I can just see the copy on this 1950s ad reading something like "when thirst strikes, reach for a cold, Dr Pepper

Dr pepper is our favourite! // I can just see the copy on this ad reading something like "when thirst strikes, reach for a cold, refreshing Dr.

The 1960s campaign for Tipalet cigarettes shows a wide-eyed beauty in low-cut top and open mouth. The cigarette acts as an extension of the man’s virility, emphasising women as passive sexual objects manipulated by men

Shocking posters in the 1950s show sexist and racist campaigns

The campaign for Tipalet cigarettes shows a wide-eyed beauty in low-cut top and open mouth. The cigarette acts as an extension of the man’s virility, emphasising women as passive sexual objects manipulated by men

1950 Dairy Queen ad featuring a classic vanilla soft serve ice cream cone.

1950 Dairy Queen ad featuring a classic vanilla soft serve ice cream cone. Many vintage advertisements.

Love the causal sweater set and pleated skirt ensemble the busy gal in this 1950s coffee ad is wearing.

Love the causal sweater set and pleated skirt ensemble this busy girl is wearing in this Kroger "Spotlight" coffee ad.

Montgomery Ward 1950s ad with Carole Brent

Looking at underlayers Montgomery Ward, Carol Brent ad. To achieve that "poodle skirt" silhouette, tulle crinolines like these were employed. As many as four or five could be worn, though one would provide a suitable improvement for "everyday" casual.

Wholly smokes where did all these kids come from!  And why is one of them 30? 1950.

Westinghouse ad- Glamorous housewife with her suited up hard working husband with their very happy kids.

1950s Housewife with daughter:  what a lovely sight . . . A mother teaching her daughter in the home how to become a lovely lady by teaching cooking skills . . . . It's so sad how many young ladies do not know how to cook any more.  Learn to cook ladies!!

Housewife with daughter: what a lovely sight . Mom and daughter sharing Christmas cooking memories. My daughter learned from her dad as well.

Advertising campaigns promoted asbestos as an indestructible ‘magic mineral’. We now know that it is a potent carcinogen

Shocking posters in the 1950s show sexist and racist campaigns

Everyone Loves Asbestos! is listed (or ranked) 5 on the list Vintage Health Ads That Actually Give Horrible Advice

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