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1920s Advertising

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This week’s post is the beginning of a series of blog posts looking at vintage advertising. We are starting with advertising from the 1920s. These ads have been pulled from The Rammer Jammer, a student publication of the university from 1924 to 1956. During the 1920s, the Rammer Jammer’s target audience was young men, as evidenced by these ads.

An ad for Saks Department Store from 1924

An ad for Langrock Fine Clothes reflecting the style in 1925

An ad for Arrow Shirts featuring a stylish golfer in 1925

An ad for Lime Cola from 1925

An ad for the new Charlie Chaplin movie, "The Gold Rush," in 1926

An ad for Prince Albert tobacco from 1926

A Chevrolet ad from 1926

A Coca-Cola ad, using the same logo the company uses today, from 1927

An ad for Badham and Company Clothing, featuring another stylish golfer in 1927

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