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Advertising -- United States

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View Resource William F. Eisner Museum of Advertising & Design

The British novelist George Norman Douglas once remarked, "You can tell the ideals of a nation through its advertisements". With that spirit in mind, the Scout Report turns its pointer to the website for the William F. Eisner Museum of Advertising & Design in Milwaukee. The late Mr. Eisner had a long and distinguished career in the world of advertising, and his widow, Elaine Eisner, was compelled...
View Resource R.C. Maxwell Company Records, 1904-1990s and undated

Outdoor advertising in the United States has been going on for well over 300 years, and one can find curious and compelling examples on just about any roadway or other venue. This remarkable digital collection from the Duke University Libraries brings together over 10,000 images from the R.C. Maxwell Company. Started in 1894, the company was in business until 2000, when it was sold. During its...
View Resource Advertising Age

Advertising Age is one of the most well-known advertising industry publications, and their website is an important place for those interested in the industry, whether they be new to the field or whether they have decades of experience. Along the top of the homepage, visitors will find nine different sections, including Global News, Hispanic Marketing, and Digital. Each of these sections features...