1 image. Association: National Secretary at Biltmore Hotel, 22 April 1954. Jackie Blanchard (queen of the 7th Annual Southern California Business Show); Maxine Little; Claire Towery; Charlotte O'Sheil, officers of the National Secretary Association.; Supplementary material reads: "Give negative to Riblett. Southern California Business Show. sponsored by National Association of Cost Accountants, 731 South Spring Street Los Angeles 14, California. Press Release Picture Exclusive to the L.A. Examiner. Pictured above (at left) is Jackie Blanchard, Queen of the 7th Annual Southern California Business Show, welcoming Maxine Little, Claire Towery and Charlotte O'Sheil, Officers of The National Secretaries Association to the display of the office of the future at the Biltmore Hotel. Typewriters that operate without the help of a secretary, 50,000 per hour card sorters, and electronic brains are a few of the over 1500..."; Supplementary material continues: "...items valued in excess of $1,500,000 that are on display through Friday, April 23rd. In excess of 20,000 businessmen, controllers, students and financial executives are expected to take advantage of the opportunity to view these modern marvels of the office. Charlotte O'Shiel, Director of National Secretaries Week, indicates that the agenda of the banquet on National Secretaries Day will be topped by an open discussion of what the secretary can do to stem the tide towards mechanization. Delegates from the East have wired ahead alerting local officers of the peril already evident there".
731 South Spring Street; Los Angeles; Los Angeles; California; USA