[Image: Three men and a woman sitting in a car, in blck and white, over half a page or so of copy.]
Advertisement for Paige: The Most Beautiful Car in America. From Milady Beatiful, January 1919.
[image: advertisement for a hairpiece, showing a wiggly hank of hair floating in the middle of the page.]
Advertisement for The “Pompadour Wave,” from William R. Strehl, Importer of Human Hair. From Milady Beautiful, January 1919.
~ Egg-O-See ad, 1907
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“If you do not see EGG-O-SEE for EVERY meal, you should at least make it the LAW OF THE BREAKFAST TABLE”
[image: a poster for a silent film version of Quo Vadis? showing a young man making a threatening gesture at an older, bearded man, over what appear to be the ruins of a building]
[image: an ad for James W. Bell, Son & Co., Gentlemen’s Tailors, showing men garbed appropriately for a variety of sporting activities. Well, mostly golf.]
[image: an ad for Prudential Insurance showing a couple of Roman soldiers pointing at the rock of Gibraltar. In color!]