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Grape-nuts! No headache or “tummyache”! Fully cooked, pre-digested! Possibly regurgitated by a bird! That is a LARGE warning box on the front of the package. And that’s not even counting “Don’t try to cook this food!” The only warning needed on the grape-nuts box is that it’s made of condensed cardboard pellets. University of Chicago Magazine. 1908.

Ethelyn Hinson Overall on her wedding day to Orval Overall. February 27, 1908

1948 Palmolive Ad. Love the random adjectives sprinkled throughout that at one time were just what the consumer needed to hear.

Lux Soap Flakes packaging design. Although these boxes were really printed in an inky blue, this is a b/w photo.

Seriously, those Pear Soap were brutal! Have you seen their other ads? Sheesh! Pear's Soap 1895

Pet of the household - B. T. Babbitt's Best Soap [front] by Boston Public Library, via Flickr

Primitive Fabric Antique Transfer on Wood Laundry Room Soap Sign

beautiful toiletries: soaps, lotions, razors and toothbrushes, fluffy towels, hair dryer, baby supplies (if necessary) and bubbles for the bath

Vintage Soap Advertisements | 16 Vintage Soap Ads You Would Never See Today

This poster, circa 1869, shows four well dressed women in a parlor, one of them holding an open a box of "Dobbins' Medicated Toilet Soap."