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Mary Wells Lawrence is a pioneer twice-over: a woman in the world of business in the mid-20th century, and an innovator in the field of advertising. In her memoir, "A Big Life" (in advertising) (Knopf), she recalls the glamour, excitement, and frenzy of her years heading her own ad company.
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