Angel-faced and rosy-cheeked, children were the spotlight of many 19nth-century advertising cards peddling an amazing array of "wholesome" wares, from medicines, soaps, and colognes to clothing and food. This charming collection of pure Americana features more than 200 full-color images that hearken ... read more
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Angel-faced and rosy-cheeked, children were the spotlight of many 19nth-century advertising cards peddling an amazing array of "wholesome" wares, from medicines, soaps, and colognes to clothing and food. This charming collection of pure Americana features more than 200 full-color images that hearken back to a delightfully innocent age of advertising.
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