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Coca-Cola

A calendar featuring Coca-Cola history and advertisements through the years.


American Beauty

Portion of a trifold calendar with an image of an "American Beauty" and four months of the year 1915 in each portion.


Season’s Greetings

This advertisement for a dry goods shop features a small flip calendar at the bottom.


<strong>Emma Butman's Letter to her cousin from San Francisco</strong>

Emma Butman, a native of Waterville, Minnesota, wrote this lengthy letter to her cousin from San Francisco when she visited the city with her mother. Then a 23-year-old single woman, Emma waschaperoned by her mother during her travel.…


<strong>The <em>American Magazine</em> Cover, May 1923</strong>

This cover of the American Magazine, Vol. 95, No. 5, published in May 1923, features the portrayal of a raven-haired white young woman with pouty lips.


<strong><em>The Girl's Own Paper</em></strong>

The Girl's Own Paper was aBritish magazine targeting young female readers and waswidely read in America and Canada during 1880 and 1920. Its content covered a wide variety of subjects surrounding a girl's life, such as dress, reading, and exercise,…


<strong>The <em>American Magazine</em>&nbsp;cover, February 1923.&nbsp;</strong>

This cover of theAmerican Magazine, Vol. 95, No. 2, features a blonde and blue-eyed teenage girl. The plump and cherubic red cheeks highlight her young age, but her reserved smile is a sign of a respectable lady.


The American Magazine Cover, May 1923

This cover of the American Magazine, Vol. 95, No. 5, published in May 1923, features the portrayal of a raven-haired white young woman with pouty lips.


The American Magazinecover, February 1923.

This cover of theAmerican Magazine, Vol. 95, No. 2, features a blonde and blue-eyed teenage girl. The plump and cherubic red cheeks highlight her young age, but her reserved smile is a sign of a respectable lady.


The Girl's Own Paper

The Girl's Own Paper was aBritish magazine targeting young female readers and waswidely read in America and Canada during 1880 and 1920. Its content covered a wide variety of subjects surrounding a girl's life, such as dress, reading, and exercise,…