|Statement||sponsored by the National Bureau of Standards, attended by officials from the various states, counties, and cities, and representative from U.S. government, industry, and consumer organizations. Report editors: Harold F Wollin, Louis E Barbrow, Ann P Heffernan.|
|Series||Special publication -- 532.|
|Contributions||Wollin, Harold F., Barbrow, Louis E., Heffernan, Ann P., National Bureau ofStandards.|
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