How do you suppose that many Larkin bottles came to be in that one privy hole?The likely answer takes us on a walk through history with of one of Americas great merchandisers, John Durant Larkin.The firm moved to Chicago in 1870 and it was there that John met his future wife, Frances Hubbard, who was visiting from Buffalo. His first product, "Sweet Home", was marketed to street vendors. With his success he quickly outgrew his original quarters on Chicago Street and moved in to 20,000 sq. He took on a number of employees who would prove to be invaluable to the business as it grew and entered into partnership with Elbert Hubbard.The partnership eventually soured along with Wellers marriage and was dissolved in 1875. It was in fact Hubbard, whose marketing genius catapulted the company into the halls American business history.
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Generally, a parenthetical citation includes the author's last name and the page number(s) of the information used: Then, provide the complete description of each source in your Works Cited list.
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The following examples are based on the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, 7th ed. G53 2009) The numbers in [ ] refer to the appropriate chapters in the handbook.
[6.2, 6.3, 6.4] In MLA style you briefly credit sources with parenthetical citations in the text of your paper.