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ARTICLES (Title/Author/Photos and/or illustrations/illustrators)
Technique of Confusion
The Choice for Business
In Europe on L.A. Time
The Fortune Survey - How much has Truman slipped - Who are the early favorites in 1948 - How about price control jobs for veterans - What is the reaction to winter strikes
The Boom - Its spending, saving, shortages, and confusion. / illustrations of:
- That Horn of Plenty / Ferman Martin
- Why Is It That We Close Our Eyes to Things / Robert Osborn
- And I Thought I Was in Okinawa / Tom Little
- Uncle Sams New Pants / John Chase
- Had I the Food Your Waste / Fitzpatrick
- First Come First / Robt Day
- Unless We Do Something About It / Tom Little /
- Robt Day
- Ed Kuekes
- Bruce Russell
- Sweigert /
- night club
- the Nylon Line
- Rita Hayworth in Gilda
- American Boy 1946
Hammer and Tongs: The New C.P. Line - After another violent swerve the communist party in the U.S. awkwardly adjusts to Moscows New Requirements
Massey-Harris - Gleaning was a lost areThe biggest farm-tool builders in the empire mechanized it/ photos of:
- Wild Life and cultivators: Liege, 1905
- for butter and bacon men: Copenhagen, 1928
- for French farmers: Paris 1926
- Toward German self-sufficiency: Hanover, 1931
- inside factory
- early advertisements
- Vincent Massey
- Raymond Massey
- Joseph Tucker
- W.K. Hyslop
- Arnold Pitt /
- Massey harvester
- gadget: holding the bag
- the King of the Meadow
- woods patent hand-raking reaper
- splendid device for lowering and raising grain wheel
The Great Science Debate - The atom touched off more than a battle on atomic energy: It lighted up a greater debate on a national science policy / photos of:
- Vannevar Bush
- James Bryant Conant
- Karl T. Compton
- Frank B. Jewett
- Alfred N. Richards
- Richard C. Tolman
- Isaiah Bowman
- J. Robert Oppenheimer
- Lee A. Dunbridge
- Frederick L. Hovde
- Harold Clayton Urey
- Harloe Shapley
- Edward Uhler Condon
- Leo Szilard
- The F.A.S. in session
1946 - Part of a Balance Sheet on Three Centuries of Scientific Revolution / charts of:
- light spectrum
- storage of sound/sight
- sound spectrum
White Collar Man - $76 a week - a suburban home - two weeks vacation - boy scout hikes and the church - success / photos of a day in the life of Henry Hansjergen
Borg-Warner a Company of Parts / photos of:
- various gears and metal parts
- Borg-Warner parts in production
- Charles S. Davis
- G.A. Shallberg
- George W. Borg
- Howard E. Blood
- Roy C. Ingersoll
- J.L. Dryden
- D.E. Gamble
- G.P.F. Smith
- R.W. Gifford
- R.P. Johnson
- R.S. Ingersoll
Scotch Whiskey - What and where it really is, who makes it, who makes money on it/ illustration of: A Scotch map of Scotland / Photos of: Glenlivet Distillery in Speyside
The Business of Scotch / photos of:
- Captain W. Smith Grant of Glenlivet
- distillation process
- distillery workers
- Henry J. Ross
The Combine - Distillers Co. Ltd. The British Whiskey Trust, Ardently defends the practices of monopoly / photos of:
- William H. Ross
- Lord Forteviot
Chichi in Chicago - Ernie Byfield has scored with elegance, swing music, and flaming swords at the Sherman and the Ambassadors East and West / illustrations by Roger Duvoisin / photo of Ernest Byfield
University of California - It has 26,000 students on eight campuses - Its undergraduates are sober, its learned faculty rambunctious / illustrations of:
- Berkely campus / Erle Loran
- Los Angeles Campus / Phil Dike
- Lick Observatory at Mount Hamilton / John Haley
- Scripps Institution of Oceanography at La Jolla and Director Harold U. Sverdrup /
- Norman Watson and his class
- Paul S. Taylor and students at Berkley
- Robert G. Sproul
- Monroe E. Deutsch
- Clarence A. Dykstra
- Claude B. Hutchinson
- Faculty Club at Berkley
- Sheepshearing at the college of Agriculture, Davis
- Ernest O. Lawrence
- Edwin D. Dickinson
- George P. Adams
- Andrew C. Lawson
- Jacob Bjerknes
- Jorgen Holmboe
- Hans Reichenbach
- Vern O. Knudsen
- Robert H. Lowie, A.l. Kroeber and American Indian
- Herbert M. Evans
- Charles A. Kofoid
- Gilbert N. Lewis
- Agnes Fay Morgan and students
- 3 photos of students in various classes
- 4 photos of student recreation activities
Shorts and Faces / illustration of: Frank Rieber / Illustrated by Dep
The Farm Column / Ladd Haystead / illustrated
Business Abroad - DebrouiladiseHarrods for EverythingNo Russian cotton surplus.. Sweden Saves coalWoolworth in Germany / photo
ADVERTISEMENTS (with or without illustrations or photos)
B.F. Goodrich rubber
Hornblower and Weeks
Austin Company Illinois Territorial Information Dept.
