Leases Upon Naval Oil Reserves: Hearing[s] Before the Committee on Public Lands and Surveys, United States Senate on S. Res. 282, 294, [434 and 147], October 22, 1923-[May 14, 1924. Part 1-14].
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1924
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