Study of Monopoly Power: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Study of Monopoly Power of the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Eighty-first Congress, First-[second] Session ...

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Contents

S21 Table Minnesota ironore production for openpit beneficiating
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Eohibit NO Description Page
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S29 Table Minnesota ironore reserves as of January 1 1943 reduced
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S34 Table Total Minnesota ironore shipments by ranges and railroads
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S39 Table Minnesota ironore shipments by companies year 1940_
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S42 Complaint before the Interstate Commerce Commission No 29502
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S43 Table Annual Lake Superior ironore shipments 194549 by prin
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S50 Invoice dated May 19 1947 RM568 from Joe Mosteller Cartersville
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cerning umber ore
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S56 Dismissal of petition filed December 19 1935 by the United States
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S62 Letter from W D Pittman manager of sales Bethlehem Steel
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S67 Memorandum for the Attorney General prepared by John Lord
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S68 Summary of evidence obtained in connection with Department
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S71 Memorandum submitted to the London committee by the British
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S_75A Arrangements with the American group
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Exhibit No Description Page
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BEFORE
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Echibit No Description Page
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S78C Letter to Mr William B Todd on negotiations by the American
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S147 Letter Rod M Peat October 9 1939 to P Bianchi
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S82A Extract from minutes of joint coordinating committee June
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S84B List of people present at meeting of British representatives
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S85E Reply to the protocol telephoned by Mr Outwater January 11 1938
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S89A Legal memorandum on the WebbPomerene Act
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Exhibit No Description Page
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International Sales Comptoirs January 1937
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S93 Memorandum on the history of the International Steel Cartel and
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March 29 1939_
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S99 Minutes of the third meeting of the London committee held at Steel
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S103 Minutes of the seventh meeting between the London committee
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S105 Minutes of the ninth meeting of the London committee held
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S109 Minutes of the meeting of the Commission of Comptoirs held
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S110 Letter I F Elliot June 24 1938 to K Headlam Morley Iron
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S149 Letter Groupement des Industries Siderurgigues Luxembourgeoises
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ment of steel industry in Greece_
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S121 Letter from Pierre Pucheu export manager of Comptoir Siderur
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S123 Letter from Condoutzis Parianos Piraeus Greece to Hector
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S117 Memorandum December 6 1938 on development of steel industry
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S126A Letter from the International Steel Cartel Luxemburg to Pierre
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S130 Letter May 28 1937 on development of steel industry in Greece_
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S135 Letter February 2 1938 regarding rolling mill in Greece_
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S140 Letter to International Steel Cartel August 3 1938 regarding
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S1914 Table Summary analysis of the earned surplus accounts of
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Statement showing relation
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Relationship of reserves for
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S197 Interlocking directorates of the officers and directors of 16 steel
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S198 Listing of companies with which any of the 242 officers and direc
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S199 Selected companies affiliated with each of the 16 steel producers
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S201 Thirtytwo officers and directors of J P Morgan Co Inc and their
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S203 The partners of Morgan Stanley Co
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EDWARD H LEVI Counsel
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Exhibit No Description Page
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S218 Letter to E S Duval manager alloy and stainless steel accounts
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S224 Memorandum dated March 20 1942 to the President from
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S225C Price indexes of steelmill products United States Department
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S226 List of extras hotrolled carbon steel structural shapes Carnegie
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S227 Extras hotrolled carbon steel structural shapes Bethlehem Steel
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S228 Table List of March 1937 price changes
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S247A Graph Wage rates versus steel prices_
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Exhibit No Description Page
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S252A Graph Percent of ingot capacity operated annual average versus
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S257A Graph Capital expenditures 193549
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S261 Interstate Commerce Commission data relating to rates of return
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sylvania Railroad Co for the years 1947 and 1948
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S263C Table Income profit on stockholders investment capital stock
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S265 Diagram of Ferrostan Electrolytic Tinning Line
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S282 Graph Carbon steel coldrolled strip variations in prices since
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S297 Graph Twelve steel companiesincome percent of investment
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Exhibit No Description Page
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S315 Federal Prison Industries Inc proposal No JPI 411213 bids
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S319A Federal Prison Industries Inc schedule No JPI40969 bids
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Exhibit No Description Page
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S332 Letter Emanuel Celler chairman Subcommittee on Study
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Statement for the American Short Line Railroad Association by C
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steel industry July 1 1940 to December 31 1944
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Table number and amount of RFC loans authorized to companies in
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Amended complaint In the matter of National Electrical Manufacturers
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STEEL EXHIBITS
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Complaint United States v American Steel and Wire Company Civil
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Judgments United States v American Steel and Wire Company Civil
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Amended complaint In the matter of American Iron Steel Institute et al
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Complaint In the matter of American Sheet and Tinplate Co et al
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landCliffs Iron Co May 21 1947
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No 3 Bethlehem Steel Corp
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Securities and Exchange Commission Registration No 27791 amendment
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Securities and Exchange Commission Registration No 25619 amendment
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Securities and Exchange Commission Registration No 26785 amen nent
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Prospectus Portsmouth Steel Corp June 26 1946_
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Supplement to prospectus of Portsmouth Steel Corp dated June 26 1946
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Summary of investments profits and rates of return on stockholders
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