Some Salaries and Wages

July 1936
New Republic;7/15/36, Vol. 87 Issue 1128, p295
Presents a table compiling executive salaries in the United States as of February 1936. Company name; Name of executive; Total salary in 1935; Average wage in industry as of February 1936.


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