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J.HERITAGE PETERS

ADVERTISING SERVICE
Lloyds Bank Chambers, Coventry.

The SPECIALISED SERVICE for
MOTOR, CYCLE, ENGINEERING
& FINANCIAL ADVERTISING.

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Officers and Directors of the Chamber.

President.-G. M. Cassatt (Remington Typewriter Co.).

1st Vice President.-*R. H. Cabell (Armour & Co., Ltd.).

2nd Vice-President.-* J. Grant Forbes (American International Corporation). Hon. Treasurer,-*Robert Grant, Jr. (Higginson & Co.).

Hon. Secretary.-* W. T. Coe (Consolidation Coal Co.).

Consulting Directors, R. P. Skinner, American Consul-General in London; J. Butler Wright, Counsellor of the American Embassy in London; Alfred P. Dennis, Commercial Attaché to the American Embassy.

Directors. Frederic Carroll (Corn Products Co.); Wilson Cross (Vacuum Oil Co., Ltd.); Paul E. Derrick (Paul E. Derrick Advertising Agency, Ltd.); Wm Gourlay (American Express Co.); Clarence Graff (Pynchon & Co.); Chas. S. Hall (Swift Beef Co., Ltd.);

G. Hampton Lewis (Dried Fruit and Produce Broker); *Frank Wyman Libby (Willys-Overland, Ltd.); E. E. Ling (National City Bank of New York); *George A. Mower (Sturtevant Engineering Co., Ltd.); F. E. Powell (Anglo-American Oil Co., Ltd.); *R. P. C. Sanderson (Baldwin Locomotive Works); L P. Sheldon (Blair & Co., Inc.); W. H. Utz (Jenkins Bros); A. H. Walker (Machinery and Linotype Ltd.); J. H. Willson (General Motors, Ltd.). Executive Committee.-Indicated by *. Secretary.-Robert Frothingham, Jr. Bankers.-Guaranty Trust Co. of N.Y. Hon. Auditors.-Price, Waterhouse & Co. Bulletin.-G. M. Cassatt; W. T. Coe;

Paul E. Derrick; J. Grant Forbes; E. B. Lane; Philip W. Whitcomb; T. J. Zimmerman. Managing Editor: Robert Frothingham, Jr.; News Editor: B. Evans; Advertising Manager: A. H. F Lukyn.

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Anglo-American Trade

June, 1921

Vol. 5 No. 6

"Anglo-American Trade" is the monthly journal of the American Chamber of Commerce in London (Inc.), 8, Waterloo Place, S. W. 1. Price 1- (25 cents) per copy. Advertising rates on application. Forms close for press on the 4th of each month. Circulation: 4,000

CONTENTS

Ambassador Harvey "joins the Chamber"

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'Every Member get a Member" Chamber's Campaign...
Preparations for International Chamber Meeting ...
Chamber seeks Opinion of Members on U.S. Tariff
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U.S. Emergency Tariff Bill becomes Law

Welcome in London for Rotarians after Convention
Editorial

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Active Member writes Chamber on U.S. Tariff question

Safeguarding of British Industries Bill

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Industrial Situation in Great Britain during May...
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London County Westminster
and Parr's Bank, Ltd.

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41, LOTHBURY, LONDON, E.C. 2.

Chief General Managers: F. J. BARTHORPE,

JOHN RAE.

Foreign Branch Office:

82, CORNHILL, LONDON, E.C. 3.

AFFILIATED ABROAD.

LONDON COUNTY WESTMINSTER &
PARR'S FOREIGN BANK, LIMITED.

FRANCE.-PARIS: 22, Place Vendôme.

BORDEAUX: 22 and 24, Cours de l'Intendance.
LYONS: 37, Rue de la République.

MARSEILLES: 29. Rue Cannebière.
NANTES: 6, Rue Lafayette.

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The Bank is represented by Branches or Agents in all the Principal Cities and Towns of the United Kingdom and has Correspondents throughout the World.

EXECUTOR AND TRUSTEE

DUTIES UNDERTAKEN.

Ambassador Harvey "Joins the

Chamber."

The warm interest expressed by the new Ambassador in accepting
Honorary membership in the American Chamber of Commerce in
London will gratify all members, both British and American.

THE 'HE American Ambassador in London has not only honoured the American Chamber of Commerce by accepting Honorary membership, but he has at the same time assured it recognition as an important factor in the big problem of Anglo-American relations.

Honorary membership was offered to the Ambassador by the Directors of the Chamber and accepted by him on June 3rd. In accepting, the Ambassador said a few words indicating informally his official attitude toward the Anglo-American business group in this country. Their importance as active and daily links between the two countries, binding the two countries in thousands of continual contacts, was, he suggested, obvious to all students of AngloAmerican relations.

As the representative of the United States Government particularly concerned with the broad lines of relations between the two countries he would keep closely in touch with the Chamber from the point of view of this binding function, a function which though in one sense incidental was in a deeper sense the true purpose the Chamber.

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His work on behalf of his country in this respect, he indicated, would take advantage of the distinguished services already being rendered by the offices of the Consul-General and the Commercial Attache in London, and

the American Consuls throughout the United Kingdom, to the AngloAmerican trading community. In order that the thousands of firms and individuals involved in the close business contacts between the two countries should be agents of international goodwill, the official services of Government agents and the mutual services of such a body as the American Chamber in London must be, as they are in this case, both sympathetic and efficient.

Messages had already been received by members of the Chamber in London from those who knew Colonel Harvey in America predicting that he would be found effectively interested in the broad purposes of the Chamber and ready to acknowledge the large part played by the trading community in making Anglo-American friendship a thing of daily realities and not merely of annual felicitations. Members of the Chamber will see in the Ambassador's acceptance of Honorary membership in the Chamber an early and a happy fulfilment of those predictions.

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