Housing Legislation of 1964: Hearings Before a Subcommittee, Eighty-eighth Congress, Second Session, on S. 2468 and Other Pending Bills to Amend the Federal Housing Laws. February 19-20, 24-28, March 3, 1964

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Report
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Treasury Department See S 810
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Program authorizations and budgetary impact fiscal years 196568
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Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations 974 1182
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S 1170
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S 1200
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Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
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S 1440
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S 1948
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S 2045
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Federal Home Loan Bank Board
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S 2226
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S 2253
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Federal Reserve
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S 2469
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S 2524
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Report
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H R 5048
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General Improvement Contractors Association
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Jack Miller U S Senator from the State of Iowa
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Weaver HHFA Administrator accompanied by Sidney Woolner
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Indian Tribes
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Relocation payment provisions comparative annual costs table
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Ten States with greatest number of local authorities table
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Howard Bertsch Administrator Farmers Home Administration accom
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International Association of Bridge Structural Ornamental Iron
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Veterans Benefits Veterans Administration
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National Association of Housing Redevelopment Officials 457 476 493 525
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National Association of Real Estate Boards
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Robert F Wagner mayor of New York City accompanied by Milton
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ipal Association accompanied by Donald Slater staff member AMA
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Henry Maier mayor of Milwaukee Wis representing the American Munic
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J Roy Carroll Jr president American Institute of Architects accom
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American Institute of Architects 601
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Sillik Polayes attorney from New York City accompanied by Peter Paul
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Harry Held senior vice president Bowery Savings Bank New York
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George McLain chairman California League of Senior Citizens
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National Conference of Catholic Charities
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John H Haas executive vice president General Improvement Contractors
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Mrs Barbara Reach Community Service Society of New York Committee
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Colborn secretary housing and urban renewal National Federa
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William G Barr executive director of the National Parking Association
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TUESDAY FEBRUARY 25
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National Housing Conference
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William Blackfield president National Association of Home Builders
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United Presbyterian Church U S A 1162
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Statement and addendum 779
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Nathaniel Keith president National Housing Conference
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Ernest Gruening U S Senator from the State of Alaska
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Eugene H Nickerson county executive Nassau County N Y
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National Urban League
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Alves Jr associate director National Urban League
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Homer Hoyt president Homer Hoyt Associates Washington D C
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THURSDAY FEBRUARY 27
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Camp Ehney A Jr executive vice president Libery National Life Insur
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New York N
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Don Edwards a Representative in Congress from the State of California
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Dorman Theodore T administrator United Church of Christ Homes
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Boris Shishkin secretary Housing Committee AFLCIO accompanied
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Public Housing Administration
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Oscar H Brinkman cochairman legislative committee National Apart
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Roger Starr executive director Citizens Housing Planning Council
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Harrison A Williams Jr U S Senator from the State of New Jersey
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Townsend Dwight D director Washington office Cooperative League
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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 28
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James J Steiner manager of the Construction and Community Develop
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American Municipal Association 557
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Naman president Texas Farmers Union accompanied by Reuben
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Report of National
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Harold F Wise chairman National Legislative Committee American
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Tucker Raymond R mayor of St Louis and president U S Conference
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Association of Oregon Counties 1185
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Bowery Savings Bank 627
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Wise Harold F chairman National Legislative Committee American
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Status of lowrent housing program 194863
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Renter occupied nonfarm housing units by gross rent for
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Status of Presidential authorization
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HHFAs views 824
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Small Business Administration
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Candeub Fleissig Associates
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Chamber of Commerce of the United States 928
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Washington Planning Housing Association Inc
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DATA
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Wisconsin State of 1170
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Citizens Action Council for the Improvement of Stamford
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