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{September 1936}

UNITED STATES 
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE

INVOICE OR RECEIPT

Entered [[blank line]]
Date [[blank line]]

TRANSFER OF PROPERTY - EQUIPMENT

From Washington Office {N.P. S.P.} 
No. In hangar temporarily at Ft. Washington, Md. (State)
to Regional Office, Richmond, Virginia.

[[5 Columned Table]]
| Quantity | Articles | Cost | Condition | Remarks |
|---|---|---|---|---|

| 1 | Autogiro No.37-377 designated as NC-38Y, with engine R-755-3, serial No. 37-732 and radio set. | $35,312.60 | Good | REGULAR SERVICE PROPERTY Transferred from War Department (Fort Knox, Ky.) by Procurement Division, Treasury Department on December 31, 1940. (Transfer No. 1249)  See Director's memorandum April 1, 1941. |

cc: The Director
Chief of Forestry
Region I
Mr. Knabenshue, Room 5039.
Mr. Reixach, Room 2108, No. Int.

Shipped via Flown to Manteo, N. C. by Pilot John D. Driskill.
Date shipped March 4, 1941.   
Name [[stamped]](Sgd) C.L. Wirth [[/stamped]] (sender)
Title CCC & ERA Coordinator.

Date received at Manteo, N. C. March 5, 1941.
Name H K Roberts (Receiving officer)
Title Ackg (acting??) Regional Director.

[[stamped]] 
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE 
RECEIVED
APR [[?]] 
MAIL AND FILES
[[/stamped]]

Note.-- Make five copies and distribute as follows WHITE to Washington Office; BLUE retain for Procurement Office record; GREEN to District Officer in charge of Emergency Conservation Work in district in which shipment originates; PINK and YELLOW to consignee. PINK copy to be signed by consignee upon receipt of equipment and returned to consignor.

Transcription Notes:
Please double check Title Regional Director.

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