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Correspondence, Memoranda - 1937-38 - A Review of the Productivity and Service of the Play Bureau From January 1936 to December 1936
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administrative records
Notes
-  Federal Theatre Project Collection: Administrative Records - Background File.
-  The Administrative Records - Background File (1935-40 and undated) consists of 10 containers (Boxes 1-10) and comprises correspondence, memoranda, reports, inventories, reorganization plans, operations manuals, briefs, speeches, and administrative forms relating to the background, organization, policies, services, and procedures of the Federal Theatre Project (FTP). Included are charts and miscellany dealing with the administrative organization, weekly receipts, attendance records, and information for a House of Representatives committee.
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Correspondence, Memoranda - 1937-38 - A Review of the Productivity and Service of the Play Bureau From January 1936 to December 1936. Image. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/farbf.00020013/. (Accessed February 19, 2017.)

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Correspondence, Memoranda - 1937-38 - A Review of the Productivity and Service of the Play Bureau From January 1936 to December 1936. [Image] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/farbf.00020013/.

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Correspondence, Memoranda - 1937-38 - A Review of the Productivity and Service of the Play Bureau From January 1936 to December 1936. Image. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <https://www.loc.gov/item/farbf.00020013/>.