James Webb Young Speeches and Articles, 1921-1961 | University of Illinois Archives
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Speeches and Articles of James Webb Young (1886-1973), Vice-President and Senior Consultant to the J. Walter Thompson agency (1917-1964), Director of the U.S. Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce (1939-1941), Board member of the War Advertising Council (1942-1945), and Board member (1945-1971) and first Chairman (1945-1947) of the American Advertising Council, relating to advertising, business leadership and management, World War II, advertising responsibilites, television, historical anecdotes, and business education. Also includes correspondence with Norman H. Strouse about university-level advertising curricula, including remarks on Charles H. Sandage and the University of Illinois.
Note: Speeches by Young can also be found in Advertising Council Archives RS 13/2/282, Box 1.