A while back, I asked the Forum for advice on design libraries/museums which might want a catalog from a 1953 Akron Art Institute design exhibit -- the exhibit was in conjunction with a magazine called Living for Young Homemakers and the goal was to showcase designers under 35, not yet nationally established.
A couple of people expressed interest in seeing the catalog posted on DA. I finally got it scanned, and here it is.
FYI, and for the search engines, the designers, with location and the name of his/her/their business, where given:
Brenda and Weston Anderson, Anderson Pottery, Cuyahoga Falls, OH; Douglas Bennett, Douglas Bennett Designs, Seattle, WA; Robert Crutchfield and Clark Gist, Santa Rose, CA; PJ Duenas; Robert Martin Engelbrecht, Ft Lee, NJ; Marjorie Feldstein, Paint Pot Originals, Mattapan, MA; David Gil, Cooperative Design, Bennington, VT; Nuiko Haramaki, San Francisco, CA; R.H. Hartman; Helen Frick Jones and Howard Jones, Jonz and Frick, New Orleans, LA; Elenor and Henry Kluck. Elanhank Fabrics, Chicago, IL; Archie Kaplan, New Dimensions Furniture, New York, NY; Jane and Gordon Martz, Veersburg, IN; John Lynch, New York, NY; Robert M McCartney, McCartney-Long; San Francisco, CA; Ronald Hayes Pearson, Rochester, NY; Helen Pope, St. Louis, MO, Arden Riddle, Arden Riddle Furniture Design, Copley, OH; Clyde Sparks, Mobile Makers, San Francisco, CA; Lorene Spencer, Seattle, WA; William O Steinmetz, Baltimore, MD; Gene Tepper, Tepper-Meyer, Inc., San Franciso, CA;
Arthur Umanoff, Post Modern Ltd, New York, NY; Katherine and Burton Wilson, Wilson Studios, Austin, TX; Esther and Gross Wood, Gross Wood and Co.; San Francisco, CA.
Catalog has an introduction by the Art Insitute's Director, George D. Culler, and an afterward by Design Curator Luke Lietzke.