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Transportation Ads of the 1940s

Northwest Airline’s various destinations – The short, fast route to DETROIT Non-Stop MILWAUKEE MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL (1947)
Northwest Airline’s various destinations – The short, fast route to DETROIT Non-Stop MILWAUKEE MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL (1947)
Pullman Company – The Best Cared for Wounded in the World (1945)
Pullman Company – The Best Cared for Wounded in the World (1945)
Southern Railway System – Southern Star (1947)
Southern Railway System – Southern Star (1947)
Original Studebaker Convertible Car Fishing (1948)
Original Studebaker Convertible Car Fishing (1948)
Vintagemos (1942)
Vintagemos (1942)
Union Pacific Railroad’s Vacation Travel – Where Nature Lets Off Steam...Yellowstone National Park (1946)
Union Pacific Railroad’s Vacation Travel – Where Nature Lets Off Steam...Yellowstone National Park (1946)
Waugh Ad Missouri Pacific "Eagle" (1940)
Waugh Ad Missouri Pacific "Eagle" (1940)
American Airlines Ad "Blueprint for Defense... (1941)
American Airlines Ad "Blueprint for Defense... (1941)
Transcontinental & Western Air’s Chicago, Los Angeles – TWA to Chicago, Los Angeles (1942)
Transcontinental & Western Air’s Chicago, Los Angeles – TWA to Chicago, Los Angeles (1942)
MISR Airlines – The Leader in Middle East Aviation : Passengers, Mail & Freight Air Service (1947)
MISR Airlines – The Leader in Middle East Aviation : Passengers, Mail & Freight Air Service (1947)
Flannery Bolt Ad Northern Pacific Ry 4-6-6-4 #5125 (1942)
Flannery Bolt Ad Northern Pacific Ry 4-6-6-4 #5125 (1942)
British Overseas Airways Corporation – The Non-Stop Flight that went a billion miles (1949)
British Overseas Airways Corporation – The Non-Stop Flight that went a billion miles (1949)
United Air Line’s Skiing destinations – more time to SKI! fly United TO: Aspen, Sun Valley, Alta, Timberline, Mt. Ranier, Sugar Bowl, Yosemite, New England (1948)
United Air Line’s Skiing destinations – more time to SKI! fly United TO: Aspen, Sun Valley, Alta, Timberline, Mt. Ranier, Sugar Bowl, Yosemite, New England (1948)
Columbia America’s First Bicycle Old (1946)
Columbia America’s First Bicycle Old (1946)