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Coleman Products. Research Magazine Advertisements. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! (1936) Coleman Camp And Stove Company. (2000) Coleman Inspired By Nature. (1998) Coleman Outdoor Furniture. (1966) Coleman Outdoor Holiday Fun Guide. (1979) Coleman Inflate-All 150. (1947) Coleman Floodlight Lantern. (1977) Coleman Lantern Model 275. (1977) Coleman Sleeping Bags. (1978) Coleman Campers. (1979) Coleman 275 Lantern Ken Katen. (1977) Coleman Cooler Model 5286. (1914) Coleman Arc Lantern. (1983) Canoe, Tents, Sleeping Bags, Coolers. Cat Heaters (1974). Coleman Charger 3000, (1974). (1975) Cooler and Jugs. Folding Picnic Table (1953). Coleman Grill (1983). Lantern (1974). Coleman PackHorse II Utility Trailer (1992). Pocket Stove (1947). Coleman Company, Inc., is an American company that specializes in outdoor recreation products. Historically, Coleman is known for camping gear. It was founded by William Coffin Coleman, who began selling kerosene lanterns in 1900 in Kingfisher, Oklahoma. He moved to Wichita, Kansas, in 1902. Coleman is currently owned by Jarden Corporation. Company historians claim that in 1905, the company provided a demonstration for the 1905 Cooper vs. Fairmount football game (now called Sterling College and Wichita State University). Coleman gas lamps were provided to play the first night football game west of the Mississippi River. Enjoy these vintage ads for Coleman Products while you browse through our Advertisement Gallery! As always, more to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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