Collecting 1930s Souvenir Programs

Green, George; Green, Mary
April 1999
Antiques & Collecting Magazine;Apr99, Vol. 104 Issue 2, p58
Focuses on the collection of souvenirs programs acquired from attending various types of events in the 1930s. How all sort of events generate souvenir programs; Information on the content of souvenir programs; How souvenir programs attracted collectors; Sources of souvenir programs.


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