1942-11-08: In Our Opinion radio program: roundtable discussion of gasoline rationing in Detroit
World War, 1939-1945, Consumer rationing--United States--1940-1950
This sound recording captures a radio discussion of gasoline rationing in the Detroit, Michigan area, and its effect on war workers and war production. The speakers heard are John R. Richards, Supervisor of Gas Rationing, Office of Price Administration (OPA); Raymond Berry, Chairman of the Detroit Board of Commerce; Royce Howes, Detroit Free Press; and George Cushing, WJR moderator. The discussion is preceded by and followed by a bulletin announcing the Allied invasion of North Africa.
Office of Price Administration; Radio station WJR; Detroit Free Press
National Archives Records of the Office of Price Administration, 1940-1949: Sound Recordings Relating to Price Controls and the War Effort, 1941-1947
Auburn University Library
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