Music: 1932 Radio

Some years have passed since printed advertising started to make handmaiden of the visual arts, since an attractive young saleswoman persuaded Arthur Rackhan to let his gnomes and gnarled trees be used to advertise Colgate's soap. Maxfield Parrish early turned his lush blues and sunlit yellows to frankly commercial account Recently American Car & Foundry used a series of Rockwell Kent's best drawings.

Radio advertising is a step or two be hind printed advertising in the way it em ploys good music. It has progressed to thi...

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