Chase National Bank (illustrated by Lewis Daniel )
Fairchild Engine and Airplane Corp.
J. Walter Thompson Company
British and Irish railways
The National Newspaper Network
Distillation Products, Inc
Eaton Manufacturing Co.
Waldes Truarc retainging rings
National City Bank of New York (illustrated by John Steuart Curry )
Automatic electric trucks
Sterling Engine Company
James Thomas Chirurg Co.
Bank of Montreal
The Philadelphia Inquirer
Hupp Motor Car Corp.
Du Pont Plastics
Torrington needle bearings
Kearney & Trecker machine tools
Lincoln Automobiles refined syrups and sugars Inc. (illustrated by Frank decker )
Bank of Manhattan Co.
A. Sulka & Co. clothing
Wheeler shipbuilding Corp.
Westinghouse electric and manufacturing Co.
Todd Co.Foote Bros. gears
Acme Visible Records Inc.
Bohn aluminum and brass corp.
Bower roller bearings
Carlings Red Cap Ale
Barrett chemicals and dyes
The Milwaukee Road
Diamond roller chains
Ditto business systems
Pioneer Engineering Co.
Dixie Belle gin
Sportsman grooming essentials
The Waldorf Astoria hotel
Northern Furniture Co.
Haig & Haig Scots whisky
La Monte Safety Paper
Scott radio phonograph
Kings Men toiletries in gold (illustrated by Donald Teague )
International Salt Co. (illustrated by J. Karl )
Puerto Rican Development Co.
Saeforth for men
St. Mortiz hotel
H.K. Ferguson Co.
SKF Ball and Roller Bearings
United Engineers and Constructors Inc.
Aeronautical Products Inc.
Petroleum Solvents Corp.
National business machines
Last Frontier Hotel
Ecusta Paper Corp.
International Telephone and Telegraph Corp.
Commercial Control Corp.
Charles Doppelt and Co.
Stahly Live-Blade razor (illustrated by James M. Sessions )
Combustion Engineering Co.
Fonda sound recording
Galbestos H.H Robertson Co.
Shell Industrial Lubricants
Young & Rubicam Advertising
Mallory dered metals
Container Corporation of America
Revere Copper and Brass Inc. (illustrated by Albert Dorne )
Harrisburg Steel Co.
Comptometer calculating machines
Bergamot grooming aids
Cutler-Hammer motor control
F.R. Tripler & Co.
York refrigeration and air conditioning
Trundle Engineering Co.
Associated General Contractors of America
Rough Diamond Co.
Bradley wash fountains
Dietzgen precision equipment
Pitney-Bowes postage Meter Co.
Beech Aircraft corp.
Gilbert quality papers (illustrated by Maynard Dixon )
Popular Mechanics Magazine
Champion Paper and Fiber Co.
Cleveland Electric Illuminating Co.
Young radiator Co.
Eastman Kodak Co.
Guardian Life Insurance
Clarage Fan Co.
Lord Calvert whiskey
Dallas chamber of Commerce
American Credit Insurance
Marmon-Herrington delivery trucks
A.C. Horn Co.
National supply company (illustrated by Fredric Mizen )
Vat 69 scotch whisky
Underwood Elliott Fisher office machines
Plaskon molded color
Allied Structural Steel Co.
Douglas Aircraft Co.
New York Central System
Mi-Co parking meters
Legge System of non-slip floors
Sunroc water coolers
Pneumatic packaging and bottling equipment
Park and Tilford whiskey
Courtley mens toiletries (illustrated by Reynolds Jones )
Schenley whiskey (illustrated by Bingham )
Remington electric shavers
Johnnie Walker whiskey
The Comic Weekly
The March of Time
Chicago watchclock co.
The Architectural Forum
Bell Telephone Systems
Mutual Benefit Life Insurance
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