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Transportation Ads of the 1940s

New Haven Railroad – WHY...A 43% increase in local commuter traffic in and out of New York prevents immediate return to normal conditions (1946)
New Haven Railroad – WHY...A 43% increase in local commuter traffic in and out of New York prevents immediate return to normal conditions (1946)
Macmillan Oil W F Bill Brost Los Angeles CA (1948)
Macmillan Oil W F Bill Brost Los Angeles CA (1948)
Pan American Airways System’s Flying Clipper – There Are No Distant Lands... By Flying Clipper (1941)
Pan American Airways System’s Flying Clipper – There Are No Distant Lands... By Flying Clipper (1941)
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Ad Study the Signs (1949)
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Ad Study the Signs (1949)
Industrial Aviation Ad P-38j Lightning (1944)
Industrial Aviation Ad P-38j Lightning (1944)
Colonial Airline’s Excursion Fares – Low Round Trip Excursion Rates to Montreal, Ottawa, Burlington, Rutland, and Up-State N.Y. (1947)
Colonial Airline’s Excursion Fares – Low Round Trip Excursion Rates to Montreal, Ottawa, Burlington, Rutland, and Up-State N.Y. (1947)
Braniff International Airway’s South America – Tomorrow Morning... South America! El Conquistador (1949)
Braniff International Airway’s South America – Tomorrow Morning... South America! El Conquistador (1949)
Transit Bus Sales Company’s Announcement of new Vice President – A New Service to Operators In the Midwest (1945)
Transit Bus Sales Company’s Announcement of new Vice President – A New Service to Operators In the Midwest (1945)
Western Theme Cowboy Horses Cactus General Tire (1948)
Western Theme Cowboy Horses Cactus General Tire (1948)
Sinclair Oil – 22 Languages and 66 Countries (1949)
Sinclair Oil – 22 Languages and 66 Countries (1949)
Lincoln Cosmopolitan Convertible Car (1949)
Lincoln Cosmopolitan Convertible Car (1949)
Union Pacific Railroad’s California – Romance – Adventure (1949)
Union Pacific Railroad’s California – Romance – Adventure (1949)
Ford Truck (1948)
Ford Truck (1948)
"Electric Locomotive for Piedmont & Northern" (1942)
"Electric Locomotive for Piedmont & Northern" (1942)