Deardorff 4×5 Triampro, Feb 40 PopPho pg. 103

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Deardorff 4×5 Triampro, Feb 40 PopPho pg. 103
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The Rosenwald Museum of Science and Industry (???)
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1934 booklet. I thought this was curious; I know philanthropist Julius Rosenwald funded this museum but didn’t want his name attached to it. According to Wikipedia, it was briefly known as the Rosenwald Industrial Museum, but changed to the MSI in 1928. I’d never seen it called this in print before.
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Acro Model R, Feb 40 PopPho pg. 75
Chicago magazine
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The advertising material inserted by a company in a magazine usually does not have a copyright notice. It is sincerely believed by the Camera-wiki members who discussed this question that the copyright notice which might appear on the magazine itself, on behalf of its publisher, does not extend to the advertisements, on which the publishing company owns no right and which would be the property of the advertising company if it wanted to claim its rights.

[1] Copyright Term and the Public Domain in the United States, 1 January 2007, by Peter B. Hirtle.

[2] Council Directive 93/98/EEC of 29 October 1993 harmonizing the term of protection of copyright and certain related rights.

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