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” “…and I was just standing there holding this fish when he walked in…” ”

Nationals Return Us 100% On Our Investments! (Ad from 1952.) (We had one in our office, got a number in and could not get it out because no one was sure how to work the thing in 1963. Finally, accidentally removed that number. lol)

Nationals Return Us On Our Investments! (Ad from (We had one in our office, got a number in and could not get it out because no one was sure how to work the thing in Finally, accidentally removed that number.

"You may be a girl with a light in your eye ... with the conquest of a Career in your mind. You may be a girl who's saving her pennies for the accessories of a vine-covered cottage ... But you're a girl in an office." The Perfect Secretary (1950)

with the conquest of a Career in your mind. You may be a girl who's saving her pennies for the accessories of a vine-covered cottage ." The Perfect Secretary

It was a very big deal in 1963 when Kodak released their Instamatic camera which had a snap-in cartridge rather than spooled film.

Kodak Instamatic 104 Camera ad complete with flash cubes and Kodacolor 126 cartridge film. My first camera was one of these!

1951- File Photo Digital Archive on Flickr.

1951- File Photo Digital Archive on Flickr.

Vintage Pendleton Ad with a view towards Spring. Would like this now. Where are all the nice day dresses? Too cocktail or office-y.

“I Wonder If Mr. Fieldcrest Is Married?”: New Yorker Ads from the “Mad Men” Era

IBM typewriter advertisement, 1953. Look at how technology has changed!

"What girl wouldnt prefer a job that includes an IBM Electric Typewriter?" Maybe we'll have to get a few of these for the Kuno Content team

This full-page newspaper advertisement announces the opening of the new enlarged Christchurch bakery of Ernest Adams in 1935. The small print announces that the bakery manages its own poultry farm, producing 25,000 eggs each week.

This full-page newspaper advertisement announces the opening of the new enlarged Christchurch bakery of Ernest Adams in The small print announces that the bakery manages its own poultry farm, producing eggs each week.

It's Better With Cream

The good old days, when you were allowed to just pour cream in your cereal and coffee. Not milk, not fat-free half and half, not skim.

Joe De Mers

The way he is gripping that tie, it gives me the feeling he wants to wrap it around her neck. This painting illustrated the story "Who Killed Miss X" in the Saturday Evening Post in March

Robert Meyers

This painting was with the story "The Magnificent Phony, Part in the Saturday Evening Post in June

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