2 edition of Index of Congressional committee hearings (not confidential in character) prior to January 3, 1935, in the United States Senate Library found in the catalog.
Index of Congressional committee hearings (not confidential in character) prior to January 3, 1935, in the United States Senate Library
Edwin A. Halsey
Includes supplements to 1935 index : covering seventy-fourth Congress (January 3, 1935), to Eighty-third (January 5, 1954).
|Statement||Edwin A. Halsey ; revised by James D. Preston, Robert L. Baldridge, Harold D. Hantz.|
|Contributions||Preston, James D., Baldridge, Robert L. 1910-, Hantz, Harold D. 1911-, United States. Congress., United States. Congress. Senate. Library.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 1056 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||1056|
|LC Control Number||35026894|
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