Reel 1. This speech was delivered by Aaron M. Frank on March 24, 1949, at the Meier and Frank Department Store in Portland, Oregon. In this speech, Frank urges the assembled store employees to resist union organizing efforts. He enumerates the benefits provided to employees by Meier and Frank, gives examples of management and employee loyalty, lists his responsibilities as director, and makes a plea for an employee vote of confidence. The employees ultimately voted against unionization.
Frank, Aaron M. (Aaron Meier), 1891-1968