Ads that Put America on Wheels
Ads That Put America On Wheels By Eric Dregni & Karl Hagstrom Miller. Discover the creative history of automotive advertising from the early 1900s through today. Fully illustrated with original period advertisements revealing some of the greatest American cars and advertising campaigns of all time. Discusses the history of print advertising in relation to the evolution of the automobile and the auto industry and changing customer expectations. Sftbd., 8 1/4"x 10 5/8", 128 pgs., 40 b&w ill., 80 color.
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