“No other toothbrush has all these features!” These two ads for Tek toothbrushes are from 1947. They were illustrated by Robert George Harris.
“Candy… rich in dextrose.” These ads for various Curtiss candy date from 1947-49.
“Like magic!” These ads for Sinclair “Opaline” motor oil are from 1947. The ads had a magical theme, and featured stars of current movies.
“The amazing new radiant creme shampoo!” These ads for Prell dandruff shampoo date from 1947-49.
“Join the Regulars!” These fun black and white photo-story ads for Kellogg’s breakfast cereal All-Bran date from 1940-42.
“Back home for keeps.” This illustrated ad campaign for Community silverplate cutlery date from 1943-45.
“You need never know Hearbreak-Age!” These two ads for Inecto-With-Lustrium date from 1940.
“Chesterfield for a happy holiday!”These Christmas ads for Chesterfield cigarettes date from 1940-56.
“Thrill to the tone and beauty!” These illustrated Wurlitzer jukebox ads date from 1947-48, with artwork by Albert Dorne.
“Give American toys to American girls and boys.” This ad by The American Toy Institute is from Christmas 1949. Following the ad were three pages full of various American manufactured toys.
“Brushing puts a gleam in your hair.” These ads for Du Pont hair brushes date from 1946-48 and featured lovely ladies brushing their luxurious locks.
“Anybody can have a better figure!” These black & white illustrated ads for Jantsen girdles and panty-girdles are from 1947-50. The artwork was by Pete Hawley.
“The world’s great music…so real…so true!” These ads for various recording from Columbia Records “Masterworks” collection date from 1943-45.
“A lovelier brush for lovelier hair!” These ads for Pro-phy-lac-tic “Jewelite” hair brushes date from 1945-49.
“Show your colours!” These ads for Cannon towels date from 1946-55.
“Above all. Under all.” These black & white illustrated ads for Dove Skin Undies by Luxuray are from 1947-48.
“Lovely hair deserves fine care.” These ads for Du Pont combs date from 1946-47. Each ad featured a model with lovely long, combed hair.
“New laminating process gives you quality where it counts – on the surface!” These ads for various recording from Columbia Records “Masterworks” collection date from 1942-43.
“Inhale to your heart’s content!” These ads for Embassy cigarettes are from 1949 and featured people actually smoking, rather than just posing with an unlit cigarette.
“Old fashioned, chickeny noodle soup!” These ads for Lipton’s Noodle Soup date from 1945-46. Each ad included a meal plan idea, and recipe for one of the dishes featured.
“Wake Up and Dream!” These ads for Cannon towels, dating from 1944-46, featured an array of towel-clad ladies drying themselves off in the bathrooms of tomorrow.
“True Towel Tales” These six ads for Cannon towels date from 1943-44, illustrated by Stevan Dohanos, Fred Ludekens and James Bingham.
“Teasing as a butterfly kiss!” These ads for various Revlon makeup products date from 1943-48.
“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.