The Press: Picture Business

A little phrase which for a generation has been ubiquitously but impersonally part of the entire U. S. Press, last week expanded itself into a complete, interesting little news story, then subsided and became, modified inwardly but not outwardly, just the same little phrase again: "©Underwood & Underwood."

From behind the anonymity of their credit line, which appears under photographs of every conceivable nature in U. S. newspapers, magazines, textbooks, albums, the Brothers Elmer and Bert Underwood stepped out to announce that they had sold control of their firm to seven...

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