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7ED STATES DEPARTMK T OF AGRICULTURE
Bureau of Agricultural Economics.
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Economic Library List No. 24


Washintton, D. C., June 1941


CROP AND LIVESTOCK INSURANCE, 1937-1940

A Selected List of References


Compiled by Mamie I. Herb
Library, Bureau of Agricultural Economics


This list supplements Agricultural Economics Bibliography No.67,
Crop and Livestock Insurance, A Selected List of References to Lit-
erature Issued Since 1898. It supersedes two typewritten lists on
crop and livestock insurance compiled in this Library, dated
July 6, 1937 and April 22, 194l, respectively. The scope of this
list is similar to that of the bibliography which it supplements,
with the exception that proposed legislation and debate in Congress
have not been included. The Congressional Record should be con-
sulted for such material. With a few exceptions, unsigned arti-
cles have been omitted.
The firsttpart of this list contains references on the United
States, and the second, roferenqes on foreign countries. Call num-
bers following the citations are those of the U.S. Department of
Agriculture Library. An author and subject index is appended.
References listed were compiled from the card catalogues of the
libraries of the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Bu-
reau of Agricultural Economics; Agricultural Economics Literature,
Dec. 1936 to Apr. 1941; 'Agricultural Index, Nov. 1936 to Feb. 1941;
Experiment Station Record Oct. 1936 to Mar. 1941; Monthly Bulletin
of Agricultural Economics and. Sociology, issued by International
Institute of Agriculture, Dec. 1936 to Mar. 194l; -Public Affairs
Information Service Bulletin, May 1, 1937 to Apr. 26, 1941; Monthly
Catalogue of United States Public Documents, Dec. 1936 to Jan. 1941.


United States


1. Arcoleo, F. Crop insurance in the United States of America. Inter-
natl. Inst. Agr. Monthly Bul. Agr. Econ. and Sociol. reprint from
Internal. Rev, Agr. 30(3):87E-95E. Mar. 1939. 2S0.29 In33
This is an accountof the organization and progress of insur-
ance against crop damage resulting from adverse natural conditions
in the United States.





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2. Baggett, R. T. The application of crop insurance to cotton. U. S.
Dept. Agr. Bur. Agr. Econ. Agr. Finance Rev.2(l):24-30.
May 1939. 1.9 Ec78A

3. Baggett, R. T. A plan for cotton-crop insurance. U. S. Dept. Agr.
Bur. Agr. Econ. Agr. Situation 23(7):10-13. July 1939. 1 Bc7Ag

4. Baggett, R. T., and Rowe, Wm. H. A suggested plan for cotton-crop
insurance. Letter from the acting Secretary of agriculture trans-
mitting a report containing pertinent data and information assem-
bled by the Bureau of agricultural economics of the Department of
agriculture relative to crop insurance for cotton. 76th Cong.
1st Sess. House Doc. 277, 15pp. Washington, D. C., U. 8. Govt.
print, off., 1939. 1 c7S

5. Baggett, R. T., and Rowe, Wm. H. iWhoat crop insurance program. U. S. '
Dept. Agr. Bur. Agr. Econ. Agr. Situation 22(6):9-10. June 1938.
*1 Bc7Ag

6, Bast, Otto F. Crop insurance and st6rfge under farm bill. Grain &
Feed Jours. Consolidated 80(7):279, 309. apr. 13, 1938. 298.8 G762
Address before the Society of Grain Elevator Superintendents.

7*. Bennett, Ira. Bennett's analysis of federal wheat insurance. Wyo.
Stockrnan-Farnmer 44(6):8. June 1958. 6 W992

g. cBennett, W. H.] IRevelations made on the corn loan program of the
C.C.C. CComaodity Credit Corporation3 Natl. Underwriter cWeekly
ed.3 43(3355):3, 15, 34, 35, 36. Aug. 17, 1939. 284.68 N21
A report on the Commodity Credit Corporation corn loan pro-
gram by the National Association of Insurance Agents through
Secretary W. H. Bennett. He tells of a week spent in Washington
"in an attempt to dig into and find out about what this CCC is
doing, particularly in relation to the business of insurance."
S Various conferences with government officials are described.

9. Berryman, Carl W. Federal crop insurance. Mont. Farmer 26(19):15.
Feb. 15, 1939. 6 M764
There is also an editoria.l on this subject on p.6, entitled
Crop Insurance Popular.

10. Bird, John A. Four times as many insure wheat. Kans. Farmer 77(5):24I.
Mar. 9, 194O. 6 K13

11. Bird, John A. Insuring the wheat crop. U. S. Dept. Agr. Bur. Agr.
Econ. Agr. Situation 23(1): 22-23. Jan. 1939. 1 Ec7Ag

12. Bird, John A. Two years of crop insurance. U. S. Dept. Agr. Bur. Agr.
Econ. Agr. Situation 24(7): 20-22. July 19140. 1 &Bc7A






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13. Bird, John-A. The wheat crop insured. U. S. Dept. Agr. Bur. Agr.
Econ. Agr, Situation 23(5):9-10. May 1939. L Zc7Ag

14. Black, Albert Gain. Crop insurance. South, Planter 97 (12)r 4,13.
Dec. 16, 1936. 6 SoS9

15. Black, Albert Gain. Crop insurance on wheat. U. S. Dept. Agr. Ext.
Serv. Exit. Serv. Rev. s(6): 83, 93. June 1937. lEx 892Ex

16. Black, Albert Gain. The goal of crop insurance. Nations Business
25(6):120,124,126,158,159,160. June 1937. 286.8 N212
."One of the men appointed by the President to study the
possibilities of protecting the farmer against losses from crop
failure explains the studies that led to the present plan and
explains how the system will work, what it is expected to do and
why it should work where private operation has not.11

17. Black, Albert Gain, and Sterling, Robert E. Should we insure the
wheat croD? Yes, says A. G. Black...No, says Robert E. Sterling.
Rotarian 50(4): 10, 13, 53-57. Apr. 1937. *Pam. Coll. (Black, A. G.)
Reprinted in Northwest. Miller and Amer.'Baker 14(5): 39, 4g-49.
May 5, 1937. 298.8 N81

18. Black, Albert Gain. Toward farm security. U. S. Dept. Agr. Misc.
Pub. 308, 23pp. Washington, D. C., 1938. 1 &gS4M no.308
Se-curity against crop losses, pp.12-15 (This section was
originally published in U. S. Dept. Agr. BUT. Agr. Econ. Agr.
Situation 21(7): 9-10. July 1, 1937.)
Holds that sound crop insurance foe farmers is one df the
essentials of farm security; 'that an Ell-risk crop insurance
program should be undertaken by the gciernment;. nind discusses
briefly the disappointing history crop insurance has had.

19. Botts, Ralph R. -Some problems in connection with crop insurance
for citrus fruits. U. S. Dept. ngr. Bur. Agr. Econ.. Agr.
Finance Rev. 3(l): 11-17. May 1940. 1.9 Ec7SA

20. Bowman, E. K. Crop insurance. First plah came indirectly through
SAAA. Mont. Farmer 24(9): 5, 27. Jan. 1, 1937." 6 M1764-
The Chairman of.the Montana State Board of Hail Insurance
discusses -the Wallace plan.

21. Boyle, James E. The ifs of.crop insurance. Country tent.
107(6)6 14-15, 86-87. June 1937. 6 C833
Mr. Boyle discusses the success of the mutual fire-insurance
companies owned and operated by farmers; the Wallace plan for
crop insurance; moral risks and pressure groups; the real story
of virgin wheat; the cost of storage; lessons of the Farm Board;
political pressure; the road to subsidy; and mutual insurance
the answer.








22. Briggs, Frank A. Crop insurance not new' idea. Farm and Ranch
55(23): 9. Dec. 1, 1936. 6 T31 .
Describes a plan for crop insurance using cotton as an example.

23. BTibolz, Gordon A. Farmers-mutual windstorm-insurance companies. U. Si
Farm Credit Admin. Coop. Div. Bul. 2i, 39pp. Washington, D. C.,
1939. 166.2 3B7

24. Bubolz, Gordon A. 50 years 'of mutual wind-storm insurance. U. S.
Farm Credit Admin. News for Farmer Coops. 4(8): 6-7, 20, Nov. 1937.
166.2 N47 -..

25. Cady, E. L. Crop insurance, a step toward agricultural security.
Ia, State Coll. Agr. Ext. Serv. Iova Farm Econ. 3(2): 13-15.
Apr. 1937. Pam. Coll.
Mr. Cady says that the recent series of crop failures in
different sections of Iowa has emphasized the need for protection
afforded by all-risk crop insurance. He discusses the crop in-
surance plan; payment in kind; premium determination, with an
Iowa illustration, stating that there would be no jirice insurance
under this'plan; and mentions some of the likely economic con-
sequences.

26. Capper, Arthur. Fair trial for crop insurance. Capper's Farmer
48(5): 1. Mnk 1937. 6 V1693
Nbt seen.

27. Chamber of commerce of the United States, Washington, D. C. Agri-
cultural department. Current issues in the agricultural situation.
Condensed forms of addresses delivered before the Agricultural
Round Table, twenty-fifth annual meeting, April 28, 1937. 35pp.
Washington, D. C. 1937. 281.12 C35C
Crop insurance, by R. M. Bissell, pp.3-7, discusses briefly
the history of crop insurance and the plan for wheat insurance as
proposed.
Crop insurance, by Roy M, Green, pp.8-10, tells of the stum-
bling blocks that have stood in the way of the establishment of
such insurance, the plan that has been proposed, and the meaning
to the wheat farmer of crop insurance. This condensed address
appears also in Southwest. Miller 16(10): 40, May 4,-1937.

28. Chubb, Hendon. Insurance that adequately protects cotton. Cotton
Trade Jour. (9th Internatl. ed.) 17(l1): 125-126. May 1, 1937
72.8' C8214 .

29. Clapper, Raymond. Crop insurance. Rev, of Reviews 94(5): 30-34.
Nov. 1936. 110 Lm32
Gives facts about crop insurance.





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30. Clark, R. M. Orchard hail insurance, la. State Hort. Soc, Trans.
1937: 72-76.
Not examined.

31. Clendenin, J. C. Crop insurance an experiment in farm-income
stabilization. Jour. Land & Pub. Util. Econ. 16(3)r 277-285.
Aug. 1940. 282.8 J82
A review of crop insurance under the Federal Crop Insurance
Corporation.

32. Olendenin, J. C. Federal crop insurance. Best's Insurance News
(Fire and Casualty Ed.) pp.17-19. July 1940.
Not examined.

33. Congressional Digest. The question of establishing a Federal system
of-"all risk" crop insurance. Cong. Digest 15(12): 289-320.
Dec. 1936. 110 C76
Contents: Foreword and study analysis, by N. T. N. Robinson,
pp. 289-291; American experiments with crop insurance; pp. 292-293;
President Roosevelt urges consideration of "all risk" crop in-
surance, p.294; Tentative crop insurance plans now under consid-
eration by the U. S. Department of Agriculture, by Glenn Nixon,
pp.295-296; Canada considers the question of "all-risk" crop
insurance, pp.296-297; Pro and con discussion, pp.298-317 (Ex-
tracts from "pro" statements of Secretary Wallace, Roy M. Green,
V. N. Valgren, G. Wright Hoffman, -F. L. Teuton,- and "con", state-
ments of Clyde L. Rogers, Harold Fleming, the Washington Post, the
New York Journal of Commerce, Henry D. Ralph, the Chicago journal
of Commerce, the Providence Journal, the Sphere, -the Christian
Science Monitor, and the Northwestern Miller.); A bibliography
of recent crop insurance literature -(selections from a bibliog-
raphy compiled in the U. S. Bureau of Agricultural Economics),
pp.318-319; A glossary of crop insurance terms, p.320.

34. Cooke, Gilbert W. North Dakota state hail insurance, 1911-36. Jour.
Business of the Univ. of Chicago ll( 3,pt.l-') 277-307. July 1938.
280.8 J825

35. Creel, G. Fattening the lean yeIrs; crop insurance. Colliers
99:234. Apr. 10, 1937.
Not examined.

36. Crop insurance plan discussed at Kansas farmers elevatoT gathering.
Grain & Feed Rev. 26(8): l4-19. Apr. 1937. 280.28 C78
Report of the twenty-fifth annual convention of the Kansas
Farmers Co-operative Association which met in Vichita, Kans., on
Mar. 15 and 16. It includes the address in full of Roy M. Green
on "the crop insurance proposal now pending before Congress"
(pp.16-18), -The convention went on record as favorinr.g the en-
actment of legislation to provide wheat crop insurance and an
ever-normal granary plan. Resolutions are given on pp.18-19.





