecla Consolidated Copper Co.
  • Castro Chrome Association
  • Cerro De Pasco Copper Corp.
  • Ceylon Graphite Co.
  • Charleston Lead Mine
Box 40
  • Chief Consolidated Mining Co.
  • Christmas Copper Corp.
  • Clayton Silver Mines
  • Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Co.
  • Clifton Products Co.
  • Climax Molybdenum Co.
  • Colorado Fuel and Iron Corp.
  • Combined Metals Reproduction Co.
  • Consolidated Copper Mines Corp.
  • Consolidated Feldspar Corp.
  • Copper Canyon Mining Co.
  • Copper Range Co.
  • Cordero Mining Co.
  • Coronet Phosphate Co.
  • Crystal Fluorspar
Box 41
  • Davidson, Donald
  • Davison Chemical Corp.
  • Desert Exploration Co.
  • Dierks Lumber and Coal Co.
  • Dixon (Joseph) Crucible Co.
  • Dodgeville Mining Co.
  • Dow Chemical Co.
  • Dulin Bauxite Co.
  • Dupont de Nemours & Co.
  • Dural Sulphur and Potash Co.
  • Eagle-Picher Mining and Smelting Co.
  • Fairmount Co.
  • Fansteel Metallurgical Corp. (2 folders)
  • Fortune Mine
  • Fowler, George M.
  • Freeport Sulphur Co.
Box 42
  • General Electric Co.
  • Getchell Mine, Inc.
  • Goldsmith Bros. Smelting and Refining Co.
  • Grand Deposit Mining Co.
  • Hanna, M. A. Co.
  • Harshaw Chemical Co.
  • Hillside Mining and Milling Co.
  • Hollingsworth and Whitney Co.
  • Horseshoe Basin Mining and Development Co.
  • Howe Sound Co.
  • Inspiration Consolidated Copper Co.
  • International Minerals and Chemical Corp.
  • International Nickel Co. of Canada Ltd.
  • Jefferson Lake Sulphur Co.
  • Jones and Laughlin Steel Corp.
  • Joralmon, Ira B.
Box 43
  • Just, Evan
  • Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Corp.
  • Kaiser Steel Corp.
  • Kennecott Copper Corp.
  • Lavino, E.D. and Co.
  • Lone Star Steel Co.
  • McKinstry, Hugh E.
  • McLaughlin, Donald H.
  • Magma Copper Co.
  • Manganese, Inc.
Box 44
  • Miami Copper Co.
  • Midnight Mining Co.
  • Miller, Hugo W.
  • Minerva Oil Co.
  • Molybdenum Corp. of America
  • Monsanto Chemical Co.
  • Mudd, Harvey A.
  • Mutual Chemical Co. of America
  • National Lead Co. (3 folders)
  • National Steel Corp.
  • Nevada Mass. Co.
  • Nevada Scheelite Div. - Kennametal, Inc.
Box 45
  • New Jersey Zinc Co.
  • New Park Mining Co.
  • North Butte Mining Co.
  • North Range Mining Co.
  • Ozark Mahoning Co.
  • Pacific Mining Co.
  • Pacific Northwest Alloys Co.
  • Pacific Tin Consolidated Corp.
  • Park Utah Consolidated Mines Co.
  • Pend Oreille Mines and Metal Co.
  • Peru Mining Co.
  • Phelps Dodge Corp.
  • Picklands Mather and Co.
  • Potash Co. of America
Box 46
  • Reynolds Metal Co.
  • Rico Argentine Mining Co.
  • Rosiclare Lead and Fluorspar Mining Co.
  • St. Joseph Lead Co.
  • Schmitt, Harrison
  • Shenandoah - Dives Mining Co.
  • Shenon, P.D.
  • Sidney Mining Co.
  • Silver Dollar Mining Co.
  • Silver King Coalition Mines Co.
  • Sonoma Quicksilver Mines, Inc.
  • Southern Mica Co.
  • Spokane-Idaho Mining Co.
  • Surcease Mining Co.
  • Swift and Co.
  • Taylor-Knapp Co.
  • Tellaride Mines, Inc.
  • Tennant, C. Sons and Co. of New York
  • Tennessee Corp.
  • Texas Gulf Sulphur Co.
  • Tintic Lead Co.
  • Treasure Mountain Gold Mining Co.
Box 47
  • Triumph Mining Co.
  • Tungsten Mining Corp.
  • Union Carbide and Carbon Corp.-Electro Metallurgical Div.
  • U.S. Graphite Co.
  • U.S. Mica Co., Inc.
  • U.S. Potash Co., Inc.
  • U.S. Smelting Refining and Mining Co.
  • U.S. Steel Co.
  • Vanderwilt, John W.
  • Vinegar Hill Zinc Co.
  • Virginia-Carolina Chemical Corp.
  • Wah Chang Corp.
  • Woodward Iron Co.
    Summaries of Questionnaires - Metals and Minerals
Box 48
  • Antimony
  • Asbestos
  • Bauxite and Aluminum
  • Beryllium
  • Borax
  • Chrome
  • Chromite
  • Columbite
  • Copper
  • Diatomite
  • Gypsum
  • Flminite
  • Iron Ore
  • Kaolin
  • Lead
Box 49
  • Limestone
  • Manganese
  • Mercury
  • Molybdenum
  • Nickel
  • Phosphate Rock
  • Platinum
  • Potash
  • Rutile
  • Sulphur
  • Tantalum
  • Tin
  • Tungsten
  • Vanadium
  • Zinc
  • Zircon
    Correspondence re Questionnaires - Metals and Minerals
Box 50
  • Metal and minerals in general
  • Drafts of questionnaire
  • Selection of names to send questionnaire to
  • Questionnaire correspondence, A
  • Questionnaire correspondence, B
  • Questionnaire correspondence, C
  • Questionnaire correspondence, D-F
  • Questionnaire correspondence, G-H
  • Questionnaire correspondence, I-K
  • Questionnaire correspondence, M-N
Box 51
  • Questionnaire correspondence, O-R
  • Questionnaire correspondence, S-T
  • Questionnaire correspondence, U-Z
    Questionnaires - Forest Resources and Products
  • Alger-Sullivan Lumber Co.
  • Allen-Rogers Corp.
  • American Box Corp.
  • Anacortes Reneer, Inc.
  • Angelina County Lumber Co.
  • Angelina Hardwood Sales Co.
  • Augusta Hardwood Co.
  • Bailey Lumber Co.
