National Geographic : 1914 Feb
C LL works of tastemust l bearapriceinpropor lion to the skill,time, expense andrisk attendingtheirinven tion andmanufacture.CThose things called dearare,when justly estimated,the cheapest. cThey are attendedwith much less profit to the artistthan those which everybody calls cheap. c l disposition for cheapness and notfor excellence of worhmanship is the mostfrequent andcer tain cause of the decay and destructionofartsandmanu facture. - SRUSKIN SacardIIIII 2-38 Coupe Clsk /c man who owns one PACKARD "MOTOR- CAR- COMPANY- DETROIT 1i "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."