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37- Davis, Walter B. Insurance on farm crops not a new idea. Market
Growers Jour. 60(5): 139-140. Mar. 1, 1937. 6 t34
Describes some previous attempts and suggestions relating to
crop insurance.

38. Doyle, J.H. Cotton endorsements; policy reissuances can be avoided
by filing agreement with C.C.C. Weekly Underwriter 139:421
Sept. 3, 1933.
Not examined.

39. Dutton, C. E. "Luckily, we were covered." Says C. B. Dutton, who
having taken all other precautions to protect his crop, also had
the foresight to slap.on hail insurance, Amer..Fruit Grower
57(5):ll, 26. May 1937. gO G85
Mr. Dutton is manager of the Ohio Orchard Company orchard
which consists of 120 acres, planted principally to apples.

40. Eriksson, Erik McKinley. Crop insurance. Canner 94(i9): 14.
Apr. 10, 1937. 286.83 C16
Not examined.

4l. Evans, R. M. Insurance and the AAA; address before the convention of
the National association of mutual insurance companies, Chicago,
Illinois, October 2, 1939. llpp., processed. Washington, D. C.,
U.S. Dept. of agriculture, Agricultural adjustment administra-
tion, 1939. 1.42 Ad4Ev cno.ll

42. *Fagan, F. N. Hail insurance and th- fruit grower. Amer. Fruit
Grower 60(5): 9, 25, 28. May 1940. 80 G85
The author writes of hail insurance as a protection against
loss for the fruit farmer. He explains that his viewpoint "is
taken (1) as a grower who has in past years protected'cost of
production by hail insurance policies; (2) as a grower who has
had hail losses paid to orchards under my care; (3) as an adjust-
er of fruit hail losses, resulting in money payments to orchard
and vineyard owners."

43. Flint, W. P. Evaluation of insect damage under the crop insurance
plan. Jour. Econ. Ent. 33: 499-501. June 1940. 421 J822
Not examined.

44. cFlora, S. D.3 Stark tragedy in hail losses unless crops are in-
sured. Corn. West. 81(19): 26-27, 34. May 3, 1941. 286.8 0733
Relates instances of hail calamities in 1940 and other years
"taken as excerpts from an article in the April C19413 'Rough
Notes,1 insurance paper published monthly at Indianapolis."

45. Genung, A. B. Some notes on crop insurance. U.S. Dept. Agr. Bur.
Agr. Econ. Agr. Situation 20(12): 3-5. Dec. 1936. 1 Ec7Ag
This article, which was written before the report of the
Presidents Committee on Crop Insurance was issued, is a general
discussion of the subject and of the features which any plan
set up would be obliged to incorporate.





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46. Gorman, N. D. Crop insurance as it relates to North Dakota.
Farmers Union Herald (n.s.)12(ll):l,5. Nov. 1938. 280.28 FP224

47. Green, Roy M. Crop insurance. Address, Institute of rural economics,
Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N. J., Jan. 4, 1937. 4pp.,
processed. Washington, D.C., U.S. Dept. of agriculture. Bur. of
agricultural economics, 1937. 1.9 Ec78Cr
Discusses the place of crop insurance, planning crop in-
surance, and adjusting to production cycles.

48. Green, Roy M. Crop insurance. Address, the Kansas farmers cooper-
ative association, Wichita, Kansas, Mar. 16, 1937. 5PP-, processed.
rWashington, D. C., U.S. Dept. of Agricutlture, Bureau of Agricul-
tural Economics, 19373 1.9 Ec72Cr
Describes the plan of crop insurance proposed by the Federal
Government.

49. Green, Roy M. An evaluation of crone insurance possibilities. Jour.
Farm Econ. 20(1): 214-220. Feb. 1938. 280.8 J822
Discussion by Harold B. Rowe, pp.220-222.

50. Green, Roy H. Federal crop insurance plan explained. Iowa Bur.
Farmer 2(6): 18. June 1938.

51. Green, Roy M. Fundamentals of crop insurance. Kans. State Bd. Agr.
cQaart.i Rpt. 56(221-A>: 73-79. i'-r. 1937. 2 K13Re
Address at the 66th Annual mweting of 'the Kansas State Board
of Agriculture, Januuary 13-15, 1937.
Discussion, pp.79-82.

52. Green, Roy M. Insured harvests. Country Gest. 103(9): 7-8, 70, 71.
Sept. 1938. 6 C833
On the "all-risk" insurance program for wheat as carried out
by the Federal Oroo Insurance Corporation.

53. Green, Roy M. New Federal crop insurance. Dakota Farmer 58(9): 180.
Apr. 23, 193. 6 Dl4
Also issued in Faru and Ranch 57(10): 12. May 15, 1938;
Kans. Farmer 75(8): 12. Apr. 9, 1938.

54. Green, Roy M. Nothing new in crop insurance. Northwest. Miller
188(9): 7&I, 779. Dec. 23, 1936. 293.8 N81
address before the National Convention of the Association of
Mutual Insurance Companies.
Mr. Green gives a brief history of previous attempts to estab-
lish such insurance and discusses the problems to be faced in the
securing of the adequate factual material upon which to ba-se
rates, the determination of such rates, etc.

55. Green, Roy 14. and Rowe, William H. The objectives of federal crop
insurance In Comnercial Fertilizer Yearbook, 1937, PP.50-53.
Atlanta, Ga. c19373 57.8 C73Y 1937







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56. Green, Roy M. The place of crop insurance in a farm program. 4pp.,
processed. Washington, D. C. U.S. Dept. of agriculture, Bureau
of agricultural economics, 1937. 1.9 Ec78Pl
Address, Farmers Elevator Association of Nebraska, Omaha,
Nebr., October 21, 1937.

57. Green, Roy M., and Baker, John. Progress of the crop insurance
program. A radio interview. 5PP., processed. Washington, D. C.,
U.S. Dept. of agriculture, Federal crop insurance corporation,
June 14, 1938. 1.9 C89R

58. Green, Roy M. A public experiment with crop insurance. 2pp.,
processed, cWashington, D.C.- U.S. Dept. of agriculture, Federal
crop insurance corporation cApr. 19372 Pam. Coll.
59.' Green, Roy M., and Rowe, William H. Some aspects of crop insurance.
Savings Bank Jour. 17(10): 12, 48s, 49, Dec. 1936. Pam. Coll.
(Crop insurance)
"The authors...have explored the several varieties of crop
insurance, with illuminating explanations."

60. Green, Roy M. The wheat crop insurance program. An address before
the Kansas chamber of commerce convention, Wichita, Kansas,
June 17, 1935. 9PP., processed. Washington, D. C., U.S. Dept.
of agriculture, Federal crop insurance corporation, June 17,
1938. 1.9 CS8G

61. Green, Roy M. Wheat storage program of U.S. crop risk corporation.
Grain & Feed Rev. 27(9): 8-9. May 1939. 280.28 C78

62. Griffin, R. Austin. Farm Security clients insure livestock. U.S.
Dept. Agr. Bur. Agr. Econ. Agr. Finance Rev. 3(1): 18-22.
May 1940. 1.9 Ec78A

63. Hatch, Ernest E. Security for thk wheat farmers. Calif. Cult.
85(22): 652. Oct. 22, 193S. 6 C12
A discussion of the benefits of the Federal crop insurance
program.

64. Hazard, John W. Can crops be insured? Farm Jour. 60(12): 9-10,
67. Dec. 1936. 6 F2212
Mr. Hazard presents a brief history of the previous attempts
at crop insurance, all of which proved unsuccessful and outlines
the difficulties ahead of any such plan.

65. Hoffman, G. Wright. Crop insurance launched by Federal Government.
Jour. Amer. Insurance 15(9): 13l-14, 26.Sept. 1938. 28s4.68 J822
An examination of Federal crop insurance with comparisons of
previous attempts to underwrite all-risk policies on growing
crops.






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66. Hoffman, G. Wright. Is crone insurance advisable? Wharton Rev.
Finance and Corn. 11(4): 11, 17. Jan. 1938.
Not examined.

67. Howard, Jonas. Bombed from the sky. Amer. Fruit Grower 57(5). 7, 26.
May 1937. 80 G85
"Premiums paid fruit growers in Adams and Franklin counties,
Pennsylvania, for hail damage in 1936 totaled $37,000."* This
form of insurance is described.

69. Howard, Jonas. Hail! Amer. Fruit Grower 58(5>: 7, 26, 28. May 193$.
80 G85
Stories from real life on the value of hail insurance.

69. James, R. C. Survivors1 stories of blitzkrieg of hail. Amer. Fruit
Grower 60:13. May 1940. 80 G85
Not examined.

70. Jesaess, 0. B. Crop insurance. Minn. Univ. A4r. Ext. Div. Farm
Business Notes, No. 170, pp.l-3, processed. University Farm,"'
St. Paul, 1937. 275.29 M663
This is mainly a discussion of the report of the Presidentts
committee on crop insurance. ,

71& Johnson, Cecil A. Crop insurance and the banker. Addres...before
the convention of the -Iowa bankers association, Dec Moines, I6wa..,
June 8, 1938. llpp., processed, Washington, D. C., U.S'e Dept. of
agriculture, Federal crop insurance c:rporatinn, 1938.' 1.9 C88J

72. Kansas company will insure wheat crop. Basod on actuarial data,
-policies will operate on "cost of production" plan limited to
Kansas. Northwest. Miller 190(1): 19. Apr. 14, 1937.
298.8 N81
This is the Sowers Plan Crop Insurance Mutual Co., in-
corporated at Topeka.

73. Mayhugh,-L. T.- Agriculture has overalls. Practical crop insurance
must be provided if-our nation in to prosper. Producer- Cbn-
suuBr 4(6): 8. Jan..1939. 280.28 P942
Includes the recommendations of a committee, consisting of
five farmer representatives, presumably of the Washington con-
ference on crop insurance, called by Secretary Wallace.

74. Mayhugh, L. T. Crop insurance, ever normal granary, production
control. Producer-Consumer 2(6): 3, 18. Jan. 1937. 280.28 P942
Not examined.

75. Mayhugh, L. T. Crop insurance for wheat in 1938 fits in with all bf
farm program proposed. Producer-Consumer 2(8): 5- Mar. 1937.
280.28 P942
Not examined.






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76. Nelson, A. F. National crop insurance discussed with Sec. Wallace.
Farmers' Elevator Guide 31(12): 33-34, 15. Dec. 5, 1936.
280.28 Am3
This is a report of the conference held in Washington on No-
vember 6, at which representatives of the warehouse industry
discussed matters pertaining to storage of grain in connection
with the contemplated legislation on crop insurance" with
Secretary Wallace and members of his Crop Insurance Committee.
A summary of Mr. Nelson's conclusions before the meeting of
the Southern Minnesota Manaegersl Association is given in Grain
& Feed Rev. 26(4): 15. Dec. 1936. -

77. Nelson, A. F. Wheat loans and storage. Farmers' Elevator Guide
33(9): 22-24. Sept. 1938. 260.28 Am3
Not examined.

7$. North Dakota. Hail insurance department. Annual report, 1937-1940.
Bismark 1937-1940. 284.69 N814
Reports by the North Dakota State Hail Insurance Department's
activities and business for the year, by counties. Illustrated
by tables and maps.

79. Nourse, Edwin G., Davis, Joseph S., and Black, John D. Three years
of the Agricultural adjustment administration. 600pp. Washing-
ton, D. C., The Brookings institution. 1937. (Institute of
economics, Brookings institution, Pub. no. 73) 281.12 N85
"Ever-normal granary" and crop insurance, pp.171-185. The
authors discuss the proposal for a crop insurance plan put
forth by the Federal Government.

80. Otis, Dan H. Insuring the wheat crop. Banking 31(4): 64, 66. Oct.
193$. 284.8 Am3
Explains the wheat crop insurance program which began with the
harvest of 1939. Provisions of the crop insurance law are out-
lined.

81. Pope, James P. Crop insurance in the United States. Jour. Amer.
Insurance 14(3): 11-13, 26. Mar. 1937. 284.68 J822
Also printed in Cong. Rec. 81: 2219-2221. Mar 2, 1937.
In this radio address, Senator Pope briefly describes the
measures taken for the relief of the farmer in the past few
years, sketches the history of crop insurance in this country,
and presents the provisions of the bill which he introduced and
which provided for crop insurance on wheat. Under this bill
a Federal crop insurance corporation would be set up.

82. Private crop insurance in Kansas. Grain & Feed Jourg. Consolidated
78(8): 350. Apr. 28, 1937. 298.8 0762
Describes briefly the plan presented by the new Sowers Plan
Crop Insurance Co. of Topeka.





