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BUSINESS-ECONOMICS

(BE)

The subject "Business-Economics" is used for material pertaining to domestic commerce, industries, and the national economy such as business trends, costs and standards of living, inflation, economic controls, national income, effect of automation, recessions, depressions, and prosperity. Also included are matters related to patents and inventions, copyrights, trademarks, regulations, and controls over inventions. 15' 9".

BE

BUSINESS-ECONOMICS

(open 6/73)

Boxes 1-2

General information on the Economy, including: Council of Economic Advisers (CEA) "Economic News Notes" for the President; Presidential meetings with business representatives and economists; reports on business trends; need for tax increase; and economic committees, such as: Cabinet Committee on Economic Growth, Committee on Business and Economic Matters, and Labor-Management Advisory Committee. Includes Department of Commerce and miscellaneous publications. 9".

BE/MC

BUSINESS-ECONOMICS/MEETINGS & CONFERENCES

(open 6/73)

Box 2

Executive category was not used; general category contains material relating to a 1964 proposed White House Conference for Business Editors and Publishers and a 1967 Conference for Business Executives on Federal Government Operations. 5 items.

BE 1

COOPERATIVES

(open 6/73)

Box 3

Material on rural, electrical and agricultural cooperatives. 1-1/2".

BE 2

DOMESTIC TRADE

(open 6/73)

Box 3

Contains material on consumer programs, including fair trade practices. 1-3/4".

BE 2-1

DECEPTIVE PRACTICES

(open 6/73)

Boxes 3-4

Material relates to the National Consumer Service Foundation, Food and Drug regulations, consumer protection, merger of Chesapeake and Ohio with Norfolk and Western Rail system, relationship of the Administration to advertising, National Commission on Hazardous Household Products and the Flammable Fabrics Act. 3-1/4".

BE 2-2

FAIR TRADE PRACTICES

(open 6/73)

Box 4

Used only if the words "Fair Trade Practices" were used. Consists mostly of cross references. 8 items.

BE 2-3

FOSTERING-PROMOTING TRADE

(open 6/73)

Box 4

Cross references. 5 items

BE 2-4

MONOPOLY-ANTI-MONOPOLY

(open 6/73)

Boxes 4-5

Material related to proposed mergers; anti-trust actions and proceedings; boycotts; litigation; and anti-trust laws and violations. 7".

BE 3

ECONOMIC CONTROLS

(open 6/73)

Box 6

Material concerning Truman's experiences in 1950-51 with wage and price controls; wage and price controls during World War II; American preference for equity over competition; opposition to New York rent controls; summary of status of OEP planning and preparation for direct economic controls; wage-price guidelines; and price increases. 1-1/2".

BE 4

INDUSTRY

(open 6/73)

Boxes 6-7

Includes material concerning Administration's relationship with the business community; effect of the tax cut; wage-price controls and problems; investments/expenditures/sales/profits; business investment programs; and meetings with business groups. Includes list of Board Chairmen and Presidents of business corporations. 6-1/2".

BE 4/MC

INDUSTRY/MEETINGS AND CONFERENCES

(open 6/73)

Boxes 7-8

Various luncheon and reception meetings of the President with businessmen to enlist support, explain administration policies, or to seek out new ideas. 5-1/4".

BE 4/A

INDUSTRY/A

(open 6/73)

Box 8, 14

Advertising, Aerospace, Agricultural Machinery, Air Conditioners, Aircraft, Airlines, Alcoholic Beverages, Apparel, Appliances, Automotive. 2-3/4".

BE 4/Aluminum

INDUSTRY/ALUMINUM

(open 6/73)

Boxes 8-9, 15

Aluminum ingot price increases, profits, sales, release of aluminum stockpiles, aluminum industry labor negotiations. See also CM/Aluminum and ND 4-3-1. 4".

BE 4/Automobile

INDUSTRY/AUTOMOBILE

(open 6/73)

Box 9-10, 15

Wage-price developments in the auto industry, profits, the case for price cuts, labor negotiations, meetings with auto industry representatives. 2-3/4".

BE 4/B

INDUSTRY/B

(open 6/73)

Boxes 10, 15

Baking, Banking, Benzenoid Chemicals, Beef, Brewery, Broadcasting, Building. 1-1/4".

