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Transportation Ads of the 1940s

American Airlines – Timesaving Transportation and Flagship Hospitality for Only 4.5 Cents a Mile (1946)
American Airlines – Timesaving Transportation and Flagship Hospitality for Only 4.5 Cents a Mile (1946)
Vega Aircraft Ad Ventura Bomber (1943)
Vega Aircraft Ad Ventura Bomber (1943)
Boeing Flying Fortress Ad "Flight Without Wings... (1944)
Boeing Flying Fortress Ad "Flight Without Wings... (1944)
Sabena Belgian Airlines – Air Travel to Europe at its Best... (1949)
Sabena Belgian Airlines – Air Travel to Europe at its Best... (1949)
General Super Squeegee Puncture Sealing Tires (1949)
General Super Squeegee Puncture Sealing Tires (1949)
Interstate Transit Lines (Overland Greyhound) – Honorably Discharged (1945)
Interstate Transit Lines (Overland Greyhound) – Honorably Discharged (1945)
Delta Airline’s Chicago to Miami – Fly Delta’s DC-4 "Sun Tan Special" (1947)
Delta Airline’s Chicago to Miami – Fly Delta’s DC-4 "Sun Tan Special" (1947)
British Overseas Airways Corporation – As Far As Flying Goes, You Can’t Go Much Farther (1946)
British Overseas Airways Corporation – As Far As Flying Goes, You Can’t Go Much Farther (1946)
Santa Fe System Line’s Santa Fe and The Harvey Girls – Toot! Toot! -All Aboard "The Harvey Girls" are coming to town "On The Atchison, Topeka and The Santa Fe" (1946)
Santa Fe System Line’s Santa Fe and The Harvey Girls – Toot! Toot! -All Aboard "The Harvey Girls" are coming to town "On The Atchison, Topeka and The Santa Fe" (1946)
Chicago Surface Line’s Better City Transportation – Better City Transportation (1945)
Chicago Surface Line’s Better City Transportation – Better City Transportation (1945)
Columbia Bicycle "Take Time To Linger To Look" (1948)
Columbia Bicycle "Take Time To Linger To Look" (1948)
Vintageuni (1941)
Vintageuni (1941)
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad’s Diesel-Electric power – No matter which you choose today, You’ve Diesel Power all the way (1948)
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad’s Diesel-Electric power – No matter which you choose today, You’ve Diesel Power all the way (1948)