The District of Columbia Paper Manufacturing Company produced their own papers in their mill in Washington D.C., where "in addition to making [their] own rag pulp, [they] also produced [their] own chemical wood pulp, thus having complete control over these raw materials."
The following are some examples of the designers work, including information about their particular paper choices for their designs.
Cover design for Women’s Wear by Mary McKinnon, printed at the Marchbanks Press. Reproduced on Green Executive Cover, Light Weight.
Cover design for Hotel Prospectus by W.A. Dwiggins, printed by McGrath-Sherrill Press. Reproduced on White Executive Cover, Heavy Weight.
Cover design for Children’s Wear by Lucille Patterson Marsh, printed by Norman T.A. Munder. Reproduced on Gray White House Cover, Light Weight.
Cover design for Automobile Catalogue by Edward A. Wilson, printed by Norman T.A. Munder. Reproduced on Terra Cotta National Cover, Light Weight.
Cover design for Sporting Goods Catalogue by George J. Illian, printed at the Printing House of William Edwin Rudge.