Money & work

Early office cubicles & the new open plan office setup (1975)

Cubicles and open-plan offices were in response to changes in business: 'In the past decade, great strides have been made in the computer sciences, the technology of copying and in word processing. Thus, the office is no longer viewed and revered as a static fixture.'

The future of the computer age (1967)

A look back at the computer age: "Today's computer revolution is only getting started. In store are amazing new uses for 'electronic brains' that will reshape the industry and alter people's lives."

WW2 Ration book Q&A (1943)

Q&A on the use of books Point rationing to start here March 1 The following questions and answers released by the Office of Price Administration are designed to acquaint the public with further detail... Click to read more...

An argument for the chauffeur (1918)

One chauffeured automobile accomplishes as much as two or three which are driven without chauffeurs. The chauffeur instantly becomes an economy - not merely a justifiable expense.

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