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JOSEPH C. O'MAHONEY, Wyoming, Chairman
HUGH BUTLER, Nebraska
EUGENE D. MILLIKIN, Colorado
GUY CORDON, Oregon
GEORGE W. MALONE, Nevada
ARTHUR V. WATKINS, Utah
N. D. McSHERRY, A88istant Chief Clerk
Humphrey, Hubert H., United States Senator from Minnesota.
tion Coal Co., Pittsburgh, Pa
Production and average value per ton, 1915–49 (fig. 11).
for space-heating purposes in the primary anthracite market area, 1929
and 1936–49 (fig. 8)---
Production and average number of men employed in, 1915–49 (fig. 9) --
Statistical trends in Pennsylvania, 1915–49 (table 5)
Trends of bituminous and lignite production, realization, and net
income or deficit in the United States, 1905–49 (fig. 7) -
Minerals from public lands, production of, 1920-48.
re fuel-energy inquiry -
Pa., letter transmitting views of anthracite industry re nature and scope
plants in New England and the Middle Atlantic States, 1948-49 (table
Receipts under the Mineral Leasing Act, February 25, 1920, to June 30,
S. 3215—A bill to establish the Commission on the Coal Industry-
conservation of the coal resources of the Nation to assure an adequate
supply of coal and for other purposes -
Bipartisan Coal Commission...
and formulate a national fuel policy of the United States.
dent re legislation to establish a Commission on the Coal Industry ----