Staff Meeting Minutes, 1927-1952.

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J. Walter Thompson Company. Staff Meeting Minutes, 1927-1952.

Staff Meeting Minutes, 1927-1952.

Primarily minutes of meetings held in the New York offices including Representatives meetings, 1927-1932; Creative Organization meetings, 1936-1938; JWT Forum, 1936-1938; Monday evening meetings, 1930; and Men's and Women's Apprentice Group, 1936-1938. Also includes minutes from the Chicago Office JWT Junior Forum, 1951-1952. Speakers at the various meetings included Clarence Darrow, Edward Steichen, Margaret Bourke White, and company members Stanley B. Resor, John B. Watson, William L. Day, William C. Esty, and others.

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