Jan 23, 2022

The Stuff of Legends: A Daughter's Take on the Woman Who Transformed Advertising in the 1960s (Kindle Single)

The Stuff of Legends: A Daughter's Take on the Woman Who Transformed Advertising in the 1960s (Kindle Single) By {author, ☆ The Stuff of Legends: A Daughter's Take on the Woman Who Transformed Advertising in the 1960s (Kindle Single) ´ Alix Nelson-Frick ☆ The Stuff of Legends: A Daughter's Take on the Woman Who Transformed Advertising in the 1960s (Kindle Single) ´ Alix Nelson-Frick - The Stuff of Legends: A Daughter's Take on the Woman Who Transformed Advertising in the 1960s (Kindle Single), The Stuff of Legends A Daughters Take on the Woman Who Transformed Advertising in the s Kindle Single She broke through glass ceilings Stood up to Suits who ruled the ad world Strong willed and talented she wassays very likely the model for the character Peggy Olson on Mad Men Now the daughter of th

  • Publication date‏:‎ February 23, 2011
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 89 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Not Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 20 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Enabled

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The Stuff of Legends: A Daughter's Take on the Woman Who Transformed Advertising in the 1960s (Kindle Single)

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The Stuff of Legends: A Daughter's Take on the Woman Who Transformed Advertising in the 1960s (Kindle Single)

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  1. Alix Nelson Frick s essay on her family s disposal of her mother s things after her mother s passing is wise and beautiful The fact that her mother was a ground breaking advertizing professional who came into her own in the early 60s she compares her to Peggy Olson of MAD MEN adds poignancy to her story Her mother, Shirley Polykoff, who wrote some of Clairol s most memorable ads, was fully invested in the aspirational mission of her industry She collected high and low art, haute and bas fashion, [...]


  2. So glad to stumble across this nostalgic and encouraging book I m 63, and my very much alive and well mother is 87 Both of us have homes full of stuff that s really only important to us, and that doesn t include my long gone grandmother s home, which is still intact and untouched for 22 years, next door to my mother s house Who is going to go through all this stuff My kids don t want my belongings any than I want my mother s and she her mother s.At least this book has started me thinking about i [...]


  3. I loved this Ms Nelson Frick has created a thought provoking and humorous but loving portrait of a woman who evoked many memories of a 1950s 60s woman Regardless of socioeconomic status many women were other referented, their worth dependent on what others thought of and about them, their homes, families, and the appearance of it all Because I am now in the position of having moved my own mother to assisted living and have had to disburse her possessions without her input I was so struck by Nels [...]


  4. Having recently lost my mother, I found this book comforting My brothers and I went thru many similar circumstances with the cleaning out, selling and disposing of the treasured items accumulated in her home of 56 years The decisions not to want things that meant so much to another is a difficult process Redistributing or disposing of drawers of pictures, school projects and newspaper clippings becomes a daunting task, not to mention the knick knacks, clothes, etc The author approached this with [...]


  5. The author is the daughter of a very accomplished mother Her mom road the wave of her past successes right up to the end And the author has a pitch perfect voice as she writes this story Not a false note anywhere.


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