The Reeses, William’s Talc, 1919 on Flickr.
From Taschen’s "All-American Ads 1900-1919". Click image for 1000 x 1504 size.
"For the bath, talc powder is almost as essential as soap. The silken touch of Williams’ Talc, the delicate flower-fragrance that it imparts, are necessary to the fullest sense of delightful, cleanly comfort. And you can use it freely, for there is a more generous quantity in the Williams’ can - quality considered - than you get of any other powder. The hinged-top - opened or closed with a slight push of the thumb - prevents leakage and waste, and makes it very convenient to use.
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Williams’ Talc Powder
What is your favorite perfume in talc? Williams’ has five - Violet, Carnation, English Lilac, Matinée and Rose - also Baby Talc. Send 4c in stamps for sample of any of these, to The J. B. Williams Company, Glastonbury, Conn”