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Transportation Ads of the 1950s

American Airlines – "American Airlines, Inc. carries more passengers than any other airline in the world." (1950)
American Airlines – "American Airlines, Inc. carries more passengers than any other airline in the world." (1950)
The Car Buick Lesabre Red Convertible (1959)
The Car Buick Lesabre Red Convertible (1959)
Us&s Ad Bessemer & Lake Erie Railroad C.t.c. (1957)
Us&s Ad Bessemer & Lake Erie Railroad C.t.c. (1957)
Western Pacific – "Don’t follow in Dad’s footsteps, Junior" W. P. Freight Claims Agent warns son (1954)
Western Pacific – "Don’t follow in Dad’s footsteps, Junior" W. P. Freight Claims Agent warns son (1954)
American Airlines – All Flights Operating DC-6 Blue Ribbon Aircoach Service (1954)
American Airlines – All Flights Operating DC-6 Blue Ribbon Aircoach Service (1954)
Grace Line Santa Rosa Cruise Ship Deck (1952)
Grace Line Santa Rosa Cruise Ship Deck (1952)
British European Airways – In Europe, Fly BEA most Americans do (1951)
British European Airways – In Europe, Fly BEA most Americans do (1951)
British Overseas Airways Corporation’s Nassau – LOW COST "PACKAGE" VACATION With Air Travel to Nassau (1951)
British Overseas Airways Corporation’s Nassau – LOW COST "PACKAGE" VACATION With Air Travel to Nassau (1951)
"Ic...protectio (1952)
"Ic...protectio (1952)
Ford Trucks – 6 Cents a Mile – Sold (1951)
Ford Trucks – 6 Cents a Mile – Sold (1951)
Northeast Airline’s Boston – The FRIENDLY way to BOSTON is with NORTHEAST Airlines (1952)
Northeast Airline’s Boston – The FRIENDLY way to BOSTON is with NORTHEAST Airlines (1952)
Braniff International Airway’s Braniff – now... to 64 key cities and South America, it’s Braniff (1952)
Braniff International Airway’s Braniff – now... to 64 key cities and South America, it’s Braniff (1952)
SwissAir’s Switzerland – Fly the precision route Direct to Switzerland (1950)
SwissAir’s Switzerland – Fly the precision route Direct to Switzerland (1950)
Canadian Pacific – By land, by sea, by air...Canadian Pacific spans the world (1953)
Canadian Pacific – By land, by sea, by air...Canadian Pacific spans the world (1953)