First, let me apologize for not posting a letter from The Lady's Letter-Writer yesterday. The book is MIA, but hopefully it will turn up soon.
Now, onto what you came for:
Only in the 1920s were tire advertisements this attractive. The above is EXTRA-special.
How come? Because it was the back advertisement in the playbill for the 1927 Broadway production of Dracula starring Bela Lugosi. (i.e. years before he starred in the movie.)
The graphic is available on mugs -- coasters -- hats -- napkins -- neckties -- pillows (and lots other man cave stuff) -- kitchen towels -- fleece blankets -- magnets -- greeting cards -- t-shirts -- and a BUNCH BUNCH more. Go to www.zazzle.com/the_olden_eye, and in the 'Search this store' box, enter 'tire'
Here's another very special one.
Not only does Erma have a 15" waist, and is attempting to cook wearing 4" heels, she also has a double oven/stove dealie.
Sure, it's not Dracula-related, but it's cool nevertheless.
The graphic is on greeting cards -- tote bags -- mugs -- hats -- mouse pads -- decals, t-shirts -- throw pillows -- magnets -- buttons -- kitchen towels -- cutting boards -- notebooks -- fleece blankets -- coasters -- placemats -- and MORE MORE. Go to www.zazzle.com/the_olden_eye and in the 'Search this store' box, enter 'oven'