A single issue, taken from a library-bound volume, of System and Business Management, November 1933. The library binder guillotined a portion of the cover while building the partial volume; the missing content in the front page is lost in the stitched gutter or the library's bindery dump forever. However, the interior pages seem to all fit within the crop I have available.
Both covers are present, as are the advertising pages in the front- and endmatter.
10 Guideposts to Profits Under Higher Wages, Shorter Hours
The "Big Bad Wolf" Takes a Licking
How Manufactured Weather Attracts New Tenants
Six Motives You Must Use in Your Letters
Around the Table
How Simplified Procedures Reduced Operating Costs
NRA Compliance Divisions
Prospect Record File
John Barleycorn's Return
Manual for Executives
Twelve Part Systems
Why Not Change to a Partnership
Aids "Buy Now" Campaign
Labels, Invoices Combined
Checking Working Hours
Scanned at 600dpi, 24-bit color, deskewed algorithmically, and manually cropped to a fixed page size throughout.