Advertisements of the 1960's

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Title

Advertisements of the 1960's

Subject

Advertisements printed during the 1960's

Description

Advertisements of the 1960's were very different than they are now. Advertising cigarettes and alcohol was considered normal and subjects they were advertising have become outdated in todays society.

Creator

Joey Liebowitz

Source

Hofstra University Special Collections

Publisher

Joey Liebowitz

Date

1960's

Contributor

Hofstra University Special Collections

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Language

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Type

Advertisements

Identifier

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Coverage

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Items in the Advertisements of the 1960's Collection

Playbill: The Birthday Party
An actual copy of the Playbill from when The Birthday Party was in production

The Saturday Review
The Saturday Review is a magazine during the Pinter era and we want to give the public a view of what magazines and other publications were like during this time

Tareyton 100's Cigarette Ad
Tareyton 100's are advertised on the back of The Saturday Review

Broadway's Best Original Cast Recordings
Examples of advertisements during the 1960's and the Pinter era. In the bottom right corner you will notice an advertisement for alcohol which was very normal during this time.

An advertisement for two new Thunderbird cars during 1968. The advertisement gives a description of how cool they are and it is printed in color which isn't common for the time.