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Preliminary Inventory to the Julius Klein Papers, 1928-1952
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1928

Box 1

A Week of the World's Business - What Foreign Trade Means to the Average American

 

Some Problems of our Domestic Business

 

Our International Balance Sheet

 

American Investments Abroad

 

American Investments Abroad (second talk on this subject)

 

Trade Barriers -- What is being done to minimize them?

 

Trade Barriers -- What is being done to minimize them? (second Talk)

 

The American Struggle Against Foreign Raw-Material Controls

 

America Motorizing Mankind

 

Foreign Triumphs of the American Automobile

 

China in Transition: Conflict and Commerce

 

Picturesque Phases of our Trade with China

 

Our Neighbor to the North, and Her Markets for our Goods

 

The New Germany: Her Commercial and Industrial Recovery

 

The Independent Retailer: His Position and Prospects

 

Foreign Quinine Monopoly Relinquishes Its Grip

 

Factors Favoring the Independent Merchant Today

 

Practical Aids for the Independent Merchant

 

Does Factory Efficiency Increase Unemployment?

 

"Servicing" Jobs Available for Displaced Factory Workers

 

Adventures on the Far Frontiers of Trade

 

The Romance of Rubber

 

Trade Rivalries Abroad

 

International Cartels and What They Mean to Us

 

Cooperation in World Trade

 

The New Pan-Americanism

 

Swinging Down the West Coast

 

Chile and Peru: From the Equator to Cape Horn

 

The River Plate Countries

 

Brazil: A South American Colossus

 

The Progress of the United States in the Past Half-Century

 

1929

 

Uncle Sam Strides Forward: A Record of Five Decades

 

The Cancer of Economic Waste

 

Wielding the Scalpel on Waste

 

Helping the Grocer Solve His Problems

 

Utilize Wood -- and Save the Forests

 

Radical Reforms in the Utilization of Wood

 

Defective Distribution: Our Greatest Business Problem

 

Commercial Europe To-Day

 

Commercial Europe of Today (2nd talk)

 

Awakening Morocco

 

Seven Years of Business Progress

 

Speeding Up Our Economic Progress

 

Measuring and Mapping Our Country and Its Costs

 

Modern Greece and Its Markets

 

Czechoslovakia: Its Industry and Trade

 

Protecting American Lives and Property on the Water

 

The Romance of World Radio

 

The Cash-Book of the Nation's Foreign Business

 

Adjusting our Trade Balances

 

Present-Day Austria and Its Commercial Problems

 

Commercial Hungary and Its Relations with America

 

Exporting Highways: What Foreign Road-Building Means for our Trade

 

Our Aircraft Abroad

 

The World's Business on Wings

 

Rayon and Its Place in Industry Today

 

Must We "Adapt" American Manufactures for Foreign Markets?

 

The Economic Position of Great Britain To-Day

 

New Ideas in International Advertising

 

Advertising American Goods Abroad

 

Advertising Abroad

 

The Business Outlook

 

Keeping the Retailer Off "The Rocks"

 

Business and World Peace

 

Checking up on Retail Credits

 

Prosperity Insurance Through Coordinated Effort

 

Government Aid in Business Betterment

 

Credits and Retail Failures

 

Effective Retail Salesmanship

 

Helping the Wholesaler Cut Costs

 

Marshaling Facts

 

1930

Box 2

American Business at the Turn of the Year

 

Our American Advance Since 1880

 

Commercial Triumphs of the Nineteen-Twenties

 

The Machine, the Test-Tube -- and Business

 

Regional Cooperation in Business

 

The Menace of Obsolescence

 

The Battle to Preserve Materials

 

George Washington as a Business Man

 

Beauty as a Business-Builder

 

Art in Industry Pays Dividends

 

Commercial Forces in Contemporary Spain

 

American Influence and Interest in Spain

 

Present-Day Portugal and Its Trade

 

Construction as a Factor in Prosperity

 

The Business of Sports

 

American Profits from Foreign Pastimes

 

The New Far East

 

Squandering Business Experience

 

Minimizing Mine Perils

 

Business Aspects of Vacation

 

Roads as Business-Builders

 

The Zeppelin and German Aviation

 

Traffic Safety as a Business Asset

 

Mastering the Traffic Menace

 

The Flexible Tariff Clause

 

Explosives as a Civilizing Force

 

The Potency of "Invisible" Payments

 

The New Business of Refrigeration

 

Assembling Your Vacation Requisites

 

The United States as a Debtor Nation

 

A New Day for the Patent Office

 

Serving the Cause of Safety at Sea

 

How Science Serves the Mariner

 

What Heights and Measures Mean to the Housewife

 

What are the People Doing for a Living?

