100 Years Of Harley-Davidson Advertising
100 Years of Harley-Davidson Advertising
This follow-up to the Harley Davidson centennial book of 2002 takes the reader through a century of Harley Davidson's witty and eye-catching print advertisements. The colourful and sometimes provocative print ads reflect the creative spirit and unique culture of Harley Davidson; the decade-by-decade presentation reveals how Harley has remained in tune with the times - and often ahead of its time - over the 20th century. From the "Gee Dad! Buy Me A Harley Davidson" campaign of the 1920s to "I Am Woman, Hear Me Roar" in the 80s, the book should entertain Harley fanatics and collectors of Americana alike.
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|Jack Supple, Thomas C. Bolfert
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