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Welcome to prhistorywiki.org:  the PRimary source

a clearinghouse for PR history sources by and for the public relations community

 


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The International History of Public Relations Conference

July 6-7, 2011

Organized by the Centre for Public Communication Research

The Media School, Bournemouth University, Poole, England


 

 

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