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83. Purvines, Earl. Government wheat crop insurance. Grain & Feed Jours.
Consolidated 84( 8): 356. Apr. 24, 1940. 298.8 G762
Address'by the Chicago District Manager of the F. C. I. C.,
before the Grain Market Analysts Club.

84. Rhodes, K. U.S. crop insurance policies. Natl. Underwriter 42:5+
Sept. 1, 1938& 284.68 N21
Not examined.

85. Roesch,, J. L. Hail insurance; digest of recent cases. Spectator
(Property ed.) 5: 34-35. Mar. 7, 1940. :
Not examined.

96. Rogers, Clyds L. The weaknesses of crop insurance, as revealed by
experience andiasearch. Annalist 4s(1245): 750-751. ;Tov. 27,"
1936. 284,8 N48
"This article has been based largely on a study of Crop
Insurance issued by the National Industrial Conference Board in
the Conference Board Bulletin of Oct. 20, 1936."
Names seven difficulties to be overcome. These are "(1) The
problem of price fluctuations; (2) the actuarial problem;
(3) the 'moral risk'; (4) the administrative problem; (5) the
question of establishment and maintenance of reserves; (6) the
sales problem; (7) the danger that-politicians will wreck any
sound plan of crop insurance that may be devised."

87. Rowe, William H. Costs of wheat crop insurance. 'U.S. Dept. Agr.
Bur. Agr. Econ. Agr. Situation. 21(11): lg-19. Nov. 1, 1937.
1 Ec7Ag

88. Rowe, William H., and Smith, Leroy K. Crop insurance. In U.S. Dept.
of agriculture. Farmers' in a changing world. Yearbook of
Agriculture, 1940, pp.755-770. Washington, D. C., C19403
1 AgS4Y 1940o

89. Rowe, William H. Crop ihsuranbe for'wheat. In Joint committee on
appraisal and mortgage analysis. Proceedings of the 6 ural group
sessions, National. appraisal forum, Nov. 19 ahd 20,.1937,.
pp.43-45, processed.. Washington, D. C. c1938. 282'J662

90. Rowe, William H. Crop insurance: for wheat. U.S. Dept. AJgr. Bur.,
Agr. Econ. Agr. Finance Rev. l(1): 19-22. May 1938. ,1.9 Ec78A
Describes the crop insurance program for wheat and the organ-
ization of the Federal Crop Insurance Corporation set up to
administer the program.

91. Rowe, William H. Federal crop insurance. Jour. timer. Insurance
14(10): 20-22. Oct. 1937. 284.68 J822 .
Exderpts from an address before The Mutual Convention at
Grand Rapids, Mich., October 4,5,6, and 7.








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92. Rowe, William H. Governmental crop insurance. Jour. Amer. Insur-
ance 14(10): 20-22. Oct. 1937. 284.68 J822

93- Rowe, William H. History of the crop insurance program, general
plan of operation4 and economic justification for certain
salient provisions of the regulations, application and policy.
23pp., processed. Washington, D. C., U.S; Dept. of agriculture,
Federal crop insurance corporation, c19389. 1.9 088H

94. Rowe, William H. Is crop insurance advisable? Wharton Rev.
Iinance and Corn. 11(4): 10, 17. Jan. 1938.
Not. examined.

95. Rowe, William H. Progress in Government crop insurance. U.S. Dept.
Agr. Bur. Agr, Econ. Agr. Finance Rev. 1(2): ll-14, Nov. 1938.
1.9 Fc7?A

96. Rowe, W.4" '.z -: H Progress of the Federal wheat crop-insurance
pry *- U.S. Dept. Agr. Bur. Agr. Econ. Agr. Finance Rev.
2(1, 31-33. May 1939. 1.9 Ec78A

97. Schenck, Hassil E. Crop insurance is important feature of Triple A.
Hoosier Farmer 22(6): 5, 26. June 1938. 280.28 H176

98. Seibels, E. G., and Suter, G. D. Cotton cover. Weekly. Underwriter
l42: 1081-1082. May 4. 1940.
Not examined.

99. Seibels, E.G. Problems of the cotton underwriter. Insurance
SField (Fire ed.) 69:20-21. June 13, 1940.
Not examined.. ,

100. Shepard, H. B. Field for more premiums in insuring-private forests.
Natl. Underwritert43. 5+. Mar. 9,1939. 284.68 N21
Not examined.

101. Shepard, H. B. Fire insurance for forests. Jdur. Land & Pub.
Utility Econ. 13(2): 111-115. May 1937. 282.8 J82
Calls attention, to conclusions reached in the study "Forest
Fire Insurance Pacific Coast States", and to a study in pro-
gress in the Northeastern States.

102. Shepard, H. B. Forest fire insurance. Conn. Forest and Park Assoc.
Conn. Woodlands 3: 35-36. Sept. 1938. 99.8 076
Not examined.

103. Shepard, H. B. Forest fire insurance in the northeastern states.
U.S. Dept. Agr. Tech. Bul. 651, 46pp. Washington, D.C., 1939.
1 Ag8g4Te





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Literature cited, pp.45-46.
"This bulletin covers an inquiry into the practical pbssi-
bilities of fire insurance for forest properties into the north-
eastern United States and follows the lines of an earlier study
carried on in the Pacific Coast States...The purpose of the two
studies is to establish the basic principles involved in forest
fire insurance in all sections of the country.#

104. Shepard, H. B. Forest fire insurance in the Pacific Coast States.
U.S. Dept. Agr. Tech. Bul. 551, l6Spp. Washington, D. C.,
1937. 1 Ag84Te
Literature cited, p. 168.
This study, which was made in 1930-34, discusses the need
for forest fire insurance in the United States; the principles
of fire insurance applicable to forest properties; practical
considerations in the application of forest fire insurance;
forest fire hazards; proposed schedules of rates; etc.

105. Shields, R. H., and Donoho, H. All-risk wheat crop insurance in the
United States of America under the Federal crop insurance act
of 1938. Internatl. Inst. Agr. Internatl. Bul..Agr,'Law, no.-l,
1940. pp.4-19, Rome, Italy, 1940. 30.5 1n83
"Summary: 1. Historical outline 2. The Federal Crop In-
surance Act of 1938 and the Federal Crop Insurance Corporation-
3. Basic principle 4, The 1939 Wheat Crop Insurance Program-
5. The 1940 Program.- 6. Conclusions."

106. Smith, Leroy K. Crop insurance. U.S. Dept. Agr. Bur. Agr. Econ.
Agr. Econ. Agr. Situation 24(12): 17-18. Dec. l940. 1 Ec7Ag

107. Smith, Leroy K. Crop insurance and the high plains; :talk before the
Regional farm conference, Dodge City, Kansas, March 7, 1939.
1Opp., processed. Washington, D.C., U.S. Dept. of agriculture,
Federal crop insurance corporation, 1939. 1;9 C8SS rno.33

108. Smith, Leroy K. Crop insurance for cotton. Amer. Cotton Grower
5(2): 9, 16. July 1939. 72.8 Am32

109. Smith, Leroy K. Crop insurance on the proving ground. Talk...at
farmers week, Ohio State University February 2, 1939. l4pp.,
processed. Washington, D.C., U.S. Dept. of agriculture, Federal
crop insurance corporation, 1939. 1.9 C88S rno.23

110. Smith, Leroy K. A report on crop insurance; a talke.before the annual
meeting of the American farm bureau federation, New Orleans, La.,
December 12, 1938. 8pp., processed. Washington, D.C. U.S. Dept.
of Agriculture, Federal crop insurance corporation, 1938.
1.9 C088S cno.lj .: .





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111. Smith, Leroy K. cWheat crop insurance] Grain & Feed Jours.
Consolidated 81(6): 260-261. Sept. 23, 1938. 298.8 G762
Remarks on wheat crop insurance at the 42nd annual con-
vention of the Grain & Feed Dealers National Association, To-
ronto, Ontario, September 25-26-27, 1938.

112. Smith, Leroy K. Wheat income stability; text of talk..tat Farm and.
home week, Feb. 9, 1940, Kansas State college, Manhattan,
Kansas. 9PP., processed. Washington, D. C., U.S. Dept. of
agriculture, Federal crop insurance corporation, 1940. 1.9 C088S

113. Soth, Lauren K. Is this farewell to failure? Successful Farming
35(3): 20, 99-101, 113. Mar. 1937& 6 Sul2
A discussion of the advantages and the difficulties of any
plan of crop insurance which might be put into effect.

114. Stratton, Clif. Wheat insurance very popular. Kans. Farmer 76(14): 2.
July 15, 1939. 6 K13

115. T&lboti W, 4. Single grade in wheat insurance. Southwest. Miller
17(24): 4-l.' Aug. 9, 1938. 298.8 So82
Explains why ordinary No. 2 hard winter wheat is the basis for
calculations on 'premiums and indemnities by the Federal Crop
Insurance Corporation in the hard winter wheat territory served
by the Kansas City office.

116. Thatcher, M. W. Crop insurance another milestone. Wheat crop
yield insurance becomes a national program by act of Congress.
How the program was 'initiated and pushed through Congress --
facts taken from the record. Farmers Unibn Herald (n.s.)12(3):
1, 3, 5. Mar. 1938. 280.28 F224

117. Thatcher, M. W.- EReport on3 wheat crop insurance Apr. 27, 1937.
Farmersi Union Herald (n.s.) ll(5): 1. May 1937. 280.28F224
Not examined.

118. They're insuring crops in Kansas. New mutual casualty company in
Topeka insures cost of production for wheat growers. Unlike
the government's plan, it is on an all-cash basis. business
Week, no. 397, pp. 30, 32. Apr. 10, 1937. 280.8 Sy8
On the Sowers Plan Crop Insurance co., of Topeka, Kansas.

119. Thompson, Arthur T. Could you stand a hail 11blitz?" Wallacesl
Farmer and Iowa Homestead 66(7): 252. Apr. 5, 1941. 6 0833
Points out how farmers have survived all kinds of weather
hazards and other misfortunes and describes the damage of a
hail storm near Portsmouth, Iowa, on the night of July 8, 1940.
"Unfortunately, very few farmers were carrying hail insurance...
For 1941, there doubtless will be.many more policies written."





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121. U.




122. U.






123. U.









124. U.




125. U.


S.


Congress. House. Committee on agriculture. Cotton crop insur-
ance. Hearing...76th Cong., 1st session on H.R.6972, a bill to
amend the Federal crop insurance act. July 6 and 10, 1939.
Serial F. 49pp. Washington, D. C., U.S. Govt. print, off.,
1939. 284.6 Un39S2C
Contains statements of R. T, Baggett, Cecil A. Johnson,
and Leroy K. Smith.


S. Congress, House, Committee on agriculture. Federal crop insur-
ance. Hearings...75th Cong., 1st session .on S.1397, a bill to
create a Federal crop insurance corporation, and for other pur-
poses. May 26, June 2, 14, 22, 23, 1937. Serial E. 126pp.
Washington, D. CG, U.S. Govt. print, off., 1937. 284.6 Un39S2

,S. Congress. Senate. Committee on agriculture and forestry. Federal
crop insurance. Hearings...75th Cong., 1st session on S.1397,
a bill to create a Federal crop insurance corporation, and for
other purposes. February 25, 26, 27, March 1, 8, and 9, 1937..
223pp. Washington, U.S. Govt. print, off., 1937, 284.6 Un398
Includes statements of Secretary Wallace, A. G, Black, Roy M.,
Green, and others.

S. Congress, 76th, 1st session, Senate. S.2635.,A bill to amend
the Federal crop insurance act. By Mr. Bankhead, June 19, 1939,
CWashington, D.C., 1939]
Reported to the Senate (S. Rept..681), June 27, 1939. Passed-
Senate, June 19, 1939. Reported to-HouseE(H. Rept,-1207) con
H.R.6972, Fulmer companion bill to S.26353 July Ig, 1939. Passed
House Apr. .20, 1940. Vetoed by the President, May 6, 194o.
(S. Doc. 193).
This bill would extend to cotton the system of Federal crop
insurance now applied to wheat.

S. Dept. of agriculture. Crop insurance: is it practical? l4pp.
Washington, D. C,, 1937. (DS-14) 1 AgS6Ds no. 14.
Issued in cooperation with the Extension Service and the
Agricultural Adjustment Administration.
Group discussiim material on crop insurance.

S. Dept. of agriculture. Report of the Secretary of agriculture
1940, l84pp. Washington, D.C., .9.40. 1 Ag84
Crop insurance, pp.58-59.
The Report for 1938, PP.37-39, describes provisi ns of the
Federal Crop Insurance Act, under the caption: Crop Insurance
Provided For Wheat Growers.
-The Report for 1939, pp.7-94, contains a report on Federal
Crop Insurance.







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126. U.S..


