1937 speakers

The April 17 1937 edition of the Toronto Globe and Mail contained two interesting ads for speakers.

The first was for a speech from what could be considered the 1937 equivalent of Tony Robbins:


A search for G. E. Marchand turned up nothing, other than an eBay ad for a photograph of Mr. Marchand from 1934, in which he was billed as “America’s famous maker of successful men and women”.

The second ad was for a speech on education:


A search for Joseph McCulley turned up this link, which claimed that Mr. McCulley was influenced by progressivism, social Christianity, and democratic socialism. Pickering College is located in Newmarket, and still exists.

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