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National Recovery Act pin "NRA member We Do Our Part Regner, Graef & Co. All Over Detroit."

Detroit nd (1933-35). Made by the American Art Works, Inc., Coshocton, Ohio. 1", white background, blue eagle in center, blue and red lettering. Light rubbing else very good. The National Recovery Act was established in 1933 during the Great Depression to stimulate the economy, eliminate unfair trade practices, create a minimum wage, cap the number of hours worked weekly, the right to collective bargaining. In 1935, the US Supreme Court ruled that the act was unconstitutional. Businesses were to display NRA signs in their windows; if they didnít comply they were subject to boycott. The Regner, Graef & Co. of Detroit was a menswear business with five locations in 1933, thus the phrase "All Over Detroit." Scarce.


Book Id: 98-6521

Price: $15.00

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