Dept. of agriculture. Agricultural adjustment, administration,..
Amended regulations.pertaining to making of advances to persons
to enable them to obtain insurance from Federal cr6p insurance
corporation. 4pp., processed. rWashington, D. C. T June 14,
19ho. '(ACP-99 revised) l'.42" AdAcb


127. U.S. Depth. of agriculture. Agricultural adjustment administration
Crop insurance for wheat. 5PP., processed. [Washington, D. C.,
Feb. 12.6, 1938 .1.42 W56C .

129. U.S. Dept. of agriculture. Agricultural adjustment, administration.
Crop insurance for wheat; a summary of the report of the Presi-
dentis committee on crop insurance as it pertains to wheat.
8 pp., processed. Washington, D. C., Sept. 1937. (G-75)
1.4 Ad4Ge no.75. .

129. U.S..'Dept, of agriculture. Agricultural' adjustment administration.
Crop insurance for wheat growers, a brief summary of the provi-
sions and proposed operation 'of the Federal crop insurance act.
4pp., processed. Washington, D. C., Mar. 1936. (G-84)
1.4 Ad4Ge ilo.'84'


130. U.





131. U;






132. U.s




133. u.:




134. u.


S. Dept..of agriculture, agricultural adjustment administration...
East Centr'al division. fnsurabld losses of wheat in selected
counties of Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, Ken-
tucky, and Tennessee. 1930-1935. 5PP., processed. 8Washington,
D. C.,' 19383 1.42 E47lns

S. Dept. of agriculture. Agricultural adjustment administration.-
Western division. Organization and procedure relating to the
administration of the federal crop insurance program in the
Western division, Agricultural adjustment administration, in*
states of the western region. '6pp., processed. Washington, D. Co,
June 9, 1938. (W&-FCI-.1) 1.42 W52Fc

S. Dept.. of agriculture.. Agricultural adjustment administration.
Western division. Sthte office procedure for handling crop,
insurance applications. Spp.., processed. Washington, D. C.,
June 16, 1938.' (WR-FCI-2) 1.42 W52Fc

S. Dept. of agriculture.. Bur. of agricultural economics. Federal
wheat crop insurance. I.S. Dept. ngr. Bur. Agr. Econ. Agr.
Finance Rev. 2(2): 62-63. Nov, 1939:; 3l)': 32. ,May 194O; 3(2):
69-72.. Nov. V940. 1.9 Ec7S '

3. Dept. of agriculture..Bur. of agricultural economics.. Land
sale contracts utilizing crop' insurance protection U.S. Dept.
Agr. Bur. Agr. Econ. Agr. Finance Rev. 2(2): 60Z62. Nov. 1939.
1.9 Eo7SA


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135. U.S. Dept. of agriculture. Bur. of agricultural economics. Re-
port of the Chief. 40pr. Washington, D. C., 1939. 1 Agg4
Report on crop insurance, pp.25-26.

136. U.S. Dept. of agriculture. Federal crop insurance corporation.
Annual report of the manager...1938/39-1939/40. 2 nos. Wash-
ington, D. C., 1939-1940. 1 Agg4

137. U.S. Dept. of agriculture. Federal crop insurance corporation.
Crop insurance for wheat. 'Handbook for county insurance repre-
sentatives. 13pp., processed. Washington, D. 0., May 1939.
1.9 oG88C

138. U.S. Dept. of agriculture. Federal crop insirance-corporation.
Danger ahead! 4pp. EWashington, D. C., 19413 1 088D

139. U.S. Dept. of agriculture. Federal crop insurance corporation,
FCI Information, nos. 1-16. Washington, D. 0. 1939-1940.
1 CS8I
Contents:
No. 1. Can you afford "profitable waiting?11"c43pp.
No. 2. Make surplus wheat work. 3PP.
No. 3. Sow with certainty. 4pp.
No. 4. Drought defense. E4]pp.
No, 5. Assured farm income through cooperation, c4pp.
No, 6. Your farm will suffer crop failure when? 4pp.
No. 7. Wheat crop insurance means assured buying power. 6pp.
No. 8. Insure against wheat losses. He does. 4pp.
No. 9. Questions and answers on wheat crop insurance. 13pp.
No. 10., Insured harvests, 114pp.
No. 11. Crop insurance and the multiple unit land owner.. 9PP.
No. 12. "Let i.e toll you what crop insurance !-eans to me,"
6pp.
No. 13. Crop insurance and the country elevator. lOpp.
No. 14. Before you plant insure!"All-risk" crop insurance
guarantees wheat income. 12pp.
No. 15. Questions & answers on 1941 crop insurance, l4pp,
No. 16. Is this your farm? lOpp.

i4o. U.S. Dept. agriculture. Federal crop insurance corporation. FOI -
yields and rates. 24pp., processed. [Washington, D. C., 19403
1.952 F31

141. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture. Federal crop insurance corporation. Form
FCI. Waehington, D. C. .1938-1941. 1 CSgF
Contents:
No. 27. Instructions on signatures and authorizations re-
lating to Federal crop insurance programii. 6pp.
May 26, 1930.






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1o. 31. nWheat crop insurance county procedure. Instructions
relating to the administration of the crop insurance
program. 29pp. iay 17, 1938.
No. 60. Wheat 1939. Loss adjustment procedure and ad-
juster's manual. 22pp. Feb. 2, 1939.
FCI-1. Wheat 1940. County yield and rate procedure.
Wheat brop insurance. 17pp. Mar. 29, 1939. Also
Supplement no. 1. County yields and rate procedure.
Supplement for special practices. Wheat crop in-
surance. 3pp. Mar. 29, 1939.
Form FCI-11-Wheat 1940. cSections I-VIII3 County application
procedure. Wheat crop insurance. 21pp. 1939.
Form FOI-11-Wheat 1940. Sections IX and X. 10pp. 1939.
FCI-101-WI. County yield and rate procedure 1941 wheat crop
insurance program. County procedure for 1941 farm
wheat yields. Agricultural conservation program.
13pp. Feb. 1940. Supplement for Special Practices.
Supplement no.1. 2pp. Feb. 1940.
FCI-111-W. County application procedure. Wheat crop insur-
ance. 29pp. June 14, 1940. Section XIV of the
County application procedure (6pp) issued July 23,
1940. Supplement to Section XIV (3PP.) issued
Sept. 26, 1940. Sections XV and XVI of the County
application procedure. Notice of seeding. Wheat
crop insurance (l7pp) issued Aug. 1940.
FCI-160-W. 1941 loss adjustment procedure and adjusters
manual. Feb. 1941.
FCI-201-W. County yield and rate procedure, 1942 wheat
crop insurance program. County procedure for 1942
farm wheat yields. Agricultural conservation program.
1941. Supplement 1. County yield and rate procedure
1942 wheat crop insurance program. Supplement for
special practices. Feb. lq41.

142. U.S. Dept. of agriculture. -Federal crop insurance corporation.
General information series, nos. 1-6. Washington, D. C.,
1938-1939. 1 C8gG
Contents:
No. 1. Crop insurance for wheat growers; a brief summary of
the provisions and proposed operations of the Federal
crop insurance act. 4pp.
No. 2. Economic justification for certain salient provisions
of the regulations, application, and policy for wheat
crown insurance with a brief history of the program
and a brief outline of the general plan of operation.
20pp.
No. 3. Questions and answers on crop insurance. 5PP.
Ho. 4. Wheat crop insurance and agricultural credit. 4pp.
No. 5. Wheat in your bin every year. C12jpp.
Ho. 6. Your farm will suffer crop failure when? Folder.







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143. U.S. Dept. of agriculture. Federal crop insurance corporation.
A graphic picture of the wheat crop insurance program. 9PP.,
processed. CWashington, D. C.3 Apr. 194o. 1.952 .76

144. U.S. Dept. of agriculture. Federal Crop insurance corporation.
Insured wheat income. U. S. Dept. Agr. Fed. Crop Insurance
Corp. Kans. Leaflet l,'llpp. Washington, D. C., June 1940.
1 088K no. 1
Issued in cooperation with the Kansas Agricultural Con-
servation Committee.

145. U.S. Dept. of agriculture. Federal crop insurance corporation.
Memorandum of explanation relating to 1940 Wheat crop insur-
ance regulations designated as FCI-Regulations-1, Wheat-1940.
U.S. Dept. Agr. Fed. Crop Insurance Corp. Memorandum Ser.
Operating no. 45,32pp., processed. Washington, D. C., June
23, 1939. 1.9 CSSM

146. U.S. Dept. of agriculture. Federal crop insurance corporation.
1941 wheat crop insurance regulations. lgpp., Washington,
D. C. (FCI Regulations 101-W) June 14, 1940. 1 CSSFe 101-W
1940 regulations were issued as FCr-Regulations i.


i47. U.S.






14s. u.s.




149. u.s.






150. u.s.


Dept. of agriculture. Federal cror insurance corporation. Now
is the time to think about yield insurance on your next wheat
crop. U.S. Dept. Agr. Fed. Crop Insurance Corp. N. Dak. Leaf-
let 1, 4pp. Washington, D. C. Dec. 1940. 1 C88N
Issued if cooperation with North Ddkota Agricultural Con-*
servation Committee.

Laws, Statutes,' etc. An act to amend section 12 of the Soil
conservation and domestic allotment act, as 'amended, by author-
izing advances for crop insurance. Approved liar. 25, 1939.
53 Stat. 550 (Oh. 15). 148.5 St2

Laws, statutes, etc. An act to amend the Federal crop insurance
act approved Ju'ne 27, 1938. 52 Stat. 835 (Ch. 563). 148.5 St2
Amends the Federal Cr'op Insurance Act so "as to permit the
acceptance of paymTents from producers in any year to be applied
toward premiums on their insurance contracts for the current
and next succeeding year.

Laws, statutes, etc. CAgricultural adjustment act of 19383
An act to provide for the conservation of national soil resources
and to provide an adequate and balanced flow of agricultural
coumoditics in interstate and foreign commerce and for other
purposes. Approved Feb. 16, 1933. 52 Stat. 31-77 (Ch.30).
148.5 St2
Title V. Crop insurance, pp.72-77.








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151. U.S.


President's committee on crop insurance. Report and .recommen-
dations. 46pp., processed. Washington, D. C., Dec. 1936.
173.2 CS7
Resolutions adopted on December 3, 1936 by representatives
of wheat producers, pp. 45-46.
In their letter of transmittal to the President, the Com-
mittee, which was composed of Wayne C. Taylor, A. G. Black,
Ernest G. Draper, H. R. Tolley and Henry A. Wallace, chairman,
states:
"The report consists of a discussion of the economic and
social background for crop insurance, an examination of
questions of public policy involved, a plan of crop insurance
recommended by this committee, and a condensed statement of the
committees recommendations. In addition, an appendix is
attached containing statistical data developed by the Bureau of
Agricultural Economics and the Agricultural Adjustment Ad-
ministration, and certain other reference material."
The recommendations of the Committee appear on pp. 23-25.


152. Wallace, Henry Agard. Common aims in agriculture. Address...be-
fore a gathering of Negro tladers and farmers at bhskegee
institute, Tuskegoe, Ala., September 10, 1936. 13pp.-, processed.
EWashington, D. C., U.S. Dept. of agriculture, 19363 1.9 Ag8636
Points to the need of a form of crop insurance.

153. Wallace, Henry Agard. Crop insurance arrives. Address...before
meeting of farmers and farm leaders to launch the crgp insurance
program, at Omaha, Nebraska, broadcast over N.B.C. Farm and home
hour, Apr. 19, 1938. llpp., processed. Washington, D. C.,
U.S. Dept. of agriculture, 1938. 1.9 Aggb636

154. Wallace, Henry Agard. The report of the Crop insurance committee
to the President. An address...broadcast during the National
farm and hoe hour by the National broadcasting company and
affiliated stations, from Washington...Dec. 24, 1936. 4pp.,
processed. [WashingtoZ, D. C., U.S. Dept. of agriculture,
19363 1.9 ags636

155. Wallace, Henry Agard. Responding to change in agriculture. an
address...at the annual meting of the Land grant college
association at Houston, Texas, on November b16, 1936. llpp.,
processed. cWashington, D. C., 19363 1.9 Agg636
Includes a discussion of the possibilities of crop insur-
ance and of what such insurance would involve.

156. Webber, Norman W. The hail insurance problem. Pa. State Hort.
Assoc. News l4(l): 28-32. Mar. 1937. 81 P38







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Address at the 7gth Annual meeting of the Pennsylvania
Horticultural Association Jan. 20-21, 1937 in Harrisburg,
Pa.
Discusses the cost of hail losses and of hail insurance and
suggests that it is on this basis that growers decide whether or
not to carry hail insurance. An 'example is cited of insuring
a twenty acre fruit farm.

