Record #159

Date:
01/06/1924
Record Type:
Report
Reel:
Reel 1
Frame Start:
1-1583
Frame End:
1-1595
Legacy ID:
159
Legacy Year:
1924
Legacy Index:
Arbitration
Comments:
EDITORIAL COMMENT: Arbitration was enthusiastically adopted by Hays and implemented in all exchanges inside a year, by October 1924, when at least 5,000 cases had been settled.

Schedule of publicity to be given to the motion picture industry's achievements in the field of arbitration. Various institutions are targeted to receive copies of letters, followed by follow-up letters and pamphlets. Much of this material, including an address given by Pettijohn before the Arbitration Society of America, is appended.

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ARBITRATION. 1924. Schedule of Arbitration Publicity, 1924. ARBITRATION DATA Exhibit A - address of C.C. Pettijohn " B - letter of transmittal of Exhibit A to the following under date of June 16, 1924: Selected list of 800 daily newspapers including entire list of Indiana papers. Syndicates Miscellaneous Magazines Special Writers, excluding ?Marj. Schuler, Christian Science Monitor? News Bureau, Harold Stark, Tribune, N.Y.C. (Signed by Moses H. Grossman [Arbitration Society]) Exhibit C - same as Exhibit B, only under date of August 28, 1924, was used as a transmittal to 1183 secretaries of Chambers of Commerce of the U.S., the Arbitration Pamphlet, Exhibit A. (Signed by Moses H. Grossman) Exhibit D & E - Letter of transmittal under date of Sept. 13, 1924 and enclosure "Motion Picture Industry Settles all Differences by Arbitration" which were sent to the following:? (Signed by W.H. Hays)

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