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The Influence of Geographic Factors in the Development of the Mail Order Business

The Influence of Geographic Factors in the Development of the Mail Order... The Influence of Geographic Factors 1n the Development of the Mail Order Business IRWIN M. HEINE ADES HAS HAD various definitions de­ facilities, Chicago was becoming the gate­ pending upon the geographic location way to the West which was rapidly being of those races who have tried to define it. developed. It served not only the Mid-West­ In desert areas where the temperature ern farming sections but the Far West cattle reaches heights of uncomfortable warmth raisers and had varied contacts with the im­ it has been pictured as a place of burning portant Eastern cities. This city was a melt­ heat. To those living in the bleak, barren ing pot where new ideas from the various areas of the frozen North it has been de­ sections of the United States were gathered, picted as a place of unbearable cold. Who discussed and taken away by those who came shall say which is right? to buy and sell. New wants were created. In the analysis of various factors which Men and women returned to their homes are given for the establishment and growth with new ideas about dress, household and of an industry, the interpretation usually farm improvements. In http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American Marketing Journal SAGE

The Influence of Geographic Factors in the Development of the Mail Order Business

American Marketing Journal , Volume amj-3 (2): 4 – Apr 1, 1936

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Publisher
SAGE
Copyright
© 1936 American Marketing Association
ISSN
0193-1806
eISSN
1547-7185
DOI
10.1177/002224293600300204
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Abstract

The Influence of Geographic Factors 1n the Development of the Mail Order Business IRWIN M. HEINE ADES HAS HAD various definitions de­ facilities, Chicago was becoming the gate­ pending upon the geographic location way to the West which was rapidly being of those races who have tried to define it. developed. It served not only the Mid-West­ In desert areas where the temperature ern farming sections but the Far West cattle reaches heights of uncomfortable warmth raisers and had varied contacts with the im­ it has been pictured as a place of burning portant Eastern cities. This city was a melt­ heat. To those living in the bleak, barren ing pot where new ideas from the various areas of the frozen North it has been de­ sections of the United States were gathered, picted as a place of unbearable cold. Who discussed and taken away by those who came shall say which is right? to buy and sell. New wants were created. In the analysis of various factors which Men and women returned to their homes are given for the establishment and growth with new ideas about dress, household and of an industry, the interpretation usually farm improvements. In

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American Marketing JournalSAGE

Published: Apr 1, 1936

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