Classification 36: Mail Fraud
Although this classification was established in 1924 it contains earlier records. The Postal Service has primary responsibility for cases of fraud through the mails, but the FBI also investigates such cases, particularly with the mail fraud relates to some other matter within the Bureau's jurisdiction.
The following records under Classification 36: Mail Fraud are not yet described in NARA's online catalog. Please contact NARA's Special Access Program at specialaccess_FOIA@nara.gov with your reference request.
|Record Group||Finding Aid Entry||Series Title|
|65||UD UP 5||Classification 34, Classification 35, and Classification 36 Microfilm and Index Cards|
|65||UD 149||Classification 36 (Mail Fraud) Headquarters Case Files|
|65||UD UP 3||Classification 36 (Mail Fraud) Headquarters Case Files, 1928-1947|
|65||UD 10D 30||Classification 36 (Mail Fraud), FBI Headquarters Case Files|
|65||UD UP 16||Classification 36 and Classification 37 - Microfilm of Case Files, and Class 36 Field Office Case Files, 1943-1949|
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