BE 4/C

INDUSTRY/C

(open 6/73)

Boxes 10, 15-16

Can, Carpets, Cattle, Cement, Chemical, Cigarettes, Clothing, Coal, Cosmetic, Cotton. 3-1/4".

BE 4/Construction

INDUSTRY/CONSTRUCTION

(open 6/73)

Boxes 10, 16

Seasonality in construction delays and reductions, wages, housing depression, rising construction costs, anti-trust cases involving construction industry, and bargaining settlements. 3-1/2".

BE 4/Copper

INDUSTRY/COPPER

(open 6/73)

Boxes 10, 16

Price increases and reductions, copper industry problems, world copper needs and supplies, efforts to reduce copper usage. -1".

BE 4/D

INDUSTRY/D

(open 6/73)

Boxes 11, 16-17

Dairy, Data Processing, Dredging, Drugs. Material primarily on dairy industry: milk support prices, strikes, and effect of dairy imports on domestic prices. 4-3/4".

BE 4/E

INDUSTRY/E

(open 6/73)

Boxes 11, 17

Electric, Electronics, Entertainment, Exporters. -1".

BE 4/F

INDUSTRY/F

(open 6/73)

Boxes 11, 17

Farming, Fashion Industry, Fertilizer, Fish, Food, Footwear, Forest, Freight, Fuel Oil. 1-1/4".

BE 4/Fishing

INDUSTRY/FISHING

(open 6/73)

Boxes 11, 17

Rehabilitation of domestic fishing industry, loans to fishing industry, harassment of U. S. fishing vessels, increased construction of fishing vessels, operation of Soviet fishing fleet within U. S. territorial waters, production of Fish Protein Concentrate (FPC). 2-1/2'

BE 4/G

INDUSTRY/G

(open 6/73)

Boxes 11, 17

Gas, Gasoline, Glass, Gold, Grain, Grapes. 1".

BE 4/H-K

INDUSTRY/H-K

(open 6/73)

Boxes 11, 17

Household Appliances, Homebuilding, Housing, Insurance. 2-3/4".

BE 4/L

INDUSTRY/L

(open 6/73)

Boxes 11, 18

Lettuce, Liquor, Livestock, Lumber. 1-1/2".

BE 4/M

INDUSTRY/M

(open 6/73)

Boxes 11, 18

Machine Tool, Metal, Milk, Molasses, Motion Picture, Motorcycle, Mushroom. [See also BE 4/Dairy.] 1".

BE 4/Maritime

INDUSTRY/MARITIME

(open 6/73)

Boxes 11, 18

Administration maritime policies, Maritime Subsidy Board opinions. -l".

BE 4/Mining

INDUSTRY/MINING

(open 6/73)

Boxes 11, 18

Material on mining of coal and gold, and strip mining problems. -1".

BE 4/Mink

INDUSTRY/MINK

(open 6/73)

Boxes 12, 18

Tariff Commission Report on investigation of the mink industry. 2 items.

BE 4/N

INDUSTRY/N

(open 6/73)

Boxes 12, 18

Newspaper, Newsprint, Nickel, Non-electrical Machinery. -1".

BE 4/O

INDUSTRY/O

(open 6/73)

Boxes 12, 18

Concerns oil industry: price stability and increases, oil production, National Petroleum Council, building new oil refineries, plight of independent gasoline dealers, and President's meeting with oil representatives. 2-1/2".

BE 4/P

INDUSTRY/P

(open 6/73)

Boxes 12, 18

Petrochemical, Petroleum, Pineapples, Pipelines, Plastics, Poultry, Printing, Public Relations, Pulp. 1".

BE 4/Q-R

INDUSTRY/Q-R

(open 6/73)

Boxes 12, 19

Real Estate, Restaurant, Retail Industry. 1-3/4".

BE 4/Railroads

INDUSTRY/RAILROADS

(open 6/73)

Boxes 12, 19

Influence of railroads on stock market, inter-city rail service, Railroad Safety Act, railroad labor problems, and proposed future for railroads. 6 items.

BE 4/Rubber

INDUSTRY/RUBBER

(open 6/73)

Boxes 12, 19

Rubber price increases. Includes reports on competition in synthetic rubber industry. 6 items.

BE 4/S

INDUSTRY/S

(open 6/73)

Boxes 12, 19

Sheep, Shoes, Soybean, Sugar, Sulphur. 1-1/4".

