Sunday on the Train to New York

From The Summer Bachelor, part of the serial, An Adman’s New York Summer© by Richard N. Anderson and Lisa Anderson

A tall, tanned young man in his early thirties, carrying soft leather Abercrombie & Fitch weekender with a squash racquet sticking out, walked up to Alan Robinson in the New London station of the Penn Central Railroad.

Breakwater “Which end is the parlor car tonight, Alan?”

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In the 1950’s Selling Stuff Was Fun

Ad men in the 1950s and 60’s were full of contradictions. They had to give the clients what they wanted. Continue reading

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