  • Bentley (J.A.) Lumber Co.
  • Blair-Vermont Plywood Co.
  • Brooks-Scanlon, Inc.
  • Brown Builders Supply Co.
  • Bunyan, Paul Lumber Co.
  • Central Lumber Co.
  • Champion Paper and Filer Co.
  • Chesapeake Corporation of Virginia
  • Collins Pine Co.
  • Coulter, C. H.
  • Crosby Forest Products Co.
  • Crossett Paper Mill Co.
  • Crown Zellerbach Corp.
  • Cummer Sons Cypress Co.
  • Dana, Samuel T.
  • Dargan Lumber Mfg. Co.
  • Dwyer Lumber Co.
  • Eatonville Lumber Co.
  • Edens-Birch Library Co.
  • Evans Products Co.
Box 52
  • Fair, D. L. Lumber Co.
  • Fessenden Companies, Inc.
  • Finch, Pruyn and Co., Inc.
  • Fleishel Lumber Co.
  • Folweiler, A. D.
  • Fontana, S. G.
  • Fordyce Lumber Co.
  • Forest Products Co. of Oregon
  • Forrest Veneer Co.
  • Fox, Abbott, Lumber Co.
  • Frampton, D. C. and Co.
  • Frost Lumber Industries, Inc.
  • Gamble Bros., Inc.
  • Garrett, George
  • Gaylord Container Corp.
  • Glatfelter, P. H. Paper Co.
  • Gould Paper Co.
  • Griffith Lumber Co.
  • Gross and Janes Co.
  • Great Northern Paper Co.
  • Hallet Mfg. Co.
  • Hancock, M.S., Inc.
  • Hammermill Paper Co.
  • Harbor Plywood Corp.
  • Hardwood Corp. of America
  • High Sierra Pine Mills, Inc.
  • Himes Co., Inc.
  • Hines Lumber Co.
  • Holt Hardwood Co.
  • Hartsboro Lumber Co.
  • Horner Wood Products Co., Inc.
Box 53
  • Industrial Plywood Corp.
  • Inman-Poulson Lumber Co.
  • International Paper Co.
  • Jamestown Veneer and Plywood Corp.
  • Jolin Corp.
  • Kellog Lumber Co.
  • Keyes Fibre Co.
  • Kimberly-Clark Corp.
  • King Lumber Industry
  • Kirby Lumber Co.
  • Korstian, Clarence F.
  • Long-Bell Lumber Co.
  • Louisiana Central Lumber Co.
  • Maine Skewer and Dowel Corp.
  • Marckworth, Gordon
  • Martins Fork Lumber Co.
  • Mason, David T.
  • Mead Corporation
  • Masonite Corporation
  • Michigan California Lumber Co.
  • Mobile River Sawmill Co.
  • Mount Emily Lumber Co.
  • McCloud Lumber Co.
  • Nekoosa-Edwards Paper Co.
  • Nelson, DeWitt
  • New York and Penn. Co.
  • Nickey Bros., Inc.
  • Olson Lumber Co.
  • Oregon-American Lumber Corp.
Box 54
  • Pine Logging Co. of California
  • Pope and Talbot, Inc.
  • Puget Sound Pulp and Timber Co.
  • Quimby, Allen Veneer Co.
  • Ramey and Sons
  • Rayonier, Inc.
  • Reynolds and Manley Lumber Co.
  • Rhinehimer, Millard E.
  • Ritter Lumber Co.
  • Robbins Flooring Co.
  • Rogers, J. and J. Co.
  • Rose, D.M. Co.
  • Ruberoid Co.
  • Saint Helens Pulp and Paper Co.
  • St. Regis Paper Co.
  • St. Paul and Tacoma Lumber Co.
  • Schiller, Edward
  • Scotch Lumber Co.
  • Shasta Forest Co.
  • Shirley, Hardy L.
  • Simpson Logging Co.
  • Smith, F. Nelson
  • Smith, W. T. Lumber Co.
  • Smith, Wm. A. Lumber Co., Inc.
  • Sound Lumber Co.
  • Southern Box and Lumber Co.
  • Southern Lumber Co.
  • Southern Pine Lumber Co.
  • Southland Paper Mills, Inc.
Box 55
  • Southwest Lumber Mills, Inc.
  • Stewart Lumber Co., Inc.
  • Sullivan Lumber Co., Inc.
  • Temple Lumber Co., Inc.
  • Tigerton Lumber Co.
  • Timberlands, Inc.
  • Townsend Lumber Co., Inc.
  • Trenton Lumber Co.
  • Union Lumber Co.
  • Urania Lumber Co.
  • Vestel Lumber and Mfg. Co.
  • West Coast Lumbermen's Association
  • West Virginia Pulp and Paper Co.
  • Weyerhaeuser Sales Co.
  • Weyerhaeuser Timber Co.
  • Willamette Valley Lumber Co.
  • Williams-Brownell, Inc.
  • Wilner-Wood Products Co.
  • Questionnaires correspondence - forest products - general
  • Questionnaires correspondence - forest products - A-B
  • Questionnaires correspondence - forest products - C-E
  • Questionnaires correspondence - forest products - F-H
  • Questionnaires correspondence - forest products - I-M
  • Questionnaires correspondence - forest products - N-S
  • Questionnaires correspondence - forest products - T-Z
    EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
    Correspondence - General
Box 56
  • Budget - office correspondence
  • Consultants
  • Industry members
  • Inter-office copies
  • Invitations
  • Office - general
  • Office - personnel
  • Press and radio
  • Project ideas
  • Staff assignments
    Correspondence - Commission
  • Aluminum
  • American Standards Association
  • Battelle
  • Canada
  • Commission documents
  • Commodity studies
Box 57
  • Construction
  • Domestic resources
  • Editorial and review
  • Energy
  • Foreign resources
  • Forest products
  • Government activities
  • Koppers Co.
  • Land
  • Legal
  • Little, Arthur D.