BE 4/Steel

INDUSTRY/STEEL

(open 6/73)

Boxes13-14,19-20

Contains material on steel industry: sales, earnings, and profits; price increases and price stability; wage settlements and negotiations; strikes; 1965 steel study; imports/exports; administration's actions and policies affecting steel industry, especially price increases and labor unions; government agency steel usage; litigation; collective bargaining cases; and administration's handling of price increases. 1-1/2".

BE 4/T

INDUSTRY/T

(open 6/73)

Boxes 14, 20

Telephone, Television, Timber, Tobacco, Transportation, Trucking, Typewriters. 1-1/4".

BE 4/Textile

INDUSTRY/TEXTILE

(open 6/73)

Boxes 14, 21

President's Commission to Study Domestic Textile Industry; President's meetings with textile industry representatives; quota/allotment system for textile products; cotton Textile Agreement of 1967; textile industry problems, especially imports; administration program for industry; and prices. 1".

BE 4/U

INDUSTRY/U

(open 6/73)

Boxes 14, 21

7 cross references.

BE 4/V

INDUSTRY/V

(open 6/73)

Box 21

One cross reference only.

BE 4/W

INDUSTRY/W

(open 6/73)

Boxes 14, 21

Watches, Wine, Wood, Wool. -1".

BE 4/XYZ

INDUSTRY/XYZ

(open 6/73)

Boxes 14, 21

Not used.

BE 4-1

GOVERNMENT COMPETITION

(open 6/73)

Box 21

Material on commercial and industrial activities of government vs. private business activities, including: comparisons of types of private services with government services, free enterprise and incentives, comparisons of government training and hiring with private business hiring and training, changes in employment practices at government military installations, and complaints regarding government intervention in private industry. 3".

BE 4-2

GOVERNMENT SEIZURES

(open 6/73)

Box 21

Government seizures of tax delinquent businesses. 5 items.

BE 4-3

GOVERNMENT SUBSIDIES

(open 6/73)

Box 21

Material on various Federal subsidy programs for: low-income housing, ship construction, mineral exploration, certified mail carriers, sugar producers, maritime operators, urban transit, noncommercial publications, and domestic cotton producers. -1".

BE 4-4

SMALL BUSINESS

(open 6/73)

Box 22

Private industry and administration's programs for assistance of small businessmen: Presidential meetings with representatives of small business, small business investment companies, Small Business Administration loans, increased sales to Federal agencies, markets for minority small business products, regional assistance programs, Small Business Development Program, Labor Department's training programs, employment for hard-core unemployed, aid from National Alliance of Businessmen and other associations, and Small Business Development Centers. 4-1/2".

BE 5

NATIONAL ECONOMY

(open 6/73)

Boxes 23-27

Contains agency and department reports and CEA "Economic Roundups" to the President on the state of the economy, including: employment, business activity, trends, trade, prices, wage-price guidelines, balance of payments, investments, taxes, expansion, manufacturing corporations sales/profits, competition, price-cost stability, credit, International Monetary Fund (IMF), capital spending, inflation/recession, Federal Reserve monetary policies, interest rates, budget changes, five year economic summaries, economic indicators; Troika (Treasury, BOB, CEA) reports on economic and financial outlook; President's Economic Issues Statements; Presidential meetings with various groups on economic and fiscal policies; Administration's efforts to curb inflation; Lehman Brothers economic reports; general public's reactions to and suggestions regarding Administration's economic, monetary and fiscal policies and problems; and various publications concerning the economy. 1' 9-1/2".

BE 5/MC

WHITE HOUSE MEETING WITH WALL STREET EQUITY REPRESENTATIVES, February 20, 1967

(open 6/73)

Box 27

Includes guest list, scenario, agenda, participants' reactions to meeting and future dialogue between White House and investment sector, and staff evaluation of the meeting. -1".

BE 5-1

BUSINESS TRENDS

(open 6/73)

Boxes 27-28

Material on business trends, such as housing market, new orders for durable goods, business expenditures on new plants and equipment, prices, investment, sales/profits, interest rates, individual savings, working capital, and durable good shipments. 1-1/2".

