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  • Bibliography - The Human Factor - – Baker Library | Bloomberg Center, Historical Collections
    Copeland Melvin T And Mark an Era The Story of the Harvard Business School Boston Little Brown and Company 1958 Cruikshank Jeffrey L A Delicate Experiment The Harvard Business School 1908 1945 Boston Harvard Business School Press 1987 General Electric Publicity 1924 A Review of the Publicity Activities and Facilities for Promoting the Sale of G E Products Schenectady N Y Publicity Department General Electric Company 1924 Gillespie Richard Manufacturing Knowledge A History of the Hawthorne Experiments Cambridge Cambridge University Press 1991 Handy Ellen Images from the Machine Age Selections from the Daniel Cowin Collection New York International Center for Photography 1997 Hine Lewis W Men at Work Photographic Studies of Modern Men and Machines New York MacMillan Company 1932 Kern Stephen The Culture of Time and Space 1880 1918 Cambridge Harvard University Press 1983 Lamunière Michelle A New Kind of Historical Evidence Photographs from the Carpenter Center Collection Harvard University Art Museums Gallery Series number 45 Cambridge Harvard University Art Museums 2005 Lucic Karen Charles Sheeler and the Cult of the Machine Cambridge Harvard University Press 1991 Marchand Roland Creating the corporate soul The Rise of Public Relations and Corporate Imagery in American Big Business Berkeley University of California

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  • Site Credits - The Human Factor – Baker Library | Bloomberg Center, Historical Collections
    Bibliography Site Credits Curator Melissa Banta Web design and production Alex Taylor Big Ring Design Production management Ben Dubrovsky and Sarah Jane Gilbert Baker Library Information Products Digital Photography Julia Featheringill and Mary Kocol Imaging Services Harvard College Library Exhibit Design Chris Danemayer proun Design Print Design Eleanor Bradshaw Editing Janice Herndon and John Simon Mary Lee Kennedy Executive Director Baker Library Laura Linard Director Historical Collections Baker Library Supported

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  • About the Collection - The Wall Street Journal Cartoon Collection - Baker Library | Bloomberg Center
    in the paper under the heading Pepper and Salt since June 6 1950 The core of the collection was formed in 1999 and 2000 in preparation for a retrospective exhibition and publication celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of Pepper and Salt Mr Preston reviewed thousands of cartoons to select those that best represented the 1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s and 1990s Subsequently from 2000 to 2004 he added cartoons that captured the

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  • 1950s - The Wall Street Journal Cartoon Collection - Baker Library | Bloomberg Center
    top earners fork over up to 91 of their income to the IRS minimum wage is 75 cents an hour I Like Ike Elvis swivels and America swoons the Cold War turns hot in Korea women mostly stay home autos are a passion tailfins get bigger and food gets faster Ginsberg howls and Kerouac goes on the road inflation is a whopping 2 the Dow soars to an unimaginable height

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  • 1960s - The Wall Street Journal Cartoon Collection - Baker Library | Bloomberg Center
    create jobs and set off a long period of growth the minimum wage goes up to 1 60 the Dow approaches 1 000 Vietnam is a battlefront at home and abroad Silent Spring galvanizes an environmentalist movement and growing government regulation of industry America questions authority Woodstock captures the spirit of the decade Neil Armstrong becomes the first man on the moon women come into the workplace You have javascript

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  • 1970s - The Wall Street Journal Cartoon Collection - Baker Library | Bloomberg Center
    rages as do fed up consumers the Watergate scandal shocks a nation the Equal Rights Amendment comes of age the energy crisis forces rationing and energy conservation Iran hostage crisis begins wage and price controls Star Wars ushers in a new era in movies stagflation is born as a word and an economic condition Saturday Night Fever plays to the disco generation the Dow languishes around 1 000 You have

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  • 1980s - The Wall Street Journal Cartoon Collection - Baker Library | Bloomberg Center
    and tax cuts fuel an economic boom leveraged buyouts and hostile takeovers Star Wars a movie phenomenon and a defense system small business created 20 million new jobs especially for women Iran Contra Affair Black Monday hits Wall Street but the economy hardly notices the Berlin Wall comes down money market funds are the place to put savings new technology personal computers faxes and cell phones on the rise You

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  • 1990s - The Wall Street Journal Cartoon Collection - Baker Library | Bloomberg Center
    the new frontier Generation X hits the workplace and dress down Fridays become the norm Alan Greenspan sneezes and markets tremble venture capital fuels entrepreneurial spirit the Cold War ends with Soviet collapse the Dow hits 10 000 and keeps climbing dot com changes the economy and our vocabulary 43 of Americans invest in stocks a president is impeached but life goes on Y2K anxiety runs rampant You have javascript

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