Box 58
  • Metals and minerals
  • Outline - final report
  • Platinum
  • Public domain
  • Projects
  • Renewable resources
  • Rubber
  • Requirements projections
  • Security
  • Staff comments
  • Staff studies - typewritten copies
  • Standards
  • Statistical
  • Stockpile
  • Tax
  • Technology
  • Tin
  • Water
    Correspondence - Staff
  • Bateman
  • Blum
  • Brown
  • Bunker
  • Coombs
Box 59
  • Craine, Lyle
  • Croston, John
  • Hodgins
  • Isenbergh - Chayes
  • Kahn
  • Lasby, Sam
  • Lehmann, Glenn
  • Mason
  • Mikesell
  • Moment
  • Paley
  • Phillips
  • Pontius, Harry
    Correspondence - Departmental
  • Agriculture Department
  • Atomic Energy Commission
  • Budget Bureau
  • Central Intelligence Agency
  • Commerce Department
  • Council of Economic Advisors
  • Defense Production Administration
  • Defense Materials Procurement Agency
  • Economic Cooperation Administration
  • Federal Power Commission
  • Federal Trade Commission
  • Forest Service
  • General Services Administration
  • Housing agencies
  • Interior Department
  • International Bank
  • Justice Department
  • Labor Department
  • Library of Congress
  • Bureau of Mines
  • Minerals Advisory Committee
  • National Security Resources Board
  • Point Four program
  • Public Health Agency
  • State Department
    Correspondence - Reading Files
Box 60
  • President's letter
  • Johnson Committee
  • Personnel
  • Reading file (Feb. 1951-June 1952)
  • Personnel (hardback folder)
  • Binder - Topical: (1) editorial
  • Binder - Topical: (2) energy
  • Binder - Topical: (3) foreign resources
  • Binder - Topical: (4) general analysis
  • Binder - Topical: (5) legal
  • Binder - Topical: (6) security and market policy
  • Binder - Topical: (7) statistical
  • Binder - Topical: (8) technology
    EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT
    Administrative File
Box 61
  • Administrative
  • Administrative memos - notices
  • Budget allocations
  • Budget basic authorities
  • Budget requirements, fiscal year 1951
  • Budget requirements, fiscal year 1952
  • Chronological file - Feb.-June 1951
  • Chronological file - July-Dec. 1951
  • Chronological file - Jan.-June 1952
  • Comptroller General decisions
  • Contracts, drafts, extras, misc.
  • Contract - American Standards Association
  • Contract - Battelle Memorial Institute
  • Contract - (SA 849), Creative Arts Studio, Inc.
Box 62
  • Contract - (SA 844), Design and Production, Inc.
  • Contract - Graham Associates
  • Contract - Howard University
  • Contract - Arthur D. Little Co.
  • Contract - National Academy of Sciences
  • Contract - Elmo Roper
  • Contract - Roger Williams, Inc.
    General Records
Box 63
  • Aboriginal Land Claims in Alaska
  • Anti-Trust Division--Department of Justice
  • Anti-Trust Laws--Application to Foreign Operations
  • Anti-Trust Regulations Governing Business Advisory Committees and Pooling of Scientific Research
  • Assignments
  • Battelle Memorial Institute
  • Bibliography
  • Conflict of Interest Statutes
  • Congressional Record Digest (Bureau of the Budget)
  • Contracts
  • Economic Cooperation Administration
Box 64
  • Effect of State Tax Laws on Mineral Exploration and Development
  • Exploration--Bonuses for Discovery
  • Exploration and Development--Revision of Municipal Laws Essential to
  • Exploration and Discovery
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Exploration--The Exploration Corporation
  • Federal Research--Contingent Problems
  • Federal Research--Tax Treatment of Research and Experiment Costs
  • GSA--Contract--GS-OOP-317 (SCM) [empty folder]
  • GSA--Contract--SCM-TS-9156 [empty folder]
  • GSA--Contract--10511 [empty folder]
  • GSA--Contract--10512 [empty folder]
  • GSA--[Contract] Related correspondence [empty folder]
  • General Services Administration--General Services Administration--Belgian Congo
  • Harvard--Forestry
  • Harvard Projects
  • Income Tax--Internal Revenue Code--General Definitions
  • Interior Department--Defense
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 65
  • Interior Department--Legal Material
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Investment Guarantees
  • Investment Treaties
  • Legislative Reference Service
  • Little, Arthur D., Inc.
  • Management Contracts
  • Management Contracts--Working Papers
  • Mapping--Geologies
  • Mineral Industries--Federal Credit
  • Mining--Small Mines
Box 66
  • Mining Laws of Canada
  • Mining Laws of South Africa
  • Mining Laws
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Mineral Leasing Acts--Appendix Paper
  • Mining and Mineral Leasing Acts
  • Mining Laws--Conference on Revision of U.S. - Hearings Before a Special House Committee on Public Lands Pursuant to H.Res. 66, Oct. 17, 1949
Box 67
  • Minerals Industry, Survey of Legislative Proposals for Incentives to
  • Minerals Location Law--Statutory and Case re Operation
  • Minerals Program--Interior Department
  • Minerals Taxation, State
  • National Security Resources Board
  • Obstacles to Investment Abroad
  • Preliminary Meetings--Federal Agencies
  • Oil and Gas Regulations--Williams Project
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Organizations
  • PMPC--Basic Organization
Box 68
  • Ore Left in the Ground
  • Reconstruction Finance Corporation
  • Pay Bill
  • PMPC Report
  • Mineral Reserves
  • Rubber (Synthetic)--Patents
  • Schifter papers
  • Staff Discussions
  • Stockpiling, Legal Authority for
  • Studies--Legal
  • Submerged Coastal Oil Lands
  • Tax Data--Treasury Department
  • Taxation of Income from Abroad
  • Unitization--Anti-Trust Laws
  • Water Pollution Control
    Taxation and Incentive File
Box 69
  • Accelerated Authorization
  • Australia
  • Buffer Stock
  • Bonus Program 5
  • Canada
  • Coal
  • Commodities
  • Conservation, Nature of
  • Conservation Grants
  • Depletion
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 70
  • Depletion--Treasury Study
  • Depletion and Expensing in the Mineral Industry
  • Direct Incentives--General
  • Direct Incentives Questionnaire
  • Excess Profits Tax
  • Exploration (Minerals)
  • Exploration (Minerals)--Costs
  • Federal Credit
  • Foreign
  • Foreign Income
  • Federal Taxation Mining Industry Proposals
  • Foreign--B
  • Forestry
  • Forestry--State Taxation
  • General Incentive Policy Statements
  • Severance Taxes--Mining
  • Grubstake Loans
  • Joint Committee Reports
Box 71
  • Lerner Report
  • Lumber operations--Income Tax
  • Market Stabilization and Incentives
  • National Science Foundation
  • Special Incentives for Mining Industry
  • Oakes--Reader
  • Oil and Gas
  • Price Support
  • Revenue Act of 1951
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Risks
Box 72
  • Some effects of increasing raw material
  • South Africa
  • Drafts - mineral policy (U.S. Government)
  • Strategic and critical materials
  • Sulphur
  • Taxes
  • Proposals for Federal tax exemption - depletion allowances as incentives to the mining industry
  • United Kingdom
    STATISTICS SECTION
    Statistical File - General Records File
Box 73
  • Foreign investments
  • Construction study - tables prepared by Dr. Wardwell
  • Foreign trade - 1951
  • Free world distribution of production, consumption and reserves
  • G.N.P. and national income - U.S.
