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Journal Article

Lessons in Solving Labor, Credit and Other Production Problems

A. E. Grantham
The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
Vol. 74, The World's Food (Nov., 1917), pp. 210-223
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Notes and References

This item contains 13 references.

  • 1
    Bulletin II. May 22, 1917
  • 2
    John T. Willard, Secretary, Committee on Food Production and Conservation, Massachusetts Committee on Public Safety under date of August 4, 1917
  • 3
    Fred C. Croxton. "War Employment in Ohio." Monthly Review of the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Vol. IV, June, 1917, No. 6.
  • 4
    Mr. Alfred Gaskill, Director of the Department of Conservation and Development of the State of New Jersey, under date of August 13, 1917
  • 5
    Mr. Lewis T. Bryant, Commissioner of the Department of Labor of New Jersey under date of August 15, 1917
  • 6
    L. H. Carrus, Assistant Superintendent of Public Instruction, New Jersey, under date of August 10, 1917
  • 7
    Dr. J. G. Lipman, Director of the New Jersey Experiment Sta- tion, under date of August 9, 1917
  • 8
    J. M. Jones, Director Agricultural Extension, Virginia Agri- cultural and Mechanical College, Blacksburg, Va. under date of August 20, 1917
  • 9
    Letter under date of August 17, 1917.
  • 10
    T. B. Symonds, Director of Agricultural Extension, Maryland State College of Agriculture, under date of August 3, 1917
  • 12
    A. M. Loomis, Commissioner in charge of Loans and Farm Funds, New York State Food Supply Commission, under date of August 6, 1917
  • 13
    Wilfred Wheeler, Secretary, State Board of Agriculture of Massachusetts under date of August 6, 1917
  • 15
    Bulletin No. 3. New York State Food Supply Commission, July 9, 1917.
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