Reverse side has an ad for Capitol Boilers.

mindmappingthelikes: “ 1921 Chiclets Gum ad by my-blue-heaven on Flickr. Cost per person was 1,750 francs. Apple iPad Pro 128GB, Wi-Fi + Cellular (VERIZON), 12.9in - Gold | Computers/Tablets & Networking, Tablets & eBook Readers | eBay! Leaving Marseille, France August 20, 1928 and visiting Spain, Morroco, Portugal and Algeria. David Sarnoff, steadfast advocate for the concept of broadcast, takes the credit for being the one to make radio a part of American culture. Here are 40 ads from the 1920’s that reveal a nation intent on sprinting into the future: The 1920’s were a strange time full of wacky fads, and too much trust in unproven science.

$3,801 to $6,000. One comes up to the illustration area but would be covered by framing. The nation was intent on having fun; a jazz obsession swept the nation, and prohibition did little to dampen the national spirit. The nation was looking forward, and was brimming with optimism and confidence. Ads from this time period are actively sought by collectors because of their distinctive look. January 23rd 1920 The Dutch refuse to turn over German Emperor and King of Prussia, Wilhelm II to allies. Factories that had been used years before to create tanks and airplanes were put to good use pumping out automobiles for a populace eager to spend and put the conservatism of the previous decade behind them. The book is avaibale to purchase now. Magnets not included.

The Radiola premiered in 1922 and sold for a hefty $75, a price that, with a little financial discipline, every American middle class citizen could afford. January 17th 1920 Marks the first day of Prohibition coming into effect in the US due to the 18th amendment. What better time to learn an instrument or light up some cigarettes and hit the town? Candy was everywhere, and it was healthy too! The newspaper industry, of course, considered radio to be a nuisance.

Competing tabloids included Joseph Medill Patterson's The New York Daily News, William Randolph Hearst's The New York Daily Mirror, and Bernarr Macfadden's New York Evening Graphic, also known as the "Porno-Graphic." Advertisement from 1926 for the merger of Daimler and Benz. Saws were sold as instruments (why work? Advertisers were beginning to figure out what worked and what didn’t, and their enthusiastic ad copy would attempt to sway even the most incredulous purchasers. Vintage Medicine Ads of the 1920s (Page 3). July 1920 McCalls Magazine, Art Deco 1920s Advertisements, early 20th century American Life, A Shot In the Night, Good Condition, Collectible This edition has so many phenomenal Art Deco and more advertisements! Ad for the Violet Ray, from Renulife, published in the July, 1920 issue of EVERYDAY ENGINEERING. Every gallery's images are © by their original company or artist. Good vintage condition. As radio broadcasting continues to experience a boom, one of the high moments of advertising in the 1920s was the establishment of American Telephone & Telegraph Company (WEAF) New York, a station established as a “toll station”. Classy film posters, hand painted and elegant, advertised the newest films to hit the big screen. Breakthroughs in science were so common, that ads gleefully espousing the healing and restorative properties of expensive soaps were everywhere.

Here are 40 ads from the 1920’s that reveal a nation intent on sprinting into the future: (Images via daylife, kitchen retro, saw lady, ibiblio, harpguitars) The 1920’s were a strange time full of wacky fads, and too much trust in unproven science.

High fashion was huge in the 1920’s, with European looks sweeping the nation.

su Carrera de cartelero comenzo en 1900 hasta 1930. Though the model suffered a bit set back at first. State of the art office equipment, and the predecessors to the modern television were pouring off the shelves. Es considerado uno de los renovadores del cartel en Francia.

Es considerado "el Padre de la publicidad" moderna. Men tried to look dapper but remain comfortable, and society as a whole seemed to have a dress code. Flash.

Article by Marc, filed under Baby Ruth bars were meant to be cut up like a delicacy, and their packaging touted its healthful benefits: “Rich in dextrose, the sugar your body uses directly for energy.”. World War I was over, and scientific inquiry and noble pursuits would propel the United States into a idyllic future. Advertisers were beginning to figure out what worked and what didn’t, and their enthusiastic ad copy would attempt to sway even the most …

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Contratto (Blue) - Cappiello, Leonetto, 1925. Vintage Clothes/ Fashion Ads of the 1920s (Page 10).

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