  • National income - world - 1949
  • Population
  • Projection
  • Real prices
  • Interim report on means for increasing mineral reserves
  • Requirements forecast for the petroleum-chemical industry in the U.S.A. - 1955-75
  • Miscellaneous statistical summaries prepared for other PMPC sections
  • Venezuela
  • Years life of reserves
  • Statistics staff memoranda
  • Raw materials index
  • Raw materials consumption and production historical series
  • Raw materials consumed - tonnage approximations
    Statistical File - General Records
Box 74
  • Review of drafts of reports sent to editorial section
  • Bureau of Mines world tables
  • Commodity files
  • Aluminum metal refined
    Commodity File
  • Antimony
  • Asbestos
  • Bauxite
  • Cadmium
  • Chromite
  • Coal (bituminous - lignite)
  • Coal (Pennsylvania anthracite)
  • Cobalt
  • Copper
  • Fluorspar
  • Iron
  • Lead
  • Magnesium
  • Manganese ore
  • Mercury
  • Molybdenum
  • Natural gas
  • Nickel
  • Crude petroleum
  • Phosphate rock
  • Light metals and plastics
  • Potash
  • Pyrites
Box 75
  • Prepared tables not published - unrevised
  • Foreign trade data furnished by Office of International Trade
  • Export - import (1939) - raw materials coverage
  • Bureau of Mines - world tables
  • Foreign trade
  • Consumption - percentage estimate by PMPC
  • Metals - Leong Production Series
  • Fuels - Leong Production Series
  • Construction materials - non-metals
  • Chemicals - non-metals
  • Miscellaneous - non-metals
  • Agriculture raw materials
  • Fish and wildlife products
  • Fisheries
  • Furs
  • Forest products
Box 76
  • Minerals - productions and consumption series
  • Consumption index
  • Iron and ferro-alloys consumption
  • Other metals consumption (non-ferrous)
  • Fuels consumption
  • Construction materials consumption
  • Other non-metallic consumption (2 folders)
    Charts
Box 77
  • Rubber
  • Steel
  • Stone
  • Sulphur - native
  • Tin
  • Titanium
  • Tungsten
  • Zinc
  • Production, consumption and reserves in 1950
  • Self-sufficiency of the U.S.
  • Years life of U.S. by grade - Alexander
  • Estimated primary copper supplies and requirements, U.S. and free world - 1950-75
  • Relative shares of U.S. and free world of production, consumption, and reserves
  • 1950 production as percent of reserves
  • Years of life of U.S. reserves at current rates of consumption - 1900, 1950, and 1975
  • Remaining years of life U.S. proved, indicated and inferred ore at 1950 rates of consumption
  • Current tonnage production of basic materials in U.S.
  • Raw materials cycle
  • Cumulative increase in resources related to decreasing grade
  • Use and availability of water
  • Consumption of energy in the U.S. and the world: 1900-50
  • Natural gas - marketed production - industrial consumption: 1920-75
  • Production and consumption of (1) major metals (2) ferro-alloys (3) selected non-metals
  • Actual and real prices of world trade commodities
  • Industrial production in U.S. compared with quantity - unit value of selected imports
  • Fifty years of telephone technology
  • Scientists and engineers in industrial research - 1950
  • Progress in average auto engine design - gasoline quality - 1900-50
  • Support and performance of scientific research in the U.S. - 1941-51
  • Support of scientific research by major groups in the U.S. - 1930-51
  • Statistics
  • Copper
  • Fluorspar
  • Production, consumption, and reserve series: Chromite
  • Production, consumption, and reserve series: Pig Iron
  • Production, consumption, and reserve series: Manganese
  • Production, consumption, and reserve series: Sulphur
  • Production, consumption, and reserve series: Zinc
  • Production, consumption, and reserve series: Aluminum
  • Production, consumption, and reserve series: Fluorspar
  • Production, consumption, and reserve series: Copper
  • Production, consumption, and reserve series: Lead
  • Production, consumption, and reserve series: Tin
  • General analysis III
  • Years life of reserves - U.S. and free world
  • General analysis I
  • Per capita Gross National Product
  • Domestic resources I
  • Domestic resources II (2 folders)
  • Domestic resources IV
  • Domestic resources V (2 folders)
  • Areas of soil erosion in the U.S.
