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Where Does the Lumber Go?

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This paper, cleared through the Office of War Information, is a revision of an address to a group of retail lumber dealers in Minneapolis, March 14, 1944. The author outlines some of the problems faced by the War Production Board in stretching lumber supply to meet demand, and discusses the additional controls necessary to bring them into balance. Requirements for shipping lumber have been unprecedented during the past year and promise to make the situation even more critical in 1944. The author sees no letup in the demand for lumber during the war.

Document Type: Journal Article

Affiliations: Director, Lumber and Lumber Products Division, War Production Board, Washington, D. C.

Publication date: 1944-05-01

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