BE 5-2

COST OF LIVING

(open 6/73)

Boxes 28-31

Material related to Quadriad (Treasury, BOB, CEA, FRB) meetings and department and agency reports on price situation/outlook, retail/wholesale/consumer price indices, rising cost of living, farm/food prices, inflation, specific product price increases, wage-price guide-posts, price supports, labor negotiations, Administration's record on price movements, and cost of living differentials. Contains CEA reports (especially Gardner Ackley's and Arthur Okun's "Weekly Price Reports") on price stability, cost of living allowances, wage-price guideposts, and comparative price performance. 1' 2-3/4".

BE 5-3

INFLATION-MONEY SCARCITY

(open 6/73)

Boxes 31-32

Contains material on Administration's actions to curb inflation; wage-price guideposts; Presidential meetings with state budget directors; Vietnam inflation; need for increased taxes; consumer prices/income; shortage of construction financing; proposals of solutions to inflation; and tax increases. 3-1/2".

BE 5-4

NATIONAL INCOME PRODUCT DATA

(open 6/73)

Boxes 32-35

Material pertaining to White House labor and business dinners; comparison of Republican and Democratic corporate profits; wage-price guideposts; economic data re Federal Reserve indices, private pension funds, prices and price stability, GNP growth, credit, investments, sales/profits, deficits, national income accounts budget, business spending for new plant and equipment, and corporate and municipal bonds; Troika (Treasury, BOB, CEA) meetings; effect of 1965 Presidential election on business; President's economic accomplishments; tax increase; economic gains in 80 months of expansion. Includes CEA (Gardner Ackley, Arthur Okun, Walter Heller, Otto Eckstein and James Duesenberry) "Economic News Notes" to the President, Office of Business Economics releases on the economy, and Troika (Treasury, BOB, CEA) summaries of economic and fiscal outlook and budget estimates. 11".

BE 5-5

RECESSIONS/DEPRESSIONS

(open 6/73)

Box 35

Contains material on Accelerated Public Works Program; personal income data by states and regions; administration of Area Redevelopment Act; Public Works Acceleration Act; wage-price guidelines; employment/unemployment; Presidential recessions since 1857; Task Force on Anti-Recession Policy and on Intergovernmental Cooperation; bank participation in local anti-poverty programs; and area and regional economic development programs and projects. 2-3/4".

BE 5-5/AG 7

RECESSIONS/DEPRESSIONS/AGRICULTURAL SURPLUS PRODUCTS

(open 6/73)

Boxes 35-36

Material on the Food Stamp Program. -1".

BE 5-5/AG 7/ST

RECESSIONS/DEPRESSIONS/AGRICULTURAL SURPLUS PRODUCTS/STATES

(open 6/73)

Box 36

Material on planning of domestic food programs; Food for Peace Program; and the Food Stamp Program in Alabama, California, Georgia, Florida, Illinois, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Montana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas. 1".

BE 5-5/CO 1 Appalachian Region

RECESSIONS/DEPRESSIONS/CONTINENTAL-GEOGRAPHIC REGION/APPALACHIA REGION

(open 6/73)

Boxes 36-37

Material on the economic development of Appalachia, including Appalachia Development Corporation, TVA operations, poverty programs, Appalachia Regional Development Program, Appalachia Regional Commission, extension of Appalachia Regional Development Act of 1965, OEO grants to Appalachia, Appalachia development highway construction, FHA programs for Appalachia business and industry, educational development in Appalachia, employment, and legislative funding for Appalachia programs. Includes copy of "Report of the Cabinet Committee on Appalachia Coal." 5".

BE 5-5/CO 1 (MIDWEST)

RECESSIONS/DEPRESSIONS/CONTINENTAL-GEOGRAPHIC REGION/MIDWEST REGION

(open 6/73)

Box 37

Not used.

BE 5-5/CO 1 (OZARKS)

RECESSIONS/DEPRESSIONS/CONTINENTAL-GEOGRAPHIC REGION/OZARKS REGION

(open 6/73)

Box 37

The general file contains a 7/27/67 thank you letter from Marvin Watson to William M. McCandless for sending a pamphlet on the Ozarks Region. 1 item.

BE 5-5/CO 1 (UPPER GREAT LAKES)

RECESSIONS/DEPRESSIONS/CONTINENTAL-GEOGRAPHIC REGION/UPPER GREAT LAKES REGION

(open 6/73)

Box 37

Material related to the proposal for Northern Lakes Redevelopment Commission and President's meetings with Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin senators and governors. 5 items.

BE 5-5/CO 1-9

RECESSIONS/DEPRESSIONS/EUROPE

(open 6/73)

Box 37

One cross reference in the general file.

