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S-305. Table. United States Steel's financial story, 1902–49-

656

S-306. Table. United States Steel's capital stock and stockholders---- 657

S-307. Table. Distribution of United States Steel's common stock versus

population and national income --

658

S-308. Table. Capacity and production of pig iron, ingots, and finished

steel products, total United States and percent by United States Steel

Corp

659

S-308A. Table. Total capacity and production of particular finished steel

products and percent by United States Steel Corp--

660

S-308B. Table. Combined shipments, 14 steel companies and United

States Steel Corp. shipments of selected carbon steel products by geo-

graphic area, 1940 and 1947_--

662

S-309. Table. United States Steel Corp.'s equity in net profit and loss

of subsidiaries-

661

S-309A. Table. United States Steel Corp. investments and securities

of affiliates --

664

S-309B. Table. Investment and earnings of United States Steel

subsidiaries.

665

S-309C. Table. United States Steel Corp.'s equity in profit and loss of

subsidiaries as a percent of investment, average 1941, 1948, and 1949---- 666

S-310. Letter, February 4, 1943, to Paul F. Voigt, Jr., Pittsburgh, man-
ager, Stainless Steel Division from F. R. Gammon.-

666

S-311. Letter to Mr. Paul F. Voigt, Carnegie Illinois Steel Corp., May

28, 1942, summary of bids, from J. D. Darby -

667

S-312. Letter, E. S. Duval, Columbia Steel Co., September 10, 1941,

summary of bids from E. J. Howay-

667

S_313. Memo, P. F. Voigt, Jr., Carnegie Illinois Steel Corp., March 25, 1941,

summary of bids, from B. J. McKeown/P-

668

S-314. United States Navy, Negotiation No. 2467, bids thereon.

668

S-315. Federal Prison Industries Inc., proposal No. JPI 41–1213, bids

thereon---

669

S-316. Federal Prison Industries Inc., invitation to bid, schedule No.

JPI 41-1180 --

669

S-316A. Federal Prison Industries Inc., bids submitted on schedule No.

JPI-41-1180---

670

S-316B. Federal Prison Industries, Inc., bids submitted on schedule No.

JPI-41-1180

671

S-316C. Federal Prison Industries, Inc., bids submitted on schedule No.

JPI-41-1180

672

S-316D. Federal Prison Industries, Inc., items accepted, schedule JPI-
41-1180----

673

S-317. Federal Prison Industries, Inc., schedule No. JPI-40-1060, invita-

tion and list of items_---

673

S-317A. Federal Prison Industries, Inc., schedule No. JPI-40–1060, bids

submitted

674

S-318. Federal Prison Industries, Inc., schedule No. JPI-40–1013, invita-

tion and list of items.

675

S-318A. Federal Prison Industries, Inc., schedule No. JPI-40–1013, bids

submitted --

677

S-318B. Federal Prison Industries, Inc., schedule No. JPI-40-1013, bids

submitted ----

678

S-319. Federal Prison Industries, Inc., schedule No. JPI-40–969, invitation

and list of items_-

679

S-319A. Federal Prison Industries, Inc., schedule No. JPI-40–969, bids

submitted-----

680

S-320. Abstract of bids, November 13, 1940, materials for light plate. Facing 680

S-321. Abstract of bids, September 27, 1939, steel strip--

Facing 680

S-322. Abstract of bids, October 21, 1938, steel strip-

Facing 680

S-323. Abstract of bids, October 11, 1940, light plate steel

Facing 680

S-324, Graph. Farmers' share in population and income.

681

S-325. Graph. Steel capacity (United States) 1884 to date.

681

S-326. Graph. Three estimates of steel production per capita required for

full employment, United States.

S-327. Graph. United States production of steel, percent of capacity, and

percent earned on investment by 11 principal companies--

Letter, E. B. Germany, president, Lone Star Steel Co., April 26, 1950, to

Chairman Celler..

Statement for the American Short Line Railroad Association by C. A.

Miller, vice president and general counsel--

Letter, Harley Hise, Chairman, Reconstruction Finance Corporation, June

20, 1950, to Hon. Emanuel Celler, M. C--------

Table, summary of RFC loan authorizations to companies in the iron

and steel industry through June 9, 1950-----

Table, detail of RFC loan authorizations to companies in the iron and

steel industry, January 1, 1945, to June 9, 1950__-

Letter, Harley Hise, Chairman, Reconstruction Finance Corporation, June

30, 1950, to Hon. Emanuel Celler, M. C---

Table, detail of RFC loan authorizations to companies in the iron and

steel industry, July 1, 1940, to December 31, 1944----

Table, detail of RFC loan authorizations to companies in the iron and

steel industry through June 30, 1940.-

Table, number and amount of RFC loans authorized to companies in the

iron and steel industry through June 9, 1950.-

Letter, Ralph M. Carson, Davis, Polk, Waldwell, Sunderland & Kiendi,

June 2, 1950, to Hon. Earl C. Michener, M. C..

Letter, Hon. Emanuel Celler, M. C., July 6, 1950, to Ralph M. Carson,

Davis, Polk, Wardwell, Sunderland & Kiendi.

