Business & Finance: Fashions of 1938

Alfred Reeves is a neat, bustling little man of some 60 years who holds the distinction of having been the first U. S. automobile editor (on the New York Mail in 1902). Then he became sales-manager of the long-extinct U. S. Motor Co. and in 1913 took over the management of the Automobile Manufacturers Association, then called the National Automobile Chamber of Commerce. Thus occupied ever since, he has seen the A. M. A. grow into one of the nation's most potent trade groups. One of Al Reeves's jobs as A. M. A. vice...

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