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No matter, after losing his job at Vanity Fair, my father went back to The Sun to sell more ads.Somehow, he and his family got through the depression years and survived physically and financially through that terrible period. “Suddenly,” my father said, “everyone had a job and the depression was over! After the war, my father and his three brothers started an advertising agency which they named Huber Hoge and Sons.In 1929, the whole family had moved to a very nice and very large house in Scarsdale, New York.Two years later, the depression forced my grandfather to close his advertising agency and the whole family had to move out of the big house in Scarsdale and come back to the city to find someplace to stay.
These same fellows, not content with bleeding to death, wore hair shirts in an effort to increase itching and to cleanse their souls while fleas bit their flesh and gave them the plague.
Apparently, my father was fairly successful in this, even though he drew no actual salary and lived only on commissions.
It seemed that the newspaper liked my father, and so he moved up to selling display ads.
He was an early subscriber to Alfred Stieglitz’s magazine, Camera Work.
Photography was becoming an important part of advertising in those early days of marketing and my grandfather felt he had to follow the latest trends.