"Hot Off the Press," GE Monogram, October 1954

Title

"Hot Off the Press," GE Monogram, October 1954

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Description

Article about the success of the General Electric comic book program and other educational booklets.

Transcript:

Hot Off the Press

For 37,000 science teachers and the same
number of social studies teachers, two new
G·E booklets, "The Story of the Turbine"
and "General Electric's Answer to Four
Why's" have been prepared by Public
Relations.

From the requests currently pouring in
for additional copies, it is predicted that
over 350,000 " Turbine" and over 400,000
"Why's" will be distributed before December
15 to high school students. The four
"Why's" are:
Why stick to your studies?
Why work?
Why study English?
Why read?

Another booklet on "Why Study Math?,"
"Why Look Into Engineering?" and "Why
Study Science?" will be off the presses in
November. The booklets are available from
Dept. M., Bldg. 2, Room 117, Schenectady.

G.E.'s famed series of comic books
(Adventures Inside the Atom, et al) is best·
selling in Europe now, too. Reprints (trans-
lated where necessary), are appearing in
magazines or newspapers in Denmark,
France, New Zealand, Finland, Brazil, Italy,
and Norway. G.E. donated reproductions
to UNESCO for distribution in Europe.

Creator

General Electric Company

Source

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Publisher

General Electric Company

Date

1954-10

Contributor

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Format

Magazine

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Type

Magazine

Identifier

Pages 10-11

Coverage

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