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Transportation Ads of the 1950s

Chevrolet Truck Fleet (1955)
Chevrolet Truck Fleet (1955)
Pennsylvania Railroad’s Pittsburgh – Everyday you can select from a complete range of accommodations on the 9 Great Trains that assure you a smooth, comfortable, dependable trip to Pittsb (1952)
Pennsylvania Railroad’s Pittsburgh – Everyday you can select from a complete range of accommodations on the 9 Great Trains that assure you a smooth, comfortable, dependable trip to Pittsb (1952)
Bower Roller Bearings, Melbourne Brindle (1954)
Bower Roller Bearings, Melbourne Brindle (1954)
Air France’s Christmas in Mexico, New Year’s in Miami – Take a sophisticated holiday (1954)
Air France’s Christmas in Mexico, New Year’s in Miami – Take a sophisticated holiday (1954)
Canadian National Railways – "Take a Technicolor Vacation in Canada’s Provinces By the Sea" (1950)
Canadian National Railways – "Take a Technicolor Vacation in Canada’s Provinces By the Sea" (1950)
Norfolk & Western Railway (1959)
Norfolk & Western Railway (1959)
Evinrude Outboard Boat Motors 2 months vacation play (1959)
Evinrude Outboard Boat Motors 2 months vacation play (1959)
National Airline’s Star – JOIN THE STARS WHO FLY THE STAR (1951)
National Airline’s Star – JOIN THE STARS WHO FLY THE STAR (1951)
"New 72-mile Rail System" Article/sunny Point, Nc (1955)
"New 72-mile Rail System" Article/sunny Point, Nc (1955)
Johnson Sea Horse Outboard Boat Water Skiing (1958)
Johnson Sea Horse Outboard Boat Water Skiing (1958)
KLM Royal Dutch Airline’s Royal Super Constellation – Fly KLM_First With The Finest (1953)
KLM Royal Dutch Airline’s Royal Super Constellation – Fly KLM_First With The Finest (1953)
Kathanode Battery Case – General American Transportation Corp. (1952)
Kathanode Battery Case – General American Transportation Corp. (1952)
Champion Spark Plug Ferrari Car Alberto Ascari (1953)
Champion Spark Plug Ferrari Car Alberto Ascari (1953)
Union Pacific Railroad’s Streamliners – when the question is..."What’s my Line?" (1952)
Union Pacific Railroad’s Streamliners – when the question is..."What’s my Line?" (1952)