This book makes for interesting reading as it traces the two pioneer organizations that consolidated in 1926 to form the American Arbitration Association. The role and influence of the Association in its first twenty years of existence are noteworthy as the book covers the practice of American arbitration and the American concept and organization of international commercial arbitration. The final chapter is devoted to the builders of American arbitration.M. Hill, Hawes (Willard) Co., Inc., N. Y. C. 2. Furniture, Interior Decorations, Works of Art and Decoration. Andrew J. ... House Furnishing Goods. F. L. Goetz, Long Island City; W. J. Berry, C. H. and E. S. Goldberg, N. Y. C. 4. Brass Goods, Metalanbsp;...
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