By Mark Tungate
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But the proﬁts that the advertising agencies reaped from this new market were not enough to protect them from the approaching ﬁnancial maelstrom. RUBICAM VERSUS THE DEPRESSION An image provided by the ad agency D’Arcy, of Santa Claus dressed in the red and white livery of Coca-Cola (his traditional attire from then on), was one of the only cheerful sights on the wintry streets of America in 1931. Unemployment had risen to 8 million, having doubled in a year. The Wall Street Crash of October 1929 had ripped the ﬂoor out of the US economy and sent a shudder through the entire Western world (with the shockwave hitting debt-ridden Germany particularly hard).
It was, he recalled, ‘designed to produce an immediate interview or a couple of black eyes for the writer’ (‘Leaders in Marketing’, Journal of Marketing, April 1962). Rubicam’s talent must have blazed off the page: Armstrong called him back into the ofﬁce and hired him. W. Ayer. Here, for the Steinway piano account, Rubicam hit the right note, with an ad describing the piano as ‘The Instrument of the Immortals’. R. ’ Rubicam’s closest friend at Ayer was James Orr Young, an amiable account man seven years his senior who had also moved over from the Armstrong agency.
Slowly, the big agencies were going global. This period also saw the strengthening of an industry that was to remain a reliable source of income for advertising agencies for years to From Propaganda to Soap 29 come: tobacco. J. Reynolds (Camel), Liggett & Myers (Chesterﬁeld) and American Tobacco (Lucky Strike) had been ﬁercely competing for the traditionally male market of cigarette smokers. But now they noticed that a new generation of young, liberated women was starting to smoke – even though this was still considered socially unacceptable.
Adland: A Global History of Advertising (1st Edition) by Mark Tungate