Chicago: The Pryor Press, 1929.
Unbound. A small archive of material from a Chicago printer advertising their usefulness in the production of football posters, as follows:
1. *Football Posters*. One large leaf folded to 4" x 9" consisting of 18pp. Printed in color. Displaying their "All-American Line" of football posters, illustrating multiple poster designs with the header "Highly Colored Football Posters Prominently Displayed Will Increase Attendance." Scuff on one leaf where it might have been affixed in an album, else near fine.
2. Confidential Price List for Printers. Printed in red and black on one side of an 8" x 10½" leaf. Old folds, probably as issued, else fine. Also offers prices for printing football tickets, programs, windshield stickers, and megaphones.
3. Football order blank. Printed in red on one side of a 5½" x 9¼" leaf. Old folds, probably as issued, else fine. Also offers spaces to order football tickets, programs, windshield stickers, and megaphones.
4. Sample program. One leaf folded to make four pages measuring 6" x 9". Printed on the cover only, with an illustration of a cheerleader with a blank space on the barrel of his megaphone (presumably where information on specific games would be printed). Old folds, probably as issued, else fine.
A modest but pleasing little archive about the promotion of football games.