recording of Calumet “K”, by Samuel Merwin and Henry Kitchell Webster.
Read by Betsie Bush.
“A novel, with several elements of rather unusual interest. As a tale, it is swift, simple, and absorbing, and one does not willingly put it down until it is finished. It has to do with grain-elevator business, with railways, strikes, and commercial and financial matters generally, woven skilfully into a human story of love.” —The Commercial Advertiser”
‘Calumet “K”‘ is a novel that is exciting and absorbing, but not the least bit sensational. It is the story of a rush…. The book is an unusually good story; one that shows the inner workings of the labor union, and portrays men who are the bone and sinew of the earth.”–The Toledo Blade.
“The heroine in this case is the hero’s stenographer; but the action of the story grows out of the attempt of rival capitalists and grain men to balk the building of a grain elevator by a set date.” —The Burlington Free Press
(Excerpts from the advertising material at the end of “” by Samuel Merwin)
Note: This book contains racial comments that may be offensive to modern listeners.
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