157. Wheeler, Marion E., comp. Agricultural relief measures relating
to the raising of farm prices 74th Congress, January 3,
1935 to June 20, 1936, U.S. Dept. Agr. Bur. Agr. Econ. Agr.
Econ. Bibliog. 84, 75PP-, processed. Washington, D. C., Apr.
1940. 1.9 Ec73A no. 84
Crop insurance, pp.5-6.
compt
158. Wheeler, Marion E., and Herb, Mamie I.^ Agricultural relief measures
relating to the raising of farm prices 75th Congress, January
5, 1937 to June 16, 1938. U.S. Dept. Agr. Bur. Agri Econ.
Agr. Econ. Bibliog. 76, 109pp., processed. Washington, D. C.,
Feb. 1939. 1.9 Ec73A. no.76
Crop insurance, pp.11-15o

159. Wickard, Claude R. Working together in agriculture; address...
before the annual meeting of the North Dakota farmers' union,
at Jamestown, North Dakota, October 10, 1940. lOpp., processed.
Washington, D. C., U.S. Dept. of agriculture, Oct. 10, 1940.
1.91 A2W63 Cno.43
A discussion of the benefits of the farm program to the
wheat farmer. Includes a brief reference to the insurance
feature (pp.5-6) of the wheat program.which has helped to
stabilize farm income.

160. Wilder, S. W. The crop insurance plan. Grain & Feed Rev. 26(5):
12-13. Jan. 1937. 280.28 C78
Also. in Farvers' Elevator Guide 32(l)i13-14. Jan. 5,1937;
Mod. Miller 63(50): 16, 17. .Dec. 12, 1936; Southwest. Miller
15(41): 21, 43. Dec. .8, 1936.
This is a discussion of the Washington, D. C., Conference
on Crop Insurance.- Points for and against the various types of
crop insurance are outlined.

161. Yoder, Fred R. Introduction to agricultural economics. 494pp.
New York, T. Y. Crowell co. E1938]. (Crowell's social science
series) 281.12 Y7
Selected'reforences at end of each chapter.
Insurance for the farmer, -Ch. X, pp.245-261. Windstorm
insurance, pp. 250-251; crop insurance, pp.251-257.)






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162. Zipf, 14m. H. Hail insurance the silver lining to the dark clouds
of disaster. Amer. Fruit Grower 59(5): 12, 22, 23. May 1939.
80 G35
Gives reasons why hail insurance is becoming increasingly
popular in the fruit production industry.


Foreign Countries

163. Arcoleo, F. Agricultural insurance in Greece. Internatl. Inst.
Agr. Monthly Bul. Agr. Econ. and Sociol. reprint from Inter-
natl. Rev. Agr.3 29(4): 184E-199E. Apr. 1938. 280.29 In83
Hail and livestock insurance in Greece.

164. Arcoleo, F. Crop insurance. Internatl. Inst. Agr. Monthly Bal.
Agr. Econ. and Sociol. Creprint from Internatl. Rev. Agr.3
31(7&s, 9 ): 271E-27E, 306E-316E. July-Aug., Sept. 1940.
280.29 In83
The purpose of the first part of this article is to"outline
the difficulties encountered in the introduction and conduct
of insurance which aims at covering loss incurred from two or
more forms of crop damage mentioned in the policy." Thevriter
next deals with early attempts to organize this form of insur-
ance, which is of fairly recent date. The second part "con-
tains a study of the various forms of this kind of insurance
in thu different countries where it has already found practical
application, namely in Switzerland, Greece, France, Bulgaria,
the U.S.S.R., the United States of America and Japan."

165. Arcoleo, F. Livestock insurance in Italy. Internatl. Inst. &gr.
Monthly Bul. Agr. Econ. and Sociol. reprint fromia the Inter-
natl. Rev. Agr.3 28(5): 162E-178S. May 1937. 280.29 In83
"Summary: Companies and societies engaged in this branch of
insurance.- Origin and development of this branch of insurance.-
Legal provisions arpl'ing to ordinary live stock insurance
companies and societies.- National Fascist Federationi of Mutual
Live Stock Insurance Societies.- Model rules of the mutual live
stock insurance societies.- Compulsory notification in the e-
vent of de'.th.- Live stock insurance and agricultural credit.-
Statistical data."-p.162E.

166. Arcoleo, F. Livestock insurance in Germany. Internatl. Inst.
Agr. Monthly Bul. Agr. 3con. and Sociol. reprint from Inter-
natl. Rev. agr.3 28(11,12): 382E-394E, 413E-423E. Nov.-Dec.
1937. 280.29 In83
The first part of the article is concerned with private
insurance against livestock mortality in Germany (origin and
development, livestock insurance contracts, governmental super-
vision of insurance societies, legislation for the prevention
and elimination of contagious diseases), private insurance of
slaughter stock, public livestock insurance, and reinsurance of
livestock risks by small local societies.






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167. Assurance des betteraves et des sucres centre les risques de
guerre. Revue des Agriculteurs de France et 1Agriculture
Pratique 71(ll): 484. Nov.,1939. 14 R325'
Outlines the provisions of the-legislation of Oct. 1939,
introducing compulsory insurance of stock of sugar and
beets against war risks.

169. Baldwin, H.I. forestt fire insurance in Sweden. Jour. Forestry
34:.106g-0lb69. Dec. 1936. 99.g F768
NTot examined.

169. Banco national de credito agr'cola, Mexico. Servicio de re-
posicion de animale.s de trabajo. Reglamento del Servicio
de reposicion de animals de trabajo. 98pp. CMexico
City? 193-?3 284.6 B22 "
The Library of the U.S. Bureau of Agricultural Economics
has a typewritten English translation by May" Co-ilt of pt.
I entitled: Reglamentacion para ol.Servicio de reposicion
de animals.

170. Barou, Noah. Co-operative insurance. 391Vp. London, P. S.
King & son, ltd., 1936. 284.6 B26
Bibliographical foot notes.
Conr-:,ins a chapter on xgriculural Cooperative Insur-
ance and- an appendix, Chronology of Co-operatiVe Insuirance
Institutions. These institutions include hail, windstorm,
and livestock insurance associations.

171. Bauer, Walter. Crop insurance in foreign countries; a summary
of significant developments. U.S. Dept.'Agr. Buir. Agr.
Econ. F.S.-71, l6pp., processed. Washington, D.C., Oct.
1937. 1.9 EcT752
Discusses significant developments in the field of crop
insurance in Belgium, France, Switzerland, Gertmany, Czecho-
slovakia, Poland, Hungary, Yugoslavia, Rumania, Bulgaria,
Greece, Spain, Italy, Japan and China.

172. Burger, 0. E. Agricultural insurance iii South Afrida. So.
African Jouro Econ. 7(4): 410-425. Dec. 1939. 280.8 So83
Reviews cooperative agricultural insurance societies in
South -Africa providing insurance againstt fire and' hail dam-
age; and also livestock and agricultural transportation
insurance.

173. Cannon, Cavendish V. Crop and livestock insurance in Bulgaria.
U.S. Dept. Agr. Bur. Agr. Econ. Foreign mgr. l(i): 49,
processed. Jan.-1937. *1.9'Ec7For
Insurance is said to be available In Bulgaria to all
farmers for"practically all cereal, fodder, fruit, vege-
table, fiber, tobacco, and nut crops...Sepcinl insurance is
also provided for livestock...administered through special
cooperative insurance associations."









174. Compulsory insurance -on property and stock of peasants and
collective farms2 in 1938. U.S, Dept. Cornm. Bur. Foreign
and Dom. Corn. Russian Econ Notes, no. 371, p.S., pro-
cessed, Aug. 15, 1938. 157.54 CR3

175. Confederation international de l1agricultare. Annales de la
Confederation international de 1'&griculture (Commission
international agriculture) Cno.,3 20. Confederation
international de agriculture (Assemble gendrale, &
Prague, 7, 8 et 10 juillet 1938), Commission spdciale de
la cooperation agricole (Reunion annuelle, a Prague, S
juillet 1938), Commission special pour les questions du
travail agricole (journde du travail agricolo, a Prague,
9 juillet 193'), Rapports presents a llAssemblee general
de la C. I. A. et aux reunions des deux Commissions
specials, I Prague. October 1938, 316pp. Paris, 1938.
28 0732A no. 20.
Les assurances agricoles considerees comme une des
tAches de la Confederation Internatianale de 1'Agricul-
ture, by M. W. Beinzger, pp.120-151. "A study of insur-
ance against hail and against livestock mortality, and of
insurance of livestock for slaughter in the various coun-
tries. An appendix gives the results of the authors
investigations in tabular form." U.S. Dept. Agr. Bur.
Agr. Econ. Agr. Econ. Lit. 13(9): 991-992, Nov. 1939.

176. Hamscha, Hans, and-Deutsch, Otto* Die aufgaben der bster-
reichinschen landwirtschaft. 175PP. Wien, Osterreichischer
agrarverlag, 1937. 281.177 Hig
In Oh, 9, pp.69-71," the authors stress the importance
to the Austrian farmer of the possession of hail insurance.
They deplore the decline in the numbers of those insured
from 1927 to 1932 and suggest that hail insurance be made
obligatory.

177. Hansen, Wilmer J; Economic aspects of crop ( yield) insurance
with reference to the Province of Saskatchewan. Canadian
Soc.JAgr. Econ. Proc. (1937)9: 47-58, processed. cWinnipeg,
19373 281.9 016

17S. Harden, F. B. Insurance cover against climatic damage. So.
Austral. Dept. Agr. Jour. 40:974-975. July 1937. 23 So&4
Not examined.

179. Heske, Franz. German forestry. Published for the Oberlaender
trust of the Carl Schurz memorial foundation. 342pp. New
Haven, Yale university press retc.3 1938. 99.66 H462
Bibliography, pp.334-336.
Forest fires and forest fire insurance, pp.303-315.


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1S0. International institute of agriculture. International chronicle
of agriculture"- Sulgaria. Internatl. Inst. Agr. Monthly
Bul.JAgr. Econ. and Sociol. reprint from Internatl. Rev.
Agr.3 30(12): 545E-555E. Dec. 1939. 280,29 Ing3
Agricultural insurance,p.551E. Contains two tables
showing the position of agricultural insurance. The first
deals with insurance against hail and shows the number of
insurance policies, the amount insured, the number of
growers receiving paunents, and the amount of claims paid.
The other table gives similar data for animal insurance.
Both tables' coVer the years .937, 1938 and 1939.

181. Katkoff, V. How Russia reduces risks of farming. U.S. Dept.
Agr. Bur. Agr. Econ. Land Policy Rev. 4(1): 22-25. Jan.
1941. 1 Ec7La
"The Soviet Union uses insurance to cover many agricul-
tural hazards and to encourage peasants to produce needed
crops. One result is strict supervision of farming -
'the peasant is becoming more a farm employee than a
traditional small-scale farmner.111 Editorls Note.

*12. Krull, Tierversicherungsvereine als selbstschutz der neubauern.
Neues L:uerntum 30(2): 43-44. Feb. 1938. 282;28 N39
An account of livestock insurance in Germany and the
so-called self-help method according to which the peasant
members of an organization made up f6r the loss of an animal
by one of their number. The importance of livestock in-
.surance for new settlers is stressed.

183. Lazo, HeSctor. El soguro agrilcola .en M4xico. Mexico Agrario
2(4): 307-311. Oct.-Dec. 1940.
"Gives in broad outline the provisions far the system
of crop insurance in Mexico, which has been approved by *
the Secrotara'do'Hacienda y Cr~dito Publico, the Secre-
tarfa de Agricultura y FoLento mnd the Oonsejo de Ad-
ministracidn of the Banco Nacional de Crddito Ejidal.11"-
U.S. Dept. Agr. Bur. Agr. Econ. Agr. Econ. Lit. 15(3):
296. Mar. 1941.
*
184. Lenz, A. International chronicle of agriculture Uruguay.
Internatl. Inst. Agr. Monthly Bul.iAgr. Econ. and Sociol.
reprint fro.i Internatl. Rev. Agr.3 31(4): 161E-171E.
Apr. 1940. 280.29 In83
Agricultural insurance, p..71E.,
"The whole insurance business of Uruguay' is in the hands
of the State Insurance Bank '(Banco de Seguros del Estado)
which was founded by a law of-December 27, 1911. Since
July 19, 1926, the State insurance monopoly also covers all
agricultural risks, hence also insurance a .ainst hail.
Originally this form of insurance only applied to wheat,
flax, maize oats and barley, but later it was extended to
cover also vines and rice.1"






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185. Manitoba. Economic survey board. Crop insurance in Manitoba;
a report on the feasibility and practicability of crop
insurance in Manitoba...February, 1940. 85pp., processed.
CWinnipeg?) 1940. 284.6 14312
Contents: Report of the Manitoba Crop Insurance Com-
mittee. llpp.; Report on crop insurance in Manitoba, by
C. B. Davidson. 74pp.

