Material on Samuel Insull [manuscript] 1929-34.

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Material on Samuel Insull [manuscript] 1929-34.

Collection consists chiefly of newspaper clippings, regarding Insull, his communications network, finances, indictment for mismanagement, & flight to avoid prosecution. Included are reports, 1931-32 of the Federal Trade Commission's investigation of public utilities and Public utilities in modern life, 1924, a volume of speeches by Insull.

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Insull, Samuel, 1859-1938

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Public utilities magnate, Chicago, IL. Born in England in 1859, Samuel Insull became the private secretary and bookkeeper for Col. George E. Gouraud, London agent of Thomas Edison, in 1879. Insull emigrated to the United States in 1881 to become the private secretary of Edison. While working for Edison he was in charge of establishing the Edison Machine Works at Schenectady, New York; the second Vice President in charge of the manufacturing and selling departments of Edison General Electric; and...

Zimmerman, John David

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Zimmerman, John. (American photographer, born Los Angeles, CA, October 30, 1927.). From the description of John Zimmerman : Artist FIle. (International Center of Photography). WorldCat record id: 688505796 ...