“I’m the lonesomest gob in town!” These ad’s for Colgate toothpaste date from 1943. This style continued for several years.
“Greatest catch of the season!” These ads for “Bachelor’s Carnation” lipstick and nail polish by Revlon date from 1946.
“Make dream bathrooms come true!” These ads for Cannon towels date from 1940-43. Cannon also produced sheets and hosiery.
“Should husbands help around the house?” These two ads for Swan soap date from 1946.
“America’s Finest Silverplate” These celebrity endorsed ads for 1847 Rogers Bros cutlery date from 1939-45.
“The ultimate touch…” These ads for Sendra gloves date from 1943-45.
“Revlon’s most tempting colour since Eve winked at Adam.” These ads for “Fatal Apple” lipstick and nail polish by Revlon date from 1945.
“So WONDERful, it’s fit for a Queen!” This ad campaign for Philco refrigerators date from 1948 and featured illustrated characters from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
“To a man’s heart through his hide!” These ads for the Westinghouse “Laundromat” washing machine date from 1944-45.
“The natural line is the beauty line.” These illustrated ads for Kayser gloves date from 1939-43. Kayser, similar to Van Raalte, produced gloves, stockings and lingerie.
“Every house needs Westinghouse!” These style of ad campaign for various Westinghouse kitchen electricals date from 1946-49.
“It’s you – to the last curve!” These ads for Singer Form dressmaking body moulds date from 1941-43.
“Texture of velvet!” These ads for “Pink Lightning” lipstick and nail polish by Revlon date from 1944-45.
“Hello, full-flavour cooking!” These eye-catching, black-background ads for Club Aluminum cooking pots and pans date from 1945-47.
“Always Buy Chesterfield.” These ads for Chesterfield cigarettes date from 1945-50 and featured their ABC slogan. Many of the ads featured celebrities of the time.
“Who is she?” This black & white ad campaign for DuBarry beauty preparations ran from 1947 until at least 1951.
“Mother Knows Best!” These ads for Kellogg’s of breakfast cereal variety packs date from 1949. The packs included Pep, Corn Flakes, Rice Krispies, Shredded Wheat, Corn Soya, Krumbles and Bran Flakes.
“Man, that’s not the work for a lovely wife!” These ads for “Automatic Coal Burners” by Fairbanks-Morse date from 1941.
“Way up on top in everything but price!” These illustrated ads for TruVal men’s shirts date from 1947-48. They all featured the bespectacled fox from the logo in various poses.
“And you’ll love how much it didn’t cost!” These ads for Singer Sewing Centres date from 1947-48.
“Purity, body and flavour in every glass.” This illustrated ad campaign for Ballantine ale ran from 1948-50 and each ad had the same sentence winding around a glass and bottle.
“Are Bulbsnatchers people?” These ads for G.E Lamps, produced by General Electric, date from 1946-47 and featured different celebrities of the time “bulbsnatching”!
“All men go for it!” These ads for Underwood’s “Deviled Ham” date from 1940.
“The wonder flame that cools as well as heats!” These illustrated ads for American Gas Association date from 1941-47.
“The girls who married twin brothers.” These ads for TruVal men’s shirts are all from 1947. They featured three different sets of twins.
“Samson was a sissy!” These ads for Knox Gelatine health drink are all from 1940.
“Purity. Body. Flavour” These ads for Ballantine ale date from 1947-48. They each had a description of the three rings logo and the same tag line of “America’s largest selling Ale”.
“For better sight use better light!” These black and white illustrated ads for Mazda Lamps, produced by Westinghouse, date from 1941-42. Unfortunately the artist/artists didn’t sign them so I don’t know who they are by.