TYCOONS: In Congress Assembled

If the U. S. public wants to see Society, it can go to the opening of the opera. If it wants to see movie stars, it can hang on the ropes at any Hollywood opening. But if it wants to see tycoons, the place to look is at the annual convention of the National Association of Manufacturers. Last week the heavy cream of tycoonery floating on a Grade A selection of 2,500 substantial U. S. businessmen poured through the lobbies of Manhattan's Waldorf-Astoria between sessions of N. A. M.'s 44th three-day Congress of...

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