Hardcover, 368 pages. Published April 1st 1973 by Southern Illinois University Press.
by Orange A. Smalley. Hardcover, 368 pages. 0809305895 (ISBN13: 9780809305896).
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Carbondale and Edwardsville, Il. Southern Illinois University Press, 1973. Pp. xvii, 336. Article. The Refrigerator Car and the Growth of the American Dressed Beef Industry.
Southern Illinois University Press (c). Physical Description: xvii, 336 p. illus. Sturdivant, Frederick D. joint author. 24 cm. Title: Southern Illinois University centennial publications. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references. Corporate Name: Spiegel. Personal Name: Sturdivant, Frederick D.
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For other people named Harold Williamson, see Harold Williamson . Northwestern Mutual Life: A Century of Trusteeship (with Orange A. Smalley, 1959).
For other people named Harold Williamson, see Harold Williamson (disambiguation). Williamson had started his academic career teaching economic history at the University of Southern California. After moving to Boston he taught at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and at Harvard University. The American Petroleum Industry (with Arnold Daum, 1959 and with Ralph Andreano et a. 1964). Evolution of International Management Structures (e. (1975). Northwestern University: A History, 1850-1975 (with Payson S. Wild, 1976).
Southern Illinois University Carbondale. Founded in 1869, SIU is the oldest campus of the Southern Illinois University system. The university enrolls students from all 50 states as well as more than 100 countries. SIU offers 3 associate, 100 bachelor's, 73 master's, and 36 P. programs in addition to professional degrees in architecture, law, and medicine.
by Frederick D. Sturdivant, Harold F. Williamson, Orange A. Publisher:Southern Illinois University Press. Marketing and distribution rank high in the economic growth and expansion of the United States, but up to now his?torians have tended to neglect these aspects of our development.
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Marketing and distribution rank high in the economic growth and expansion of the United States, but up to now historians have tended to neglect these aspects of our development. Hence this unique history of an important family-owned enterprise that traces its evolutioncovering one hundred years of America’s economic growthfrom a quality merchandise furniture store operating on a cash basis to a nationwide catalog business offering its customers 120,000 items on generous credit terms is of unusual importance.
The company’s experience between 1906 and 1965, the authors show, included the thrust of economic downturn, of institutional revolution such as the chain store, supermarket, discount houses, of changes in consumer preferences, in the legal, social, and technological spheres. Throughout its history, the authors conclude, the Spiegel Company illustrates one of the most innovative marketing institutions in the United States.
Readers of American history will find the work fascinating. For students of business and marketing the book will be a model for future studies of its kind.