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Anslinger, H. J. (Harry Jacob), 1892-1975

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Personal name headingAnslinger, H. J. (Harry Jacob), 1892-1975
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Variant(s)Anslinger, Harry Jacob, 1892-
Birth date18920520
Death date19751114
Place of birthAltoona, Pa.
Place of deathAltoona, Pa.
AffiliationUnited States. Bureau of Prohibition
United States. Bureau of Narcotics
United Nations. Narcotics Commission
Found inHis The traffic in narcotics, 1953.
McWilliams, J.C. The protectors, c1989: CIP t.p. (Harry J. Anslinger) introd. (d. 1975)
NLM files, 6/10/91 (hdg.: Anslinger, H. J. (Harry Jacob), 1892-; usage: H.J. Anslinger; Harry J. Anslinger)
Wikipedia, July 12, 2013 (Harry J. Anslinger; Harry Jacob Anslinger; born May 20, 1892 in Altoona, Pennsylvania; died November 14, 1975 in Altoona, Pennsylvania; held office as the Assistant Prohibition Commissioner in the Bureau of Prohibition (1929-1930), before being appointed as the first Commissioner of the U.S. Treasury Department's Federal Bureau of Narcotics (FBN) on August 12, 1930; Anslinger held office an unprecedented 32 years in his role as Commissioner until May 1962; he then held office two years as U.S. Representative to the United Nations Narcotics Commission (1962-1963); the responsibilities once held by Anslinger are now largely under the jurisdiction of the U.S. Office of National Drug Control Policy)
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