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Advertising--Clothing and dress

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Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Arrow Collar Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MGHL-mghl00032
Scope and Contents This collection includes published materials and ephemera relating to American illustrator J.C. Leyendecker (1874-1951). The collection is focused on Leyendecker's work for the Arrow Collar advertising campaign that took place from 1907-1931.The collection was compiled by Michael Murphy and many of the materials were used for his dissertation research. Murphy's dissertation is titled White Collared: Fashioning...

Fashion Advertising Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MGHL-mghl00006
Scope and Contents

Issues from Dressvertising, Volume Dressvertising, Knitwear Fashions, Bagvertising Weekly, Coatvertising Weekly, Footwear Fashions, Hatvertising Weekly, Lingerie Ad Clip Review, Sportswear on Parade, Tot n Teen Fashions, A Digest Dresses, Dresses in Review, and Volume Dresses in Review

Gardner Advertising Company Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MGHL-mghl00029
Scope and Contents This collection contains two scrapbooks created by the Gardner Advertising agency. The first scrapbook, labeled "Gardner Organization and Methods", contains photographs, letters, records, tear sheets, advertisements, and other materials related to the business. The scrapbook is in very fragile condition, with most items "loose" in the pages due to old, unstable adhesive. The second scrapbook contains letters of support in recognition of Gardner Advertising's 40th anniversary (1942). This...

Henry Raleigh Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MGHL-mghl00026
Scope and Contents

This collection includes original artwork and published materials in various formats by Henry Raleigh, mainly dating between 1910 and 1940.

Walt Reed Illustration Archive

 Collection
Identifier: MGHL-mghl-00019
Scope and Contents

The collection includes over 200,000 magazine tearsheets, 8000 magazines, 1200 books, and approximately 150 original works by American illustrators from the late 19th century well into the mid 20th century. Currently, the original works of art and reproductions of original art (series 1 through 5) are processed and included in this finding aid. The tearsheets, magazines, and books are still unprocessed and may not be readily available to researchers. Please call ahead.