  • Federally owned lands - 1945 (Bureau of Land Management)
Box 78
  • Flow of iron and steel
  • Domestic resources - estimated cost of mining coal remaining in U.S. in terms of man hours
  • Domestic resources - use and availability of water
  • Precipitation - run-off by major drainage basins
  • Energy - consumption in U.S. and the world, 1900-50
  • Marketed production - industrial consumption (natural gas)-1920-50
  • Production - primary consumption, major metallic ores in U.S. 1900-50
  • Production - primary consumption, ferro alloy metals in U.S., 1900-50
  • Production - primary consumption, selected non-metallic minerals, 1900-50
  • Foreign resources, IV
  • Market policy - I - industrial production in the U.S. compared with quantity and unit value of selected imports - 1948-50
  • 50 years of telephone technology
  • Scientists - engineer industrial research
  • Progress in auto engine design - gasoline
  • Support of scientific research in U.S. 1941-51
  • Support of scientific research by major groups, 1930-51
  • Production of raw materials
  • Average annual production of raw materials by decade
  • Manganese
  • Copper - 2 charts
  • Aluminum
    EDITORIAL SECTION
    Editorial Files
Box 79
  • Letter of transmittal, ack., miscellaneous correspondence for Vol. I
  • "Materials and Freedom," Chapter I, Volume I
  • "Dimensions: Past and Future," Chapter 2, Volume I
  • "The Opportunities," Chapter 3, Volume I
  • "The Difficulties," Chapter 4, Volume I
  • "Steps Toward Policy," Chapter 5, Volume I
  • Miscellaneous material on domestic resource section
  • "The Changing Pattern of Growth," Chapter 6, Volume I
Box 80
  • "Developing Mineral Reserves," Chapter 7, Volume I
  • "Making the Most of Timber Resources," Chapter 8, Volume I
  • "Improving Agricultural Resources," Chapter 9, Volume I
  • "Supplying Industry with Water," Chapter 10, Volume I
Box 81
  • Miscellaneous material on foreign resources
  • "The Opportunity and the Problems," Chapter 11, Volume I
  • "U.S. Private Investment in Resources," Chapter 12, Volume I
  • "Direct Assistance by Public Agencies," Chapter 13, Volume I
  • "Removing Barriers to Trade," Chapter 14, Volume I
  • "Reducing Market Instability," Chapter 15, Volume I
Box 82
  • Area tables and charting
  • Miscellaneous material on energy section
  • "The Energy Problem," Chapter 16, Volume I
  • "Oil - How Much? How Long?", Chapter 17, Volume I
  • "Natural Gas - Boom Fuel," Chapter 18, Volume I
  • "Coal - Can Cost Be Cut?", Chapter 19, Volume I
  • "Electricity - How Much at What Cost?", Chapter 20, Volume I
  • "Energy for Other Free Nations," Chapter 21, Volume I
  • "Energy for the Nation" - summary, Chapter 22, Volume I
  • "The Scope of Technology" - summary, Chapter 23, Volume I
  • "The Tasks for Technology" - summary, Chapter 24, Volume I
Box 83
  • "Government and Materials Research," Chapter 25, Volume I
  • "Technology and Building" - case study, Chapter 26, Volume I
  • Miscellaneous material on security section
  • "Materials Policy - National Security," Chapter 27, Volume I
  • "Stretching Supply by Effective Use," Chapter 28, Volume I
  • "Building and Maintaining Stockpiles," Chapter 29, Volume I
  • "Preparing for Emergency Production," Chapter 30, Volume I
  • "The Soviet Materials Position"
  • "The Continuing Task," Chapter 31, Volume I
Box 84
  • History and acknowledgment
  • Printers copy, Volume I
Box 85
  • Volume I (First galleys - 1)
Box 86
  • Volume I (First galleys - 2)
Box 87
  • Graphics - DR-1
  • Graphics - introd. 9
  • Graphics - tech. 2
  • Graphics - auto design
  • Graphics - introd. 11
  • Graphics - introd. 10
  • Graphics - vol. 2 #7
  • Graphics - Vol. 2 #3
  • Graphics - vol. 2 - chart #14
  • Graphics - vol. 2 #2
  • Graphics - vol. 2 - chart 4A
  • Graphics - relation between Venezuela's oil income and rise in GNP
  • Graphics - energy - 6
  • Graphics - energy - E-1
  • Graphics - energy - 2
  • Graphics - energy - 3
  • Graphics - energy - 4
  • Graphics - energy - 5
  • Graphics - energy - 7
  • Graphics - E 8, natural gas
  • Graphics - Energy - 10
  • Graphics - T 5 - research and development expansion
  • Graphics - T 6 - scientific manpower supply
  • Graphics - sec. 3 - new weapons use more materials
  • Graphics - S-4
  • Graphics - Sec. 5 - nearby sources add to security
  • Graphics - FR-1
  • Graphics - FR-3 - U.S. imposes tariff on key strategic materials
  • Graphics - security - 2
  • Graphics - FR-4-5
  • Graphics - DR-3 (public domain)
  • Graphics - DR-2
  • Graphics - DR-2A
  • Graphics - DR-6 (timber drain U.S. growth)
  • Graphics - DR-5 (saw timber heart of supply problem)
  • Graphics - DR-7 (poor cutting practices waste forest resources)
  • Graphics - DR-8 (more farm output needed per acre)
  • Graphics - DR-12
  • Graphics - DR-9
  • Graphics - DR-11 (pollution of water by cities - industries)
  • Graphics - DR-9A
  • Graphics - introduction - 1
  • Graphics - introduction - 3
  • Graphics - introduction - 5
  • Graphics - introduction - 2
  • Graphics - metal conservation - growth in demand - (GNP)
  • Graphics - introduction - 6
  • Graphics - introduction - 7
  • Graphics - introduction - 8
  • Graphics - introduction - 4
  • Graphics - vol. 2 #1
Box 88
  • Letter of transmittal, acknowledgment, miscellaneous correspondence for Volume II
  • Volume II, Chart #1
  • Scope and plan of studies, ch. I, Vol. II
  • Ferrous metals - iron and steel, ch. II, Vol I
  • Ferrous metals - manganese, ch. III, Vol. II
  • Ferrous metals - additive metals, ch. IV, Vol. II
  • Nonferrous metals - copper, ch. V, Vol. II
  • Nonferrous metals - lead, ch. VI, Vol. II
  • Nonferrous metals - zinc, ch. VII, Vol. II
Box 89
  • Nonferrous metals - tin, ch. VIII, Vol. II
  • Nonferrous metals - antimony, ch. IX, Vol. II
  • Nonferrous metals - cadmium, ch. X, Vol. II
  • Nonferrous metals - bismuth, ch. XI, Vol. II
  • Nonferrous metals - beryllium, ch. XII, Vol. II
  • Nonferrous metals - aluminum, ch. XIII, Vol. II
  • Light metals - magnesium, ch. XIV, Vol. II
  • Light metals - titanium, ch. XV, Vol. II
  • Light metals - zirconium, ch. XVI, Vol. II
  • Misc. strategic materials - sulphur, ch. XVII, Vol. II
  • Misc. strategic materials - fluorspar, ch. XVIII, Vol. II
  • Misc. strategic materials - special strategic m., ch. XIX, Vol. II
Box 90
  • Non-minerals - rubber, ch. XX, Vol. II
  • Non-minerals - chemicals, ch. XXI, Vol. II
  • Non-minerals - projection of 1975 materials demand, ch. XXII, Vol. II
  • Background information - reserves and potential resources
Box 91
  • Background information - production and consumption measures
  • Background information - U.S. Bureau of Mines tables
Box 92
  • Copy for printer (2 folders)
Box 93
