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Schloerb, director of the Occupational Research Department of the Chicago Public Schools, draws some conclusions as to a few current trends in this field of work and the effect of such trends upon workers.
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Four students talk about the operation of office machines, the jobs in the field and what that field includes. Schloerb, director of the occupational research department of the Chicago Public Schools, talks about new developments in office appliance machine operation and the latest information about qualifying for jobs in this area. We hear "America the Beautiful.
Examples of selling in shops, garages, department stores and selling door to door. Discussion of what a "sales type" of person is and what the requirements of salesmanship are. Medsker of the Chicago Public Schools summarizes the trends for the future of sales work. They discuss the qualities and training of the workers in these jobs. Medsker of the Chicago Public Schools discusses new developments in radio and how they will affect chances for employment. Johnson, superintendent of schools, concludes the series of five broadcasts by assessing the importance of what has been covered.
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The polychrome pottery tripod with its animal supports is another example of the skill of the ancient potter's art]. Marshall, Department of Art. Johnson, Superintendent of Schools; George F. Herdeg, Assistant Superintendent of Schools;. Harold W. Kent, Radio Council; Elizabeth W.
Robertson, Director of Department of Art. Lacquered Wooden Vessel from Peru-Vessels of this type were made by the Indians of Peru at about the time of the Spanish conquest of South American Silver-Pins used by women of the Andes to fasten their shawls, a silver-mounted gourd and bombilla for drinking mate, and a lady's stirrup. Decorated Gourd Containers, Paraguay-Craftsmanship of the Chaco tribes is shown in their gourd carving as well as their basketry and pottery. Kaduveo Earthenware Vessels, North Paraguay-These plates and water jar are examples of the type of pottery produced in the northern part of the Gran Chaco.
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Robertson, thanking her for sending a copy of the Teachers' Broadcast Handbook, Part 2, and pointing out specific items that interest him. He also sends regards to Mrs. Marshall for her participation. Letter from William Benton, President, the University of Chicago, to Miss Elizabeth Robertson thanking her for sending a copy of the handbook and telling her of his interest in perusing it.
Robertson thanking her for sending a copy of the Teachers' Broadcast Handbook and offering his cooperation in future endeavors. Letter from R. Lebret, Consul of Uruguay, to Miss Elizabeth Wells Robertson, thanking her for sending a copy of the handbook and congratulating her on sponsoring such a book that features arts of the Latin-American Republics. Letter from Joseph H. Robertson, thanking her for sending a copy of the handbook and praising its contents. Letter from William H. Johnson, Superintendent of Schools, to Miss Elizabeth Wells Robertson, thanking her for sending a copy of the handbook and commenting on the importance of establishing.
He also commends all who worked with her on the radio programs. Letter from Anna P. Robertson, praising the Radio Art Handbook and promoting its value to the teachers of art and other subjects. Letter from Ernest B.
Robertson thanking her for sending a copy of the handbook and praising its contents. He is giving the copy to the International House Library. Letter from George F. Robertson thanking her for the handbook and congratulating her and all who contributed to the project. Letter from Leo G. Robertson thanking her for the handbook and praising its contents and the people who contributed to getting it together. Letter from Joseph C. Letter from E. Robertson thanking her for the handbook and praising it highly. After the broadcast. Discussion and general activities.