This is an advertisement from April, 1920, for Packard Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan. "Does it Really Cost any more to Travel First Class? – As the Man Who Owns One." I love the fashions in the picture!
The reverse side features advertising for Bankers Trust Company of New York City. The ad is for Traveler’s Cheques – "the best f... Click for details
This is a nice vintage advertisement from April, 1920, for Nabisco Sugar Wafers made by Nabisco Biscuit Company. The ad states, "For His Sweet Tooth."
The reverse side of the ad features advertising for B&B Shavaid made by Bauer & Black of Chicago, New York and Toronto. The company also made Sterile Surgical Dressings and Allied Products.... Click for details
This is an advertisement from April, 1920, for The Quaker Oats Company. The ad features Puffed Wheat, Puffed Rice and Corn Puffs cereal.
The reverse side features advertising for Kelly-Springfield Tires in the form of a cartoon. L. Fellows drew the cartoon. The scene shows a woman standing in water – trying not to ruin her shoes. She is ... Click for details
This is a double-page vintage advertisement from an October, 1956, issue of Esquire Magazine the Male Wardrobe by Worsted-Tex. The House of Worsted-Tex of New York made these clothes. The ad features the Frat Coat, Phi Beta Worsted, Varsity Coat, Stadium Topper and more.
This is a vintage advertisement from an October, 1956, issue of Esquire Magazine for Bostonian Zephyrs Men’s Shoes. These shoes were made by Commonwealth Shoe & Leather Company of Whitman, Massachusetts.
The reverse side of the page features an advertisement for Dobbs Hats. "Dobbs makes hat history with the new Top-Level." Dobbs is a Divi... Click for details
This is such a nice vintage advertisement dated April, 1945, for Bell Telephone Systems. The message, "If only swtichboards grew on trees!" It shows a U. S. Marine setting up a telephone swtichboard n an island "somewhere in the Pacific."
This type of advertising was common during World War II – a way for businesses to advertise and still... Click for details
This is such a nice vintage advertisement dated April, 1945, for Eastman Kodak Company. World War II was still raging when this ad was published. It featured Kodak Minicolor Prints – "a bit of home goes with him" – small pictures so servicemen always had a "pocketful of home."