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Real estate and travel company founded in 1932 by brothers Herman and Robert Anspach in Highland Park, Ill. Currently part of Valerie Wilson Travel, Inc. Collection spans 1936-2014 with the bulk of materials dating from the 1960s-1980s. Primarily brochures, leaflets and other take-away direct marketing materials advertising resorts, hotels, airlines, cruise lines, and other services and destinations comprising the travel and tourism industry. Also includes newsletters, itineraries, and some correspondence. All continents and ocean regions are represented. Acquired as part of the John W. Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising & Marketing History.

Collection spans 1936-2014 with the bulk of materials dating from the 1960s-1980s. Primarily brochures, leaflets and other take-away direct marketing materials advertising resorts, hotels, airlines, cruise lines, and other services and destinations comprising the travel and tourism industry. Also includes newsletters, itineraries, and some correspondence. All continents and ocean regions are represented. The bulk of the collection is in English, but some of the items are multi-lingual or in the native language of country of origin. Spanish, French, German, Russian, Japanese, Chinese, and Pidgin English among other languages, are represented in the collection

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Italian agency created in 1934 to promote tourism to Libya. Black and white photograph of entrants in a tourism poster design contest. Exhibit was held in the Concourse of the Grand Hotel in Tripoli. Acquired as part of the John W. Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising & Marketing History.

Black and white photograph of entrants in a tourism poster design contest. Exhibit was held in the Concourse of the Grand Hotel in Tripoli. Acquired as part of the John W. Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising & Marketing History.

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Haiti Tourist Bureau photographs, 1950-1955 0.2 Linear Feet — 1 box — 17 prints — 8x10 inches

Collection consists of seventeen glossy 8x10 inch black-and-white photographs of tourist destinations and activities in Haiti, marked on the versos with the associated name of the Haiti Tourist Bureau in New York City, established sometime around 1950. These images served as visual components for the island's 1950s tourism campaigns, and show white tourists in various posed scenes, visiting handicraft shops and outdoor markets, riding donkeys, enjoying the beach, and watching folkloric dances. There are also several views of the capital, Port-au-Prince, and smaller towns such as Cap-Haïtien, as well as resorts, beaches, town streets, and mountainsides. Noted Haitian photographer Edouard Peloux's name appears on a print signed "Ed. Peloux, 19-7-53." The rest are unsigned and undated. Several of the photographs appear in a 1955 publication, "A Guide to Haiti, Star of the Caribbean," also by the Haiti Tourist Bureau.

Collection consists of seventeen glossy 8x10 inch black-and-white photographs of tourist destinations and activities in Haiti, marked on the versos with the associated name of the Haiti Tourist Bureau in New York City, established sometime around 1950. These images served as visual components for the island's 1950s tourism campaigns, and show white tourists in various posed scenes, visiting handicraft shops and outdoor markets, riding donkeys, enjoying the beach, and watching folkloric dances. There are also several views of the capital, Port-au-Prince, and smaller towns such as Cap-Haïtien, as well as resorts, beaches, town streets, and mountainsides. Noted Haitian photographer Edouard Peloux's name appears on a print signed "Ed. Peloux, 19-7-53." The rest are unsigned and undated. Several of the photographs appear in a 1955 publication, "A Guide to Haiti, Star of the Caribbean," also by the Haiti Tourist Bureau.

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Lore Parker papers, 1950-1979 and undated 12 Linear Feet — 1251 Items

Lore Lionel Parker was a copy writer for Doyle Dane Bernbach and other advertising agencies. She was part of the creative team at Bernbach credited with leading the advertising industry's Creative Revolution of the early 1960s. The Lore Parker Papers include proofs, tear sheets and radio and television broadcast scripts for advertising campaigns Parker worked on for Doyle Dane Bernbach, Dowd Redfield & Johnstone, and other advertising agencies. Topics include alcoholic beverages, cosmetics, housewares, snack foods, swimwear, tourism, and women's clothing and undergarments. Major companies or products represented include Alitalia airlines, Barton's Bonbonniere, the British Tourist Authority, Celanese Fibers, Cole of California, General Telephone/GTE, Lees Carpets, and Salada Junket foods.

The Lore Parker Papers span the years 1950 to 1979 and include proofs, tear sheets and radio and television broadcast scripts for advertising campaigns Parker worked on for Doyle Dane Bernbach (DDB); Dowd, Redfield & Johnstone; and other advertising agencies. Topics include alcoholic beverages, cosmetics, housewares, snack foods, swimwear and bathing suits, tourism, and women's clothing and undergarments. Major companies or products represented include Alitalia airlines, Barton's Bonbonniere, the British Tourist Authority, Celanese Fibers, Cole of California, General Telephone/GTE, Lees Carpets, and Salada Junket foods. Also included are some print advertisements for Ohrbach's, written by DDB Copy chief Phyllis Robinson, which Parker credited as her inspiration to seek employment at DDB.

The collection is arranged into two categories by size: Large Format Items and Small Format Items, and therein alphabetically by company name.

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Advertising executive based in Seattle, Washington; specialist in newspaper advice columns and cartoon advertisements. Collection includes clip art, cartoon and comic designs, advertising copy, print advertisements and other largely humorous printed materials that feature advertising characters, limericks, "do it yourself" hints and advice columns, and fact- and quiz-based promotional copy. Newspaper advertising services were primarily directed at local businesses including apparel and shoe stores, appliances and home furnishings, automotive dealerships and service firms; hardware stores, hotels and restaurants, insurance and real estate companies, sporting goods and travel agencies primarily in the Pacific Northwest and Canada. Acquired as part of the John W. Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising & Marketing History.

Advertising executive based in Seattle, Washington; specialist in newspaper advice columns and cartoon advertisements. Collection includes clip art, cartoon and comic designs, advertising copy, print advertisements and other largely humorous printed materials that feature advertising characters, limericks, "do it yourself" hints and advice columns, and fact- and quiz-based promotional copy. Newspaper advertising services were primarily directed at local businesses including apparel and shoe stores, appliances and home furnishings, automotive dealerships and service firms; hardware stores, hotels and restaurants, insurance and real estate companies, sporting goods and travel agencies primarily in the Pacific Northwest and Canada. Acquired as part of the John W. Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising & Marketing History.