Edwards, Nora C. (correspondent), Edwards Skirt Supporter Company (associated name)
Edwards' friend reports that she does not have many opportunities to speak to potential buyers on account of her being taken back in her old position. She gives examples of the interactions she has been able to have with buyers given her limited schedule.
Hubbard, T. J. (correspondent), Edwards, Nora C. (correspondent), Edwards Skirt Supporter Company (correspondent)
Hubbard reports from Pittsburgh that she has met with the K. Soloman Co. and that the buyer there liked the supporters but would not put them in stock without a demonstration. The buyer told her that in order to sell the supporters successfully they will need to demonstrate a few days in each store, and Hubbard states she will do what she can while she remains in that city. She encloses a list of recent orders she has taken along with the commission due to her.
Murray, Robert (interviewee), Hargreaves, Gregory (interviewer)
This interview took place surrounded by cases of beer stacked to the ceiling in a storage room at State Line Liquors in Elkton, Maryland. Murray offers perspective on the craft brewing industry from the point of view of the alcohol retailer, detailing the evolution of the beer retail space over several decades. The environment yeilded excellent recording conditions, with the exception of music and occasional announcements coming over the public address system.
Every comfort is provided for visiting, out-of-town customers who wish to place orders with the John B. Stetson Company while in Philadelphia. In the magnificent [sic] salesroom hundreds of hats are shown in all qualities and an almost unlimited variety of styles and colors. The Company has ten thousand retail and one hundred fifty wholesale accounts on its books. [Caption on back of postcard]