article The Lad was a well-known advertising firm founded in 1891 by John R. Ladder and William E. Ladner.
This firm, based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, became known for its photo printing and illustration services for Wal-mart stores and other stores throughout the United States.
In 1893, Ladder was a partner in the company and became its chairman.
He later sold the business to J. W. Kellogg & Co. (now Kroger) in 1904.
Today, Ladner is known for his advertising business and has produced more than 150 million prints of products and photographs for Walmarts, Sears, Toys R Us and other retailers.
In the late 1930s, Ladger began producing custom canvas prints of Walmucks products and was one of the first companies to specialize in making large-scale canvases for the American public.
In 1955, Ladson purchased the photography company he had created and renamed it, the Ladder Company.
He sold it in 1963 to an investment group led by a friend of Ladder.
The new company named the company the Lad-Man.
Today the company focuses on making high-quality, high-resolution photos of the retail and consumer products that make up the Walmills stores and many other brands in its portfolio.
The company has been around for over 50 years, having been founded in 1893 and expanded in 1955 to produce more than 250 million canvases.
In its most recent financial year, the company recorded sales of $10.7 billion, making it the most valuable retail printing company in the world.
Today, Ladon is one of four current principals of the Lad Company.
Another principal is Richard P. Jaffe, who has been in charge of the company since it began.
He is also the chairman of the board of directors.
A third principal is John D. Hodge, who is a partner at the firm and is also a board member of the group.
All four are active members of the American Association of Publishers.
In addition to being an avid collector of photographs, Ladman is an avid photographer.
He has spent many years traveling to the world of photography, collecting and exhibiting.
His photographs of the interior of Wal-marts have been used in numerous television shows and documentaries.
Ladner and his family live in an apartment in Minneapolis.