Shipping Board Operations; Hearings Before Select Committee on U. S. Shipping Board Operations, House of Representatives, Sixty-Sixth Congress, Second[-Third] Session ... PT. 1[-14 and General Index and Table of Contents] Volume 5

Shipping Board Operations; Hearings Before Select Committee on U. S. Shipping Board Operations, House of Representatives, Sixty-Sixth Congress, Second[-Third] Session ... PT. 1[-14 and General Index and Table of Contents] Volume 5

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1920 edition. Excerpt: ...to the Virginia Shipbuilding Cor oration. I do not know whether you entered into the Groton Iron orks situation or not. But have there been any further developments which you feel at libertv to give the committee in the Virginia ship matters. Mr. MEEHAN. I do not recall the date of my testimony or the date of the last development that I know about in connection with those matters. ' The CHAIRMAN. It was in May last. Mr. MEEHAN. Well, the principal thing that could happen and did happen about any of those companies that Charlie Morse was interested in was in the nature of demands or requests or sup lications for money, and in many cases he got it; and I do not know w ether he got any more after that or not. I believe at the time you had your hearing the Shipping Board had canceled the mortgage on the Vir inia ship; was not that true? he CHAIRMAN. On the plant? Mr. MEEHAN. Yes. That is about the last I remember. I left Washin ton the 1st of July, and before I left permanently I was up here an at Philadelphia a good deal. Mr. FosTER. This morning you were telling about L. Ames Brown, was it not? Mr. MEEHAN. Yes, sir. Mr. FosTER. You referred to some man by the name of Logan in connection with him. What Logan was that? ' Mr. MEEHAN. Thomas Logan, whom, I believe, according to information I have, was sort of a publicity man and a representative at Washington of the ackers and certain other lar e corporations, and is now head of an a vertising agency, I believe, T omas Logan (Inc.), or something like that. _ The CHAIRMAN. Was he ever connected with the Senate press gallery? _ Mr. MEEHAN. Who, Brown or Logan? The CHAIRMAN. Logan. Mr. MEEHAN. I believe there is testimony before the Senate Committee on Commerce or A riculture given when they...show more

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  • Paperback | 274 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 15mm | 494g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236768310
  • 9781236768315