Once again, we turn to the dead ends of our blog research, the items that don't merit enough interest to deserve a full post, yet too good to pass by. Here are three ads for your inspection.
Hahne & Co., a department store in Newark, ran this advertisement on November 26, 1928. Copywriter unknown.
Advertisement by the National Terra Cotta Society that appeared in the Architectural Forum for September, 1930. The fine print reads Detail, Tudor City, New York, N.Y. Fred F. French Co., Architects.
From the Fred F. French Company comes this ad that ran in the Herald Tribune on October 23, 1928. "Why not live where you aren't put through the meat chopper twice a day?"