Letter, Ralph M. Carson, Davis, Polk, Wardwell, Sunderland & Kiendi,

July 7, 1950, to Chairman Celler-

Complaint, In the matter of National Electrical Manufacturers Associa-

tion et al., F. T. C. Docket No. 2565, July 22, 1935_-

Amended complaint, In the matter of National Electrical Manufacturers

Association, F. T. C. Docket No. 2565, November 16, 1935.-

Findings of fact and conclusions, In the matter of National Electrical
Manufacturers Association, F. T. C. Docket No. 2565, December 29,

1936 -
Order to cease and desist, In the matter of National Electrical Manufac-

turers Association et al., F. T. C. Docket No. 2565, December 29,
1936

Complaint, United States v. American Steel and Wire Company, Civil No.

33-128, Southern District of New York--

Judgments, United States v. American Steel and Wire Company, Civil No.

33-128, Southern District of New York, April 25 and April 30, 1947---

Complaint, In the matter of American Iron & Steel Institute et al., FTC

Docket No. 5508, August 14, 1947----

Amended complaint, In the matter of American Iron & Steel Institute et al.,

FTC Docket No. 5508, November 13, 1947-

Complaint, In the matter of American Sheet and Tinplate Co., et al., FTC

Docket No. 2741, March 13, 1936..

Amended complaint, In the matter of American Sheet and Tinplate Co.,

et al., FTC Docket No. 2741, March 26, 1936...

730

735

Securities and Exchange Commission, Investment Company Act of 1940,

Release No. 1059, In the matter of the Cliffs Corporation and the Cleve-

land-Cliffs Iron Co., May 21, 1947-

Securities and Exchange Conimission, Registration No. 2-5799, amendment

No. 3, Bethlehem Steel Corp---

Securities and Exchange Commission, Registration No. 2–6819, amendment

No. 3, Bethlehem Steel Corp-

Securities and Exchange Commission, Registration No. 2–7791, amendment

No. 3, Bethlehem Steel Corp------

Securities and Exchange Commission, Registration No. 2–7862, amendment

No. 2 to Form S-1, Colorado Fuel & Iron Corp----

Securities and Exchange Commission, Registration No. 2-5619, amendment

No. 2, Wheeling Steel Corp----

Securities and Exchange Commission, Registration No. 2–7120, amendment

No. 2, Wheeling Steel Corp--

Securities and Exchange Commission, Registration No. 2–7641, amendment

No. 3, Alan Wood Steel Co----

Securities and Exchange Commission, Registration No. 2-6785, amendment

No. 2, Crucible Steel Co----

Securities and Exchange Commission, Registration No. 2–6323, amendment

No. 3, Sharon Steel Corp----

Securities and Exchange Commission, amendment No. 3 to Form S-1,

Colorado Fuel & Iron Corp--

Thirtieth annual report, Wheeling Steel, fiscal year ended December 31,

1949

Prospectus, Portsmouth Steel Corp., June 26, 1946_

Supplement to prospectus of Portsmouth Steel Corp. dated June 26, 1946,

relating to 1,025,000 shares of common stock of such corporation---

Customers of the United States Steel Corp. expressing satisfaction with

the corporation in letters to the Subcommittee on Study of Monopoly

Power---

Sample correspondence received by the Subcommittee on Study of Monop-

oly Power from steel customers expressing satisfaction with the United

States Steel Corp-----

Summary of investments, profits, and · rates of return on stockholders'

investment for United States Steel Corp. and other leading steel com-

panies after provision for Federal and other income taxes.--

Summary of investments, profits, and rates of return on total investment

for United States Steel Corp. and other leading steel companies after

provision for Federal and other income taxes..

Investments, profits, and rates of return on stockholders' investment for

each of the 10 leading steel companies after provision for Federal

and other income taxes--

Investment, profits, and rates of return on total investment for each of the

10 leading steel companies, for the years 1947 and 1948 after provision

for Federal and other income taxes.

Excerpt from the Iron Age, December 29, 1949, page 62.

860

860

[blocks in formation]

104.2

102.2

103.4

101.4

102.9

100.9

105.0

103.0

109.4

107.4

114.9

112.9

113.9

111.9

Maximum Iron ore supplies:

At normal (85 percent) steel production.

At full steel production..

Emergency (restricted imports).

Deficiency of supply:

At normal (85 percent) steel production.

At full steel production..

Emergency (restricted imports).

None

8.7

10.7

None

10.2

12.2

None

11.8

13.8

None

9.7

11.7

None

5.3

7.3

None

1.0

3.0

None

3.0

5.0

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(In millions of tons]

Steel

capacity

Produc-

tion at

85 percent

capacity

Pig iron

require-

ments at

85 percent

steel

capacity

Iron ore

Pig iron

Iron ore

require- require- require

ments at ments at ments at

85 percent 100 percent 100 percent

steel

steel

steel

capacity capacity capacity

Jan. 1:

1950.

1951.

1952.

1953.

1954

1955.

1956.

1957

1958

1959

1960

1965

1970.

Net tons

99.4

100.0

101.0

101.0

101.0

102.0

103.0

104.0

106.0

108.0

110.0

117.0

125, 0

Net tons

84.5

85.0

85.9

85.9

85.9

86.7

87.6

88.4

90.0

91.7

93. 5

99.5

106.3

Net tons

57.5

57.8

58.4

58.4

58.4

59.0

59.6

60.1

61.2

62.4

63.6

67.7

72.3

Gross tons

96.0

86.5

97.5

97.5

97.5

98.5

99.5

100.4

102, 2

104.2

106. 2

113.1

120.7

Net tons

67.6

68.0

68.7

68.7

68.7

69.4

70.0

70.7

72.1

73.4

74.8

79.6

85.0

Gross tons

112.9

113.6

114.7

114.7

114.7

115. 9

116.9

118,1

120.4

122.6

124,9

132.9

1420

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