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Saturday, February 21, 2015
When advertisers in newspapers knew where to draw the line
Looking through 1971 numbers of The New York Times, I'm struck by three things:
How much page real estate was taken up by ads in those days.
How much of the ad space was bought by the major department stores, the retailers, rather than the brands themselves.
How most of the ads were illustrated rather than photographic.
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