Merchandise Availability in Utah: A Research Study Of the Availability and Retail Prices of Selected Food, Drug, Clothing, Dry Goods, and Variety Items in Typical Rural Towns in the State of Utah

Merchandise Availability in Utah: A Research Study Of the Availability and Retail Prices of Selected Food, Drug, Clothing, Dry Goods, and Variety Items in Typical Rural Towns in the State of Utah

Faville, David E.; Dix M. Jones, and Richard B. Sonne

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Publisher: Stanford University Press
Date Published: 1942
Edition: First edition
Binding: Hardcover
Book Id: 41492

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229pp. Octavo [23 cm] Red cloth with gilt lettering and double ruled borders in gilt and blind on the spine and front cover. Very good, with minimal rubbing and bumping to the extremities. There is a glue stain from a once-present glue stain on the front cover. The price-clipped dust jacket is in good only condition, with multiple small losses from the edges, a small open tear in the surface of the jacket's spine, and an almost completely detached front inside flap. Darkened in areas.

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Conducted under the Auspices of the Graduate School of Business, Stanford University. A study of merchandising in rural Utah communities, meant to answer the questions, "To what extent can country people buy wanted items of merchandise as readily as people living in town?" and "To what extent must country people pay more for these items?"