Dear Ms. Reifeis,
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We searched the National Archives Catalog and located Records Relating to War Loans Drives and War Financing, 1941 - 1944, Records Relating to War Loans Drives and War Financing, 1941 - 1944, and Records Relating to Fiscal Policy During the Second World War, 1935 - 1951 in the General Records of the Department of the Treasury (Record Group 56). These records generally reflect federal policy-making and may or may not have information about local initiatives. For more information about these records, please contact National Archives at College Park - Textual Reference (RDT2) via email at Archives2reference@nara.gov.
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State and local war loan drive committees were made up of volunteers and like many volunteer organizations at the local level which contributed to the war effort, their records were not systematically retained by the federal government. Such records were sometimes retained by or donated to state and local institutions. You may wish to contact state and local historical societies, public and university libraries, archives, and history museums to inquire about the records of the committee or the personal papers of the chairman.
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