BE 5-5/LG/A-Z

RECESSIONS/DEPRESSIONS/LOCAL GOVERNMENT/A-Z

(open 6/73)

Box 37

Material in the general file concerning poverty programs in various local areas, including: Hazard, Kentucky; Humboldt County, California; Harlem, Manhattan, and Brooklyn, New York; Walker County, Alabama; and Whitney and Zephyr, Texas. -1".

BE 5-5/ST 1-52

RECESSIONS/DEPRESSIONS/STATE (subdivided by state)

(open 6/73)

Boxes 37-40

Material on the Johnson administration's poverty and economic development programs for depressed areas in each state, Guam and Puerto Rico, including: Area Redevelopment Administration programs; Accelerated Works Program; APW; EDA loans for businesses; hard-core unemployment programs; technical assistance programs for jobs; Federal funding (including Commerce Department grants) for sewage treatment facilities, schools, water systems, public housing, industrial parks, hospital facilities, vocational training centers, commercial business development, youth programs, Appalachia Manpower Training Project and Appalachia Regional Commission projects; SBA loans; urban renewal programs; 1965 Public Works and Economic Development Act; highway improvement construction; closing of military installations; designation of redevelopment areas; Federal office building construction; and Job Corps centers. 1'2".

BE 5-6

THRIFT

(open 6/73)

Box 40

Executive contains one cross reference; general not used.

BE 5-7

ECONOMIC PLANNING FOR THE END OF HOSTILITIES (POST WAR PLANNING)

(open 6/73)

Boxes 40-41

The drafting of the Post-Vietnam Report to the President by CEA and the coordinating committee for economic and program planning after Vietnam. 1-1/4".

BE 6

PATENTS-INVENTIONS

(open 6/73)

Boxes 41-42

Material on government patent policy; copyright of government publications; worldwide patent agreement program; individuals' requests for assistance in obtaining patents; Patent Office operations; patent policies of specific government agencies and departments; compliance with U. S. copyright law; international agreements on patents, copyrights, and trademarks, such as, classification of industrial designs; data on specific inventions and ideas for inventions; index of patents; copyright law amendments; Patent Commission; views of book publishers re computer usage of copyright materials; and Report of President's Commission on the Patent System. 8-1/4".

