File 273 - E Miscellaneous (file 2 of 2).

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E Miscellaneous (file 2 of 2).

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  • 1908-1943 (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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  • Eppes, Douglas, Toronto, Ont. (1930)
  • Epworth Highroad, Nashville, Tenn. (1921-1937)
  • Equitable Motion Picture Corporation, New York, N.Y. (1916)
  • Equity News, Milwaukee, Wis. (1920-1927)
  • Erie Motor Club, Erie, Pa. (1928)
  • Erie Railroad Magazine, Cleveland, Ohio. (1927-1933)
  • Erskine, Johne, New York, N.Y. (1935)
  • Esmonde, Merceita, New York, N.Y. (1913)
  • Esquire, Chicago, Ill. (1934-1937)
  • Estep, Marion S., Los Angeles, Calif. (1919)
  • Estes, Dana & Company, Boston, Mass. (1913)
  • Estwing Manufacturing Company, Rockford, Ill. (1927)
  • Evangelical Church, Harrisburg, Pa. (1932)
  • Evangelical Messenger, Cleveland, Ohio. (1931-1937)
  • Evans, E.B., Des Moines, Iowa. (1913)
  • Evans, Lyndon, Washington, D.C. (1913)
  • Evans, M. Louise, Warrenton, Va. (1916)
  • Evans, Reed L., Salt Lake City, Utah. (1943)
  • Evansville Courier, Evansville, Ind. (1935-1936)
  • Evansville Journal-News, Evansville, Ind. (1912)
  • Evart, Hal G., Los Angeles, Calif. (1936)
  • Evening Mail, New York, N.Y. (1908)
  • Evening News Company, Bridgeton, N.J. (1930-1931)
  • Evening Standard, London, England. (1934)
  • Evening Telegram, Portland, Or. (1918-1930)
  • Every Child's Magazine, Omaha, Neb. (1920)
  • Every Month, New York, N.Y. (1932-1933)
  • Every Week and the Associated, New York, N.Y. (1916-1917)
  • Every Woman, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. (1934)
  • Everyday Life, Chicago, Ill. (1918-1930)
  • Everygirl's Magazine, New York, N.Y. (1925)
  • Exchangite, Toledo, Ohio. (1926)
  • Excitement, New York, N.Y. (1931)
  • The Executive, Buffalo, N.Y. (1927-1928)
  • Executive's Magazine, St. Louis, Mo. (1927)
  • Explosives Engineer, Wilmington, Del. (1924)
  • Express Messenger, New York, N.Y. (1924)
  • Extra Money, Chicago, Ill. (1926)
  • Eyre & Spottiswoode Publishers Limited, London, England. (1934-1935)

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