Introduced in 1959, the impish child whose blue swimsuit bottoms get pulled down by a cocker spaniel was played by a three-year-old Jodie Foster in 1965.

MAGNET Vintage Coppertone Girl Dog Tan Color Ad Ads this was cute not thought as a sexual photo, sad how things have changed

Wow! This add looks great! Love the colors.....

Retro Poster for Indian Motorcycles, 2011

A Christmas themed Wrigley's P.K. Chewing Gum advertisement from 1958. #vintage #Christmas #1950s #ads

Christmas themed Wrigley's P. Chewing Gum advertisement from 1958

Indian Motorcycles

Vintage Indian Motorcycles Advertising Posters and rare motorcycle prints

"Let’s Cook Outdoors" Sears Kenmore Barbeque Brochure saltycotton

rogerwilkerson: Let’s Cook Outdoors - detail from Sears Kenmore barbecue promotional brochure

1928 Indian Big Chief 74”

1928 Indian Big Chief 74”

1960

First choice of the people, 1960

photos of vintage motorcycles | Vintage Indian Motorcycle Dealer Advertising Poster 1918 World War 1 8 ...

Vintage Indian Motorcycle Dealer Advertising Poster 1918 World War 1 8 x 11

"Bushells. The tea of flavour," in Woman's Day and Home, 29 March 29 1954. "Housewives all over Australia know that when they buy Bushells they are buying the most delicious Tea. Good Tea is cheap because you get over 200 delicious cups from every pound of Bushells. Buy a packet to-day." The Bushells company was begun by Alfred Bushell in Queensland in 1883. By the 1950s it was the most popular Australian brand.

The tea of flavour,“ in Woman’s Day and Home, 29 March 29 “Housewives all over Australia know that when they buy Bushells they are.

Saturday, April 6, 1895. Banjo Paterson's 'Waltzing Matilda' is first sung in public.

Andrew 'Banjo' Paterson & his Waltzing Matilda.

The Australian Women's Weekly, 29 December 1954

Australian Christmas, Magazine Editor, Vintage Magazines, Vintage Posters, 1950s, Terra Australis, Australian Vintage, Aussies, Bbc News

Women's Weekly - 1955

Arnott’s Milk Arrowroot Biscuits

Women's Weekly - 1955

Hills Hoist Ad - Australian Women's Weekly, November 1956

Australian mid-century advertising

The Hills Hoist, the laundry pram, the folding chair and the Canvas shade- all part of the Aussie outdoor lifestyle increasingly popular in the - Hills Hoist Ad - Australian Women's Weekly, November 1956

Cherry Ripe

Cherry Ripe Chocalite bar, Australian Favorite(ve)

Cyclops ~ Australia.

Step through the toyshop doors and enter a world of whimsy, nostalgia and fun.

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