Container Number

Folder Title

Inclusive Dates

1

Ex BE

Gen BE

11/22/63-12/31/64

2

Gen BE

1/1/65-1/20/69

Gen BE/MC

3

Ex BE 1

Gen BE 1

Ex BE 2

Gen BE 2

Ex BE 2-1

4

Gen BE 2-1

Ex BE 2-2

Gen BE 2-2

Ex BE 2-3

Gen BE 2-3

Ex BE 2-4

5

Gen BE 2-4

6

Ex BE 3

Gen BE 3

Ex BE 4

11/22/63-3/20/68

7

Ex BE 4

3/21/68-1/20/69

Gen BE 4

Ex BE 4/MC

7/1/64-8/15/64

8

Ex BE 4/MC

8/16/64-1/20/69

Gen BE 4/mc

Ex BE 4/A

Ex BE 4/Aluminum

11/23/63-11/15/65

9

Ex BE 4/Aluminum

11/16/65-1/20/69

Ex BE 4/Automobile

11/22/63-5/5/67

10

Ex BE 4/Automobile

5/6/67-1/20/69

Ex BE 4/B

Ex BE 4/C

Ex BE 4/Construction

Ex BE 4/Copper

11

Ex BE 4/D

Ex BE 4/E

Ex BE 4/F

Ex BE 4/Fishing

Ex BE 4/G

Ex BE 4/H-K

Ex BE 4/L

Ex BE 4/M

Ex BE 4/Maritime

Ex BE 4/Mining

12

Ex BE 4/Mink

Ex BE 4/N

Ex BE 4/0

Ex BE 4/P

Ex BE 4/Q-$

Ex BE 4/Railroad

Ex BE 4/Rubber

Ex BE 4/S

Ex BE 4/Steel

8/16/64-2/3/65

13

Ex BE 4/Steel

2/4/65-3/23/66

14

Ex BE 4/Steel

3/24/66-1/20/69

Ex BE 4/T

Ex BE 4/Textile

Ex BE 4/U-Z

Gen BE 4/A

15

Gen BE 4/Advertising

Gen BE 4/Aluminum

Gen BE 4/Automobile

Gen BE 4/B

Gen BE 4/C

Gen BE 4/Cattle

Gen BE 4/Coal

16

Gen BE 4/Construction

Gen BE 4/Copper

Gen BE 4/D

Gen BE 4/Dairy

Gen BE 4/Dairy Industry

11/22/63-4/5/67

17

Gen BE 4/Dairy Industry

4/6/67-1/20/69

Gen BE 4/E

Gen BE 4/F

Gen BE 4/Farming

Gen BE 4/Fish

Gen BE 4/Fishing

Gen BE 4/Freight Forwarding Industry

Gen BE 4/G

Gen BE 4/H

Gen BE 4/I

Gen BE 4/J

Gen BE 4/K

18

Gen BE 4/L

Gen BE 4/M

Gen BE 4/Mining

Gen BE 4/N

Gen BE 4/O

Gen BE 4/Oil

Gen BE 4/P

Gen BE 4/Q

19

Gen BE 4/R

Gen BE 4/S

Gen BE 4/Steel

11/22/63-8/17/68

20

Gen BE 4/Steel

8/17/68-1/20/69

Gen BE 4/T

21

Gen BE 4/Textile

Gen BE 4/U

Gen BE 4/V

Gen BE 4/W

Gen BE 4/XYZ

Ex BE 4-1

Gen BE 4-1

Ex BE 4-2

Gen BE 4-2

Ex BE 4-3

Gen BE 4-3

22

Ex BE 4-4

Gen BE 4-4

23

Ex BE 5

11/22/63-3/21/66

24

Ex BE 5

3/22/66-11/30/66

25

Ex BE 5

12/1/66-1/20/69

26

Gen BE 5

11/22/63-5/24/66

27

Gen BE 5

5/25/66-1/20/69

Ex BE 5/MC White House Meeting with Wall Street Equity Representatives 2/10/67

Gen BE 5/MC

Ex BE 5-1

11/22/63-12/3/65

28

Ex BE 5-1

12/4/65-1/20/69

Gen BE 5-1

Ex BE 5-2

11/22/63-5/20/66

29

Ex BE 5-2

5/21/66-3/31/67

30

Ex BE 5-2

4/1/67-1/20/69

Gen BE 5-2

11/22/63-7/8/66

31

Gen BE 5-2

7/9/66-1/20/69

Ex BE 5-3

Gen BE 5-3

11/23/63-11/23/66

32

Gen BE 5-3

11/24/66-1/20/69

Ex BE 5-4

11/22/63-2/28/65

33

Ex BE 5-4

3/1/65-12/10/66

34

Ex BE 5-4

12/11/66-6/30/68

35

Ex BE 5-4

7/1/68-1/20/69

Gen BE 5-4

Ex BE 5-5

Gen BE 5-5

Ex BE 5-5/AG 7

36

Gen BE 5-5/AG 7

Ex BE 5-5/AG 7/ST

Ex BE 5-5/AG 7/ST 1

Ex BE 5-5/AG 7/ST 5

Ex BE 5-5/AG 7/ST 13

Ex BE 5-5/AG 7/ST 22

Ex BE 5-5/AG 7/ST 24

Ex BE 5-5/AG 7/ST 42

Gen BE 5-5/AG 7/ST

Ex BE 5-5/CO 1 Appalachian Region

Gen BE 5-5/CO 1

11/22/63- 4/10/64

37

Gen BE 5-5/CO 1

4/11/64- 1/20/69

Ex BE 5-5/CO 1 (Midwest)

Gen BE 5-5/CO 1 (Ozarks)

Ex BE 5-5/CO 1 (Upper Great Lakes)

Gen BE 5-5/CO 1 (Upper Great Lakes)

Gen BE 5-5/CO 1-9

Gen BE 5-5/LG/A-Z

Ex BE 5-5/ST 1-10

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Ex BE 5-5/ST 32

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Ex BE 5-5/ST 43-50

Ex BE 5-5/ST 51-

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Gen BE 5-5/ST 48

Gen BE S-5/ST 49

Gen BE 5-5/ST 50

Ex BE 5-6

Gen BE 5-6

Ex BE 5-7

41

Gen BE 5-7

Ex BE 6

Gen BE 6

11/22/63-11/30/64

42

Gen BE 6

12/1/64-1/20/69