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Statistical Materials

These volumes include statistics, past and current, of individual industries. These statistics can explain how codes came into existence, reasons for regulations, and predictions for future economic behavior.

Statistical Materials, no. 1[-463] Prepared by the Industry Statistics Unit, National Recovery Administration. [Washington] 1935-36.
LC Call Number: HC106.3 .A518
LC Catalog Record: 36026489

The National Recovery Administration (NRA):
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Code Industry Date
1 Cotton Textile Industry Dec-35
4 Electrical Manufacturing Industry Nov-35
14 Rayon & Synthetic Yarn Producing Industry Dec-35
20 Salt Producing Industry Jan-36
36 Glass Container Industry Jan-36
43 Ice Industry Dec-35
67 Fertilizer Dec-35
71 Paint, Varnish, Lacquer Manufacturing Dec-35
81 Copper & Brass Mill Products Industry Dec-35
88 Business Furniture, Storage, Filing Supply Jan-36
90 Funeral Supply Nov-35
99 Asphalt Shingle & Roofing Manufacturing Jan-36
101 Cleaning & Dyeing Trade Dec-35
128 Cement Industry Mar-36
164 Knitted Outerwear Nov-35
202 Carpet & Rug Manufacturing Jan-36
204 Plumbing Fixtures Jan-36
265 Coffee Industry Feb-36
410 Retail Rubber Tire & Battery Trade Mar-36
463 Candy Manufacturing Jan-36
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