Mountains of information can be gleamed from the pages, even if only for a chuckle. Mainly for me it takes me down memory lane when life was simple and often humorous. I especially love the ads. Does anyone remember: “Unguentine”? Did you know Greer Garson was a cook and created many recipes? And “You’ll feel lovelier with your ODO-RO-NO double circle of protection”? I’m not sure what you do with it exactly but I bet it worked wonderfully.
I’m much ridiculed about my old magazines but I find NO one comes to my house without picking one up and diligently studying each page and eventually screaming ‘my Mother had one of these’. My greatest compliment came from my husband when he asked if he could have one of my 1966 Consumer Guides to take to work for his friends to admire.
When you find them don’t pass them by. There’s a wealth of entertainment inside those pages. After all don’t we all want to know who Eddie Fisher dated after Liz dumped him?
Lately I’ve been collecting vintage clothing ads.
Lastly this little treasure was found at the bottom of a vintage hat box.
Please feel free to copy any of these ads. If you are looking for something special drop me an email and I"ll see if I can find it.
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My Vintage Cocktail on Etsy
Catseye Vintage on Ecrater
After Dark Vintage on Ruby Plaza
Catseye Vintage on Etsy
Alley Cats Vintage on Etsy
Vintage Baubles Too on TIAS
Alley Cats Vintage on Ruby Lane