 

Flying the Department of Commerce Airways

 

The Electrical Servant

 

The European Business Depression

 

Public Construction as an Aid to Business

 

The Drive for Better Homes

 

Latin-American Trade Outlook

 

Simplification and Its Meaning

 

Control of the Business Cycle

 

Factors Affecting Foreign Trade

 

Controlling our National Surveys

 

The American Seamen

 

The Romance of Radio Regulation

 

Keeping Abreast of Business

 

Alaska: Its Fur Seals and Fisheries

 

Men and Mines

 

Retailing as a Science

 

European Business Outlook

 

1931

 

Business at the Turn of the Year

 

The Building and Loan Centennial

 

New Commercial Picture of the Pacific Southwest

 

The Challenge of the Machine

 

Business Cooperation

 

Model Stores Mean Retail Profits

 

Why Some Retailers Fail

 

The Retail Morgue

 

The Work of the United States Department of Commerce

 

Constructing Prosperity

 

Are We Losing Out in Foreign Trade?

 

Siam and Its Commerce

 

A New Move Toward Better Business

 

A Few Facts about Furniture

 

That Installment Bogey

 

Saving by Simplicity

 

Water Power and Steam

 

Yugoslavia: A Country of the Future

 

Is Uncle Sam a Skinflint?

 

The Business Future of the Small Town

 

Factors Favoring Small-Town Business

 

Helpful Bureaucracy

 

America's Enormous Invisible Payments

 

Vacation Business

 

Surveying Business

 

America's Stake in European Stability

 

The Business of Radio

 

What We Buy from Abroad

 

Where the Money Goes

 

Commercial Cooperation with Latin America

 

America's Sweet Tooth

 

The French Empire and Its Trade

 

The New Turkey and Its Markets

 

The Railways and Business

 

Beating the Slump

 

Negro Education and Economic Development

 

The Business of Providing Jobs

 

Beating the Slump No. II

 

Gold and Trade

 

Our Merchant Marine

 

China and Its Trade Today

 

The Bugbear of Bureaucracy

 

Christmas and the Retailer

 

1932

Box 3

Government Business Publications

 

A Great New Business Building

 

Some Problems of the Retailer

 

One Way to Lower Prices

 

Science Serving the Consumers

 

Consumers' New Importance

 

The Greeting-Card Business

 

Washington, Practical Man of Affairs

 

The Laundry Business: A Significant Service Industry

 

Developments Affecting Trans-Pacific Trade

 

Small Business Has Its Inning

 

The Drug Store in the Spot Light

 

Labor Conditions in Europe

 

One Another's Burdens

 

Bargains in Brains

 

European Budgets

 

A Lesson from the Dinosaur

 

Telling the World

 

Export Business Still is Vital

 

Public Works and Planning

 

Taxpayers' Dividends

 

Looking Back to 1776

 

The Imperial Conference

 

Our International Cash-Book

 

Branch Factories Abroad

 

Dollar Ideas

 

America Lifts Her Face

 

Job Sharing

 

The Defense of the Dollar

 

Price Trends and Recovery

 

Looking Ahead in Foreign Trade

 

Life Insurance and Recovery

 

Industrial Housecleaning

 

Aggressive Retailing

 

Trends in the Food Trades

 

Taxpayers' Dividends

 

International Barter (Some Discussion of Toy Trade)

 

The World Economic Conference

 

Business Goodwill

 

1933

 

Looking Backward and Forward

 

The Automotive Industry "Carries On"

 

The Test-Tube Route to Recovery

 

Small-Town Chambers of Commerce

 

Electricity Opens New Doors

 

America on the High Seas

 

Lincoln and Business

 

Back to Quality

 

Government and Business