This pamphlet was published in New York between 1960-1963.
This is the Canadian County, Oklahoma Crisis Relocation Plan. This is from around 1985. It mentions all the designated areas for evacuees from Canadian County. It also mentions other vital targets in Oklahoma.
This pamphlet appears to be published in the early 1950’s from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It goes over the basic instructions of the Civil Defense and over the threats of the atom bomb.
Rutland County, Vermont Community Shelter Plan 1970
Luzerne County, Philadelphia Community Shelter Plan 1971
This guide on what to do if A-bombs fall was published Philadelphia Inquirer on February 11, 1951.
Fourth Biennial Report from the Department of Public Safety in 1955-1956 for the State of Vermont. The sections uploaded cover the Civil Defense portion of the report.
This is Civil Defense Issue of “Hello!” published by the Ohio Telephone Company. There is no date but the material discussed in the pamphlet put it into the early 1950’s.
The statutes in Alabama law for the Civil Defense. Alabama Law CD
Letter to Civil Defense Coordinators and Directors on where to obtain canned water and dry packaged food. Canned Water and Dry Packaged Foods
List of Alabama Civil Defense City Director. CD City Directors
Address by Katherine G. Howard, Deputy Administrator of the Federal Civil Defense Administration (FCDA), before the National Encampment of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars, at the Municipal Auditorium, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, August 5, 1953. Land of the Free Speech
Annotated list of films dealing with Civil Defense and atomic weapons. List of Films
Address by Katherine G. Howard, Deputy Administrator of the Federal Civil Defense Administration (FCDA), before the Assembly of Women’s Organizations for National Security at the Hotel Statler, Washington D.C., October 3, 1953. Security at Home Speech
This is a booklet that reassures the citizens of Elgin, Illinois that they will not be the target of direct nuclear attack but they will be a reception center for evacuees from Chicago. It further explains the resources the Elgin Civil Defense has ready at their disposal. Although this is not dated, the mention of the Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization helps date this somewhere between 1958-1961.
This is a pamphlet addressing concerns the citizens of Lake County, Indiana had. It talks of mainly the first aid help available. There is no date, but with the mention of only atom bombs and no mention of fallout it is safe to assume this pamphlet dates before 1952.
This is an estimate for the price of a private fallout shelter. It compares the price of an Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization built shelter and a Milwaukee Civil Defense built shelter. It is not dated but with the OCDM it is from sometime between 1958-1961.