Business: Cadillac Photoradiogram

General Manager Leo M. Rumeley of General Motors last week wished to show all G. M. C. foreign dealers the photograph of the season's new-model Cadillac. Aware of current communication methods, he despatched a messenger with a picture from Detroit to Cleveland. In Cleveland the Bell System put the picture on its telephoto wires to Manhattan and to San Francisco.

From Manhattan, the Radio Corporation of America sent the picture by radiogram to London. At London a print was made and sent by air mail to Antwerp, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Berlin, Paris and Madrid;...

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