Subject: Fwd: Old and Interesting Ads and Photos
Gas prices in 1939
USPS newspaper ad from 1900
A poster from 1891 which states that women need to ‘get plump’ with
Professor Williams’ ‘Fat-Ten-U’ Foods.
Men protesting prohibition, 1925
In 1918, you could buy a home from a Sears catalog for under $1300
A man promoting himself during The Great Depression, 1930s
1958 Plymouth model and price chart
In 1898, Bayer begins mass production of heroin as a remedy for coughs and colds.
Unknown man during the Great Depression. (1932)
No Beatle Haircuts (1965)
Instructions on How to Open a New Book.
Jewish people protesting in Ellis Island against their deportation back to Germany. (1936)
Marriage Broker advertisement, 1889
Mister Merry’s play lighter toy with bubble gum cigarettes from the 1960s
The cost of living in 1938
Vintage Swanson ad featuring a variety of frozen dinners you can eat while watching TV.
Harley Davidson Mobile Booking Cage, 1920
McDonalds advertisement from 1961
They didn’t mince words on this anti-smoking sign in Illinois from 1915!
Sale on men’s suits in 1920
Just Divorced in 1934
Lucy and Desi in a Philip Morris cigarette ad, 1952
How babies traveled on airplanes in the 1960s
Inventor C.H. Gaunt wears a gas mask and tests his patented gas-proof pet shelter on a small dog in 1940
“Crash Diet” for women published by Vogue in 1977
Doctors use an x-ray machine to aid in inserting a catheter into the large blood vessel of the patient’s heart, 1947
Posing in front of Mark Twain the 1,341 years old, 331 ft tall giant Sequoia, California, 1892
The first drive-in theater in the state of California opened in Los Angeles, 1935
General Electric television ad from 1951
This 1904 Car was a Joint Venture Between Charles Rolls and Henry Royce
The Steam-Powered Stanley “Steamer”