PEPSI GENERATION ORAL HISTORY AND DOCUMENTATION COLLECTION, 1938-1986, #111
By Carol L. Dreyfus, 1986, and revised by Mimi Minnick, 1995.
NOTICE TO RESEARCHERS
The advertising materials and oral histories in the collections of the Center for Advertising History are available for general and scholarly research, unless specific restrictions apply. Such restrictions are noted in this finding aid.
The Archives Center makes no warranty or representation regarding fitness for publication or reproduction of the information in its public collections. All responsibility for infringement of legal authorship rights and/or copyright is assumed by the user of the materials.
Use of these materials for a commercial purpose of any kind is subject to the prior approval of the donating corporation, the Executive Director of the Center, and/or the Smithsonian Office of Product Licensing and Development.
For more information on publication or reproduction of the materials in this collection, please discuss your project with the staff of the Center for Advertising History. The Center may be able to provide you with more specific information on the acceptable uses of the collection, and/or the name of a contact person at the corporation or advertising agency.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Series 1: Research Files
Series 2: Interviewee Files
Series 3: Oral History Interviews
Series 4: Pepsi-Cola Video
Series 5: Pepsi-Cola Audio