List of Advertisements on National Geographic Magazine Back Covers: 1918 to 1970


  1918     
  Jan      Williams' Shaving Soap
  Feb      Colgate's Shaving Stick
  Mar      Old Dutch Cleanser
  Apr      Gruen Verithin Watch
  May      Colgate Shaving Stick
  Jun      Gold Medal Flour
  Jul      Parker Pens
  Aug      Williams Shaving Stick
  Sep      Old Dutch Cleanser
  Oct      Gold Medal Flour
  Nov      Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pen
  Dec      Gold Medal Flower

  1919
  Jan      Williams Shaving Stick
  Feb      Colgate's Shaving Stick
  Mar      Old Dutch Cleanser
  Apr      Gruen Watches
  May      Colgate's Shaving Stick
  Jun      Gold Medal Flower
  Jul      Parker Pens
  Aug      Williams Shaving Stick
  Sep      Old Dutch Cleanser
  Oct      Gold Medal Flour
  Nov      Waterman's Pens
  Dec      Gold Medal Flour


  1920
  Jan      Williams Shaving Stick
  Feb      Colgate Shaving Cream
  Mar      Old Dutch Cleanser
  Apr      Gruen Guild Watches
  May      Colgate Shaving Cream
  Jun      Gold Medal Flower
  Jul      Grape Nuts Cereal
  Aug      Williams Shaving Stick
  Sep      Old Dutch Cleanser
  Oct      Gold Medal Flower
  Nov      Waterman's Pens
  Dec      Gold Medal Flower


  1921
  Jan      William's Shaving Stick
  Feb      Colgate's Dental Cream
  Mar      Old Dutch Cleanser
  Apr      Gruen Guild Watches
  May      Colgate's Dental Cream
  Jun      Gold Medal Flower
  Jul      Grape Nuts
  Aug      Colegate's Shaving Stick
  Sep      Old Dutch Cleanser
  Oct      Flamingo Hotel, Miami Beach Florida
  Nov      Old Dutch Cleanser
  Dec      Old Dutch Cleanser


  1922
  Jan      Little Leather Library, Great Books
  Feb      Colgate's Dental Cream
  Mar      Old Dutch Cleanser
  Apr      Little Leather Library Books
  May      Colgate's Dental Cream
  Jun      Little Leather Library Books
  Jul      Grape Nuts Cereal
  Aug      Colgate Dental Cream
  Sep      Goodrich Silvertown Tubes
  Oct      Little Leather Library Books
  Nov      Gruen Guild Watches
  Dec      "Red Baby" service trucks of International Harvester


  1923
  Jan      Little Leather Library Books
  Feb      Colgate's Dental Cream
  Mar      Nelson Doubleday, Inc.
  Apr      Little Leather Library Books
  May      Colgate's Dental Cream
  Jun      National Park Seminary
  Jul      Grape Nuts Cereal
  Aug      Colgate's Dental Cream
  Sep      Victor Talking Machine
  Oct      Little Leather Library Books
  Nov      Gruen Guild Watches
  Dec      Victor Talking Machine


  1924
  Jan      Little Leather Library Books
  Feb      Colgate's Dental Cream
  Mar      Little Leather Library
  Apr      Crane (bathroom fittings)
  May      Colgate's Dental Cream
  Jun      Crane (bathroom fittings)
  Jul      Crane (bathroom fittings)
  Aug      Colgate's Dental Cream
  Sep      Victor Talking Machine
  Oct      Robert K. Haas, Inc. Publishers
  Nov      Gruen Guild Watches
  Dec      Victor Talking Machine


  1925
  Jan      Colgate Dental Cream
  Feb      Kohler of Kohler Enameled Plumbing Ware
  Mar      Parker Pens
  Apr      Crane (bathroom fixtures)
  May      Colgate's Dental Cream
  Jun      Crane (bathroom fixtures)
  Jul      Crand (bathroom fixtures)
  Aug      Colgate's Dental Cream
  Sep      Parker Pens
  Oct      Kohler of Kohler enameled plumbing ware
  Nov      Gruen Guild Watches
  Dec      Parker Pens


  1926
  Jan      RCA Radiola 30
  Feb      Colgate's Dental Cream
  Mar      Parker Pens
  Apr      Crane Pipe Materials
  May      Colgate's Dental Cream
  Jun      Crane Valves
  Jul      Kodak
  Aug      Colgate's Dental Cream
  Sep      Parker Pens
  Oct      Crane Valves
  Nov      Gruen Guild Watches
  Dec      Parker Pens


