The Press: Admen

The New York Times called them "Advertising men." The N. Y. Herald-Tribune called them "Ad" men. The N. Y. World called them Admen, thereby coining a new noun to define the "leaders of a profession essential to human existence," who assembled in international convention last week in the Academy of Music, Philadelphia.

From 14 countries they came, strong men and suave men, sputtering men and conservative men, dynamic men and diplomatic men, admen all. President Coolidge sent messages of good cheer. In the message that opened the convention, their president, C. K. Woodbridge...

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