Letter appears on Harper's Bazaar stationery and concerns locating photographers for magazine illustration, editorial and publishing concerns, and a research project to survey ideas of beauty among college-age women. Acquired as part of the John W. Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising & Marketing History.
Max Factor Make-up Studio collection, 1932-1935 0.1 Linear Feet
Collection contains materials that comprised the Max Factor Make-up Studio's campaign for "The New Art of Society Make-up." Includes two booklets with courtesy cards that enabled the holder to order free make-up samples appropriate for their complextion and features. A "Miss Thennis" likely used the courtesy cards, for there is a letter addressed to her regarding the products and their application, a completed make-up color harmony chart that may have accompanied the letter, as well as sample envelopes for rouge (unopened, containing a powder puff) and face powder. Also contains a product order form.