Marshall Field: The Native's Return

Whitman, Willson
November 1941
New Republic;11/3/41, Vol. 105 Issue 18, p581
Presents information about Marshall Field III, the principal stockholder of the newspaper "PM" in the U.S. Description of the personality and appearance of Field; Discussion of his English accent that has a trace of British accent; Story of Field's inheritance of the property of his grandfather who was a Chicago brewer; Opinion of Field on accumulation of wealth; Decision of Field to launch a new newspaper; Relationship of Field with that of his employees.


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