  1927
  Jan      RCA Radiola 28
  Feb      Burroughs Portable Adding Machine
  Mar      Parker Pens
  Apr      Crane Valves
  May      Burroughs Adding Machine
  Jun      Crane Valves
  Jul      Cine-Kodak movie camera
  Aug      Burroughs Adding Machine
  Sep      Parker Pens
  Oct      Crane Valves
  Nov      Victor Talking Machine
  Dec      Parker Pens


  1928
  Jan      RCA Radiola 30A, Super-Heterodyne
  Feb      Sheaffers Pens
  Mar      Parker Pens
  Apr      Crane Fixtures
  May      Sheaffers Pens
  Jun      Crane Fixtures
  Jul      Cine-Kodak movie equipment
  Aug      Sheaffers' Pens
  Sep      Parker Pens
  Oct      Crane Fixtures
  Nov      Victor Red Seal Records, Victor Talking Machine Co., Camden, NJ
  Dec      Parker Pens


  1929
  Jan      RCA Radiola 62
  Feb      Sheaffers Pens
  Mar      Parker Pens
  Apr      Crane fixtures
  May      Sheaffer Pens
  Jun      Crane fixtures
  Jul      Kodacolor Home Movies, Eastman Kodak Co.
  Aug      Sheaffer Pens
  Sep      Parker Pens
  Oct      Crane fixtures
  Nov      Victor-Radio (Radio-Victor Corporation of America)
  Dec      Parker Pens


  1930
  Jan      RCA Radiola 46
  Feb      Sheaffers Pens
  Mar      Parker Pens
  Apr      Crane Fixtures
  May      Sheaffers Pens
  Jun      Crane Fixtures
  Jul      Kodacolor Home Movies
  Aug      Sheaffers
  Sep      Parker Pens
  Oct      Crane Fixtures
  Nov      RCA Radiola Super-Heterodyne Radio
  Dec      Parker Pens


  1931
  Jan      Orange Life Savers
  Feb      Sheaffer's Pens
  Mar      Parker Pens
  Apr      Crane Fixtures
  May      Sheaffer's Pens
  Jun      Crane Fixtures
  Jul      Mimeograph, A.B. Dick Company
  Aug      Sheaffer's Pens
  Sep      Parker Pens
  Oct      Douglas Manufacturing Co., Light Sockets
  Nov      Sheaffer's Pens
  Dec      Parker Pens


  1932
  Jan      Virginia State Commission on Conservation and Development
  Feb      Royal Portable Typewriter
  Mar      Purolator Oil Filters (for automobiles)
  Apr      Granger Pipe Tobacco
  May      Sheaffer's Pens
  Jun      Granger Pipe Tobacco
  Jul      Granger Pipe Tobacco
  Aug      Sheaffer's Pens
  Sep      Granger Pipe Tobacco
  Oct      Grange Pipe Tobacco
  Nov      International Silver Co. (1847 Rogers Bros)
  Dec      Granger Pipe Tobacco


  1933
  Jan      Virginia State Commission on Conservation and Development
  Feb      Ethyl Gasoline Corp.
  Mar      Texaco Fire Chief Gas (The Texas Company) Ed Wynn as  Fire-Chief
  Apr      Coca-Cola "Don't Wear a Tired Thirsty Face" (girl holding Coke)***
  May      Nash Ambassador Eight Brougham (automobile) (color ad)
  Jun      Heinz Tomato Juice (color ad)
  Jul      Texaco-Ethyl Gasoline 
  Aug      Coca-Cola  "Snap out of afternoon drowsy time" (color ad)
  Sep      Coca-Cola "Don't Trump your partner's ace" (color ad)
  Oct      Ethyl Gasoline Corp.
  Nov      Grace Line travel cruises
  Dec      Coca-Cola (color ad with Santa's face)


  1934
  Jan      Grace Line Cruises
  Feb      Coca Cola (train conductor)
  Mar      Texaco Fire Chief Gasoline (photo of boy and dog)
  Apr      Coca-Cola "Something that will refresh you" 
  May      Texaco Fire Chief Gasoline
  Jun      Coca Cola (Two glasses at Soda Fountain)
  Jul      Texaco Fire Chief Gasoline  (photo of Gar Wood, speedboat champion)
  Aug      Coca-Cola, "The Drink that keeps you feeling fit--everywhere"
  Sep      Coca-Cola, "the pause that keeps you going--keeping a slim figure"
  Oct      Texaco Fire-Chief Gasoline
  Nov      Hormel Vegetable Soup
  Dec      Coca-Cola, "The pause that keeps you going..." (Santa Clause