1is6. Moussu, Gustave-Auguste. Tuberculose bovine et assurances
mutuelles centre la mortality du bdtail. Academrie d3Agri-
culture de France. Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des
Sdances 23(1, 7): 29-35, 203-207, Jan. 6, Feb. 17, 1937.
14 P215BC
Discusses briefly the work done in the Department of
Indre-et-Loire to enlist the cooperation of the Mutual
insurance societies in the fight against bovine tubercu-
losis and its gratifying results after ten years of effort.

187. Mukherjee, B. Crono insurance and its effects on agricultural
stabilization in India. Indian Jour. Econ. 18(3): 329-337.
Jah. 1938. 280.8 In22

188. Portugal. Ministerio da agriculture. Direcao geral da accao social
agrdria. Repartigao das corporagoes e associaQoes agricolas.
Inqudrito hs associates mdtuas de seguro de gado bovino. 3v.
Lisboa, Servipo de publicidade e biblioteca. 1936.
284.6 P83
"A study of the organization, functions, and activities
of the mutual cattle insurance societies in Portugal, il-
lustrated by many tables and charts." U.S. Dept. Agr.
Bur. Agr. Econ. Agr. Econ. Lit. ll(5): 406. May 1937.

189. Rohrbeck, Walter. Die hagelversicherung in der welt. Germany.
Reichsund Pr. Ministerium flir Ernahrung u. Landwirtschaft.
Berichte fiber Landwirtschaft, n. F. 127. Sonderheft.
244pp. Berlin, P. Parey, 1937. 18 G31A
"This is a study of hail insurance in 52 countries, its
organization and historical development, the conditions of
insurance and the premium rates. Many tables and an exten-
sive bibliography of the subject are appended." U.S.
SDept. Agr. Bur. Agr. Econ. Agr. Econ. Lit. 11(5): 413.
May 1937.

190. Rommel, Curt. Grundlagen der eleiewntarschaden-versicherung.
20pp. cBerlin, E.S. Mittler und sohn, Buchdruckerei, 1937?j
"Sonderdruck aus IZeitschrift flr die gesaute Versich-
erungs-Wissenschaft', Band 37, Heft 1. Herausgegeben vom
Deutschen Verein fuir Versicherungs-Wissenschaft."







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"A discussion of insurance against damage from natural
causes, such as water, earthquake, cyclones', storms, hail,
ice, or snow'with special reference'to its development in
Switzerland during the last decad.'- U.S. Dept. Agr. Bur.
Agr. Econ. Agr. Econ. Lit. 11(7): 758. Sept. 1937.

191. Rommel, Curt. Zur frostschadenversicherung der kulturen.
50pp. Bern, Gedruckt tei Stnmpfli & Cie, 1937. 2S4.6 R66
"Separatabdruck aus 1FeEtgabe fur Hermann Lanz-Stauffer"'.
"A stfldy of insurance against damage caused by frost
from various angles including those of the necessity for
its extension,, the difficulty of putting it into effect,
and its advantages; It is said tQ be a problem of inter-
national proportions and measures taken to put it into
effect in several countries are noted." U.S. Dept. Agr.
Bur. Agr. Econ. Agr. Econ. Lit. 14(2): 126. Feb. 1940.

192. Rickversicherungsverband kantonal-schweizerischer feuerver-
sicherungsanstalt, Bern. Elementarschaden und versich-
erung; studio des Rfickversicherungsverbandes kantonal-
schweizerischer feuerversicherungsanstalten zur forderung
der elementarschadenversicherung. Bearbeitet von H. Lanz-
Sbaufftnr, verbandsdirektor cund3 'dr. jur. Curt Rommel,
abteil-ingsvorsteher in Bern. 2V. Bern, Im'Selbstverlag
des RBtckversicherungsverbandes, 1936. 28g4.6 R86.
Bibliographical foot-notes,
"Volume I. Deals with the various dangers caused by the
elements, their cause and possible prevention. A survey
is given of the methods of insurance against such dam-
age in a number of countries, with special attention to the
practicee in Switzerland, including an estimate of the
probable damage by years.
"Volume II. Devoted to the methods of insurance used
in the various Swiss Cantons. This material is' arranged
in"throe parts Histbrical aspects, Legal aspects, and
Economic aspects. (Adapted from publisher's note)'" -
U.S. Dept. Agr. Bur. Agr. Econ. Agr.' Econ. Lit. ll(8):
81S. Oct. 1937.

193. Sarazin C. Les assurances centre la gtSle. LtAgriculturo
Pratique 102:625-626. Apr. 30, 1938. 14 J52

194. Tardy, Louis.. Report on systems of agricultural, credit and
insurance. ll6pp. [Geneva, 1938] (Series of League of
nations publications. It. Economic and financial'. 1938.
II. A.24) 280.9 L47P 1938 I I, A.- 24.
Insurance against agricultural risks, pp.23-29'; Rec-
ommendationris regarding agricultural credit and agricultural
insurance systems, pp.43-47.








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195, Vlgy, T. Live-stock insurance in Hungary. Internatl. Inst.
Agr. Monthly Bul. A4r. Econ. and Sociol.creprint from
Internatl. Rev. Agr.3 30(9): 418E-429E. Sept. 1939.
280.29 In83
Subtopics: General and historical considerations;
veterinary conditions; legal basis of live-stock insurance;
insurance companies, co-operative societies and the legal
status of local co-operative societies; direct insurance,
premiums, conditions of insurance; prospects.

196. Volin, Lazar. Crop insurance in the Soviet Union. U.S. Dept.
Agr. Bur. Agr. Econ. Foreign Agr. 1(9): 447-452, processed.
Sept. 1937. 1.9 Ec7For
It is pointed out that "crop insurance in the Soviet
Union forms. a part of the general scheme of compulsory
rural insurance," and that a larger number of risks are
covered than in other countries. While the system of
Soviet crop insurance" is still in an experimental shape,"
that "it has a broad, national scope must be considered
a definite advantage. It should be noted that it is a com-
pulsory scheme with a provision for supplementary insurance
on a voluntary basis. Placed as it is on a cash basis, the
scheme has, of course, suffered from the low purchasing
power of the ruble in the hands of the farmer...Another
serious disadvantage, from the standpoint of farmers, is
that the greatest hazard of Russian agriculture the
drought is not covered by insurance in the case of most
of the important crops."

197. Volin, Lazar. How crop insurance works in Soviet Russia.
Rice News 5(10): 5-6, 20. Aug. 1938. 59.8 R362

198. Weiss, F. J. European farmers use haillrockets; sale of hail
insurcnnce. Natl. Underwriter 44:6+ Jan. 25, 1940.
284.6S 1121
Not examined.

199. Wheat insurance system. Manchurian Econ. Eev. 5(21): 23.
Nov. l 1938. 280.8 M314
Gives an outline of the insurance system which will be
managed by the agricultural cooperatives, and which was
undertaken "in view of the weak resistance of wheat against
natural disasters as compared.with maize, kaoliang, millet,
etc., and the consequent tendency among farmers of avoid-
ing the cultivation of wheat." U.S. Dept. Agr. Bur. Agr.
Econ. Agr. Econ. Lit. 13(1): 71-72. Jan. 1939.





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IMDEX


Item


Agricultural adjustment act of
1938, crop insurance pre-
visions.. ...... ... .. ........ 150
Arcoleo, F.
Agricultural insurance in
Greece ... ......... .. 163
Crop insurance ................ 164
Crop insurance in the United
States of America............ 1
Live stock insurance in
Germany ......... ......... 166
Live stock insurance in Italy.165
Austria .......................... 176

Bagge-tt, R.T..
Application of crop insurance.
*to. cotton .................... .2
P.lan for. cotton-crop insurance..3
s-tatement on cotton crop
insurance................... 120
Suggested plan for cotton-crop
insurance. With W,H.Rowe....4
Wheat. crop insurance program.
With W.H.Rowe... ............ .5
Baker John. Progress of the crop
insurance program. With R.M.
Green..... .. .. ... ..... ............ ...57
Baldwin, H.I. Forest fire in-
surance in Sweden..............16l
Banco de seguros del estado
(Uruguay) ... ................. 184
Banco national de credito agr'-
cola; iie::ico, Servicio de
reposicidn de aniuales de trabajo
Reglamento................ .1b9
Banco national de credito ejidal.
Consejo de administracion..1S3
Bankbhead,. Senator, bill to amend
Federal crop insurance, act...123
Barou, Noah. Co-operative
insurance ...... .............. .170
Bast, 0.F. Crop insurance and
storage under farm bill.........6
Bauer, Walter. Crop insurance
in foreign countries ..........171
Beinzger, M.W. Les assurances
agricoles coneiderees comnne une
..des teaches de la confederation
international de l'agri-
culture ....................... 175


Item


Belgium .. ....... ............... .171
Bennett, Ira, analysis of federal
wher.t insuranice................. .7
Bennett, W.H. Revelations made
on the corn loan program of
the ........ ... .... .
Berryman, C.W. Federal. crop
insurance. **......... ...... ..... .9
Bird, J.i .
Four times as many insure
wheat. .. .................... 10
Insuring the wheat crop:.......11.
Two years of crop insurance.....12
Wheat crop insured..............13
Bissell, R.. Crop insurance....27
Black, A. G. ... ..... ..... .... .151
Crop insurance.................*4
Crop insurance on wheat......... 15
Goal of crop, insurance.......... 16
Should we insure the wheat crop.
With R.E. Sterling...... ...17
statement on .crop insurance....122
Toward farm security...........lg1
Black, J.D. Three years of the
Agricultural adjustment admin-
istration. With others....:... .79
Botts, R..R. .Soime problems in
connection with crop insurance
for citrus fruits...............19
Bowman, E.K. Crop insurance...... 20
Boyle, J.E. Ifs of crop insurance21
Bri6gs, F.A. Crop insurance not
new idea........................22
Brookings institution. Institute of
Seconokiics. Three years of the
SAgricultural adjustment admin-
istration ...................... .79
Bubolz, G.i.
Farwers-mutual windstorm-insurance
companies. ....... ....... .. .23
.50Q.years of mutual wind-storm
insurance. ....... ..... ...2
Bulgaria..............164, i71,173,190
Burger, O.E. Agricultural insurance
in South Africa ...............172

Cady, E.L. Crop insurance, a step
toward agricultural security...***.25




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Item


Canada ............................ 33
Manitoba ...................... 185
Saskatchewan ......... .... .177
Canadian society of agricultural
economics. Economic aspects of
crop (yield) insurance with
reference to the Province of
....Saskatchewan.......... ........ 177
Cannon, C.W. Crop and.livestock
insurance in Bulgaria.........173
Capper, Arthur. Fair trial for
crop insurance.................26
Chamber of commerce of the United
States. Agricultural dept.
Current issues in the agri-
cultural situation............ 27
China ........................... 171
Christian s-cience monitor..........33
Chub-bh, Hendon. *. Insurance that
adequately protects cotton.....28
*Cit rus fruits................... 6-19
'Clapper, Raymond. Crop insurance..2V
-Clark, R.M. Orchard .hail
insurance ...... .... .. ... .. .30
.Olendenin, J.C.
Crop insurance ................31
Federal crop insurance.........32
-Confederation international de
1 agriculture................. 175
Congressional digest. Question :
-* of establishing a Federal system
Sof "all risk" crop insurance...33
Congressional Record............ p. 1
Connecticut forest anrLd.park
association.................. 102
Cooke, G.W. North Dakota state
hail insurance, 1911-36 ....... 34
Corn............ ........ .................0
* Cotton insurance.... .2-4,22,28,38,9S-
99,108
hearings ......................120
S legislation, veto.............123
Coult, May .................... 169
*Creel, G. Fattening the len
years; crop -insurpnce..........35,
Crop insurance ....... 1,6,9,14,18,21,
26,29,31-32,35,40,45,47-48,
50,53,58-59,66,74,79,84, s,
91,92,94,106,109-110,135,130,
138,153,1l6,164


