|Corporate Author:||American institute of agriculture, Chicago.|
Lesson A. Taylor, H.C. What's back of marketing. c1922.--Lesson B. Converse, P.D. Middlemen; who they are & how they operate. c1922.--Lesson C. Howard, J.R. Fundamentals of standardization. c1924.--Lesson D. Lever, A.F. How storage helps in marketing. c1923.--Lesson E. Horne, F.A. Cold storage and refrigeration. c1923.--Lesson F. Parmelee, J.H. The American transportation system. c1923.--Lesson G. Willis, H.P. The services of banks and how to use them. c1923.--Lesson H. Willis, H.P. Three kinds of credit and how to arrange for each. c1923.--Lesson I. Willis, H.P. Federal farm loan systems. c1923.--Lesson J. Fitzgerald, J.J. Insurance against marketing losses. c1923.--Lesson K. Carver, T.N. Trading in futures. c1923.--Lesson L. Murray, N.C. Crop reports and how to use them. c1923.--Lesson M. Wheeler, W.A. Market reports and how to use them. c1923.--Lesson N. Hobson, A. Why prices fluctuate. c1923.--Lesson O. Hobson, A. Can prices be controlled? c1923.--Lesson P-Q. Fisher, J.W. The principles of cooperation and The principles of cooperative organization. c1923.--Lesson R. Williams, W.M. Laws that affect cooperative marketing. c1923.--Lesson S. Francisco, D. Cooperative advertising of farm products. c1923.--Lesson T-U. Beaty, J.Y. How to advertise the products of one farm and How to sell farm by mail. c1923.
|Locate a Print Version:||Find in a library service is not available from this catalog. Search Worldcat|