  • Volume II (galleys)
Box 94
  • Volume II (galleys)
  • Outlook for energy sources - letter of acknowledgment, transmittal, misc. correspondence for Vol. III
  • "Outlook for Energy Sources" - four studies on energy, introduction
  • "Outlook for Energy Sources" - oil, ch. 1, Vol. III
  • "Outlook for Energy Sources" - natural gas, ch. 2, Vol. III
  • "Outlook for Energy Sources" - coal, ch. 3, Vol. III
  • "Outlook for Energy Sources" - electric energy, ch. 4, Vol. III
Box 95
  • Volume III (galleys)
Box 96
  • Letter of transmittal, acknowledgment, misc. correspondence for Vol. IV
  • The promise of technology - "Improved Exploration for Minerals," ch. 2, Vol. IV
  • The promise of technology - "Technology of Iron and Steel," ch. 3, Vol. IV
  • The promise of technology - manganese, ch. 4, Vol. IV
  • The promise of technology - tin, ch. 5, Vol. IV
  • The promise of technology - titanium, ch. 6, Vol. IV
  • The promise of technology - zirconium, ch. 7, Vol. IV
  • The promise of technology - uncommon metals, ch. 8, Vol. IV
  • The promise of technology - tasks and opportunities, ch. 1, Vol. IV
Box 97
  • The promise of technology - ocean resources, ch. 9, Vol. IV
  • The promise of technology - forest products, ch. 10, Vol. IV
  • The promise of technology - building industry, ch. 11, Vol. IV
  • The promise of technology - coal products - chemicals, ch. 12, Vol. IV
  • The promise of technology - oil and gas, ch. 13, Vol. IV
  • The promise of technology - forecasts - petroleum chemicals, ch. 14, Vol. IV
  • The promise of technology - possibilities of solar energy, ch. 15, Vol. IV
Box 98
  • Volume IV (copies for the printer)
Box 99
  • Volume IV (copies for the printer)
Box 100
  • Volume IV (galleys)
Box 101
  • Volume IV (galleys)
Box 102
  • Volume IV (galleys)
  • Selected reports - Vol. V - letters of transmittal, acknowledgment
  • Selected reports - Vol. V - taxation of Canadian minerals industries, report 4
  • Selected reports - Vol. V - government exploration for minerals, report 1
  • Selected reports - Vol. V - mining laws and mineral leasing acts, report 2
  • Selected reports - Vol. V - incentives for minerals industries, report 3
Box 103
  • Selected reports - Vol. V - Domestic timber resources, report 5
  • Selected reports - Vol. V - The free world's forest resources, report 6
  • Selected reports - Vol. V - Future demands on land productivity, report 7
  • Selected reports - Vol. V - U.S. fertilizer resources, report 8
  • Selected reports - Vol. V - Water for U.S. industry, report 9
  • Selected reports - Vol. V - Venezuela "sows the petroleum", report 10
  • Selected reports - Vol. V - U.S. private investment abroad, report 11
  • Selected reports - Vol. V - guaranties for foreign investment, report 12
  • Selected reports - Vol. V - IBRD and materials development, report 13
  • Selected reports - Vol. V export - import loans for development, report 14
Box 104
  • Selected reports - Vol. V - counterpart funds for raw materials, report 15
  • Selected reports - Vol. V - government management contracts, report 16
  • The need for basic facts on minerals (not printed) Vol. V
  • Geologic maps for minerals discovery (not printed) Vol. V
  • The resources of Alaska (not printed) Vol. V
  • The Point Four Program (not printed) Vol. V
  • Volume V (copy for the printers)
Box 105
  • Volume V (printers copy - galleys)
Box 106
  • Volume V (galleys)
Box 107
  • Charts-digest of reports
Box 108
  • Summary report - history and statistics (4 folders)
Box 109
  • Icebox draft
  • (1) Part I - Introduction
  • (2) Part II - "Strengthening our Domestic Resource Base"
  • (3) Part III
  • (4) Part IV - "Materials"
  • (5) Part V - "Strengthening the Energy Resource Base"
  • (6) Part VI - "Strengthening the Technology Resource"
  • (7) Part VII - "Strengthening the Materials Base of National Security"
  • (8) Part VIII - "Strengthening Government Organization to do the Job"
Box 110
  • Interoffice memoranda - Hodgins-Ackerman
  • Interoffice memoranda - Hodgins-Coombs
  • Interoffice memoranda - Hodgins-Paley
  • Interoffice memoranda - Hodgins to staff
  • Interoffice memoranda - McConnell to staff (except Hodgins)
  • Interoffice memoranda - Ayres, Eugene
  • Interoffice memoranda - Avery, Julian
  • Interoffice memoranda - Hodgins-Cohen
  • Interoffice memoranda - Cohen memoranda - general
  • Interoffice memoranda - Hodgins to Commissioners
  • Interoffice memoranda - Hodgins-Pontius
  • Interoffice memoranda - Hodgins-Consultants
  • Interoffice memoranda - Hodgins-Page
  • Interoffice memoranda - Hodgins-White
  • Interoffice memoranda - Hodgins-McConnell
  • Interoffice memoranda - PMPC status sheet
  • Interoffice memoranda - security releases
  • Interoffice memoranda - chronological
  • Outside correspondence - Williams, Roger, Jr.
  • Outside correspondence - recruitment of personnel
  • Hodgins personal - correspondence
  • Hodgins personal - graphics
  • Hodgins personal - introduction
  • Hodgins personal - miscellaneous
  • Hodgins personal - organization
  • Hodgins personal - outlines
Box 111
  • Introduction - third draft - comments from staff
  • Introduction - Vol. I
  • Miscellaneous materials
  • Title suggestions
  • Volume II-A - schedules
  • Recommendations
  • Outlines
  • Report on interviews in Cleveland, Columbus Parker
  • Miscellaneous
  • National minerals policy
  • Outlines
  • Interview of Dr. Clark, Mr. Parker, Mr. Elias - Iron and Steel Institute
  • Questionnaire - forest resources and products
  • Introduction and comments - drafts, Vol. I
  • Commodity studies - 1st draft
  • Lasky comments on redrafts of commodity studies (2 folders)
  • Commodity studies memoranda
  • Hodgins exchange of memos with commodity analysis panel
  • Outline - domestic resources
  • Domestic resources - 1st draft
  • Informal note for Mr. Hodgins - (Howard Ball) - Aug. 14, 1951
  • Functions of domestic resources group (Coombs) - April 18, 1951
  • Domestic resources memoranda
  • Domestic resources policy
  • Hodgins exchange of memos with Domestic Resources
  • Liquid fuels meeting with Interior officials
  • Hodgins exchange of memos with Energy
  • Energy resources - 1st draft
  • Energy memoranda
  • Foreign resources memoranda
  • Foreign resources - 1st draft
  • General Analysis - 3rd draft
  • Alexander's commodity summaries - August 1951
  • Hodgins exchange of memos with General Analysis
  • Policy orientation - Harberger - Sept. 5, 1951
  • Ruhr industry and the Schuman Plan (W.N. Parker)
  • Hodgins exchange of memos with Legal
  • Memo to Commission re "contracts for special studies" (Isenbergh) - June 13, 1951
Box 112
  • Battelle project - statement
  • Koppers project
  • Universal oil project
  • Little, Arthur D.
