Kotex, al alero de Kimberly-Clark's, comenzó como vendajes en la Primera Guerra Mundial, cuando las enfermeras tuvieron la ocurrencia de aplicar el recién inventado material absorbente "cellucoton" a la contención menstrual.
35 photos de magazine des années 70 qui vont vous faire hurler de rire.
Double knit fancies. Yes, fancy pants!
Doctors in the 1940s who were interested in adorning their office walls with a painting of a severely ill woman getting loaded into an ambulance were in luck. Reproductions of this piece, called Ambulance Call, were "suitable for framing [and] available to physicians only on request," courtesy of Chicago's Armour Laboratories. Photo courtesy of the Journal of the American Medical Association
Here are some real people and things that really are not doing their jobs.
Philip Morris - Marlboro Cigarettes Смайлик «frown» USA, 1951
MVP’s Ted Williams and Stan Musial for Chesterfield ads