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McCallum Hosiery, 1922 on Flickr.

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https://www.flickr.com/photos/gatochy/5332626204/in/set-72157618355222756/
“McCallum Silk Hosiery
You just know she wears them
Somewhere in the McCallum line is precisely the silk stocking you want. Numbers 105 - 113 - 122 - 199 in black, and 152 - 153 - 199 in colors are the most popular, and can be found in the best shops. You have confidence in wearing silk stockings with a name you are proud to tell your friends.”
Scanned from Taschen’s "All-American Ads of the 20s".

McCallum Hosiery, 1922 on Flickr.

Click image for 1386 x 1806 size.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/gatochy/5332626204/in/set-72157618355222756/

“McCallum Silk Hosiery

You just know she wears them

Somewhere in the McCallum line is precisely the silk stocking you want. Numbers 105 - 113 - 122 - 199 in black, and 152 - 153 - 199 in colors are the most popular, and can be found in the best shops. You have confidence in wearing silk stockings with a name you are proud to tell your friends.”

Scanned from Taschen’s "All-American Ads of the 20s".

Filed under 1920s fashion american

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Alcoa Aluminum on Flickr.

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https://www.flickr.com/photos/gatochy/2393085657/in/set-72157600023730540/
Scanned from Taschen’s All-American Ads of the 50s.
“Hors d’oeuvre tree with arrangeable components, Salad service and electric casseroles, all of aluminum, designed for the Alcoa collection by Don Wallace. Photographed by Becker Horowitz.
Forecast: There’s a world of aluminum in the wonderful world of tomorrow… where the loveliest pieces on your festive table will be aluminum… gay and colorful aluminum… anodized, or porcelainized, or brushed to satiny richness… aluminum tableware so versatile you will cook in it, serve in it, and create table arrangements as original as a Gauguin canvas. Aluminum Company of America, Pittsburgh.
Alcoa Aluminum”

Alcoa Aluminum on Flickr.

Click image for 716 x 1000 size.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/gatochy/2393085657/in/set-72157600023730540/

Scanned from Taschen’s All-American Ads of the 50s.

“Hors d’oeuvre tree with arrangeable components, Salad service and electric casseroles, all of aluminum, designed for the Alcoa collection by Don Wallace. Photographed by Becker Horowitz.

Forecast: There’s a world of aluminum in the wonderful world of tomorrow… where the loveliest pieces on your festive table will be aluminum… gay and colorful aluminum… anodized, or porcelainized, or brushed to satiny richness… aluminum tableware so versatile you will cook in it, serve in it, and create table arrangements as original as a Gauguin canvas. Aluminum Company of America, Pittsburgh.

Alcoa Aluminum”

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