Gabriel Moulin Studios (photographer), Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America (originator)
Inspiring example of American opportunityâ\u20ac¦Pioneer in industryâ\u20ac¦Fearless innovatorâ\u20ac¦Genius in organizationâ\u20ac¦Greatest builder of modern timesâ\u20ac¦Devoted patriot in war and peaceâ\u20ac¦Servant of the public welfareâ\u20ac¦Philosopher of 'Joy in Work and Achievement'â\u20ac¦Doctor of Laws-University of Nevada citation by President John Moseley upon award of Doctor of Laws Degree to Mr. Kaiser
Ewing Galloway (agency) (photographer), Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America (originator)
A two in one picture, a photograph of Negroes picking cotton in a field just across a railroad track from a large cotton mill, in North Carolina which state is winning from Massachusetts some of her fame as a cotton mill state. This picture explains one reason for decline of New England industry.
Kaiser-Frazer Corp. (photographer), Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America (originator)
Many Americans will soon have their first opportunity to enjoy genuinely low cost transportation with the arrival of the low price 1951 Kaiser. This is the automobile that was conceived by mandate of the motoring public and which became a reality through the responsiveness of Henry J. Kaiser and the Kaiser-Frazer Corp. Devoid of unfunctional 'gadgetry' but smartly styled and rich in engineering advances, the roomy new model represents more than seven years of research and development by Kaiser and his associates.