Papers, 1922-1976, of E.P.H. James, an advertising and public relations executive instrumental in the establishment of advertising policy for radio and television. The collection includes correspondence, speeches and writings, and a variety of advertising material, the bulk of which relates to James' employment by the National Broadcasting Company (1927-1941) as sales and promotion manager; the Mutual Broadcasting System (1946-1949) as vice-president in charge of advertising, promotion, and research; and the A.C. Nielsen Company as vice-president in charge of new services (1954-1971). Very little documentation relates to his work for the Corning Glass Works, the Grand Central Aircraft Company, or KVOA-TV, Tucson, Arizona.
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