How to sell Kotex,
a page for trade
publications, probably early 1920s,
U.S.A., and "Your
Image is Your Fortune!," Modess sales-hints
booklet for stores, 1967 (U.S.A.).
See a prototype
of the first Kotex ad.
See more Kotex items: Ad 1928 (Sears and Roebuck
catalog) - Marjorie
May's Twelfth Birthday (booklet for
girls, 1928, Australian edition; there are
many links here to Kotex items) - 1920s
booklet in Spanish showing disposal method
- box from about
1969 - Preparing
for Womanhood (1920s, booklet for
girls) - "Are you in the
know?" ads (Kotex) (1949)(1953)(1964)(booklet, 1956) -
See more ads on the Ads
for Teenagers main page
THE MUSEUM OF MENSTRUATION AND WOMEN'S
brochure for retailers, U.S.A.,
'Keys' to More Profits"
I thank Tambrands, the former
maker of Tampax, for donating
this brochure of its rival to
Page 7, the inside back cover. At
the bottom a red arrow
points to a clever device.
Maybe you'd like to see what the
keys are on the left side? I
wonder why C, F, and others are
missing. What does it mean?
sell Kotex, a page for trade
publications, probably early
1920s, U.S.A., and "Your Image is
Your Fortune!," Modess
sales-hints booklet for stores,
More Kotex: Are you in
the know? (Kotex napkins
and Quest napkin powder, 1948,
for Womanhood (1920s, for
menarcheal girls); see also Directory.
Humor in advertising: Dr. White's
tampons (1987, United
panty pads for teens (1990,
Copyright Harry Finley 2007