As I read 1923 Star-Bulletin microfilm, I've begun seeing more Aji-No-
Moto ads. None in January or February, but published about 3 or 4
times a week beginning in March. One is about Clam-Less Chowder, "an
Yes, I'm making copies of 'em. Also finding some of George Mellen's
Musa-shiya ads, which seem to appear every 2 Saturdays at this point.
This highly successful and award-winning ad campaign ran for at least 3
years, maybe longer.
Blanding, though apparently working for Charles Frazier in early 1923,
also contributed an occasional book review or poem to the S-B's books
and letters page. "Somewhere on Punchbowl Hill" shows up on March 3,
Another trip to the library on Saturday ...