Category Archives: Ephemera

A former Casa Loma Hotel guest and longtime friend of the Max Campbell Building and its owners recently gave Aaron a big stack of vintage ephemera, including several historic magazines. One of our favorite treasures from this collection was a … Continue reading

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Another vintage ad, courtesy of the Aug. 31, 1935, edition of Collier’s that Aaron’s crew found while working on an old building down the street: The text reads: 3 GOOD REASONS why Ingram’s will give you better shaves 1 SOFTENS … Continue reading

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From the Aug. 31, 1935, issue of Collier’s magazine: It’s hard to see in the picture, but the text in this ad reads: Today’s starting, shifting and accelerating waste your money — if your gasoline hasn’t these Three Kinds of … Continue reading

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While working in an old gas station on Route 66 a few blocks west of the Campbell, Aaron and his crew found a bedraggled copy of Collier’s magazine dated Aug. 31, 1935. It’s a little worn — water-damaged in some … Continue reading

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