Washington, D.C. U.S. Government Printing Office. 1967.
H-2 (Revised). Booklet, black and white illustrations, 24pp, 8 1/2 x 6 inches, paper wrappers. Includes additional form letter and small pamphlet "You and the Atomic Bomb". Small soiled spot to front cover; very good, clean condition. The pocket sized booklet "What to Do...You and the Atomic Bomb" was published by the Bureau of Disaster Relief and Civil Defense in Portland Oregon, and gives advise on how to shelter from the effects of that bomb that is coming. The "Fallout Protection" booklet opens with words from then President Lyndon Johnson regarding the importance of fallout shelters for all Americans. Several types are described and pictured: permanent shelters, pre-planned shelters, and improvised shelters. Glued to the rear cover is a printed Protection Evaluation Report for a specific address, with suggestions as to which type of shelter would be best for this home. A small circular hole has been punched through the booklet; an instruction on the rear covers states "For quick reference, hang this booklet in the corner of your basement having the best fallout protection." Don't forget the flashlight. Also included is a letter from the U.S. Department of Commerce. Item #52797