Item A


Crop insurance Continued
advantages and disadvantages...113
and banker................ .. 71
and the A...............20,41,97
.Belgium..... ... ........... .... .171
Bulgaria............164,171,173
Canada
Manitoba.................... 185
Saskatchewan................177
China ............. .......... ...171
conference.............. .73,76,160
Czechoslovakia.................171
evaluation...................... 49
FCI yields and rates........... 140
favored by Kansas Farmers Co-
operative Association....... .36
foreign countries..............194
France.................... 164,171
.. fundamentals....................51
Germany..... .................171
glossary of terms .............. 33
Greece ..................... 164,171
group discussion material...... 124
High Dplains ....................107
history.. .i,37,'54,64-65,8l ,193,164
Hungary ................ ..... ..171
India .......................... .1 7
insect damage...................43
Iowa....................... .. 25
Italy......................... 171
Japan......................164,171
Kansas...... ............ ...... 2
legislation ................ 148-150
described.............. .... .125
hearings on.............121-122
list ....................... 157-158
proposed ..................... 81
Mexico ... ........... ..... .183
need for... ......... .... ...... 152
North Dakota....................46
objectives.................. .16,55
organization and procedure,
We.atern division............ 131
place in a farm program......... 56
Poland ........................ .171
possibilities........... .... ... .155
pro and con discussion......33,160
problems ............... .. ... 5
procedure for handling applications,
Western division............ 132







Item
Crop insurance Continued
progrews.......... .. .... .**57,95
protection,
utilized by land sale
contracts................. 134
regulations, amended..... ... .126
report of PresidentIs committee
See U.S. Presidents com-
mittee on crop insurance
Rumania ......... ..... 171
South Australia...............178
Spain .............** *..............171
Switzerland ...........164,171,192
two years of..................12
U.S.S.R ....... 164,174,18i,196-197
Uruguay ............. .. ..... .184
various countries............ .192
weaknesses .................86
Yugoslavia .............. .... ...171
See also Corn; Cotton insurance;
Hail insurance; etc. .. -
Czechoslovakia................. .171

Davidson, C.B. Report on crop
insurance in Man.itoba........ .185
Davis, J.S. Three ycars of the
Agricultural adjustment ad-
ministration. With others.....79
Davis, W.B. Insurc.ance on farm
crops not a new idea........... 37
Delaware............ ............ 130
Deutsch, Otto. Die auf&aben der
osterreichinschen landwirtschaft.
With Hans Hamscha .............176
Donoho, H. All-risk wheat crop
insurance in the United States
of America under the Fedoral
crop insurance act of 1938.
With R.H. Shields.............105
Doyle, J.H. Cotton endorsements 38
Draper, E.G......... ......*** *...151
Dutton, C.E. "Luckily, we were
covered.' ....... .... ** ..39

England... ...... ... ... .. .... 170
Eriksson, E.McK. Crop
insurance............. .........40-
Europe .. ...... . 1 8
See also nai.ies of countries in
Lurope
Evan.s, R.i. Insurance and
the a.AA ......... ... .. .41


Itern


Pagan, F.N. Hail insurance and
the fruit grower ...9..............42
Fleming,- Harold.................33
Flint, W.P. Evaluation of insect
damage under the crop. insurance
plan ............................43
Flora, S.D. Stark tragedy in hail
losses unless crops are insured 44
Foreign countries.............163-199
Forest fire insurance.........100,102
Germany ....................... .179
Northeastern states........101,103
Pacific Coast states.......101,104
Sweden............. ........... 16g
France 164,167,171,1is6,193
Frost insurance..,................191
Fruits See Citrus fruits; Orchards

Genung; A.B. Some notes on
crop insurance.................. 45
Germany .......,..... 166 ,171, 179 g182
Germany. Reichsund Pr. Ministerium
fir ernahrung u. landwirtschaft.
Die hagelversicherung in .der
welt .................. .......... 189
Gorman, N.D. Crop insurance as it
relates to North Dakota.........46
Greece......'..............163-164,171
Green, R.M......9... .... ...... 33,36
Crop insurance........... .27,47-48
Evaluation of crop insurance
possibiiities.......... ...... 49
Federal crop insurance plan
expIained ............ ... *..50
Fundamentals of crop insurance..51
Insurad harvests ................ 52
New Federal crop insurance......53
Nothing new in crop insurance...54
Objectives of federal crop insurance
With W.H.Rowe .........,..... .55
Plac6 of crop insurance in a farm
program.............. ...... 6
Progress of the crop insurance
program. With John Baker....57
Public experiment with crop
i Insurance ................... 58
Some aspect's of crop insurance.
With W.H. Rowe ..............59
statement on crop insurance....122
Wheat crop insurance program....60
Heat storage program of U.S.
crop risk corporation........61





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Item

Griffin, R.A. Farm security clients
insure livestock...............6b2

Hail insurance.......42,44,68g-69,85,
156,162
Austria .. .v. .1-o76
Bulgaria ................. .1 0
England........... .. ...... .. ... ..... .170
Europe .. .. .... ...... .198
52 countries ............ ... 189
France ......................... 193
Greece ............... .... 163
Iowa. .. ............... .30,119
North Dakota ............... 34,78
Oo.0 .. ... a o . o. 39
Pennsylvania, Adams and
Franklin counties ...........67
South Africa ................. .172
Switzerland... ... ... ...... 190
Uruguay ............. ........... 184
various countries... ......... .175
Hamscha, Hand. Die aufgaben der
Bsterreichinschen landwirtschaft.
With Otto Deutsch .............176
Hansen, W.J. Economic aspects of
crop (yield) insurance with
reference to the Province of
Saskatchewan............ ..... 177
Harden, F.B. Insurance cover
against climatic damage.......178
Hatch, E.E. Security for the
wheat farmers ................ .63
Hazard, J.W. Can crops be
insured? .......... ... 64
Herb, M.I. Agricultural relief
measures relating to the
raising of farm prices 75th
Congress. With M.E. Wheeler..158
Heske, Franz. German forestry..179
High plains .................... .107
Hoffman, G.W. .. .... ... .......... ..33
Crop insurance launched by
Federal Government .......... 65
Is crop insurance advisable?...66
Howard, Jonas.
Bombed fro the sky ...........67
Hail. .................... 6
Hungary ................ .......171,195


Item

India. m m . a. .. 187
Insect damage ..... m...... ..... .. 43
International institute of
agriculturF.
Agricultural insurance in
Greece.. e m.... o. .163
All-risk wheat crop, insurance
in the United States of
America under the federal
crop insurance act of 1938m.10
Crop insurance ............ 0*m le61
Crop insurance in the United
Stntes of.America..... ....... 1
International chronicle of
agriculture-Bulgaria........ .180
Livestock.insurance in
Germany .................. ...e 166
Livestock.insurance in Hungary 195
Livestock insurance in Italy...165
Iowa... ...... .. S .. .. 25,119
Iowa. State college. Agricultural
extension service, Crop
insurance, a step toward agri-
cultural security...............25
Iowa State horticultural society.
Orchard hail insurance........ 30
Italy.. ....... ....... .... .165,171

James, R.C. Survivors stories of
blitzkrieg of hail..............69
Japan ......m.... .......... 164,171
Jesness, O.B. Crop insurance..,..70
Johnspn, C.A.
Crop insurance and the banker...71
statement on cotton crop
insurance............120
Joint committee on appraisal and
mortgage analysis9... ........m.89
Journal of Commerce, Chicago and
New York editions ...............33

Kansas. .......... ............. ... S.82,118
Kansas. State board of agriculture.
Fundamentals of crpp insurance..51
Kansas agricultural conservation
committee, Insured wheat
income... ........... .... I m m .144
Kansas farmers co-operative
association .................. 36,48





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Katkoff, V. How Russia reduces
risks of farming..............1I1
Kentucky; ........ ........ ..... 130
Krull. Tierversicherungsvereine
als selbstschutz der neubau-
ern.......... .. ............ 182

Land sale contracts..............134
Lanz-Stauffer, H. Elementarschaden
und versicherung..............192
Lazo, Hector. El seguro agrxcola
en Mexico .............. ..183
League of nations. Report on
systems of agricultural credit
and insurance.................194
Lenz, A. International chronicle
of agriculture Uruguay...... 184
Livestock insurance........ .......62
Bulgaria .................. .173,1S0
England .......... .......... 170
France ............ ......... ... .. .1 6
Germany ................... 166,1S2
Greece ....... ............ 163
Hungary ....................... 195
Italy ......................... 165
Mexico........ .. ............ 169
Portugal ............ .. .. g
South Africa .................. 172
U.S.S.R ............ .174
various countries ............. 175

Manchuria ........................ 199
Manitoba. Crop insurance
committee. Reports on crop
insurance in Manitoba.........185
Manitoba. Economic survey board.
Crop insurance in Manitoba....185
Marylnnd . ................ 130
iiayhugh, L.T.
Agriculture ha. overalls...... .73
Crop insurance, ever normal
granary, production control 74
Crop insurance for wheat in
1938 fits in.with all of
farm program Droposed....'....75
Mexico ......... .. .. ...9 ... 169,1S3
Mexico. Secretary &o agri-
cuitura y fomento........ .193


Item


Mexico. ,ecretarfa de hacienda
y. .crd.it.o publico...............13
Minnesota. University. Agricultural
extension division. Crop
insurance ............. .. .. .... 70
Montana. State board of hail
i. nsurance......... .............20
Moussu, Gustave-Auguste. Tuber-
culqse. bovine et assurances
mnutuellos centre la mortality
dubtail.... 186
Mukherjee, ,B. Crop isur~ance and
its effects on agricultural
stabilization in India........ .1S7

National association of insurance
agents. Revelations made on
the corn loan program of the
C.C.C..... .,. .. ... .. .... .... .. .g
National Fascist federation of
mutual livestock insurance
Societies ........ ...... ..165
National industrial conference
board ...... .. .. ....
Nelson, A.F.
INational crop insurance discussed
with Sec. Wallace............ 16
..Wheat loans and storage .........77
Nixon, Glein. Tentative crop
insurance plans now under con-
r.ideration b i the U.S. Department
of agriculture.....,.............33
North Carolina ................... 130
North Dakota. 9.,9............ 34,467
North Dakota. Hail insurance
department. Annual report...... 78
North Dakota agricultural conser-
vation committee.............. 147
Northwestern Miller............... ..33
.Nourse, E.G. Threo years of the
Agricultural adjustment adminis-
tration. With others. ...........79

Ohio orchard company......,........39
Orchards.
insurance.........30,39,42,156,162
Pennsylvania, Adams and
rankiin count i es ............ 67
See also Citrus fruit







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Item


Otis, D.H. Insuring the wheat
crop...........................g0

PennsyLvania horticultural
association. Hail insurance
problem ................ ..... 156
Iolaid ........................... 171
Pope, J.P. Crop insurance in
the United States..............S31
Portugal. Miinisterio da agriculture.
Direcglo geral da acqao social
agraria. Repartigco das
corporagoes e associates
agricolas .................. 188
Providence Journal................33
Purvines, Earl. Government vwheat
crop insurance ................. .83

Thodes, K. U.S. crop insurance
policies ....................... 84
Robinson, N.T.. Foreword and
study analysis.................33
Roesch, J.L. Hail insurance;
digest of recent cases........ o5
Rogers, C.L. ............;..33
Weaknesses of crop insurance...g6
Rohrbeck, Walter. Die hagel-
versicherung in dur welt......189
Rommel, Curt
Elementarschgden und
versicherung ...............192
Grundalagen der elementarschaden-
versicherung.............. 190
Zur frostschadenversicherung
der kulturen.............. 191
Rowe, .H.B. discussion of R.M.
Green's Evaluation of crop
insurance possibilities...... ..49
Rowe, W.H.
Costs of wheat crop insurance..87
Crop insurance. With L.K.
Smith .......................... 88
Crop insurance for wheat....89-90
Federal crop insurance.........91
Governmental crop insurance....92
History of the crop insurance
program ..... ......... .....93
Is crop insurance advisable?...94


Rowe, W.H. continued
Objectives of federal crop
Insurance. With R.M.Green...55
Progress in Government crop-
insurance .................... 95
Progress of the Federal wheat
crop-insurance program ....... 96
Some aspects of crop insurance.
With R.M. Green..............59
Suggested plan for cotton-crop
insurance. With R.T.Baggett..4
Wheat crop insurance program.
With R.T.Baggett .............. .5
RUckversicherungsverband kantonal-
schweizorischer feuerversich-
erungsanstalt, Bern. Elemen-
tarschfden und versicherung 192
Rumania .... ..................... 171
Russia. See Union of Soviet
Socialist Republics

Sarazin, t7 Les assurances centre
la grre.......... 193
Schenck, H.E. Crop insurance is
important feature of Triple A..97
Seibels, .'.. -..
Cotton cover. With G.D.Suter....98
Problems of the cotton under-
Swriter.... ........ .. ...99
Shepard, H.B.
Field for more premiums in
insuring prirato forests .... 100
Fire insurance for forests.....101
Forest fire insurance..........102
Forest fire insurance in the
northeastern states.........103
referred to.............. 101
Forest fire insurance in the
Pacific Coast States ........104
Shields; R.H. All-risk wheat crop
insurance in the United States
of America under the Federal
crop insurance act of 1938.
With H. Donoho.................105
Smith, L.K.
Crop insurance........ ,..... .106
Crop insurance. With W.H.Rowe..88
Crop insurance and the high
plains ...................... 107





