American business conditions.


Philadelphia : American Academy of Political and Science, 1909.

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Subjects Depressions -- 1907 -- United States.
Depressions.
Economic history.
United States -- Economic conditions -- 1865-1918.
United States.
Series Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. ; vol. xxxiv, no. 3.
Description iv, 210, x pages ; 26 cm.
Contents The securities market as an index of business conditions [by] Thomas Gibson.- Present condition of international trade [by] John J. Macfarlane.- Conditions in stove manufacturing [by] William J. Myers.- The stove trade [by] James W. Van Cleave.- Difficulties and needs of the paper and pulp industry [by] Arthur C. Hastings.- Prospects of the meat packing industry [by] Michael Ryan.- Revival of the trade in woolens [by] William Whitman.- The prosperity of the brewing industry [by] Hugh F. Fox.- The American iron trade of 1909 and the outlook [by] A.I. Findley.- The outlook for paint manufacture [by] G.B. Heckel.- Trade revival in the lumber industry [by] Jno. W. Williams.
South America--our manufacturers' greatest opportunity [by] Hon. John Barrett.- The yellow pine situation [by] C.D. Johnson.- Hosiery manufacture in the United States [by] C.B. Carter.- The market for locomotives [by] Alba B. Johnson.- Automobile sales and the Panic [by] David M. Parry.- Government assistance to export trade [by] C.S. Donaldson.- The return of prosperity [by] Hon. O.P. Austin.- Present American business conditions in the distilling industry [by] Morris F. Westheimer.- Recent developments in the life insurance business [by] L.G. Fouse.- The recovery from the Depression [by] John Moody.- The present supply of freight cars [by] Arthur Hale.- Book department.
The securities market as an index of business conditions [by] Thomas Gibson.- Present condition of international trade [by] John J. Macfarlane.- Conditions in stove manufacturing [by] William J. Myers.- The stove trade [by] James W. Van Cleave.- Difficulties and needs of the paper and pulp industry [by] Arthur C. Hastings.- Prospects of the meat packing industry [by] Michael Ryan.- Revival of the trade in woolens [by] William Whitman.- The prosperity of the brewing industry [by] Hugh F. Fox.- The American iron trade of 1909 and the outlook [by] A. I. Findley.- The outlook for paint manufacture [by] G. B. Heckel.- Trade revival in the lumber industry [by] Jno. W. Williams.
South America--our manufacturers' greatest opportunity [by] Hon. John Barrett.- The yellow pine situation [by] C. D. Johnson.- Hosiery manufacture in the United States [by] C. B. Carter.- The market for locomotives [by] Alba B. Johnson.- Automobile sales and the Panic [by] David M. Parry.- Government assistance to export trade [by] C. S. Donaldson.- The return of prosperity [by] Hon. O. P. Austin.- Present American business conditions in the distilling industry [by] Morris F. Westheimer.- Recent developments in the life insurance business [by] L. G. Fouse.- The recovery from the Depression [by] John Moody.- The present supply of freight cars [by] Arthur Hale.- Book department.
Geographic Area United States
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