More ads for teens (see also introductory page for
teenage advertising): Are
you in the know?
(Kotex napkins and Quest napkin powder, 1948,
you in the know?
(Kotex napkins, 1953, U.S.A.), Are you in the know? (Kotex napkins and belts,
1964, U.S.A.), Freedom
(1990, Germany), Kotex (1992, U.S.A.), Pursettes (1974, U.S.A.), Pursettes (1974, U.S.A.), Saba (1975, Denmark)
More ads for teens: See
a Modess True or False?
ad in The American Girl magazine, January 1947,
and actress Carol Lynley
in "How Shall I Tell My Daughter" booklet ad
(1955) - Modess . . . .
because ads (many dates). Freedom (1990, Germany), Kotex (1992, U.S.A.), Pursettes (1974, U.S.A.), Pursettes (1974, U.S.A.), Saba (1975, Denmark)
MUSEUM OF MENSTRUATION AND WOMEN'S HEALTH
Ad for Kotex sanitary napkins,
U.S.A., 1942, magazine unknown)
Has the Iraq war changed menstrual
products advertising? I don't think
so. But World War II changed Kotex
advertising just as it affected radio
programs in the early 1940s (I just
listened to the Great Gildersleeve
pitch war bonds to fight the Nazis).
The word blackout gives away the war
and the volunteer theme might also
refer to it. But for sure the ad ran
See the booklet "As
Girl To Another," advertised in
the text. The ad measures 8.0 x 11.5"
(20.4 x 29.1 cm).
The boy shows effort - look at his
hair and tilt of the eyebrows - but
the girl is composed. Of course! She
The artist signed his name near the
outer leg of the chair: Irving Nurick
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