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Transportation Ads of the 1940s

Shell Gasoline & Oil Thereby Hangs a Tale (1942)
Shell Gasoline & Oil Thereby Hangs a Tale (1942)
Simoniz Liquid Kleener (1945)
Simoniz Liquid Kleener (1945)
Studebaker Flying Fortress (1944)
Studebaker Flying Fortress (1944)
Trans World Airline’s American destinations – America is only Hours away (1947)
Trans World Airline’s American destinations – America is only Hours away (1947)
Alcoa Steamship Company’s Alcoa – Every day is play day on an Alcoa ship in the Caribbean (1947)
Alcoa Steamship Company’s Alcoa – Every day is play day on an Alcoa ship in the Caribbean (1947)
White Truck Ad Barclay Inc. (1941)
White Truck Ad Barclay Inc. (1941)
Pennsylvania Railroad’s Coast-to-coast travel – Running Times Coast-To-Coast Through Sleeping Car Service Cut As Much As 14 Hours Starting June 1 (1946)
Pennsylvania Railroad’s Coast-to-coast travel – Running Times Coast-To-Coast Through Sleeping Car Service Cut As Much As 14 Hours Starting June 1 (1946)
"Same Oil I Use" Pennzoil Car Oil (1942)
"Same Oil I Use" Pennzoil Car Oil (1942)
British European Airway’s BEA – Fly BEA. Change at Britain for Europe. (1947)
British European Airway’s BEA – Fly BEA. Change at Britain for Europe. (1947)
Santa Fe Trailway’s Chicago – California – The Santa Fe Trail America’s Path of Least Resistance to California (1945)
Santa Fe Trailway’s Chicago – California – The Santa Fe Trail America’s Path of Least Resistance to California (1945)
United Air Line’s Mainliners – "No use, boys! We’ll have to WALK! Mainliners-Mainliners, all day long!" (1946)
United Air Line’s Mainliners – "No use, boys! We’ll have to WALK! Mainliners-Mainliners, all day long!" (1946)
Canadian Pacific – "Got a Date with a Canadian Pacific Vacation" (1947)
Canadian Pacific – "Got a Date with a Canadian Pacific Vacation" (1947)
Rio’s Copacabana Beach Photo Moore-mccormack (1940)
Rio’s Copacabana Beach Photo Moore-mccormack (1940)
Transcontinental & Western Air’s Business Travel – The Businessman’s Airline (1940)
Transcontinental & Western Air’s Business Travel – The Businessman’s Airline (1940)