Media Type: Cartoons (Commentary)
Source: Print and Picture Collection
Anthracite Trust Company: A bank whose capital is held by four hundred stockholders.
- United States Investor. Vol. 31. No 27. Boston and New York, 1920: 2782. Print.
"Whether or not the anthracite trust is a law unto itself is a question which the United States Government will have to decide. And the government inquiry into the operations of the trust or combine will get under way here tomorrow.
"In a series of articles from the anthracite region some time ago, I directed attention to the action of the operators in advancing the price of coal $1 a ton to the consumers beginning April 1 last. The action was arbitrary. Nobody was consulted outside the select circle of operating companies. Not the consumer, at least."
- McCain, George Nox. "Coal Trust Made Householder 'Goat.'" Evening Public Ledger, 3 December 1920: pgs 1 and 32.
Sykes, Charles Henry. "Well?" Evening Public Ledger (Philadelphia, PA). 1920, December 4: 8.
Creator Name: Sykes, Charles Henry, 1882-1942 - Artist