Lot 17 of 478:
American Art Deco-style color graphics, including pictograph map, 1929-1934  

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$200 - $300

3 imprints with American Art Deco-style color graphics, including pictograph map, 1929-1934







  • American Automobile Association. Promotional advertising brochure for the new AAA magazine, Holiday “The complete story of an amazing new magazine is set forth for members of the Advertising Profession”. 16pp.  1929-1930. Brightly illustrated with color caricatures.
  • “Souvenir of Closing Day at The Swift Bridge of Service / A Century of Progress [Chicago] / October 31, 1934”. Fold out brochure, with 12 x 18” (unfolded) pictograph-type map of the exposition as front covers.
  • Dinner Menu, Blackhawk Restaurant, Chicago. With comic double-page (10 x 15”) deco illustration in red and black, signed Edouarde. Imprint dated 1942, but illustration probably done much earlier.

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