Pan Am History Design Identity

Author: M. C. Huhne
Publisher: Callisto Publishers Gmbh
ISBN: 9783981655056
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Each segment of the book includes photographs that complement the text and reflect the atmosphere of the time, followed by a selection of promotional materials such as brochures, posters, advertisements and other items that a passenger may ...

Designing Pan America

Author: Robert Alexander González
Publisher: University of Texas Press
ISBN: 0292723253
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The two competition programs established the design parameters that Kelsey
and the Pan-American Union decided upon and to which participants were asked
to respond. An examination of Kelsey's role in ... The Columbus Memorial
Lighthouse's history chronicles how the ideology of Pan-American identity was
used to frame and negotiate tensions between the U.S. and Latin American
states dating from the second decade of the 1900s. Architectural monuments
have served as ...

Absent Aviators

Author: Donna Bridges
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 131718601X
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Hudson, K. and Pettifer, J., 1979. Diamonds in the Sky: A Social History of Air
Travel. ... Metamorphosis: From 'nice girls' to 'nice bitches': Resisting patriarchal
articulations of professional identity. Gender, Work & Organization ... Remarks on
the officers of the Samoan Clipper, funeral services, 24 January, Pan American
Airways Collection 361, Box 29/11. Miami, FL: Otto Richter Library, University of
Miami. Lovegrove, K., 2000. Airline. Identity, Design and Culture. New York:
teNeues ...

Brand Bible

Author: Debbie Millman
Publisher: Rockport Publishers
ISBN: 1610581989
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Prior to the introduction of 747s, Pan Am planes represented the height of luxury.
... The stewardesses—multilin— gual, educated, youthful, and slim—bec ame
one ofthe more glamorous attractions offlying Pan Am. Even as the company
moved from expensive flights that only the wealthy could afford to flights for the
masses, it maintained this aspect ofthe ... modified version ofthe original logo,
and the new Helvetica— infused system would be relegated to the annals of
design history.

Greed Is Good And Other Fables

Author: Tony Osborne
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 0313385750
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Keep your eyes on the flag and your nose to the grindstone, kid, while those who
rule the country pick it apart, corporation by corporation— like they did Pan
American World Airways. PAN AM: AN AMERICAN TRAGEDY By the time Oliver
Stone had finished Wall Street, Pan American World Airways had been picked
clean—from the inside. Although Pan Am officially ceased operations in 1991, by
1986, nothing was left of history's most glamorous airline but its name and
carcass, an all ...

Transport Design

Author: Gregory Votolato
Publisher: Reaktion Books
ISBN: 9781861893291
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A Travel History Gregory Votolato ... Among the carriers who first flew the 707,
Pan American Airways made perhaps the most ambitious effort to refine the
plane's design as part of a wider corporate identity. The airline engaged the
architect Edward Larrabee Barnes to plan a complete overhaul of its corporate
image, including the design of its logo, graphics, the livery of planes and ground
vehicles, and, most importantly here, the interiors of the 707, whose introduction
initiated the ...

Constructing Image Identity And Place

Author: Alison K. Hoagland
Publisher: Univ. of Tennessee Press
ISBN: 9781572332195
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Richard Hofstadter, The Progressive Movement, 1900-1915 (Englewood Cliffs,
N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1963), 1-15; Marchand, Creating the Corporate Soul, 7-47;
Daniel Rodgers, "In Search of Progressivism," Reviews in American History 10,
no. ... Gazette Press, 1919); Nelson, Managers and Workers, 22; Trip through
Schenectady Works of the General Electric Company by Members of the First
Pan American Congress of Journalists, April 24, 1926, pamphlet, Hall of
Electrical History. 29.

A History Of Architecture And Urbanism In The Americas

Author: Clare Cardinal-Pett
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317431251
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Pan-Americanism emerges as one of modernity's signature—and visible—
ideological formations.3 The competition for the Pan American Union Building in
1907, unlike that of the later Palace of Nations, was restricted to residents of the
USA—in part to please Andrew Carnegie, who provided most of the funding for
the project. While many had hoped John Carrère would be appointed to design
the building because of his Brazilian roots, Carnegie favored competitions
because “he felt ...

Gardens And Cultural Change

Author: Michel Conan
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 9780884023302
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Five authors explore the variety of relationships between garden making and cultural change in Argentina, the Caribbean, Mexico, and the United States.