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Question Reference #101217-000086
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             Summary: LostDocs: EDA research reports
    Category Level 1: Federal Depository Libraries
    Category Level 2: Fugitive publications/LostDocs
        Date Created: 12/17/2010 03:39 PM
        Last Updated: 12/17/2010 03:39 PM
              Status: Open
          First Name: Gwen
           Last Name: Sinclair
 Agency/Company Name: University of Hawaii at Manoa Library
        Phone Number: 
Depository Library #: 0129


Discussion Thread
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Customer (Gwen Sinclair) - 12/17/2010 03:39 PM
Are these reports within scope of FDLP?
http://www.eda.gov/Research/ResearchReports.xml . I could find very few
EDA documents in CGP after the 1980s.


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The Quest for Cryptologic Centralization and the Establishment of NSA: 1940-1952

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Sent: Wed, November 10, 2010 11:34:45 AM
Subject: LostDocs Submission Form

Thank you for your submission. Here is a copy of your submission for reporting fugitive documents.
Contact Information
Name: Vicki Tate
Depository Library Number: 0007B
Phone:
E-mail:
Fugitive Document Information
Publication Title: The Quest for Cryptologic Centralization and the Establishment of NSA: 1940-1952. 2005 (OCLC# 63111557)
Format: online
Other (please describe): Center for Cryptologic History, National Security Agency,
SuDoc Number: D 1.2:
Item Number: 0306
Sub/Series Title: United States cryptologic history. Series 5. Early postwar period. 1945-1952, v. 6
URL: http://www.nsa.gov/about/_files/cryptologic_heritage/publications/misc/quest_for_centralization.pdf
Surrogate Information: No file was uploaded

Editor’s Note: It appears there may have been a record created in the Catalog of Government Publications prior to this report to GPO, but not made publicly viewable until December 15, 2010. So, we’re calling it found but will not include it in our “time to catalog” spreadsheet.

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