The Janet A. Ginsburg Chicago Tribune Collection

Chicago Tribune : men who make Tribune make it a life career

Images accompany an article about Tribune employment. Includes photographs of: Edward S. Beck (managing editor who joined the staff in 1893), Robert Longmore (superintendent of the stereotype department who joined the staff in 1898), Louis Racicot (chief of the engraving department who joined the staff in 1887), Edward G. Dorman (composing room dean of employees who joined the staff in 1875), Leo Loewenberg (superintendent of the composing room, 1893), Edward Maher (superintendent of the black press room, 1900), Fred von der Horst (chief of receiving department, 1907), William Madden (circulation, 1900), Anna Garrow (chief of switchboard operators, 1905), and want ad takers Carlita Broughton (1928), Norma De Baugh (1928), and Martha Jane Hart (1934). Also includes a graph entitled, "Trend of employment in Chicago factories and in the Chicago Tribune Company 1929-1934" and a chart entitled, "Tribune employees according to years of service."


10.2 x 4.8 cm

Tribune Company

black and white

  • English

  • still image
  • text

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  • The Janet A. Ginsburg Chicago Tribune Image Collection
  • The Janet A. Ginsburg Chicago Tribune Advertisement Collection

  • Chicago Sunday Tribune (July 22, 1934), p. 3

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