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Item


Smith, L.K. Continued
Crop insurance for cotton.....108
Crop insurance on the proving
ground........... ........9109
Report on crop insurance......110
statement on cotton crop
insarance.................. 120
Wheat crop insurance .......... lll
Wheat income stability........112
Soth, L.K. Is this farewell
to failure?.................. 113
South Africa ..................... 172
South Australia..................178
Sowers plan crop insurance
company....... ........ .72,g2,11S
Spain ........................... .171
....Sphere................... ........... .... 33
Sterling, R.E. Should we insure
** the wheat crop. With A.G.
Black...........................17
Stratton, Clif. Wheat insurance
*very popular .................. ll4
Sugar and sugar beets, France...167
Suter, G.D. Cotton cover.
With E.G.Seibels...............98
Sweden........................... 16S
Switzerland..........164,171,190,192

TalbotW.A. Single grade in
*wheat insurance ............... .115
Tardy, Louis. Report on systems
of agricultural credit and
insurance ..................... 194
.... Taylor, W.C......................... ..151
Tennessee........................150
Teuton, F.L ....................... 33
Thatcher, M.W.
Crop insurance another
milestone. ................ I16
Report on wheat crop insur-
ance .............. ... .117
Thompson, A.T. Could you stand
a hail "blitz"?............... 119
Tolley, H.R ...................... 151

Union of Soviet Socialist
Repub lics.....164,174,.11,196-197
United States .............. 1-162,164


Item


U.S. Congress. House. Committee
on agriculture.
Cotton crop insurance. Hearing 120
Federal crop insurance.
Hearirngs....................121
U.S. Congress. Senate... Committee
on agriculture and forestry.
Federal crop.insurance.
Hearings.................... 122
U.SB. Congress, 76th, 1st session,
Senate. S.2635...A bill to
amend the Federal crop in-
surance act, veto............. .123
U.S. Dept. of agriculture.
Coriiaon aims in agriculture..... 152
considers crop insurance........33
Crop insurance.................. sg
Crop insurance arrives......... 153
Crop insurance: is it
practical?... .. .......124
Forest fire insurance in the
northeastern states ........ 103
Forest fire insurance in the
SPacific coast states ........104
Report of the Crop insurance
committee.................. 154
Report of the Secretary of
S agriculture .................125
Responding to change in
agriculture................. 155
Toward farm security............. 18
Working together in agri-
culture ..................... 159
U.S. Dept..of agriculture. Agri-
cultural adjustment adminis-
tration. ........... ........ ...20,97
Amended regulations pertaining
to making of advances to
persons to enable them to
obtain insurance from Federal
Scrop insurance corporation 126
Crop insurance for wheat...127-128
Crop insurance for whe'nt
Growers ..................... 129
Crop insurance: is it
practical?......... ........124
Insurance and the AAA........... 41
statistical data in report of
President's committee....... 151





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Item

U.S. Dept. of agriculture. Agricul&
tural adjustment administration.
East Central division.
Insurable losses of wheat in
selected counties of
Delaware, Maryland, Virginia,
North Carolina, Kentucky, and
S Tennessee.................. 130
U.S. Dept. of agriculture. Agricul-
tural adjustment administration.
Western division.
Organization and. procedure re-
lating to the administration
of the federal crop insurance
program in the Western div-
a iion, Agricultural adjust-
..... nt administration, in
states of the western
region... .........* ...... 131
State office procedure for
handling crop insurance
applications...............132
T.U, Dept. of agriculture. Bur. of
agricultural economics.
Agricultural relief measures
relating to the raising of
farm prices-74th and 75th
Congresses............ .157-158
Application of crop insurance
to cotton................ .... 2
Costs of wheat crop insurance 87
Crop and livestock insurance
in Bulgaria................ 173
Crop insurance.......... 47-48,106
.Crop insurance for wheat.......90
Crop insurance in foreign
countries.......... .. .... 171
Crop insurance in the Soviet
Union...................... 196
Farm security clients insure
livestock.... .............. 62
Federal wheat crop insurance..133
S How Russia reduces risks of
farming................... 181
.... Insuring the whe, t crop........ 11
... Land sale contracts utilizing
crop insurance protection..134
Place of crop insurance in a
farm program................56


I tem


U.S. Dept. of agriculture. Bur. of
agricultural economics Con-
tinued
Plan for cotton-crop insurance...3
Progress in government crop
insurance................... .95
Progress of the federal wheat
.crop-insurance program.......96
Report of the Chief............135
Some notes on crop insurance.....45
SSome problems in connection with
crop insurance for citrus
fruits ....................... 19
statistical data in report of
President's committee...... .151
Suggested plan for cotton-crop
insurance ............... ......4
insu ance. .. .. .. . ..
Two years of crop insurance.....12
Wheat crop insurance program.....5
Wheat crop insured........... 13
U.S. Dept. of agriculture. Com-
modity credit corporation.......38
corn loan program................8
U.S. Dept. of agriculture. Extension
service.
Crop insurance: is it
practical?.. : .............124
Crop insurance on wheat.........15
U.S. Dept. of agricultiire. Federal
crop insurance corp-oration..31,52,
71,93,105,107,109-110
Annual report of the manager...136
Assured farm income through
coo-oeration .............. ...139
Before you plant insurel.....139
Can you afford "profitable
waiting?" "-". 139
Crop insurance and the country
elevator.................... 139
Crop insurance and the multiple
unit land owner.............139
Crop insurance for wheat
growers. .................. ..... 142
Crop insurance for' wher.t.
Handbook........................ 137
Danger ahead!..................138
Drought defense................ 139
Economic justification for
certain salient provisions
of the regulations...for
wheat crop insurance........ 142





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Item


U.S. Dept. of agriculture. Federal
crop insurance corporation -
Continued
FCI Information.............139
FOI yields and rates.......... 140
Form.FI ......4
General information series....142
Graphio.picture of the wheat
crop insurance program ........143
hearings on bill to create 121,122
Insure against wheat losses...139
Insured harvests..............139
Insured wheat. income..........144
Is this your farm?............139
Let me tell you what crop
ingvrence means to me......139
Make surplus wheat work.......139
Memorandum of explanation re-
lating .to 1940 Wheat crop
insurance regulations
designated as FCI-Regu-
latipnp-1, Wheat-1940...... 145
1941 whebtt crop insurance
regulations.................. 146
Now is the tine to think
about yield insurance on
your next wheat crop ....... 147
organization...................90
Progress of the crop insurance
program..................... 57
proposal for................... .1
Public experiment with crop
insurance........... ......5
Questions.and-answers on crop
insurance ....... ...'....1 l42
Questions and answers on 1941
crop insurance............. 139
Questions and answers on wheht
crop insurance ............. 139
Sow with certainty..;;..::...... 139
uses no.2 hard wheat as basis for
calculations on premiums'
and indemnities in Kansas
City region................115
Wheat crop insurance and
agricultural credit........142
Wheat crop insurance ieans
assured buying power.......139


Itern


U.S. Dept. of agriculture. Federal
crop insurance corporation -
Continued -
Wheat crop insurance program,,..60
Wheat in your bin every year...1142
Wheat income stability..........112
wheat storage program........... 61
Yield and rate procerlures......141
Your .farm will suffer crop
failure when?...........139,142
U.S. Dept. of. cou-erce. Bu,\o'f
foreign and domestic commerce
Compulsory insurance con pro-
perty and stock of peasants
and collective farms in
193 ....... ............... 174
U.S. _Far4.credit administration.
Farmers-ziutual windstorm-
jnauranoe co...panies..........23
50 years of mutual wind-storm
insurance ................ ...24
U.S. Federal crop insurance
corporation See U;S. Dept. of
agriculture. Federal crop in-
surance corporation
U.S. Laws, Statutes, etc.
Act to a-iend section 12 of the
Soil conservation and domestic
allotment act, as' amended, by
authorizing advances fbr crop
insurance......... ,.*. .... 148
Aot to aiiend the Federal crop
insurance act-approved
June 27,1938 .............. .. 149
Agricultural adjustment act of
1939. .' *-. 150
U.S. President (Roosevelt)
urges consideration of "all risk11
crop insurance...............33
U.S. President's coaL.ittee on crop
insurance.
Report. and r-ecouiendations 73,151
discussion of............70,154
summary..................... 128
Uruguay ........................... 184

Vagy, T. Livestock insurance in
Hungary ..................... ...... 195






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Valgren, V.N. ...... .... ....... .- ..33
Virginia ........................ 130
Volin, Lazar
Crop insurance in the Soviet
Union ......................196
-How crop insurance works in
Soviet Russia .............. 197

Wallace, H.A ................. 33,151
calls conference on crop
insurance...... ............ 73
Common aims in agriculture....152
Crop insurance arrives........ 153
crop-insurance plan, dis-
cussed.................. .20-21
discusses crop insurance
with warehousemen........... 76
Report of the Crop insurance
committee to the President 154
Responding to change in
agriculture ........... .....155
statement on crop-insurance...122
War risks.......................... 167
Warehousemen discuss crop
insurance with Secretary
Wallace ........................ 76
Washington Post...................33
Webber, N.W. Hail insurance
nDroblem ....................... 156
Weiss, F.J. European farmers.
use hail rockets.............198
Wheat
insurable losses, 6 states....130
insurance 5,7,10-11,13,15,21,27,
52,60-61,75,77,80,83,
89-90,96,105,111-112,
11k,116-117,125,127-
129,133, l43-14.ig47,159
and agricultural credit....142
benefits.................... 63


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Wheat Continued
insurance continued -
costs................. .....-.7
debate .......................17
FDIC forms .................. 141
handbook for county insurance
representatives......... 137
history.................27,105
information leaflets....139,142
Manchuria...... ......... .. .199
regulations................ 46
.... memorandum of
explanation.......... .145
no.2 grade of wheat basis for
calculations on premiums
and indemnities..........115
Sowers plan, Kansas...... 72,118
producers, recommendations
on crop insurance.,.........151
Wheeler, M. E., comp.
Agricultural relief measures
relating, to the raising of
farm prices-74th Congress...157
Agricultural relief measures
relating to the raising of
farm prices-75th Congress.
With M. I. Herb.............158
Wickard, C.R. Working together
in agriculture.................159
Wilder, S.W. Crop insurance plan..160
Windstorm insurance............23,161
England.........................170
Switzerland .................... .190

Yoder, F.R. Introduction to agri-
cultural economics............. 161
Yugoslavia .................. .......171

Zipf, W.H. Hail insurance the
silver lining to the dark clouds
of disaster........ .......... .162









: ECONOMICC LIBRARY LISTS

No. 1. State trade barriers; selected references. March 1939; Revised
June 1940.

No. 2. The frozen food industry; selected references, January 1937 to
March 1939. April 1939.
i
No. 3. High drafting in cotton spinning; selected references. Anril
1939.

No. 4. Egg auctions; selected references. July 1939.

No. 5. Acts administered by Agricultural Marketing Service. October
1939.

No. 6. Periodicals relating to shipping. October 1939.

No. 7. Electrical properties of cotton; some references to the litera-
ture, 1931-date. November 1939.

No. 8. Sea island cotton; selected references. November 1939.

No. 9. Cotton picking machinery; a short list of references. March 1940.

No. 10. The tomato industry in Puerto Rico and Cuba; a short list of ref-
erences. June 1940.

No. 11. The dairy industry in the United States; selected references on
the economic aspects of the industry. July 1940.

No. 12. Planning for the farmer; a short reading list of free and inex-
pensive material. July 1940.

No. 13. Indirect flood damages; a list of references. August 1940.

No. 14. Relocation of farm families; selected references on settler re-
location. September 1940.

No. 15. Homestead tax exemption in the United States; a selected list of
references. October 1940.

No. 16. Mate; a list of references. October 1940.

No. 17. Exhibits; a selected list of references. November 1940.

No. 18. Food and cotton stamp plans; a selected list of references. Nov-
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No. 19. The banana industry in tropical America with special reference '
to the Caribbean area, 1930-1940; a selected list of refer- :'
ences. January 1941. .

No. 20. The sunflower, its cultivation and uses; a selected list of ..
references. April 1941. '..

No. 21. Delta county, Colorado; a selected list of references. April
1941. :;:
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No. 22. Relation of environmental factors to cotton fiber length;
selected references in English, 1915-1939. April 1941.

No. 23, Almonds; selected references on the industry, 1929 to 1940.
-May 1941. F,.T

No. 24. Crop and livestock insurance, 1937-1940; a selected list of
reierpnces. June 1941. ,a








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