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United States. National Recovery Administration

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Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

G. C. Murphy Company store windows and interior photographs

 Collection
Accession: 1995-247
Abstract:

G.C. Murphy Co. was a chain of discount variety stores. George Clinton Murphy (1868-1909) founded the G.C. Murphy Co. in 1906 in McKeesport, Pennsylvania. it grew to more than 500 stores before its acquisition by Ames Department Stores Inc. in 1985. These photographs document window displays at a G.C. Murphy store in Washington, D.C. In 1906.

Dates: 1930-1935

National Industrial Distributors' Association (NIDA) records

 Collection
Accession: 1947
Abstract:

The National Industrial Distributors Association (NIDA) was a trade organization representing wholesalers of industrial supplies and hardware that attempted to address some of the problems which stemmed from their relationship with manufacturers, whom they accused of excessive price cutting and attempting to deal directly with retailers. The National Industrial Distributors Association was created in 1905 with thirty-eight members. The records briefly document the history, goals, legal issues, and governmental impact on professional associations of companies which manufacture, supply, and distribute the nation's goods and materials.

Dates: 1890-2003

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Antitrust law 1
Conference materials 1
Display of merchandise 1
Minutes 1
Monopolistic competition 1