Northwestern School of Taxidermy ~ Adverts [1910-1953]

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“For fun and profit!”

These ads for Northwestern School of Taxidermy date between 1910 and 1953. They are all from Popular Mechanics magazine.


“Take common specimens like rabbits, squirrels, frogs etc., and make them into ash trays, mirrors, lamps, etc.”


“Fun! For tired business men; for older boys, too.”


“Kill fewer game-birds. Double you fun and pleasure.”



“Common specimens – even frogs, can be mounted into dandy novelties for the den.”




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