Flip through the Mad Men Season 4 scrapbook for a look at significant objects featured in the show.

Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce letterhead.
Photo by Michael Yarish

Sally's letter to Santa c/o Don Draper from Episode 2.
Photo by Michael Yarish

Don's Christmas card to Allison from Episode 2.
Photo by Michael Yarish

Glen's lanyard, left on Sally's pillow, from Episode 2.
Photo by Michael Yarish

The caricature sketch Joey gives to Allison in Episode 2.
Photo by Michael Yarish

The note mistakenly sent from Lane to Joan in Episode 3.
Photo by Michael Yarish

The apology to Allison that Don starts to type in Episode 4.
Photo by Michael Yarish

The newspaper Roger reads at the beginning of Episode 5.
Photo by Michael Yarish

The check Don writes to the Honda executives after withdrawing from the competition in Episode 5.
Photo by Michael Yarish

The Highlights magazine Sally reads in the waiting room for Dr. Edna in Episode 5.
Photo by Michael Yarish

The ad for Heller's Luxury Furs that catches Roger Sterling's eye in Episode 6.
Photo by Michael Yarish

The Play-Doh ad that Don encloses in the box with Roger's fur in Episode 6.
Photo by Michael Yarish

The Clio statuette won by Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce for their Glo Coat commercial in Episode 6.
Photo by Michael Yarish

The business cards Duck sends to Peggy in Episode 7.
Photo by Michael Yarish

The Forum of the Twelve Caesars menu from Episode 7.
Photo by Michael Yarish

The painting Peggy and Don sit next to at the diner in Episode 7.
Photo by Michael Yarish

The Daily News paper with headline announcing the result of the Clay-Liston fight in Episode 7.
Photo by Michael Yarish

The lewd cartoon Joey draws of Joan and Lane in Episode 8.
Photo by Michael Yarish

A bottle of Mountain Dew from Episode 8.
Photo by Michael Yarish

Miss Blankenship's cataract glasses from Episode 9.
Photo by Michael Yarish

The pizza delivery box Don and Sally order in Episode 9.
Photo by Michael Yarish

The rum bottle Sally mistakes for Mrs. Butterworth's and pours over French toast in Episode 9.
Photo by Michael Yarish

Lane's Playboy club key from Episode 10.
Photo by Michael Yarish

The note Bert Cooper reads to Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce staff in Episode 11.
Photo by Michael Yarish

Roger Sterling's memoirs from Episode 11.
Photo by Michael Yarish

Glen's "practice" football helmet from Episode 12.
Photo by Michael Yarish

Midge's painting, entitled "Number 4," that Don purchases in Episode 12.
Photo by Michael Yarish

Don's letter to the New York Times from Episode 12.
Photo by Michael Yarish

Anna's engagement ring from Episode 13.
Photo by Michael Yarish

Map of Disneyland from Episode 13.
Photo by Michael Yarish

Flip through the Mad Men scrapbook for a look at significant objects featured in the show.
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