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THE CURTU BU1LD1NO.
OPPOSITE INDEPENDENCE HALL
To- the Convention Delegates and their Wives
, I HE Curtis Publishing Company has mailed to the members of the
JL Associated Advertising Clubs personal invitations to visit the Curtis Build
. ing while in Philadelphia during the week of the Advertising Convention. tf5V :,,
That invitation is repeated here to the delegates and cordially extended to
their wives and friends who may accompany them.
.', .:. .. While the men are at work on the business of the Convention, their ladies
will find it an interesting and instructive experience to learn how a great
national periodical is published. They will be made welcome in the home
of v The Ladies' Home Journal, The Saturday Evening Post and The
Country Gentleman the largest publishing plant in the country.
Guides will 'meet them, escort them through the Curtis Building, and ex
: plain the activities of the departments and the mysteries of the machinery
that produce 500,000 complete publications every day.
,".. They -will point out many beautiful objects of art, including the twenty
original paintings by Maxfield Parrish and "The Dream Garden."
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77;e Curtis Building is at 6th and Walnut Streets, facing Independetice
Sq'uarei It may be reached by cars going east on Chestnut Street.
The Curtis Publishing Company
s Independence Scniare, Philadelphia
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The, Ladies Home Journal .$ The Saturday Evening Post The Country Gentleman ', -
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