Some time ago, we ran a post about an unusual 1931 advertisement for Tudor City, disguised to look like a news story. Here's another installment in this stealthy series. Ominously titled 'Straphanging Declared Dangerous to Business,' it runs in the New York Herald Tribune on June 24, 1931. Its message ‒ avoiding the horrors of the subway by walking to work from Tudor City ‒ is a favorite theme of the copywriting team. At left, the newspaper page with the fake news story highlighted. Below, a blow-up version for easier readability.