1958 Good Packaging Yearbook company profile of Landor Associates
Graphic designer and founder of an influential corporate image consultancy
Walter Landor aboard theKlamath, the retired ferryboat that became the Landor Associates headquarters in the 1960s.
Draft of Lazarsfeld's Grant Application to Rockefeller, c. 1932
Rockefeller Foundation letter of introduction
Sociologist and expert in media and market research
Request for a letter of recommendation
Breuer's plans to immigrate to the U.S.
Sibyl Moholy-Nagy on the uncertain future of the Institute of Design/New Bauhaus
Social psychologist working on group dynamics and "field theory"
Kurt Lewin, n.d.
Loewy on marketing the Renault 5 in the United States
Early industrial design professional
Raymond Loewy with Robert Bourke in South Bend, Indiana, 1953
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