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Pendleton

Forged from Native American partnerships in 1909 and known for their distinctive wool blankets and colorfully-patterned plaid shirts, Pendleton has long defined Pacific Northwest design. Portland designers who worked for Pendleton in the 1960s and 1970s — mostly on their advertising — enjoyed destination photoshoots and mingling with supermodels.

 

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Pendleton ads designed in 1967 by Tom Lincoln while at Portland ad agency, Botsford, Constantine, McCarty. Left: a photoshoot at Pendleton’s Vancouver, Washington manufacturing plant. Right: Pendleton ad with Cheryl Tiegs on right.


Pendleton ads designed in 1967 by Tom Lincoln while at Portland ad agency, Botsford, Constantine, McCarty.



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