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Waste paper. For defense use, this pile of waste paper is being delivered by a dealer to a large Philadelphia paper mill. There it will be chopped up and combined with water, then pressed into pasteboard packing so vitally needed for shipment of defense and lend-lease goods

Waste paper. For defense use, this pile of waste paper is being delivered by a dealer to a large Philadelphia paper mill. There it will be chopped up and combined with water, then pressed into pasteboard packing so vitally needed for shipment of defense and lend-lease goods

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01/01/1940
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Palmer, Alfred T., photographer
United States. Office for Emergency Management.
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States39.95258, -75.16522
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