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vintage Santa Christmas Coca Cola ad. Does anyone else find it odd that this boy child is in pink pajamas? This was a 50s ad, and pastel pink and blue were very much gender specific colors. Heck it's still that way in the 21st century! Many of the old stereotypes have been removed, but gender specific colors are still pretty prevalent. imo

This is the REAL Santa. It's the image I remember most from childhood. :)

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Coca Cola Santa, illustrations by Haddon Sundblom for the Coca Cola Company

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