Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on May 30, 1976 · Page 39
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 39

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, May 30, 1976
Page 39
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Guette-Mul, Sunday, May 30,197C GET YOUR SPECIAL EDITION OF THE SUNDAY GAZETTE-MAIL JUNE 20,1976 \ i - ?Ybur Sunday Gazette-Mail will be looking backward intolhistory during this nation's Bicentennial year. We will take a look at western Virginia in 1776 in a series of articles by John Morgan. We will include a portfolio of portraits by Taylor Jones--"All The Men Presidents." We will print a cover page by Julius de Gruyter of the water front and city scape of Charleston as it appeared 100 years ago. A series of articles by Ann Haas, will the history of the Kanawha Valley. All this adds up to a great reading package for you on Sunday, June 20. An edition you'll want to read and review. Be sure to get your copy. · for home delivery call 348-5151 f -- .1776 *|876 *1976 * FREEDOM TRAIN Business People- Reflect your firm's image and growth in your Ad in the Sunday Gazette-Mail Your firm, whether large or small, new or established should be represented in this edition. The publication will be seen by more than 300,000 readers who will be looking to see what part your firm, company or industry is playing to build a bigger and better America. The section will be printed on the most modern equipment using Goss Metro Offset presses which provide the very finest quality reproduction available. Be sure to get your advertising message in the publication that will do you the most good. After all, you're an important part of American history. Use the Gazette-Mail's Art Layout Service: Give us a call. Our professional art and layout department will provide you with layout ideas and copy at no cost or obligation. PhtM your advertising sales representative 348-4860 "' «

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