The Voice of Business: Hill & Knowlton and Postwar Public Relations
In 1933, John W. Hill opened the New York office of what would become the most important public relations agency in history: Hill & Knowlton, Inc. By 1959, the firm had a payroll of 250 employees around the world and was ranked as the best in its business
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