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Travel and Tourism Ads of the 1950s

American Airlines – The Incomparable Flagship Fleet (1954)
American Airlines – The Incomparable Flagship Fleet (1954)
American Airlines – "American Airlines, Inc. carries more passengers than any other airline in the world." (1950)
American Airlines – "American Airlines, Inc. carries more passengers than any other airline in the world." (1950)
Northwest Orient Airline’s Orient – For The First Time (1953)
Northwest Orient Airline’s Orient – For The First Time (1953)
Allegheny Airline’s Erie – The Only Direct Flights to Erie (1954)
Allegheny Airline’s Erie – The Only Direct Flights to Erie (1954)
Capital Airlines – Time Is A Girl’s Best Friend (1954)
Capital Airlines – Time Is A Girl’s Best Friend (1954)
Northeast Airlines – Serving thousands more in the great Northeast (1951)
Northeast Airlines – Serving thousands more in the great Northeast (1951)
American Airlines – American Airlines, Inc. carries more passengers than any other airlines in the world. (1952)
American Airlines – American Airlines, Inc. carries more passengers than any other airlines in the world. (1952)
British European Airways – In Europe, Fly BEA (1950)
British European Airways – In Europe, Fly BEA (1950)
Trans World Airline’s Family Half-Fare – Who pays half fare when they go by air? (1954)
Trans World Airline’s Family Half-Fare – Who pays half fare when they go by air? (1954)
Greyhound Vacation Destinations & Millers Falls Drill (1954)
Greyhound Vacation Destinations & Millers Falls Drill (1954)
Northwest Airline’s various destinations – LOWEST AIR FARES TO SEATTLE ONLY ON NORTHWEST AIRLINES OVERNIGHT AIR COACH (1951)
Northwest Airline’s various destinations – LOWEST AIR FARES TO SEATTLE ONLY ON NORTHWEST AIRLINES OVERNIGHT AIR COACH (1951)
Eastern Air Lines – Again – The Best Buy of the Year (1954)
Eastern Air Lines – Again – The Best Buy of the Year (1954)
Fishing Off El Morro Castle San Juan Pr Travel (1958)
Fishing Off El Morro Castle San Juan Pr Travel (1958)
United Air Lines – "Twenty years young!" (1950)
United Air Lines – "Twenty years young!" (1950)