1942 publication by Egbert Jacobson.
International architecture and urban planning congresses
<em>The Washington Post</em>, May 23, 1937
Measures used to gauge the state of economic affairs
<em>The Christian Science Monitor</em>, October 27, 1956
<em>The Christian Science Monitor</em>, February 15, 1963
Introducing European modernism in graphic and corporate design
This photo was taken in the summer of 1938 by Lithuanian-American artist Ben Shahn and shows boxcars stopped outside the…
<em>The New York Times,</em> December 27, 1936
When Landor Associates helped Cotton Incorporated design this logo in 1971, they aimed to show cotton as a natural, synthetic…
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