Depression Decade: From New Era through New Deal, 1929-1941

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Holders of Public Debt, Various Dates 46
Indexes of Changes in Quantity, Unit Value, and Total Value of Exports and Imports of Merchandise, Selected Years 1926 to 1930 to 1941392
U. S. Exports, Including Re-exports, Selected Years 1938 to 1941393
Lend-Lease Exports by Months, 1941394
Lend-Lease Exports, by Countries, 1941394
Lend-Lease Exports, by Selected Subgroups, 1941395
Exports of Domestic Merchandise, by Economic Classes, 1940 and 1941395
Stock Prices: Dow Jones & Co., Inc., and New York Times Averages, 1929 to 1941438
Sales on New York Stock Exchange: Volume, 1929 to 1941438
Commercial and Industrial Failures, Number and Liabilities, 1929 to 1941 439
Capital Issues, Summary by Classes, 1929 to 1941440
Bank Debits to Deposit Accounts; Volume Reported by Banks in 141 Leading Cities, 1929 to 1941441
Reconstruction Finance Corporation: Loan and Other Authorizations, by Character of Loans; Purchases of Securities from PWA; and Allocations to Other Governmental Agencies, February 2, 1932, to December 31, 1941442
Farm Real Estate: Land Transfers and Values, 1929 to 1941444
Exports and Imports of Merchandise, 1929 to 1941444
Gross and Net Public Debt, 1929 to 1941445
Physical Volume of Industrial Production, 1929 to 1941446
Physical Volume of Industrial Production, 1929 to 1941 (graph) 446
Employment and Pay Rolls, All Manufacturing Industries, 1929 to 1941 (graph) 447
Value of Building Construction as Indicated by Building Permits in 257 Identical Cities, 1925 to 1941 (graph) 447
Wholesale Prices, Agricultural and Industrial, 1929 to 1941448
Wholesale Prices, Agricultural and Industrial, 1929 to 1941 (graph) 448
Cost of Goods and Services: Purchases by Wage Earners and Lower‐ Salaried Workers, Average for Large Cities of the U. S., 1929 to 1941449
Cost of Goods Purchased by Wage Earners and Lower-Salaried Workers, Average for Large Cities, 1929 to 1941 (graph) 449

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