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Cosmetics company, founded in 1909 by Max Factor (1872?-1938), a Polish cosmetician. 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.

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.

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Collection of 137 embossed advertising stickers from an unknown producer. Stickers depict a wide range of businesses and products primarily in the Southern California region, from Los Angeles to San Diego. Products represented include alcoholic beverages, automotive parts and supplies, clothing, cosmetics, food products, gasoline and motor oil, hair care preparations, musical instruments, patent medicines, plastic surgery, shaving products, sporting goods, tooth powder and other dentifrices. Companies and events represented include the California Pacific International Exposition, Carnation and Max Factor. Some stickers are affixed to envelopes; others are affixed to jobber cards giving production dates and design details. Acquired as part of the John W. Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising & Marketing History.

Collection of 137 embossed advertising stickers from an unknown producer. Stickers depict a wide range of businesses and products primarily in the Southern California region, from Los Angeles to San Diego. Products represented include alcoholic beverages, automotive parts and supplies, clothing, cosmetics, food products, gasoline and motor oil, hair care preparations, musical instruments, patent medicines, plastic surgery, shaving products, sporting goods, tooth powder and other dentifrices. Companies and events represented include the California Pacific International Exposition, Carnation and Max Factor. Some stickers are affixed to envelopes; others are affixed to jobber cards giving production dates and design details. Acquired as part of the John W. Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising & Marketing History.