Commercial Art Vol 8, No 47, May 1930

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British Advertising at the Monza Exhibition: Commercial Art organises the great display
-And now- Modern copy – Commercial Art and the Revolution of the Word By G. H. Saxon Mills
Nectar -the porter-a new and successful character in the romance of publicity By Marcel Valotaire
Making Friends for the Hotel By Clifford Whitley
Advertising the Telephone in America By Edwin J. Stiger
The Hoarding of To-day By Cyril Sheldon
The C.A. Chronicle: Recent Productions, Views, Notes, etc.
W. S. Crawford Lid. Framed Exhibit of Booklets to be shown at the Monza Exhibition
Rex Whistler. Poster. London Museum
Victor Hicks. Booklet Cover. London from Aloft
K. Burrell of the Clement Dane Studio. Poster. Orient Line Cruises

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Commercial Art and Industry Vol 8, No 47, May 1930
Commercial Art and Industry Vol 8, No 47, May 1930
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Armin Hofmann's publicity for the Stadttheater Basel. The client, in this case, the Municipal Theater of Basel, refused to listen to narrow-minded critics, in spite of the fact that as a state-subsidized enterprise it is accountable to public opinion.

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