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Travel and Tourism Ads of the 1950s

National Airline’s Miami – The Stars Fly The Star (1951)
National Airline’s Miami – The Stars Fly The Star (1951)
Hilton Hotel Ad Grand Central Terminal (1954)
Hilton Hotel Ad Grand Central Terminal (1954)
Trans-Canada Air Line’s Montreal – For Your Glorious Canadian Vacation New York Montreal 105 Minutes In Pressurized Cabins (1950)
Trans-Canada Air Line’s Montreal – For Your Glorious Canadian Vacation New York Montreal 105 Minutes In Pressurized Cabins (1950)
United Air Line’s DC-7s – See United’s new DC-7s! Open for your inspection! Sunday, May 23, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Idlewild Airport (1954)
United Air Line’s DC-7s – See United’s new DC-7s! Open for your inspection! Sunday, May 23, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Idlewild Airport (1954)
Original Frech Line Cruise Steamship Art (1955)
Original Frech Line Cruise Steamship Art (1955)
Delta Airline’s Summer Travel Values – Delta’s Bargain Basket of Summer Travel Values (1950)
Delta Airline’s Summer Travel Values – Delta’s Bargain Basket of Summer Travel Values (1950)
British Overseas Airways Corporation – Fly in Style... (1952)
British Overseas Airways Corporation – Fly in Style... (1952)
South Africa Travel – Tourist Corporation (1957)
South Africa Travel – Tourist Corporation (1957)
Mt. Ranier/grand Coulee/puget Sound Travel (1953)
Mt. Ranier/grand Coulee/puget Sound Travel (1953)
Trans World Airline’s Safety Record – TWA Salutes Safety Record of Scheduled Airlines of the United States (1950)
Trans World Airline’s Safety Record – TWA Salutes Safety Record of Scheduled Airlines of the United States (1950)
American Airline’s Airfreight – Now – Next Day Delivery to LOS ANGELES on American’s New DC-6A Airfreighters (1953)
American Airline’s Airfreight – Now – Next Day Delivery to LOS ANGELES on American’s New DC-6A Airfreighters (1953)
United Air Line’s San Francisco – Most Frequent Onestops to San Francisco (1954)
United Air Line’s San Francisco – Most Frequent Onestops to San Francisco (1954)
Trans-Canada Air Lines – "Where do they come from? Where do they go?" (1951)
Trans-Canada Air Lines – "Where do they come from? Where do they go?" (1951)
S. S. United States Cruise Ship Ad H. Vanderbilt (1955)
S. S. United States Cruise Ship Ad H. Vanderbilt (1955)