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Smaller and more convenient.. but just as safe (Mar, 1930)

Smaller and more convenient.. but just as safe

American Express Travelers Cheques have been made smaller, more compact, and less bulky. No larger than the palm of your hand, enough of this safe and worry-proof “money” for a long journey will fit daintily into a woman’s handbag, taking up no more than a compact’s worth of space. Or slide snugly into a man’s inside pocket like a card-case.

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Most credit cards are given away. You must apply for The New Money. (Mar, 1970)

Most credit cards are given away. You must apply for The New Money.

Last year, more than 15 million credit cards were given away.

We have never given away the American Express Card— The New Money. ”

On the contrary You must fill out an application and, if you qualify, you must pay an annual fee of $15. Even success-full men like New York Yankee baseball President Michael Burke did it.

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Going Abroad? (Feb, 1931)

Going Abroad?

THEN WHY SHOP AROUND FOR YOUR STEAMSHIP RESERVATIONS Your steamship ticket is your admission card to the boat that carries you to foreign shores. Its reservation is your first requirement in preparing for your journey and the earlier you make it, the more your stateroom will approximate your wishes.

Many factors enter into the purchase of a steamship ticket—the line, ship, class, sailing date, speed, and, of course, the cost. Shopping around by the hazardous trial-and-error method is a waste of time and effort.

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