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1959 7-UP advertisement

GENERAL Better Highballs - This vintage ad for appeared in Sports Illustrated Magazine on January page

1943 ad for Lux dish detergent

1943 ad for Lux dish detergent.

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Here's What Would Happen If 1950s Fashion Models Were Still Around Today

Dan Holcomb: General Tire Ads (1943-1945)  National Geographic; Saturday Evening Post.  Successful illustrator throughout the late 1930s with national ad campaigns for General Tire, Royal Cravats, Mazda Lamps, Listerine, Etiquet. Covers for Collier’s, American Weekly Saturday Home, Liberty; interior art for Sunday Pictorial Review, Tower Radio Magazine. By the 1950s, his commercial illustration career is over. Also known as D B Holcomb, he signed his work with his last name or simply “H.”

Pinned both for the darling mid-century illustrations, as well as for this stylish gal's wonderful gingham, polka dot, and navy blue ensemble.

1942 Ad - Old Gold Cigarettes - 'Something new has been added!'

Back in the "olden days", tobacco companies created marketing campaigns like this.in an attempt to make their product seem healthy, family-friendly and to CAPTUR.

West Coast Lumber Ad 1957    Scanned from Better Homes and Gardens magazine, February 1957 issue

West Coast Lumber Ad 1957 Scanned from Better Homes and Gardens magazine, February 1957 issue

Vintage Ads That Would Definitely Be Banned Today

Crazy Old Days: Examples of Vintage Advertising, That Would Be Banned Today « Curious Eggs Curious Eggs

Favor 'Em With Candy Bars From Mars by The Pie Shops, via Flickr

Milky Way must have been the favorite Mars candy bar. A Forever Yours is a Milky Way with dark chocolate. Favor 'Em With Candy Bars From Mars.

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