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Transportation Ads of the 1940s

Northeast Airline’s Safety – LET’S LOOK AT THE RECORD (1947)
Northeast Airline’s Safety – LET’S LOOK AT THE RECORD (1947)
Milwaukee Road – "Howdy, neighbor!" (1945)
Milwaukee Road – "Howdy, neighbor!" (1945)
Rock Island Lines – Electronics... are workin’ on the railroad (1945)
Rock Island Lines – Electronics... are workin’ on the railroad (1945)
Union Pacific Railroad Streamliner Train (1949)
Union Pacific Railroad Streamliner Train (1949)
Ethyl Is a Trade Mark Name for Gas (1942)
Ethyl Is a Trade Mark Name for Gas (1942)
"Railroad To the Land of the Sky" Article/sou (1948)
"Railroad To the Land of the Sky" Article/sou (1948)
Greyhound – Don’t Let Down! Serve America NOW. See America Later. You’ll Enjoy It More – if you help win Victory (1945)
Greyhound – Don’t Let Down! Serve America NOW. See America Later. You’ll Enjoy It More – if you help win Victory (1945)
Greyhound’s Bus Schedules – Greyhound’s Greatly Improved Service and New Schedules Now In Effect (1945)
Greyhound’s Bus Schedules – Greyhound’s Greatly Improved Service and New Schedules Now In Effect (1945)
New Haven Railroad’s The Montrealer – Purchase Railroad and Pullman Tickets In Advance (1945)
New Haven Railroad’s The Montrealer – Purchase Railroad and Pullman Tickets In Advance (1945)
Pullman Company – The "Purple Heart Limited" (1945)
Pullman Company – The "Purple Heart Limited" (1945)
New York Central C Ad Modern Mohawks On Warpath (1943)
New York Central C Ad Modern Mohawks On Warpath (1943)
New Haven Railroad’s New coach cars – 8 Trains With The New Look... (1947)
New Haven Railroad’s New coach cars – 8 Trains With The New Look... (1947)
American Airline’s The Golden Gate – Five Star DC-6 Flagships Now, Daily to San Francisco (1947)
American Airline’s The Golden Gate – Five Star DC-6 Flagships Now, Daily to San Francisco (1947)
American Export Airline’s Transatlantic Air Service – Air News Flash Civilians May Now Fly the Atlantic (1945)
American Export Airline’s Transatlantic Air Service – Air News Flash Civilians May Now Fly the Atlantic (1945)