Franklin

MLA

To Provide for Uniforms for Employees of U.s. Government; To Authorize the Postmaster General To Prescribe a Uniform Dress for Groups of Postal Employees and To Extend Existing Penal Provisions Covering Unauthorized Wearing of Uniforms to These Groups. [part 1]. [S.l]: [s.n.], 1952.

APA

(1952). To Provide for Uniforms for Employees of U.S. Government; To Authorize the Postmaster General To Prescribe a Uniform Dress for Groups of Postal Employees and To Extend Existing Penal Provisions Covering Unauthorized Wearing of Uniforms to These Groups. [Part 1]. [S.l]: [s.n.].

Chicago

To Provide for Uniforms for Employees of U.S. Government; To Authorize the Postmaster General To Prescribe a Uniform Dress for Groups of Postal Employees and To Extend Existing Penal Provisions Covering Unauthorized Wearing of Uniforms to These Groups. [part 1]. [S.l]: [s.n.], 1952.