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Transportation Ads of the 1940s

Studebaker Flying Fortress (1943)
Studebaker Flying Fortress (1943)
Union Pacific Railroad’s Vacation/Business Travel – California hangs out the welcome sign (1946)
Union Pacific Railroad’s Vacation/Business Travel – California hangs out the welcome sign (1946)
American Airline’s Europe – Europe nearest by air... nicest by American (1949)
American Airline’s Europe – Europe nearest by air... nicest by American (1949)
Sabena Belgian Airline’s Belgium – Plan Now To Visit Belgium (1947)
Sabena Belgian Airline’s Belgium – Plan Now To Visit Belgium (1947)
United Air Lines – United Air Lines has flown 10 million passengers 5 billion passenger miles (1948)
United Air Lines – United Air Lines has flown 10 million passengers 5 billion passenger miles (1948)
Eastern Air Line’s Constellation – Eastern’s New-Type Constellation 19.1% More Power... Power is Dependability (1949)
Eastern Air Line’s Constellation – Eastern’s New-Type Constellation 19.1% More Power... Power is Dependability (1949)
GM Locomotive Train Railroad Vintage Art (1946)
GM Locomotive Train Railroad Vintage Art (1946)
Divco Delivery Trucks for Your Business (1941)
Divco Delivery Trucks for Your Business (1941)
Braniff Airway’s Safety – OVER ONE BILLION Passenger Miles With Complete Safety (1948)
Braniff Airway’s Safety – OVER ONE BILLION Passenger Miles With Complete Safety (1948)
General Squeegee Tire Elegant Couple (1948)
General Squeegee Tire Elegant Couple (1948)
Trans World Airline’s low fares – Now’s The Bargain Time To Visit Europe (1949)
Trans World Airline’s low fares – Now’s The Bargain Time To Visit Europe (1949)
Boston and Maine Railroad’s plant expansion – "...And Worn With The Correct Sock Combination" (1945)
Boston and Maine Railroad’s plant expansion – "...And Worn With The Correct Sock Combination" (1945)
Original Oldsmobile Blue Car Ad Gm Hydra-matic (1948)
Original Oldsmobile Blue Car Ad Gm Hydra-matic (1948)
Pan American Grace Airway’s DC-4’s – now... DC-4’s (1946)
Pan American Grace Airway’s DC-4’s – now... DC-4’s (1946)