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The Teeth; Their Care and Preservation

The Teeth; Their Care and Preservation

Hoyt company of Lowell Massachusetts, promoted its product Rubifoam for the Teeth through the use of trade cards during the Victorian era. These cards

1930 Vintage Uneeda Bakers Nabisco Sugar Wafers Ad

1930 Vintage Uneeda Bakers Nabisco Sugar Wafers Ad, Vintage Food Ads (Other)

“Gentlemen, I’ve called you in to take a look at this, so three great doctors can indeed confirm I’m having a movement right now.”

“Gentlemen, I’ve called you in to take a look at this, so three great doctors can indeed confirm I’m having a movement right now.

Milky Way - 19471223 Look

Milky Way - 19471223 Look

Conover Electric Dishwasher, 1931;   I didn't know they HAD electric dishwashers in the 1930's

Conover Electric Dishwasher, 1931 This is why I couldn't be Amish. Once I got a peek at an electric dishwasher, it would be "game over.

Ladies and Gentlemen, the medical profession...or maybe just the advertising one.

Wordless Wednesday - One Mixed Bag Basically, this ad suggests if you drink their wine your depression will lift. Well sure if your drunk it will go away.

Vintage Household Ads of the 1930s (Page 26)

Cannon, 1939 , originally uploaded by Gatochy . Scanned from Taschen's "All-American Ads of the .

Little Bobby's Drunk Again

Vintage book, quality reading material: "Little Bobby's Drunk Again," Book By Herbert Riddleman vintage children story book with fitting cover art

American Airlines ad from Ladies' Home Journal, December 1950

American Airlines ad from Ladies' Home Journal, December 1950

Lee - 19390513 Post

Lee - 19390513 Post

Coca-Cola Vintage Advertising - I Antique Online

Vintage Coca-Cola ad, ahhh shopped til I dropped all I need is a ice cold coca-cola

vintage_ads | Holiday Shopping List! 10 Great Gift Ideas

Bates Fabrics, 1939 , originally uploaded by Gatochy . Scanned from Taschen's "All-American Ads of the .

canned goods ad, 1934. Obviously this was before the days of delicious high fructose corn syrup and stroke-inducing salt overload!

canned goods ad, Obviously this was before the days of delicious high fructose corn syrup and stroke-inducing salt overload!

Skin Deep: Use that soap lady, or be alone the rest of your days. Good Housekeeping magazine. September, 1939.

Here's another group of vintage sexist ads collected from here and there. Need more Sexist Vintage Ads, see part I here >> Vintage Sexist Ads

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