Good Neighbor Policy | Magazine or Periodical | Wisconsin Historical Society

Magazine or Periodical

Good Neighbor Policy

Good Neighbor Policy | Magazine or Periodical | Wisconsin Historical Society
The first page of an article published in <i>The Westerner</i>, a publication for the employees of the Western Printing & Lithographing Company of Racine. The article summarizes the history of the Germania Publishing Company (re-named The North American Press in 1918), of Milwaukee and features photographs of the founder, George Brumder (1839-1910); his son and successor as president of The North American Press, George Frederick Brumder (1878-1961); and grandson Edward John Brumder Sr. (1907-1998), at the time vice president of The North American Press. Edward would succeed his father, George F. Brumder, as president. Western Printing printed Little Golden Books for children.  After 1941, The North American Press providing the binding services for Little Golden Books.
DESCRIPTION
The first page of an article published in The Westerner, a publication for the employees of the Western Printing & Lithographing Company of Racine. The article summarizes the history of the Germania Publishing Company (re-named The North American Press in 1918), of Milwaukee and features photographs of the founder, George Brumder (1839-1910); his son and successor as president of The North American Press, George Frederick Brumder (1878-1961); and grandson Edward John Brumder Sr. (1907-1998), at the time vice president of The North American Press. Edward would succeed his father, George F. Brumder, as president. Western Printing printed Little Golden Books for children. After 1941, The North American Press providing the binding services for Little Golden Books.
RECORD DETAILS
Image ID:138593
Creation Date: December 1954
Creator Name:Western Printing & Lithographing Company, Racine
City:Racine
County:Racine
State:Wisconsin
Collection Name:Brumder family and Milwaukee German ancestry and research papers, 1844-2014
Genre:Magazine or Periodical
Original Format Type:prints, photomechanical
Original Format Number:Milwaukee Mss 229.6.2
Original Dimensions:8.5 x 11 inches
SUBJECTS
Clothing and dress
Eyeglasses
Neckties
Suits (Clothing)
Periodicals
Printing industry
Beards
Men
Portrait photography

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