Insull Echoes

It is more than a year since Samuel Insull fled U. S. justice for Athens. It is nearly two years since the topless towers of Insulldom toppled. But reverberations of the mightiest crash of the Depression still rumble ominously back & forth across the western world. Last week Insull echoes were again rolling heavily around Chicago: ¶ To be on hand for the rebirth of the Insullated Chicago Civic Opera Company this week (see p. 18), Rosa Raisa and her husband, Giacomo Rimini, required cash advances for traveling expenses. Just before the opening...

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