These adverts for Galey & Lord are all from Sports Illustrated, with clothes aimed specifically towards that audience. The quarter-page, black and white illustrations were mainly created by artist Al Moore.
Galey & Lord were a division of Burlington Industries, creating fabrics for the clothing industry.
The logo took on a more hand-written look in 1961.
A new font was used for the logo towards the end of the year, but swiftly reverted back the following.
Ads all had a full black frame from 1965.
The full black frame became flowed into an enlarged logo towards the end of 1967.
The ads became long half-page sized towards the end of the year.