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Delightful vintage advertisement for Ivory Soap showing a gorgeous Cherub holding a bar of Ivory Soap. Gorgeous bathroom decoration.
You need only one soap - Ivory Soap! It floats! This poster was refervished by Adam Cuerden from the original that was produced in 1898. Yes, Ivory has been around a long, long time! Attribution: Adam Cuerden
Postcard Designed From Vintage Advertising for Ivory Soap ... a Girl is doing the laundry which includes her doll. By using the CUSTOMIZE IT Option, You Can Add Text to the back of this postcard! Enjoy Life & Thanks For Stopping By!
Remind people to wash their hands with this poster/print featuring my painting of Ivory soap in a quaint enamel dish.
This duo, toothbrush holder and soap dispenser, with its very pleasing design of delicate misty ivory streaks of vapor, will increase the feeling of a serene, relaxing atmosphere at the end of a long day. A smart trendy design will give your bathroom a fresh neat, organized look of calm...
“Coming back to the scene of the attacks is the best way to tell the terrorists the people of Ivory Coast are strong and will not be cowed,” said Safiatou Traore, a local TV soap opera star. The lyrics of the song address the terrorists’ ideology ...
At the make-and-take stations, students could create slime, ice cream, Shrinky Dinks, gliders and snow bubbles, and they also could watch the Pepsi and Mentos, tornado, elephant toothpaste, Ivory soap and blow up balloon demonstrations. “Some of the most ...
The union held hundreds of rallies and pickets and boycotted Ivory Soap, Tide and Crest before getting a deal that preserved Class A, boosted cable pay by 140% and gave the union jurisdiction over Internet ads. For its part, the ad industry — repped ...
Perhaps Ivory's most famous feature — its ability to float — was the result of an accident! An employee failed to shut off the soap-making ...
Fascinating facts about the invention of Ivory Soap by Harley Procter in 1879.