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Dodger President Walter O’Malley was featured in two prominent advertisements. The first was an endorsement for the Brooklyn Eagle in 1953 in which O’Malley commented “The importance of the Eagle to the success of the Dodgers is incalculable.” A likeness of O’Malley was illustrated by Arnold Allen. O’Malley later appeared in the Sept. 5, 1960 issue of Newsweek in an advertisement for the state-of-the-art Kodak Verifax Bantam Copier at $99.50. Also shown in the ad was Jeanne Grammatico, an administrative assistant in the Dodger Front Office.




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