Roadside billboard mock-up produced by the Cunningham and Walsh advertising company for Texaco, mid-1950s Cunningham and Walsh, now a subsidiary of N. W. Ayer, was one of the first American advertising agencies. The Smithsonian began collecting material from N. W. Ayer and related firms in 1975 and continues to receive donations, such as this mock-up, acquired in 1996.
Texaco Service Attendant Hat, circa 1960s-1970s. A symbol of a past when service attendants filled your gas tank, checked your oil and washed your windshield. This particular version of the Texaco logo was used from the 1960s to the 1980s. The manufacturer of this uniform hat was a company called Dura-Bill.
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