other oddities & comedies:
Never in America:
Ad with talking
tampons compared with penises
Tampons "For the
Woman of Charm"
Anne, named for Anne Frank of diary
Anna menstrual sponge:
the inventor's wife's name was on each
user's lips, according to her grandson.
See also Ads for
menstrual hygiene companies made for girls,
women and teachers - patent
medicine - a list
of books and articles about menstruation
which fold down the center to make
measure 8 1/4 x 6" (21 x 15.4 cm).
It comes out of the box folded
twice more to
fit inside. The right-hand side is
the front, the left the back.
The other side of the sheet. The first two
drawings closely resemble
drawings for the odd (Swiss?)
(compare here) which makes me
believe the same company made
both tampons - and the
seem to be the contemporary
Tampax. Did Tampax make them
or did another company rip them
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