Advertisements from 1924

Advertisements from 1924
This entry is part 24 of 26 in the series 1924 St. Louis Fashion Pageant

Here are some a variety of 1920s advertisements from the back pages of the 1924 St. Louis Fashion Pageant. They include a full page advertisement for Lammert Furniture Company (at that time located at 911-919 Washington Ave.).

Also in these pages, ads for:

  • Korrekt Clothes (fashionable clothing for men and young men)
  • Renard Linoleum & Rug Co. (also manufacturers of window shades)
  • Blackwell-Wielandy Book & Stationary Co. (“The largest variety of Christmas goods in America”)
  • An art deco style ad for Richardson-Leaver Fixture Co, advertising showcases, window fixtures, & clothing cabinets
  • An advertisement for a dress form for flapper dresses: “You Need This One! The New (Boyish) Model – All styles of dresses will fit this latest type of dress form – full enamel to waist – mounted on finest ivory enamel base, highlighted in blue- price $13.50” sold by Belle Hickey, seller of display fixtures and showcases
  • An advertisement for the Baldwin Reproducing Piano: “It will re-perform every detail of execution and shade of expression, marked with every characteristic that distinguishes their personal playing”. Sold by The Baldwin Piano Company. Down the side of this ad, were the price ranges for various brands of pianos: Baldwin- $1850-$3750, Ellington – $1500-$2500, Hamilton – $1350-$2200, Howard – $1850
  • J. Kennard & Sons Carpet Co., complete lines of rugs and carpets
  • Mandel Dress & Hat Co.
  • Shu Styles
  • Clark’s Patent Leather – distributed in St. Louis by W.P. Erhart Leather Company
Series Navigation<< 1920s General Store Wholesaler Advertisement- Butler Brothers1920s Shoe Advertisements (last 2 pages of the 1924 St. Louis Fashion Pageant) >>

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Jessica Kay Murray

Professional WordPress nerd. Lover of all things older than me. I am fascinated by early 1900s labor and feminist history, and have a sporadic addiction to reading nonfiction about those things on Archive.org. I scan old photographs and ephemera when I get really super bored. On Etsy I sell vintage clothing that I got as part of an interesting trade deal a few years ago.

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