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First war ration book. Facsimile of war ration book no. 1 to be used to ration sugar, issued today by the Office of Price Administration (OPA). Each stamp will be used to purchase a quantity of sugar still to be determined. When the sugar ration plan goes into effect, a specific stamp will be designed for use each week. Books under the direction of local rationing boards. Printing of the books will start next week

First war ration book. Facsimile of war ration book no. 1 to be used to ration sugar, issued today by the Office of Price Administration (OPA). Each stamp will be used to purchase a quantity of sugar still to be determined. When the sugar ration plan goes into effect, a specific stamp will be designed for use each week. Books under the direction of local rationing boards. Printing of the books will start next week

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