1936 Ad Kimberly-Clark Kleerfect Paper | Printing Press


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This 1936 vintage ad for Kimberly-Clark Kleerfect Printing Paper has a color art illustration by P.J. Mayfield of men working a large printing press with the headline, “Thin what happens to Paper WHEN THE PRESSES START TO ROAR“.

Year Published: 1936
Approximate overall size – inches: 10.5 x 13
Artist: P.J. Mayfield
Grade: Excellent

“The murmur of straining rolls rises to a roar as the presses start the paper on its journey from the reel. The whole building vibrates. Heavy lead type molds lick across the surface of the paper. Metal color blocks strike at it with split second regularity. And then it is the paper must stand the test.”

This is a 85 yr. old original vintage ad removed from a 1936 publication and is not a reproduction of any kind.