File 204 - C Miscellaneous (file 2 of 5).

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C Miscellaneous (file 2 of 5).

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  • 1911-1942 (Creation)
    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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  • Cedar Rapids Gazette, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. (1937)
  • Celotex Company, Chicago, Ill. (1929-1930)
  • Central Casting Agency, Hollywood, Calif. (1936)
  • Central New York Review, Syracuse, N.Y. (1929)
  • Central Oil & Gas Stove Co., Gardner, Mass. (1922-1923)
  • Central Public Service System News, Chicago, Ill. (1931)
  • Central Republic Bank, Chicago, Ill. (1932)
  • Century Features Syndicate, Bloomfield, N.J. (1939)
  • Certified Selling, Chicago, Ill. (1930)
  • Chaffee, Allen, Brooklyn Heights, N.Y. (1936)
  • Chain Store Encyclopedic Service, Chicago, Ill. (1929)
  • Challenge, Toronto, Ont. (1939)
  • Chamber of Commerce, Bayfield, Wis. (1936)
  • Chamber of Commerce, Carmel, Calif. (1935)
  • Chamber of Commerce, Tampa, Fla. (1925)
  • Chamber of Commerce Safety Vault Company, Chicago, Ill. (1916)
  • Chamberlain, George Agnew, Quinton, N.J. (1935-1939)
  • Chambers, Elwyn W., Piedmont, Calif. (1921)
  • Chambers, Robert W., New York, N.Y. (1922)
  • Chapin, C.O., Lombard, Ill. (1934)
  • Chapman, Arthur, New York, N.Y. (1935)
  • Chapman, Clowry, New York, N.Y. (1911-1914)
  • Chapman, J. Frank, Saranac Lake, N.Y. (1911)
  • Charlotte Observer, Charlotte, N.C. (1942)
  • Charm, Newark, N.J. (1924-1927)
  • Chartier, Albert, Montreal, Que. (1939)
  • The Chase, Lexington, Ky. (1938)
  • Chase Brothers Company, Rochester, N.Y. (1927)
  • Chatter, New York, N.Y. (1932)
  • Cheerio Publishing Company, Inc., Detroit, Mich. (1935)
  • Cheever, Benjamin H., Atlantic City, N.J. (1920)
  • Cherry-Burrell Corporation, Chicago, Ill. (1941)
  • Cherry Circle, Chicago, Ill. (1923-1940)
  • Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company, Richmond, Va. (1923-1932)
  • Chester, George Randolph, New York, N.Y. (1924)
  • Chevrolet, H. & K. Co., LaGrange, Ill. (1936)
  • Chicago Aeronautical Service, Chicago, Ill. (1927)
  • Chicago, and North Western Railway Company, Chicago, Ill. (1927)
  • Chicago Athletic Association, Chicago, Ill. (1923)
  • Chicago Better Business Bureau, Chicago, Ill. (1937)
  • Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad, Chicago, Ill. (1936)
  • Chicago Fiction Guild, Chicago, Ill. (1935)
  • Chicago Latin School, Chicago, Ill. (1919)
  • Chicago Ledger, Chicago, Ill. (1927-1929)
  • Chicago Life, Chicago, Ill. (1928)
  • Chicago Mirror, Chicago, Ill. (1928)
  • Chicago Motor Club, Chicago, Ill. (1936)
  • Chicago Post Office, Chicago, Ill. (1934-1940)
  • Chicago Record-Herald, Chicago, Ill. ([19--])
  • Chicago Recreation Commission, Chicago, Ill. (1938)
  • Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railroad, Chicago, Ill. (1936)
  • Chicago Rotoprint Company, Chicago, Ill. (1936)
  • Chicago Social Digest, Chicago, Ill. (1928)
  • Chicago Stadium Corporation, Chicago, Ill. (1931)
  • Chicago Telephone Company, Chicago, Ill. (1912-1919)
  • Chicago Temple Book Shop, Chicago, Ill. (1923)
  • Chicago Title & Trust Company, Chicago, Ill. (1913-1940)
  • Chicago Towel Company, Chicago, Ill. (1914-1932)
  • University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill. (1936)
  • Child Life, Chicago, Ill. (1930)
  • Christendom, Chicago, Ill. (1935)
  • Christian Board of Publication, St. Louis, Mo. (1924)
  • Christian Century, Chicago, Ill. (1927-1930)
  • Christian Family, Evanston, Ill. (1931-1941)
  • Christian Literature Company, Minneapolis, Minn. (1930)
  • Christian Standard, Cincinnati, Ohio. (1919)
  • Christian Work, New York, N.Y. (1924)
  • Christian Youth, Philadelphia, Pa. (1942)
  • Christie Film Company, Inc., Los Angeles, Calif. (1922)
  • Chrysler Sales Corporation, Detroit, Mich. (1927)
  • Chuckles Esrom Corporation Publishers, New York, N.Y. (1939)
  • Church Publishing House, Chicago, Ill. (1930)
  • Church School Publications, Cincinnati, Ohio. (1931-1937)
  • Churchman, New York, N.Y. (1931)

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