International Offices

Scope and content:

Comprised primarily of correspondence between Harry Clark and account supervisors in other J. Walter Thompson Company offices. The majority of items relate to the offices in London and New York. The communication with New York provides general insight into the exchange of information about clients. Extensive information is provided about Clark's visits in New York, the United States travel service (1973), Sony video tape recorders (1973), and the International Basic Economy Corporation (1973). The correspondence with the London Office provides an exchange of memoranda and reports about issues with international clients including information about Reed International, the Braun account, and consumer attitudes to the soap "Fa" (Unilever) in Germany (1973). Correspondents include David Campbell-Harris (Milan), Constance B. Ivie (New York), Don Johnston (London and New York), Denis Lanigan (London), Julian Morrison (Chicago), Anthony Rau (London), Al Stridsberg (New York).


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