  • Security & market policy - 1st draft
  • Security memoranda
  • Report of National Research Council (means for increasing mineral reserve)
  • Hodgins exchange of memos with Security and Market Policy
  • Memorandum to staff writers (Spencer)
  • Technology - drafts from Hodgins desk (2 folders)
  • Technology memoranda
  • Agenda and Hodgins' notes for Commission meeting of July 10, 1951
  • Gibson letter re PMPC representation on Conservation Coordinating Committee - March 19, 1951
  • Hodgins exchange of memos with Technology
  • Exchange of Technology - C. White's documents
  • Miscellaneous
  • Invitations to Commission meeting on technology section - April 2, 1951
  • Industrial Bulletin, A.D. Little, Inc.
  • Meeting with Zay Jeffries, Hodgins, Miller, Clark - May 16, 1951
  • Natural gas - petroleum as industrial raw material (non-energy uses)
  • Proposed outline for technology section of report (Hodgins)- Mar. 30, 1951
  • Temperature, energy and technological development (Elias)
  • Tyler's thoughts on scope and content of technology section of PMPC report
  • Technology draft (Hodgins) - May 30, 1951
  • Work schedule, technology
  • Yale Brozen (ch. 32), Conservation of Resources - textbook for economics
  • Yale Brozen - needed studies - June 27, 1951
  • Yale Brozen - research, technology and productivity
  • PMPC staff data
Box 113
  • Miscellaneous notes
  • Composite of commodities problems
  • Materials - Vol. III
  • Area tables - Aug. 28, 1951
  • Memoranda to Mr. Hodgins
  • Bibliography
  • Land productivity (Black report), Mason-Fritz
  • Point Four and foreign raw materials development
  • Graphics
  • Memoranda for files
  • Memos to and from Norvell Page
  • Complexities compounded
  • Venezuela - the materials path to national progress
  • Recent and prospective impact of technology on utilization and supply of forest products
Box 114
  • Index for first draft of report - Sept. 4, 1951
  • Maps - outline
  • Fertilizer resources and requirements of the U.S.
  • Liquid fuels - (Dwyer)
  • Letter to research institutes (non-government)
    GENERAL ANALYSIS SECTION
    Commodity File
Box 115
  • Commodities - general
  • Aluminum
  • Additives
  • Antimony
  • Bismuth
  • Cadmium
  • Carbon black
  • Chemicals
  • Chromium
  • Cobalt
  • Copper
  • Energy
  • Fluorspar
Box 116
  • Hides and skins
  • Iron and steel
  • Lead and zinc
  • Manganese
  • Magnesium
  • Miscellaneous strategic materials
  • Molybdenum
  • Natural gas
Box 117
  • Master-oil
  • Nickel
  • Phosphate
  • Potash
  • Rubber
  • Sulphur
  • Tin
  • Titanium
  • Tungsten
  • Wood and wood products
  • Zirconium
    DOMESTIC RESOURCES SECTION
    General Subject File
Box 118
  • Atmospheric effluence - Bureau of Mines
  • Conservation of materials and suppression of waste
  • Bureau of Standards - corrosion control
  • Exploration of minerals
  • Minerals - programming - extraction - exploitation
  • Fertilizers - preliminary study papers
Box 119
  • Fertilizer - reviews and correspondence
  • Fertilizers - sulphur, potash, phosphate, etc.
  • Fertilizer report
  • Forestry
Box 120
  • Land productivity
  • Land productivity - reviews of correspondence
  • Land reclamation
  • Population projections and plant expansion
  • Public lands and Alaska
Box 121
  • Standardization - Hodgins
  • Industrial water (working drafts)
  • Industrial water
  • Public Health Service - water pollution (States)
  • Water situation in ten selected areas
Box 122
  • Water - long range studies by States
    ENERGY RESOURCES SECTION
    General File
Box 123
  • Atomic energy
  • Carbon black report
  • Consumption of energy
  • Energy - energy general
  • Energy - coal and coke
  • Energy - electric power
  • Energy - oil and gas
  • Energy - solar energy
  • Energy - confidential
  • Hydroelectric projects
  • Liquid fuels
  • Meetings
  • Natural gas
  • Requirements and reserves
  • Saturation of appliances
  • Tables and charts
  • Work program
  • Coal - drafts 1-4
    Drafts of Report
Box 124
  • Electric energy - drafts 1-4
  • Natural gas - drafts 1-4
  • Liquid fuels - 1-4
  • Overall energy - drafts 1-3
    FOREIGN RESOURCES SECTION
    General Subject File
Box 125
  • Area tables - PMPC
  • Battelle project
  • Bibliographies
  • Buffer stocks
  • Cartels
  • Checklist
  • Economy of the Middle East in 1950, by Alfred Michaelis
  • Exploration
  • Foreign resources area - files - outline
  • Foreign defense minerals - committee meetings
  • Foreign supplies and requirements - Committee on - meetings - summary
Box 126
  • Commodity Credit Corporation
  • Defense Materials Procurement Agency
  • Defense Production Administration
  • General Services Administration
  • International Board of Research and Development
  • International Materials Conference
  • Office of Defense Mobilization
  • Department of State
  • United Nations
  • International Commodity Agreements
  • Investment guarantees
  • Latin America
  • Mining geologists meeting
  • Multiple exchange rates
  • Outline - foreign resources area
  • Projects (Bateman, Alan M.)
  • Projects - legal and administrative obstacles (Brewster, K.)
  • Projects - Feis, Herbert
  • Projects - Parks, Wallace
  • Projects - Commerce -private procurement practices (Kahn)
  • Projects - ECA - general
  • Projects - ECA - role of investment guarantees in stimulating U.S. private investment in foreign materials development (Morrisson)
  • Projects - ECA - Southeast Asia and dependent areas
Box 127
  • Projects - Interior - exploration
  • Projects - Export-Import Bank - role in foreign materials development
  • Projects - International Bank - role in foreign materials development
  • Projects - case studies covering major commodities and areas (Brodie-State)
  • Projects - TCA - exploration
  • Procurement (2 folders)
  • Rockefeller report
  • Report - general
  • Tariff tables
  • Tax incentives
  • Treaties
  • Chronological reading file - Mar-July 1951
  • Chronological reading file - Aug. 1951-Jan. 1952
    Working Files
Box 128
  • Overseas territories development
  • General - I.A.
