Concord, New Hampshire: National School of Business, c1900. Printed advertisement for E.L. Glick's National School of Business, with a striking visual: an engraved reproduction of a calligraphic drawing of a horse, made almost entirely of flourishes. Aside from being the proprietor of one of the most successful business schools of the day, Glick (b.1867) was also "a penman of remarkable versatility and skill. The pages of the National Penman, the recognized organ of penmanship in America, has been adorned in successive numbers for many years with Mr. Glick's work, both in handwriting and the more ornate branches of penmanship, and many of the prizes offered by that journal for the finest work in penmanship have fallen into Mr. Glick's hands" (State Builders: An Illustrated Historical and Biographical Record of the State of New Hampshire, p. 375). Measures 9.75" by 9.5"; verso blank. Fine; letter folds.