This is an ad for Prestige Nylons, 1957.
Allens sweets, 1957
Eartha Kitt on the cover of Jet, May 1953.
Front and back. Vintage Froot Loops
Community Silverware advertisement, 1953
Illustration by Jon Whitcomb
Art by B Armstrong
Go Volkswagen, 1957
Ivy Day, 1931. Photo of Elizabeth Cutter Morrow.
Caption on the back reads:
Mrs. Morrow carries the banner. With more than 2,000 alumnae taking part in the festivities, Smith College celebrated class day at Northampton, Mass. The planting of the Ivy and the carrying of the Ivy chain, time honored ceremonies, were features of the day. In this photo, Mrs. Dwight D. Morrow, wife of the Senator from New Jersey, is shown as she marched in one of the processions carrying the banner “What the Stylish Grandmother wears”…6-13-1931. Elizabeth Cutter Morrow, born Elizabeth Reeve Cutter (1873 – January 24, 1955) was an American poet in the early 20th century, and became the first female head of Smith College, acting as college president from 1939 to 1940 (though she was never officially granted the title). She was the wife of U.S. Senator Dwight Morrow, and the mother of four children, including Anne Morrow Lindbergh, distinguished American author and wife of aviation pioneer Charles Lindbergh.
“It began as innocent fun”