Economist David A. Weir during a speaking engagement at the Biltmore , Los Angeles, 1935
- Economist David A. Weir during a speaking engagement at the Biltmore , Los Angeles, 1935
- Los Angeles Times
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- April 2, 1935
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- Los Angeles Times Photographs Collection
This photo appears (cropped) with the article, "Trade Seen in Upswing; David A. Weir, Credit Men's Official, Tells of Gains Toward Recovery." Los Angeles Times, 3 Apr., 1935: A1.
Photograph of David A. Weir seated on a chair and holding a pipe, probably at the Biltmore hotel.
David A. Weir, assistant executive manager of the National Association of Credit Men, spoke at the Biltmore Hotel to members of the local chapter. He said that the economy was starting to improve and encouraged members to extend credit to people based on their character, not just their financial circumstances during recent years when the country was in the Great Depression.
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- b&w nitrate negative
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