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Van Reid sent me these ads from the August, 1937 issue of Good Housekeeping. It is indeed quite remarkable how many ads used a comic strip format in those days, to promote everyday products. These days comics are only used … Continue reading
(from Unknown Worlds, Vol. 7, issue 2 – not my scan)
An advertisment from Good Housekeeping, june 1931. (Thanks, Van)
This article appeared in Cosmopolitan, in april 1957. Courtesy the One That Is Not Mentioned Or Rather Is, But Only Anonymously.
Sure to be tender, because they have no skins ! (From vintage ads. Thanks, Mr. Beaverhousen !)
Girl problems in 1965. (from vintage ads)
A rare full-page advertising comic, from the 1930’s (June 27, 1938, to be exact). (Thanks, Van)