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The April 26, 1974, issue of THE SEATTLE TIMES ran an article by Janet Horne comparing Depression era (1930s) food prices to prices in 1974.
On April 27, 1974, Paul Luvera sent a letter in reply to the article. It went into great detail (2 pages) comparing food prices and labor prices and telling of people's experiences during the Great Depression. He summed it up by saying, in bold print, "The point is -- it's not how much an item cost -- any item -- food, rent or clothing -- but rather how many hours of labor does it take to buy it."
|Title||reply to Janet Horne article|
|Caption||Luvera letter to Janet Horne, p. 1|
LUVERA, Paul, Sr.
THE SEATTLE TIMES
Communication - Correspondence
Place - Anacortes, WA