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Series IX. U.S. Housing Amendments [series]:
 
1938 [subseries]:
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House Committee on Banking and Currency Hearing on Amendments to U.S.H. Act 1938, Apirl 28-May 5, 1938, Bill S3911, draft of bill showing propsed additions and deletions Bill H10417, NAHO print of proposed bill and explanations
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U.S. Housing Act of 1937 as amended. . .1938 Public. . .412 75th congress, 1st session, chapter 896
 
1939 [subseries]:
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Congress hearings and reports: Senate: Subcommittee of the Committee on Education and Labor; hearings April 7-8, 1939 to amend the United States Housing Act of 1937. Washington GPO 1939 Senate. Report [to accompany S5911] amending the US Housing act of 1937, May 22, 1939, Washington, GPO 1939; House: Committee on Banking and Currency; Hearings June 26-July 13, 1939 Amendments of 1939 to the US Housing Act. Washington GPO, 1939 Congress hearings and reports: Congress, Temporary National Economic Committee, Hearings June 27-July 14, 1939, Investigation of Concertration of Economic Power, Part II Construction Industry, Washington, GPO, 1940; House, Report [to accompany S. 591] July 18, 1939 Amending the US Housing Act of 1937, Washington GPO 1939
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"Amendments of 1939-Promotion Material"-"What are Housing Costs" file of charts, tables, etc., leaflets on USHA costs from American Federation of Housing Authorities; acts S. 1275, S. 2240; US Housing Act of 1937 as amended (Dept. of Interior print); USHA memoranda
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"Debate on S. 591"-Congressional Record, house: Aug. 3, 1939-March. 16, 1939; Senate: June 7, 1939 debate on amendments to USHA Act
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"House Hearing"-U.S. Housing Act Amendment, 1939; Speech and exhibits presented by Nathan Straus, administrator USHA to House Committee on Banking and Currency, to urge adoption Houisng Bill S. 591, press release on speech MC
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"Housing Investigation"-U.S. Housing Act Amendment 1939; Resolution to empower Special Senate Committee chosen from Senate Committee on Banking and Currency and on Education and Labor to investigate housing situation TS, MS notes
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"Studies for 1939 Amendments"-U.S. Housing Act Amendment, 1939; Letter, report to Secretary of Interior for approval of Bureau of Budget, Dept. of Treasury for Housing Bill S.591; charts, calculations on costs of program (TS and MS), administrator's statement to Senate Committee, reply of Treasury Dept.
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"Tyding's Speech"-U.S. Housing Act Amendment, 1939; Speech of Senator Millard Tydings (D, Me.) attacking USHA program for cost of housing units exemption from local taxation, rent subsitdies on March 8, 1939, Congressional Record, draft of Senator Wagner's reply in Congressional Record, March 16, 1939; MS calculations on costs and Tydings questions extra edition, copy of Natna Straus' answers to questions in Tydings letters of March 31 and April 3
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U.S. Congress, House, Report 1208-U.S. Housing Act Amendment, 1939; Amending the U.S. Housing Act of 1937 S. 591, Steagall Report, 76th Congress 1st session Rep. #1208
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U.S. Congress, House, Committee on Banking and Currency; Amendments of 1939 to the U.S. Housing Act, Hearings on S. 591, congress 76th, 1st session
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U.S. Congress, Senate-Amending, U.S. Housing Act of 1937, Report 463, S. 591, 76th Congress, 1st session, Sub. Sen. Ellender
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U.S. Congress, Senate, Committee on Education and Labor; To Amend the U.S. Housing Act of 1937, Hearings on S. 591, 76th Congress, 1st session
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"United States Housing Act Amendments of 1939, List of material related thereto"-Date prepared by USHA, indexed and tabulated, for department heads and personnel to answer objections to program, copy of memo transmitting folio by Leon Keyserling, Deputy Administrator
 
1940 [subseries]:
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"Amendments of 1940-Extra Copies"-Proposed amendments of 1940 to U.S. Housing Act of 1937, incl. Bill S. 591 and amendments by House Committee on Banking and Currency; National Defense Housing amendment and other material on defense housing, proposed amendments of 1941, and Senate; Temporary National Economic Committee; Monograph #8 Toward More Housing
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"Amortization Tables-1940 Amend."-Tables on costs of USHA program based on differing amounts of grants and differing length of loans (MC and MS)
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"Capital Grant Plan (100% and 40%)"-Reports and tables on Comparions of Congressman Gores' and 1005 captial grant scheme with USHA plan (TS and MS)
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"Interest-Waiver Plan"-Reports, drafts, correspondence, calculations analysis by Vinton on Congressman Gore's "Interest-waiver plan" proposal to abolish annual contributory systema and substitute plan whereby Federal government would lend money to local housing authoritites for a 20-25 year period and waive interest and comparision with current USHA plan
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"Proposed amendments"-clipped folder on amendments of 1940 indexed: acts and bills, Bill as reported by House; very short bills 6/8, 6/19; short bill of 6/3/40; long bill of 5/29/40; statements and studies
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"Proposed Amend.- S. 434 and H.R. 10416 and 10417"-Bills S. 4344, H.R. 10416, H.R. 10417 and Congressional Record, Sept. 12, 1940
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"Studies-1940 Amend."-U.s. Housing Act Amendment, 1940: Statistical data on changed and enlarged USHA program resulting from amendment to Housing Act: reports, correspondence, tables, etc. (MC, TS and MS)