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Charles Mayer's commercial college / the Beck & Pauli Lith. Co. Malwaukee.

Charles Mayer's commercial college / the Beck & Pauli Lith. Co. Malwaukee.

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Print shows Hermes seated above a bust portrait of Charles Mayer in a medallion frame supported by two cherubs between two pillars that support a lintel on which are various symbols of the arts and industries; a female figure, possibly Athena, sits on a stack of books, on the lower right, reading from an open book that states "Charles Mayer author of 'Mayer's Mercantile Manual Principles of Writing.' Institutions of Law and Forms with a Compendium of Political Economy and Commercial Correspondence".
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Caption continues: Business education. Thorough instruction given to secure the highest developments of the business capacities of the students.
Copyrighted 1886 by Charles Mayer, Milwaukee, Wis.
Copyright stamp appears on the lower right corner.





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