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Philip Morris and Company

 Organization

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

David A. Kessler papers

 Collection
Call Number: MS 1796
Overview: The papers include speeches, office files, videotapes, and other materials that document Kessler's tenure as commissioner of the United States Food and Drug Administration, particularly his role in the campaign to regulate nicotine as a controlled substance. The collection also contains interviews of tobacco company executives, government officials, researchers, and other individuals that Kessler conducted in the course of writing his book A Question of Intent.
Dates: 1950-2000

William Van Duyn Tobacco Advertisement Collection

 Collection
Call Number: Ms Coll 20
Overview: William Van Duyn, a former smoker, collected advertisements and news articles related to tobacco, especially to cigarette smoking. These include cigarette advertisements by company and brand; other forms of tobacco advertisements including billboards (photographs taken by Van Duyn), merchandise catalogs, and sponsorship of racing; and newspaper and magazine articles and ephemera related to the anti-smoking movement and tobacco regulation and litigation.
Dates: 1898-2002