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Radium chocolate. An open box of this is always open somewhere in the Mesa Lair.
German company Burk & Braun sold Radium Schokolade between 1931 and 1936. It was promoted as chocolate that would make the consumer younger... and glow in the dark!
Radioactive Chocolate bar, 1930s
Just like hot chocolate, but with radioactivity! Maybe the glow when you pee helps light up the bathroom at night. No drink should ever come with a decontamination tent.
1933 Heinz's Ad, look at everything they made back then, if you needed it in the kitchen they had it
The Mixmaster mixes every atom thoroughly! Now that's what I call a thorough mixing job!
Andrews Liver Salt Happy Families Playing Cards 1930s
Shame on You for not using My Powder. See those guys dissing You? Serves You right!
A cheerful 1930s gal whips up something yummy in this charming vintage photo.
JOB HUNTING IN THE 1930s // history repeats
every christmas i got lifesavers and a big giant peppermint stick in my stocking at granny's
Radium Water. The jug was irradiating water in order to transmit to the liquid the beneficial effects of radioactivity.
Here's health! Smiles, yah, not so much. vintage 1930s tomato juice food ad
Minnie and Mickie Mouse - 1930s - he looks terrified, and rightly so.
Toblerone advertisement. by totallymystified, via Flickr