[New York: New York Stock Exchange, 1952]. Brochure for the film. 9 x 12" single white leaf printed on both sides in black and orange and folded twice to make tri-fold brochure advertising the John Sutherland Productions film short that let's you "Take a Technicolor Trip to Market," illustrated with cartoon "stills" from the 12-minute animated film directed by Carl Urbano, who later became a long-time animation director at Hanna-Barbera. According to Ron Hall's article, "The Lost Cartoons of Carl Urbano," on Cartoon Research website: Industrial films were produced by major industries and distributed, often for free, as propaganda films to promote their product, such as "A is for Atom" [also directed by Urbana] about our "friend" atomic energy. In the 1950s and ‘60s, the films were shown at sales conventions, given to libraries to loan out, to schools for educational purposes, to TV stations for filler, and were sometimes even shown in movie theaters. Together with 7.5 x 9" eight-page (including covers) stapled black-and-white brochure, "The Nation's Market Place: New York Stock Exchange," profusely illustrated with pictures. Presumably the two were handed out tegother. Near fine.