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1968    
   
1- Mexico City Olymics stamps: Lance Wyman/Peter Murdoch and Associates
 
     
  2- John Wanamaker newspaper ad: in-house
     
1- Wool Mark trademark: Francesco Saroglia
 
     
  2- Esquire magazine cover. George Lois
     
1- Los Angeles County Human Relations Commission news-paper ad “Is your neighborhood all-white or all-American?”: Chiat/Day
 
     
  2- CBS News “Black History” series newspaper ad: Lou Dorfsman

 

   
  1968 Politics e culture  
May ‘68: student riots in France
Martin Luther King Jr. assassinated
Czechoslovakia invaded
Mexico City Olympics
2001: A space Odyssey, Stanley Kubrick
Robert F. Kennedy assassinated
1969  
   
1- West magazine: Mike Salisbury
 
     
  2- Direction Sports print ad: Chiat/Day
     
1- ITC Avant Garde gothic: Herb Lubalin/Tom Carnase
 
     
  2- The National Urban Coalition (The Advertising Council) Various celebrities and Hair cast members sing “Let the Sunshine in” TV commercial: Ketchum, MacLeod & Grove, agency; MPO Videootronics, production company
     
1- Friends of the Earth “Memo to the Fur Industry” trade ad: Freeman, Man der & Gossage
 
     
  2- Vietnam War protest poster: Art Workers Coalition

 

   
 
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  1969 Politics e culture  
Saturday Evening Post folds after 148 years
U.S. troops first withdrawn from Vietnam
Mary Georgene Berg Wells Lawrence making $225,000/year, highest salary for a woman in the world
NAB Code Authority lifts ban on advertising of feminine hygiene sprays and powders
Vidifont introduced by CBS Television; one of first electronically generated type for TV
Apollo 11- Neil Armstrong first man on the moon
Public Broadcasting Service begins
First Concorde flight
Richard Nixon becomes president
Woodstoch
France: DeGaulle resigns, Pompidou elected
Libya: Khadafi takes power
Tate-Labianca murders; Manson arrested
News reports of the My Lay massacre
Chappaquiddick
1970  
   
1- United California Bank “Best tellers in town” TV commercial: Doyle Dane Bernbach, agency; Richards & Myers, production company
 
     
  2- Alka-Seltzer “Mama Mia” TV commercial: Doyle Dane Bernbach, agency; Zieff Films, production company
     
1- The Push Pin Style: published by Communication Arts
 
     
  2- Herman Miller’s Sweet Corn Festival poster: Stephen Frykholm/Philip Mitchell
     
1- American Airlines poster: Fred Troller Associates
 
     
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Bell System “bell” trademark: Saul Bass & Associates

 

   
 
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1970 Politics e culture  
Solzhenitsyn wins Nobel Prize for literature
War in Vietnam spreads to Laos and Cambodia
Chile: Allende elected
DeGaulle dies
Kent State Massacre
     
     
   

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