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Paul Steintorf and Charles Hart talk trade relations with Japan, Los Angeles, 1934
Date Created and/or Issued
July 6, 1934
Publication Information
Los Angeles Times
Contributing Institution
UCLA, Library Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library
Los Angeles Times Photographic Archives
Rights Information
Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds.
Steintorf stands at a table beside a seated Hart, his arms behind his back. The men sit at a table covered with a white cloth and various dining utensils. There is a pennant on the wall behind them that says : EXCHANGE CLUB LOS ANGELES UNITY FOR SERVICE NATIONAL.
Similar photograph appears with the article, "America Gains By Trade," Los Angeles Times, 07 July 1934: A2.
Steintorf states that the United States sells more good to Japan than we buy from Japan. Japan is a big buyer of raw materials, heavy machinery and other equipment. The sales have decreased dramatically with the onset of the Great Depression.
Handwritten on negative: Paul A. Steintorf, Chas Hart
Text from negative sleeve: STEINTORF, PAUL P. U.S. TRADE COMM., 1934
b&w nitrate negative
International relations--California
Meetings--California--Los Angeles
Pennants--American--California--Los Angeles
Steintorf, Paul P
Hart, Charles
Los Angeles Times Photographic Collection

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