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See What Corporate America Looked Like in the 1970s: The Photos

Redbook Logo By Charlotte Chilton, Sarah Rense of Redbook | Slide 1 of 30: Before open floor plans and "business casual," corporate America was held to a different standard. In the 1970s, photographer Susan Ressler entered tech companies, law firms, and record labels to document the people working there and their surroundings. From stylish women and suave men in stark reception areas to space-age private offices, these photos, including many from Executive Order: Images of 1970s Corporate America, capture a different era of capitalism. Take a look back at the American workplace in the '70s.

Before open floor plans and "business casual," corporate America was held to a different standard. In the 1970s, photographer Susan Ressler entered tech companies, law firms, and record labels to document the people working there and their surroundings. From stylish women and suave men in stark reception areas to space-age private offices, these photos, including many from Executive Order: Images of 1970s Corporate America, capture a different era of capitalism. Take a look back at the American workplace in the '70s.

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