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1924 St. Louis Fashion Pageant
1920s Mens Fashion and Hat Ads

1920s Mens Fashion and Hat Ads

This entry is part 2 of 26 in the series 1924 St. Louis Fashion Pageant

This starts out with a full page ad for The Snugset Clothes Company, which has an illustration of a fashionable man in a suit and alot of text (Men’s clothes that wear as well as they look!). Lion Hats by Langenberg Hat Co lets the picture do the talking. Bettmann-KleinHause Clothing Company (at 1204 Washington Ave.) has a full two page advertisement spread illustrating men and boys, and having on display: men’s suits, men’s overcoats, children’s suits, children’s knee pants, young men’s overcoats, young men’s suits, men’s and young men’s pants, and more.

1920s General Store Wholesaler Advertisement – Butler Brothers

1920s General Store Wholesaler Advertisement – Butler Brothers

This entry is part 23 of 26 in the series 1924 St. Louis Fashion Pageant

This ad is trying to sell the prospective business owner into starting a variety department or general store, and offers assistance with arrangement of merchandise, advertising (sale plans, newspaper advertising, and more), displays, merchandising (help with product markup, selection, and how to make a profit), office (how to keep books, and a control system that prevents over-buying), management (training your clerks, how to inventory, etc.,), and more!

1920s Toy Advertisement & Misc Ads

1920s Toy Advertisement & Misc Ads

This entry is part 22 of 26 in the series 1924 St. Louis Fashion Pageant

Here are 2 miscellaneous advertisement pages from the 1924 Fashion Pageant that I just scanned. They contain ads for Dolls, Toys, & Holiday Goods at Fabricius Mercantile Company, American Lady Bobbed Hair Nets, Ladies Linene Dresses (stamped flat for embroidery), Stein-Poulson Manufacturing Company Trimmed Hats, Bertha Hat Company, and Wardle Company (Ribbons, Laces, and Neckwear).

1920s Business to Business advertisement, and Knit Fashion ad

1920s Business to Business advertisement, and Knit Fashion ad

This entry is part 11 of 26 in the series 1924 St. Louis Fashion Pageant

This is really interesting- a 1924 business to business advertisement for shop decor and displays by St. Louis business, The Walter F Zemitzsch Co at 1617 Washington Ave..
The other advertisement is for Gibson Knitting Mills (at 1510-1512 Washington Ave) welcomes people visiting St. Louis for this fashion show, and features an illustration of a girl wearing a drop waist sweater, cloche hat, and holding a cane.

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