The Press: Cinderella

A group of men fidgeted on a platform in Waterloo Station, London. Trains puffed in, carriage doors flew open, a host of grinning Americans and Canadians flocked out. The fidgeters, English reception committee of the Associated Advertising Clubs of the World, sprang into action, shook hands, in every direction, loaded the grinners into a fleet of taxis, chugged off with them toward the Strand to the 20th Annual International Advertising Convention.

A reception at the Albert Hall that night, special services in Westminster next day and an inspirational meeting keynoted with "Is War Incurable?" by Fred B. Smith; and the Convention moved...

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