35 Politically Incorrect Historic Advertisements That Will Make You Cringe
35 Politically Incorrect Historic Advertisements That Will Make You Cringe

35 Politically Incorrect Historic Advertisements That Will Make You Cringe

Jacob Miller - June 28, 2018

35 Politically Incorrect Historic Advertisements That Will Make You Cringe
Pan American Airways advertisement showing the locations of U.S. soldiers engaged in battles across the world. Published in the Saturday Evening Post, 1941 Duke Library
35 Politically Incorrect Historic Advertisements That Will Make You Cringe
Pioneer Zephyr Transcontinental diesel-powered trains advertisement in Cosmopolitan Magazine, 1944. Duke Library
35 Politically Incorrect Historic Advertisements That Will Make You Cringe
Proctor & Gamble Co. advertisement for Ivory Soap Published in Times Newspaper, 1942. Duke Library
35 Politically Incorrect Historic Advertisements That Will Make You Cringe
Proctor & Gamble Co. Advertisement in Dorothy Hope Smith Magazine for Ivory Soap, published 1927. Duke Library
35 Politically Incorrect Historic Advertisements That Will Make You Cringe
Pullman Train Company magazine advertisement published in Collier’s, 1952. Duke Library
35 Politically Incorrect Historic Advertisements That Will Make You Cringe
Sentinel’s Electric or Battery Portable Radio advertisement in the Saturday Evening Post, 1947. Duke Library
35 Politically Incorrect Historic Advertisements That Will Make You Cringe
“For 59 years known for quality in everything electrical – now Radio” Graybar advertisement published in the Saturday Evening Post, 1928. Duke Library
35 Politically Incorrect Historic Advertisements That Will Make You Cringe
“The chipped teacup of the Patriotic Mrs. Jones” The War Advertising Council advertising Anti-Inflation methods and frugality, published in Vogue Magazine, 1944. Duke Library

 

35 Politically Incorrect Historic Advertisements That Will Make You Cringe
Why America wins Olympics Lever Brothers Company advertisement for Lifebuoy Health Soap published in Ladies’ Home Journal magazine, 1925. Duke Library
35 Politically Incorrect Historic Advertisements That Will Make You Cringe
Sentinel’s Electric or Battery Portable Radio advertisement in the Saturday Evening Post, 1947. Duke Library
35 Politically Incorrect Historic Advertisements That Will Make You Cringe
A Wife Can Blame Herself If She Loses Love By Getting Middle-Age Skin Palmolive Company advertisement for Palmolive Soap published in the New York Times, 1938. Duke Library
35 Politically Incorrect Historic Advertisements That Will Make You Cringe
Advertisement for the Santa Fe System Lines published in the Saturday Evening Post, 1952. Duke Library
35 Politically Incorrect Historic Advertisements That Will Make You Cringe
Charles of the Ritz advertisement for Revenescence Skin Cream published in Vogue Magazine, 1950. Duke Library
35 Politically Incorrect Historic Advertisements That Will Make You Cringe
Coty, Inc advertisement for Coty Tanning products published in the New Yorker Magazine, 1929. Duke Library
35 Politically Incorrect Historic Advertisements That Will Make You Cringe
Lever Brothers Company advertisement for Pepsodent tooth paste published in Look Magazine, 1952. Duke Library
35 Politically Incorrect Historic Advertisements That Will Make You Cringe
Narragansett Electric Co. advertisement for Fat and Grease published in the Providence Bulletin Newspaper, 1943. Duke Library
35 Politically Incorrect Historic Advertisements That Will Make You Cringe
Our Government Says- Don’t Waste Food Visking Corporation food advertisement published in Ladies’ Home Journal magazine, 1943. Duke Library
35 Politically Incorrect Historic Advertisements That Will Make You Cringe
Says Elizabeth Arden–“Begin your care of the skin with correct care of the body” Elizabeth Arden advertisement for Exercise and Skin Treatment, published in the New York Times, 1925. Duke Library
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