• Lester Beall - graphic designer Book Design for Connecticut General 1959
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  • Lester Beall's International Paper Company trademark. Initials, tree, and upper arrow combine in a mark whose fundamental simplicity - an isometric triangle in a circle - assures a timeless harmony.
  • Lester Beall, United States Lines Europe, date unknown. A great graphic designer.
  • LESTER BEALL (1903-1969) S.S. AMERICA / UNITED STATES LINES. Circa 1952.
  • PM: AN INTIMATE JOURNAL FOR ART DIRECTORS, PRODUCTION MANAGERS, AND THEIR ASSOCIATES Volume 4, No. 7: June-July 1938 The Bauhaus Tradition And The New Typography by L. Sandusky and Lester Beall
  • Lester Beall - Cross Slums Out
  • Lester Beall - Light, Rural Electrification Administration
  • Lester Beall - Letterhead
  • Scope (No 6, Vol 2, 1948) Lester Beall Scope was a US magazine for ‘the medical profession and other health workers’, designed by Lester Beall. Beall was influenced by dada and the Bauhaus, and combined photography, illustration and type from different eras to dramatic effect. Granted remarkable freedom, he would sometimes send the magazine to the printers without first seeking the management's approval
  • Lester Beall - Driver
  • International Paper identity — Lester Beall (1960)
  • Advertisement by Lester Beall
  • Lester Beall — a master
  • Lester Beall's posters for the Rural Electrification Administration
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  • Radio - Rural Electrification Administration Lester Beall (American, 1903–1969), silkscreen.
  • Container Corporation Of America - Lester Beall
  • Cover design by Lester Beall for What's New, a magazine published by Abbot Laboratories 1941