Fast Chat: Jane Maas

Agency vet discusses her new book on the lives of '60s 'Mad Women'

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Jane Maas would like to be counted among the founding mothers of advertising. A copywriter who started at Ogilvy & Mather in the 1960s, she rose to be a creative director before going on to top creative positions at shops including Wells Rich Greene, where she worked on the famous “I Love New York” state tourism campaign.

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