Vintage Youngstown Kitchens Ads published today! (1958) Youngstown Kitchens Servi-Center. Combines Illuminated sink bowl, extra storage space, Formica work counters plus Electric Clock and Outlets. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage St. Charles Kitchens Ads published today! (1948) Custom Built of Steel. You choose from a dozen special purpose units. Such as a special unit to house your electric mixer under the counter, a towel drier with heater and blower... a fruit and vegetable storage unit. In the kitchen shown here, note the two-level breakfast bar, with curved top. Double bowl sink. (1956) St. Charles Steel Kitchen Cabinets. Your dream kitchen built to order! Planned for beauty, with mixing, cooking and clean-up areas designed for miraculous efficiency. Storage units as you decide, sliding trays, roto shelves, swing out shelves! Send for your helpful kitchen planning guide and your copy of Plan For Kitchen Living. (1950) Kitchen Colors. Color is coming into your kitchen, as surely as two and two are four. Morning Blue, Dusk Blue, Sunny Yellow, Terra Cotta, Mist Gray, Shell Pink, Sea Green, Pine Green, Bright Red and White. Send for this colorful booklet: Your KItchen and You. (1955) St. Charles Steel Kitchens. Provencial Charm in a kitchen custom-built of steel. These tall steel mid-counter units, with rich brown birch doors, give you full-height storage, while their ample drop-down counters multiply work surface. Choose from 15 decorator colors, or two smart shades of wood. Book offer: Plan for Kitchen Living. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Shepard Elevators Ads published today! (1958) Shepard Home Elevators. Why Climb Stairs when you can Ride... with the finest in home elevators. Shepard Warner Elevator Company, Cincinnati 9, Ohio. (1944) Shepard Home Lift. The Automatic Electric Residence Elevator. Operates from Light Circuit. Not available now because of war work. Keep this desirable home convenience in mind. Builders of Finest Office and Hotel Elevators. (1939) Home Lifts. A Lift for the Older Folk! With the automatic, electric Home Elevator, you are upstairs or down at the touch of a button. A priceless boon to older folk... invalids. Operates from lighting circuit at less than one cent per day. Builders of Finest Office and Hotel Elevators. (1950) Yes it's harder going up. But with our Home Lift there's no need for stair climbing at all. Designed to fit into multi-story homes without extensive alterations. The Shepard Elevator Company. (1959) Shepard Residence Elevators. New modern design. Vertical rising or stair-climbing types. Low cost, inexpensive to operate. The Shepard Elevator Company was founded in 1921 by Oscar F. Shepard and Stanley M. Rowe in Cincinnati, Ohio. Its industry was home lifts and its headquarters remained in Cincinnati, Ohio. It eventually merged with the Warner Elevator Manufacturing Company. It was sold to the Dover Corporation in 1958. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Building Materials Ads published today! Allegheny Ludlum Steel, Aluminium Limited Alcan, Armco Drainage & Metal Products, Armstrong Temlok Sheathing, Balsam-Wool and Nu-Wood System, Barrett Asphalt Shingles, Belgian Linen Wallcovering, Cabot's Shingle Stains Aymar Embury, Celotex Tile Ceiling, Craftwall Elm Wood Paneling, Cyclone Fence Company, Easi-Bild Patterns, Flintkote Asphalt Roof Shingles, Forest Wood Patch & Putty Stik, Grand Rapids Climax Wood Mortar, HPI Hardwood Plywood Paneling, Insl-Cotton Insulation, Johns-Manville American Colonial Roof, K & M Asbestos-Cement Shingles, Lyon Air Control Unit, Marlite Wall & Ceiling Paneling, Mengel Flush Doors, Modernfold Doors, Monsanto Lustrex Styrene Plastic, Morgan Doors, Mosaic Ceramic Tile, National Homes Ranger Series, Portland Concrete House, Rox Masonry Paints, Ruberoid Autoclaved Siding, Shakertown Sidewalls, Structural Clay Products Brick Home, Wall-Tex Fabric Wall Coverings, Weldwood Plywood, Weldwood Wood Paneling. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Republic Steel Kitchens Ads published today! (1955) Republic Steel Kitchen Cabinets. New Double-Bowl Stainless Steel Sink. Gives a custom look; flanked with Formica counters. Of Enduro Stainless Steel. Little Drawers, Big Space Savers - Ideal for silverware, linens, small tools. Handy cutting board. Get your book on kitchens: Praise-Winning Kitchens. If you're remodeling, you'll also want 101 Ways to Make Awkward Kitchens Behave. (1955) A world of storage in the spacious cabinets above and below the stay-lovely counter top of Enduro Stainless Steel. Loaded with features like hushed nylon-glide drawer action, adjustable shelves, a mixer-lift shelf, space-saving shallow drawers and a handy pull-out cutting board. Offer for Kitchen Planning Book. Praise Winning Kitchens. (1955) Republic Steel Kitchens Colors. Tempo Turquoise. Classic White, Prelude Pink and Largo Yellow. Send for this interesting plan that features kitchen, laundry, and utilities harbor, all in a 9 x 14 area. Get Praise-Winning Kitchens colorful kitchen planning book. (1955) Get the plan that helps you organize your energy. In a Take-it-easy Kitchen. Modern cabinets. Counter tops of coved Formica on durable steel. Color accents on counters and walls - and beautiful fresh-white Perma Finish Enamel. New Planning Books: For remodeling 101 Ways To Make Awkward Kitchens Behave; for new homes Praise Winning Kitchens. Berger Division. (1954) Republic Steel Kitchens Design. Only the world's largest producer of alloy and stainless steels can guard quality in its product from raw ore right to your dealer's store. Prove it to yourself! Shop for your kitchen as a lifetime investment. Compare all brands. See the Showdown Comparison chart at your Republic dealers store. 101 Ways To Make Awkward Kitchens Behave. Mary and I Installed Our Own Steel Kitchen. Send for these booklets today! (1955) Colored appliances. Sherwood natural grain finish. Utility cabinet. Snowy-white Perma-Finish enamel. Wall cabinets with adjustable shelves. Tray cabinet. Lazy Susan. Formica counters. Pulldown cooking units. Custom range hood. For help in kitchen planning: Praise-Winning Kitchens idea book. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Georgia Marble Company Ads published today! (1928) The rugged and kindly features of Abraham Lincoln have been made as immortal as his words and deeds, by this colossal figure in the most lasting of all materials. Lincoln Memorial Statue, Washington, D. C. Daniel Chester French, Sculptor. Henry Bacon, Architect. (1928) Georgia Marble Kerr Fountain. Gallipolis, Ohio. For memorials of any type, our marble is the perfect selection, because it has all the desirable attributes - beauty, strength, and, above all, performance, without which beauty is of no avail. (1928) Georgia Marble Statue. Alexander H. Stephens. Gutzon Borglum, Sculptor. The lifelike expression and naturalness of this figure, which stands in Statuary Hall at the National Capital, is a tribute not only to the genius of the sculptor, but to our beautiful white marble of which it is carved. (1928) The Field Museum, Chicago. Graham, Anderson, Probst & White, Architects. Classic Greece - in a New World Setting. Closely resembling the exquisite Parian Marble used by the Greeks, we were selected for the Field Museum. It possesses the crystalline formation, the chaste beauty, and, above all, the marvelous durability of Parian Marble, which has preserved for us much of The Glory that was Greece. The Georgia Marble Company was founded in 1884 by Samuel Tate. Tate leased out all the land in Pickens County, Georgia, that contained rich Georgia marble. Pickens County has a vein of marble 5 to 7 miles (8.0 to 11.3 km) long, a half mile wide, and up to 2,000 feet (610 m) deep. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Geneva Kitchens Ads published today! (1959) Geneva Kitchens Impasto. You have never seen or touched such textured loveliness. A new finish fashioned in exclusive Etch-Line patterned steel. Impasto cabinets are stain and mar resistant, extremely quiet, and naturally easier to clean. Send for full color kitchen idea booklet. Division of Acme Steel Company. (1955) Personalized to your ideas. Built-ins, special feature cabinets, scads of accessories. Your choice of six beautiful decorator colors, or white. Exclusive plastisol coating of wire shelves. Booklet offer: What's Cooking in Kitchens? (1956) Geneva Steel Kitchen Dealer. Bring your ideas to your dealer. Watch them come to life in spacious cabinets, built-in appliances, exciting accessory cabinets - all in your choice of six decorator colors. Send for our Kitchen Idea and Planning Booklet. (1955) Geneva Kitchens. A Dream Come True. A corner sink to better utilize the kitchen area, quarter-round cabinets for added charm, and scads of accessories. Cabinets are available in white or your choice of six lovely colors. Send for booklet: Just For You. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage General Electric Kitchens Ads published today! (1955) GE Kitchen. Amazingly compact 4-in-1 unit combines GE Washer Dryer Combination, Disposall Sink, Automatic Dishwasher and Spacemaker Range under one gleaming, easy-cleaning stainless steel counter. Deluxe conveniences include: plug-in panel with outlets for four small appliances; one-hand water faucet control; under-sink storage center. (1955) GE Textolite Counter Tops. Plastic surfacing for counters and walls. Over 70 exciting patterns and colors. Resists heat, stains, and scratches. Wipes clean with a damp cloth. Stays new looking for years. Send for full-color pattern folder. General Electric Company. (1944) General Electric Kitchens. Everything electrical for After Victory Homes. Designed by the General Electric Home Bureau. GE Dishwasher. GE Water Heater. GE Disposall. GE Refrigerator. GE Automatic Toaster. The Singers, of Highland Park, Illinois invite you to an Exciting Kitchen Preview. Introducing Mrs. Eugene Singer. And the family, Patricia, 7, and Jimmy, 4. They'll tell you proudly, Dad's (Gene) a lieutenant in the Navy! Tune In: The GE All-Girl Orchestra, NBC. The World Today, CBS. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Bossert Homes Ads published today! (1929) Ready Cut Houses without that Ready Cut Look. Luxurious Homes, garages, summer bungalows. I have two houses and they have proved very satisfactory. Mrs. E. B. Perkins. (1921) Bossert Homes. Have a character of their own. The various parts of the house arrive at your property ready to be instantly erected. No need of hiring experts, no waste of time, labor or money. And you have a wide choice, ranging from a small garage to the large, many roomed country house. (1926) Bossert Radio Bungalow. Now Designed in Six Sizes! Easily erected by unskilled help within a day and a half. Can be taken down and put up again without trouble. Largest Lumber Plant in the East. (1915) Redibilt Homes. Not Even a Nail to Buy. Built entirely of Air-chamber Units. Bolted together. Square House. A large, roomy country home of 8 rooms and bath - an achievement in sectional construction. (1925) Bossert Piping Rock Home. A Bungalow Model, famous throughout the country as the Blue Ribbon winner among bungalows. Louis Bossert & Sons, Inc. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage American Kitchens Ads published today! (1948) American Kitchens Dealer. He'll get your ideas, room measurements, etc. With his marvelous Plan-a-Kit, he'll show you, in miniature, precisely how your kitchen will look. Then he'll draft a scientific plan, especially for you! Styled in Steel. Division AVCO Manufacturing Corporation. (1954) Steel Cabinets. Reinforced welded steel construction will hold even an active 110 pound lad standing in the drawers. Sturdy double-action spring hinges. Drawers are seamless, will even hold water. Let your dealer plan your beautiful kitchen today. Send for booklet: New Kitchen Designs for Living. (1951) American Kitchens. Lifetime vinyl worksurfaces in 5 beautiful colors. Store-house storage space at fingertip level. Easiest to clean kitchen in America - rounded drawer interiors wipe out like a bowl - no handles to collect dirt. (1949) American Steel Kitchens. Dream Kitchen. Start with a sink and disposer. Add base cabinets and Serv-Cart. Then wall cabinets. See your dealer today for custom designed kitchen plans. American Central Division. (1956) American Kitchens Pioneer Kitchen. Color styled by Beatrice West. Dramatic new kitchen combines natural birch and antique copper... on frame of rugged steel. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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