Re: International Paper series

Subject: Re: International Paper series
From: Chris Hamilton <chamilton__ -at- YAHOO -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 25 Sep 1998 05:08:29 -0700

Go to the library and look at the old issues of _Time_ and _Newsweek_.
If you can link the ad up with an article you might remembre reading,
it might help you narow your search.



---"Gregory D. Drew" <gddrew -at- WORLDNET -dot- ATT -dot- NET> wrote:
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> Back in the early 1980s International Paper Co. ran a series of =
> advertisements in magazines such as Time and Newsweek aimed at
helping =
> the public improve communications skills. Celebreties such as Tony =
> Randall were featured (his was on ways you can improve your
vocabulary). =
> I remember these "infotisements" were quite good.
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> I am preparing to teach some writing workshops and would like toget
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> hands on some (or all) of the ads in this series because Ithink they =
> would be excellent teaching aids. A few months ago I wrote to =
> International Paper to inquire if they still had these in
theirarchives, =
> but have not heard back. Does anyone out there have any ideas on how
I =
> could possibly getthem? Perhaps some did get the set when they were =
> available and would be willing to share?
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> Many thanks,
> Greg
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> Gregory D. Drew, Principal
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