Other JWT Offices Series, 1971-1980

Scope and content:

Documents George Black's correspondence with executives at 40 JWT international offices, and material regarding JWT Worldwide ("JWT Weltweit") promotions and restructuring. The series contains letters, telexes, telegrams, rapifaxes, memoranda, notes, sketches, clippings, client lists, printed materials, reports, speeches, articles, advertising copy and stats, and news releases. Arranged alphabetically by city, then chronologically.

The following newsletters have been transferred from the series to the JWT Newsletter Collection: "JWT newsgram" (Johannesburg, 1974) and "News/Nuus" (Cape Town, 1974).


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Access to some portions of the George Black Papers is restricted. Personnel and finance files are closed until 2037.

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