  • Metallic minerals - Aluminum (bauxite)
  • Metallic minerals - Copper
  • Metallic minerals - Iron ore
  • Metallic minerals - Lead
  • Metallic minerals - Manganese
  • Metallic minerals - Magnesium
  • Metallic minerals - Molybdenum
  • Metallic minerals - Nickel
  • Metallic minerals - Steel
  • Metallic minerals - Tin
  • Metallic minerals - Tungsten
  • Metallic minerals - Zinc
  • Non-metallic minerals - phosphates
  • Non-metallic minerals - graphite
  • Non-metallic minerals - potash
  • Non-metallic minerals - sulphur
  • Energy - resources - petroleum
  • Energy - resources - other
Box 129
  • Obstacles to foreign investment - political climate
  • Obstacles to foreign investment - restrictive policies on entry
  • Obstacles to foreign investment - taxation problems
  • Obstacles to foreign investment - restrictive export policies
  • Obstacles to foreign investment - C.J. Nichols papers
  • Measures for overcoming obstacles - improvement of climate
  • Measures for overcoming obstacles - tax incentives
  • Measures for overcoming obstacles - investment treaties
  • Measures for overcoming obstacles - investment guarantees
  • Measures for overcoming obstacles - other
  • Encouragement of foreign materials development - local financing problem
  • Encouragement of foreign materials development - international loans
  • Encouragement of foreign materials development - U.S. government activities
  • Encouragement of foreign materials development - international arrangement
  • Encouragement of foreign materials development - rubber program
  • Encouragement of foreign materials development - J. Frank
  • Encouragement of foreign materials development - ways to increase U.S. imports (South America)
  • Encouragement of foreign materials development - U.S. foreign investment statistics
  • Encouragement of foreign materials development - Vol. 5 studies
  • Encouragement of foreign materials development - United Nations programs
  • Encouragement of foreign materials development - miscellaneous
  • Technical assistance - Other
  • Technical assistance - foreign resources
  • Technical assistance - Venezuela
    SECURITY AND MARKET POLICY SECTION
    Drafts of Chapters (Report)
Box 130
  • Allocations
  • Assumptions - security
  • Brozen, Yale
  • Buffer stocks
  • Bulk purchase arrangements (United Kingdom)
  • General commodities - reference material - specialists
  • Committee to purchase contracts
  • Ames, Edward - Federal Reserve Board
  • International commodity arrangements - security
  • Issues - market policy
  • Issues - security
  • Legal - general counsel
  • Long term contracts
  • Market policy
  • Market stability
  • Materials policy - drafts - (stencil copies)
  • Materials security
  • Miscellaneous
  • Political impact of security
  • Price guarantees - security
  • Tin
    TECHNOLOGY SECTION
    Technology File
Box 131
  • Aluminum
  • American Can Co.
  • American Society for Metals
  • Atomic energy
  • Automobiles
  • Battelle Memorial Institute
  • Bell Telephone Laboratories
  • Chemicals
  • Coal
  • Cobalt
  • Conference on Quantitative Description of Technological Change
Box 132
  • Conversations - F. Clark
  • Conversations - DeVeau
  • Copper
  • Correspondence, misc.
  • Diamonds
  • DuPont
  • Elias' - reports, correspondence, etc.
  • Interior Department correspondence
  • Koppers Company, Inc.
  • "Coal Products as Raw Materials for the Chemical Industry"
Box 133
  • Arthur D. Little, Inc.
  • Lukens Steel Co.
  • Magnesium
  • Manganese
  • Metallic minerals and metals
  • Metallurgical Advisory Board
  • Molybdenum
  • National Research Council
  • National Science Foundation
  • Patents
  • Personnel
  • Petroleum
Box 134
  • Proceedings of the PMPC - April 9, 1951
  • Research file
  • Russian reserves and production
  • Standard Oil Co.
  • Steel
  • Technology - comments on
  • Tin
  • Titanium
Box 135
  • Tungsten
  • Tyler's reports and correspondence
  • Universal Oil Products Co.
  • Waste suppression
  • Weyheuser Sales Co.
  • Zinc
  • Zirconium
    Construction Materials File
Box 136
  • Work notes - preliminary papers
  • Cabot correspondence - construction technology
  • Federal anti-trust cases (1946-) involving construction - building industry
  • Construction - general
  • Construction - institutional
  • Construction materials requirements (Stone study)
  • Stone research, Chapter IV, technology (construction)
Box 137
  • Work sheets (appendix) - Chapter IV, Stone
  • U.S. vs. Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co. (Civil Action #5239), June 17, 1947
    COMMODITY SECTION
    Commodity Studies
Box 138
  • Aluminum
  • Chromium
  • Coal
  • Construction material
  • Copper
  • Fertilizer
  • Forest products
  • Glass
  • Industrial water
  • Iron and steel
  • Land and water
  • Lead
  • Magnesium
  • Manganese
  • Molybdenum
  • Nickel
  • Phosphates
  • Potash
  • Rubber
  • Sulphur
  • Tin
  • Titanium
  • Zinc
  • Miscellaneous commodities
  • Miscellaneous minerals
  • Chemicals
  • Secondary metals
  • Projections
Box 139
  • Commodity documents
  • Questionnaire
    GENERAL COMMISSION SECTION
    Issuances
  • Commission documents
  • Progress reports
  • Commission meetings - agenda - minutes
  • Issuances - general
  • Administrative issuances
  • Domestic resources (2 folders)
Box 140
  • General analysis
  • Legal issuances
  • Security and market policy
  • Domestic resources policy
  • Energy resources
  • Foreign resources
  • Defense program
  • Technology (2 folders)
  • Commodity reports
Box 141
  • Oversize items
  • Resources for Freedom, Volume I, Foundations for Growth and Security
  • Resources for Freedom, Volume II, The Outlook for Key Commodities
  • Resources for Freedom, Volume III, The Outlook for Energy Sources
  • Resources for Freedom, Volume IV, The Promise of Technology
  • Resources for Freedom, Volume V, Selected Reports to the Commission

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