File 36 - A Miscellaneous (file 2 of 3).

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A Miscellaneous (file 2 of 3).

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SCA2-GA1-36

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  • 1914-1943 (Creation)
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    International Press Bureau

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The International Press Bureau was a literary agency in Chicago, Ill. owned first by William Gerard Chapman and after his death by his son Gerard. Chapman sold and syndicated pieces for newspaper and magazine features, mostly in the United States.

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Correspondence to or from:

  • Ambition, Scranton, Pa. (1915)
  • America's Humor, Chicago, Ill. (1926)
  • American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, Mass. (1926)
  • American Art Association, Inc., New York, N.Y. (1927)
  • American Associated Newspapers, Chicago, Ill. (1913)
  • American Auto News, Los Angeles, Calif. (1932)
  • American Bond & Mortgage Company, Chicago, Ill. (1922)
  • American Book and Magazine Exchange, St. Louis, Mo. (1914)
  • American Book Company, Chicago, Ill. (1918)
  • American Bookfinder, New York, N.Y. (1941)
  • American Brotherhood of Free Reading for the Blind, Los Angeles, Calif. (1932)
  • American Cinema Corporation, Detroit, Mich. (1926)
  • American Cookery, Boston, Mass. (1932)
  • American Cooperative Journal, Chicago, Ill. (1917-1923)
  • American Cotton Grower, New Orleans, La. (1940)
  • American Detective, New York, N.Y. (1935)
  • American Educational Press, New York, N.Y. (1928)
  • American Educational Society, St. Louis, Mo. (1921)
  • American Family, Chicago, Ill. (1943)
  • American Farm Youth Magazine, Danville, Ill. (1935-1941)
  • American Federationist, Washington, D.C. (1940)
  • American Fireside, Chicago, Ill. (1932)
  • American Forests, Washington, D.C. (1923-1937)
  • American Fruit Grower, Chicago, Ill. (1920)
  • American Hebrew, New York, N.Y. (1922-1932)
  • American Historical Genealogical Society, Philadelphia, Pa. (1927)
  • American Issue Publishing Company, Westerville, Ill. (1918)
  • American Journal of Clinical Medicine, Chicago, Ill. (1914)
  • American Kennel Gazette, New York, N.Y. (1938)
  • American Lady, New York, N.Y. (1939)
  • American Legion, Indianapolis, Ind. (1925-1939)
  • American Legation, Copenhagen, Denmark. (1939)
  • A.L.A. Informer, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. (1924)
  • American Library Service, New York, N.Y. (1926-1941)
  • American Luther Association, Milwaukee, Wis. (1924)
  • American Mercury, New York, N.Y. (1939-1941)
  • American Motorist, Washington, D.C. (1923-1937)
  • American Mutual Alliance, Chicago, Ill. (1923-1925)
  • American Naturalist, Boston, Mass. (1917)
  • American News Annual Directory, Philadelphia, Pa. (1924)
  • American News Company, New York, N.Y. (1931)
  • American Newspaper Publishers Association, New York, N.Y. (1916)
  • American News Trade Journal, New York, N.Y. (1939)
  • American Parade, Brooklyn, N.Y. (1926)
  • American Play Company, New York, N.Y. (1934-1935)
  • American Police Review, Chicago, Ill. (1938)
  • American Poultry Journal, Chicago, Ill. (1923)
  • American Publishing Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. (1930-1931)
  • American Railway Express Co., Chicago, Ill. (1920-1935)
  • American Seamen's Friend Society, New York, N.Y. (1923)
  • American Telephone and Telegraph Company, Chicago, Ill. (1922)
  • American Way Magazine, Wichita, Kan. (1938)
  • American Weekly, New York, N.Y. (1924-1942)
  • American Women Magazine, Augusta, Me. (1918)
  • Ames, Joseph Bushnell, Morristown, N.J. (1925)

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