National Emergency Council (U.S.)Variant names
The National Emergency Council was established by Executive Order 6433A on November 17, 1933 to coordinate the work of various field agencies established under New Deal legislation. It was abolished on September 16, 1937.
From the description of Proceedings, 1933-1936. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 83641732
The Economic Adviser prepared reports and special economic studies.
From the description of Economic Adviser's Records, (a series). 1933-1935. (National Archives Library). WorldCat record id: 122648459
The National Emergency Council was created by Executive Order No. 6433-A, November 17, 1933.
The functions of the Council included coordinating interagency problems of organization and activity of Federal agencies, coordinating the work of Federal Government field agencies, cooperating with any Federal agencies in performing such activities as the President directed, and servingin an advisory capacity to the President and the Executive Director of the National Emergency Council.
From the description of Records of the National Emergency Council, (a subgroup introduction.). 1933-1935. (National Archives Library). WorldCat record id: 122391860
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|Agricultural laws and legislation|
|New Deal, 1933-1939|