Investigation of the Naval Defense Program: Hearings Before the Committee on Naval Affairs, House of Representatives, Seventy-seventh Congress, Second Session, Pursuant to H. Res. 162, a Resolution Authorizing and Directing an Investigation of the Naval Defense Program, Volumes 1-6

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Navy Department Bureau of Supplies and Accounts Cost Inspection Division
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General and administrative expenses Schedule 2
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NITED STATES OF AMERICA
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CONTENTS
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Testimony
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WITNESSES
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Baumann Arthur C Oakland N J president Structural Steel Erecting
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Ward Allen McLane Philadelphia Pa purchasing agent Murphy
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Bishop Lt Cornelius B S Civil Engineer Corps V S United States
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Davidson Lt Roscoe Alexander United States Naval Reserve Lansdowne
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Hanson Capt Ralph Trowbridge Philadelphia Pa supervisor of ship
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Hiller Dorothea Philadelphia Pa Cravens Sales Co Philadelphia Pa 422440
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Masterson Walter Edward Jr Philadelphia Pa administrative assistant
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