A unique, huge scrapbook representing an early television advertising agency and their work for clients. Among the clients are Alfred Dunhill, American Red Cross, Click Magazine, Tintex, U.S. Army Ordnance, U.S. Army Chemical Warfare, the WAC, MECHANIX ILLUSTRATED and Esquire. This is an archeological discovery of the earliest ages of television, perhaps the earliest at a nationwide attempt, doubtless based in New York. The scrapbook contains 38 pages with photos and background on each and every client that the company represented. This is quite an extraordinary, huge archive of the earliest age of television advertising. Overall near mint.