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You can learn a lot by looking back at old advertising. It’s interesting to see what used to work, what still works today, and what would never work anymore due to cultural changes. Chemcraft Atomic Atomic energy has never been … safer?   Phil A. O’Fish – 1976 McDonald’s Phil A. O’Fish is such a … Restaurant Vintage, Retro Vintage, Retro Ads, Vintage Labels, Vintage Images, Vintage Signs, Vintage Food, Vintage Cooking, Modern Retro

You can learn a lot by looking back at old advertising. It’s interesting to see what used to work, what still works today, and what would never work anymore due to cultural changes. Chemcraft Atomic Atomic energy has never been … safer? Phil A. O’Fish – 1976 McDonald’s Phil A. O’Fish is such a […]

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Lisa Hardy
The history of Tootsie Rolls, once America's favorite candy (and Tootsie Pops, too) Poster Vintage Retro, Retro Ads, Vintage Comics, Vintage Prints, 1950s Vintage, Vintage Party, 1950s Posters, Vintage Advertising Posters, Old Advertisements

The Tootsie Roll has a sweet legacy that started way back at the end of the 1800s, and continues to this day. From the early days, the unique chocolaty chewy candy was a huge favorite with kids. Find out more about them here!

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Woolworths in Levin, around 1949 by National Library NZ on The Commons, via Flickr Photo Vintage, Vintage Ads, Vintage Posters, Vintage Stores, Vintage Newspaper, Retro Ads, Old Advertisements, Adverts, Pin On

Woolworths Ltd., Woolworths, open in Levin. Bargains in all departments, ca 1949, Photolithograph 540 x 432 mm, Printed Ephemera Collection, Alexander Turnbull Library, Reference: Eph-D-RETAIL-1949-01 As the country slowly recovered from war shortages, variety stores such as Woolworth’s and McKenzie’s used this matter-of-fact format in the 1940-1950s, with individual squares clearly advertising each product with its price beside it. From a teatowel to a tumbler, from slippers to knitting…

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Betty Advertising