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Business executive, photographer and author based in New York; considered a pioneer in the field of public relations. David Finn papers include memos, art exhibit brochures, Ruder Finn print advertising and publications, and articles written by Finn and others. Companies represented include American Can, General Mills, Ruder & Finn, and Whirlpool. Acquired as part of the John W. Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising & Marketing History.

David Finn papers include memos, art exhibit brochures, Ruder Finn print advertising and publications, and articles written by Finn and others. Companies represented include American Can, General Mills, Ruder & Finn, and Whirlpool. Acquired as part of the John W. Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising & Marketing History.

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Founded in 1864, the J. Walter Thompson Company (JWT) is one of the oldest and largest enduring advertising agencies in the United States. It is headquartered in New York. Collection combines the public relations, publicity and promotional efforts of a number of JWT entities, including the Public Relations Department, Public Relations Division, Corporate Communications, Publicity Department, Personality Department and others. Collection includes news and press releases, clippings, photographs, scripts, directories, advertising proofs, print advertisements and other printed materials. Activities represented include baking and other contests, merchandising, nutritional campaigns, syndicated television programming, and youth outreach programs. Companies and institutions represented include 4-H clubs, American Gas Association, Bristol Myers, Burger King, Clairol, Ford, Kodak, Kraft, National Shoe Institute, Planters Peanuts, Radio City Music Hall, Reader's Digest, Royal Baking Powder, Scott Paper, Standard Brands, U.S. Brewer's Association and Warner-Lambert. Acquired as part of the John W. Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising & Marketing History.

Collection combines the public relations, publicity and promotional efforts of a number of JWT entities, including the Public Relations Department, Public Relations Division, Corporate Communications, Publicity Department, Personality Department and others. Collection includes news and press releases, clippings, photographs, scripts, directories, advertising proofs, print advertisements and other printed materials. Activities represented include baking and other contests, merchandising, nutritional campaigns, syndicated television programming, and youth outreach programs. Companies and institutions represented include 4-H clubs, American Gas Association, Bristol Myers, Burger King, Clairol, Ford, Kodak, Kraft, National Shoe Institute, Planters Peanuts, Radio City Music Hall, Reader's Digest, Royal Baking Powder, Scott Paper, Standard Brands, U.S. Brewer's Association and Warner-Lambert. Acquired as part of the John W. Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising & Marketing History.

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Portland Advertising Federation was an advertising club formed in 1906 in Portland, Ore. Also known as PAF. Collection comprises seminar materials, including a manual (55 pgs) on the topic, a printed copy of the seminar's opening speech, and a copy of the its evaluation sheet. The seminar was intended to provide a global view of the advertising process. Manual curriculum topics include advertising in the American socio-economic system, scope and organization of the advertising business, the media planning process, the creative process, regulation of advertising, and public relations.

Collection comprises seminar materials, including a manual (55 pgs) on the topic, a printed copy of the seminar's opening speech, and a copy of the seminar's evaluation sheet. The seminar was intended to provide a global view of the advertising process. Manual curriculum topics include advertising in the American socio-economic system, scope and organization of the advertising business, the media planning process, the creative process, regulation of advertising, and public relations.