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Heyworth Campbell trained in a newspaper as an office boy and then in the art department. In 1906 he went to New York and was assistant to Ray Brown on Everybody's Magazine. In 1910 he was art director for Condé Nast working on Vogue, Vanity Fair and House and Garden. In 1927 he moved to advertising work for Barton, Durstine and Osborn. He started his own firm in 1929 and his clients included Dodge Publishing Co. (Body Beautiful, Children In Action), Good Housekeeping, Lucien de Long, Lederle Laboratories and Butterick.

May 1936

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