Monthly Archives: November 2010

Friday, March 12, 1937

“Old Bill” Suggests— Philip Guedella is always delightful reading, particularly because of the gentle restraint that lets his comments hit with the mild decisiveness of a raindrop. Last evening we were following him through the first half of the nineteenth … Continue reading

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Friday, January 15, 1937

“Old Bill” Suggests— The Chicago stockyards, run by the Union Stock Yard and Transit Company, with the farmers of the middle west as customers at one end and the Chicago meat packing firms as customers at the other, is an … Continue reading

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