Roosevelt, Franklin D. (1882-1945) Supplemental Estimate of Appropriation for the Department of Labor--Communication from the President of the United States.
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One pamphlet entitled, "Supplemental Estimate of Appropriation for the Department of Labor--Communication from the President of the United States," dated May 9, 1935, gives an estimate of $39,480 in appropriations due to the Department of Laborby the end of the fiscal year of 1936. This funding will go to a United States Labor Commissioner and other personal services provided in Geneva and Washington D.C. These services include interpreters, translators and porters, as well as maintenance and housing for those travelling abroad with their families.
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