  1935
  Jan      Hormel Vegetable Soup
  Feb      Coca-Cola, "Oooh for the pause that refreshes" (photo of woman)
  Mar      Texaco Fire Chief Gasoline
  Apr      Coca-Cola, "The pause that brings friends together"
  May      Texaco Motor Oil  ("A Quart for a Quarter")
  Jun      Coca-Cola "All trails lead to ice-cold Coca-Cola" (Man with a mule)
  Jul      Texaco Fire-Chief Gasoline
  Aug      Coca-Cola "Ice-cold every day of the year" (Coke machine)
  Sep      Coca-Cola "Ice-cold every day in the year" (soda fountain)
  Oct      Texaco Motor Oil
  Nov      Hormel Vegetable Soup
  Dec      Coca-Cola (Santa Clause)


  1936
  Jan      Hormel Ham
  Feb      Coca-Cola "pause for energy-giving refreshment" (Ray Noble, CBS)
  Mar      Texaco Fire-Chief
  Apr      Coca-Cola "Thru 50 Years--Making a pause refreshing"
  May      Matson-Line, Oceanic-Line, Hawaii
  Jun      Coca-Cola "Thru 50 years..1886 to 1936.The pause that refreshes"
  Jul      GoodYear Tires
  Aug      Coca-Cola "Get the feel of wholesome refreshment"
  Sep      Heinz Tomato Juice
  Oct      Heinz Tomato Juice
  Nov      Hormel Ham
  Dec      Coca-Cola  (Color illustration of Santa and toy train)


  1937
  Jan      Hormel Vegetable Soup
  Feb      Coca-Cola "Refreshment time .." (girls at soda fountain)
  Mar      Heinz Tomato Juice
  Apr      Coca-Cola "Pure Refreshment" (woman and child at soda fountain)
  May      Sheaffer's Pens
  Jun      Coca-Cola "The pause that refreshes and cools"
  Jul      Grace Line Services (ocean liner travel)
  Aug      Coca-Cola (Coke bottle in snow and coke machine)
  Sep      Pennsylvania State Publicity Commission
  Oct      Coca-Cola "The All-American Pause" (at soda fountain)
  Nov      Hormel Ham
  Dec      Coca-Cola "Give and Take, say I" (Santa Clause raiding ice box.)


  1938
  Jan      Hormel Beef Stock Soup
  Feb      Coca-Cola "Pure as sunlight" (indian and young cowboy)
  Mar      Grace Line (ocean liner travel)
  Apr      Coca-Cola "So easy to take home, the six-bottle carton"
  May      Sheaffer's Pens
  Jun      Coca-Cola "Take off refreshed" (airline pilots at soda fountain)
  Jul      Grace Line Caribbean Cruises
  Aug      Coca-Cola "Pause and Refresh" (three girls in a car)
  Sep      Pennsylvania State Publicity Commission
  Oct      Coca-Cola "Pure Refreshment" (young couple)
  Nov      Spam by Hormel
  Dec      Coca-Cola (Santa and child)


  1939
  Jan      Hormel Meats
  Feb      Coca-Cola "Its taste holds the answer" (woman drinking a coke)
  Mar      Grace Line Caribbean-- South American Cruises
  Apr      Coca-Cola "Thirst stops here" (man and coke machine at gas station)
  May      Sheaffer's Pens
  Jun      Coca-Cola "At the Fair... and going there." (1939 World's Fair)
  Jul      Grace Line Caribbean-South American Cruises
  Aug      Coca-Cola "Lets get a Coca-Cola" (fountain service sign)
  Sep      Sheaffer's Pens
  Oct      Coca-Cola "The Pause that refreshes at home"  (woman in chair)
  Nov      Spam, Hormel Foods
  Dec      Coca-Cola "And the same to you" (Santa Clause in a chair)


  1940
  Jan      Hormel Meats
  Feb      Coca-Cola "Makes a light lunch refreshing" (Man at soda fountain)
  Mar      Sheaffer's Pens
  Apr      Coca-Cola "Take a minute to refresh" (woman cleaning)
  May      Sheaffer's Pens
  Jun      Coca-Cola "Thirst stops here" (Man and coke machine)
  Jul      Grace Line cruises
  Aug      Coca-Cola "Relax... take it easy" (two sports players)
  Sep      Sheaffer's Pens
  Oct      Coca-Cola "Pause.. and shop refreshed" (two women and newspaper)
  Nov      Hormel Meats (Spam)
  Dec      Coca-Cola "Somebody knew I was coming." (Santa Clause)


  1941
  Jan      Hormel Meats
  Feb      Coca-Cola "The pause for people on the go" (Man at soda fountain)
  Mar      Sheaffer's Pens
  Apr      Coca-Cola Belongs (three young women talking)
  May      Sheaffer's Pens
  Jun      Coca-Cola (woman gardening)
  Jul      Pennsylvania Dept. of Commerce
  Aug      Coca-Cola "Completely Refreshing" (lady on beach)
  Sep      Sheaffer's Pens
  Oct      Coca-Cola "Refreshment Arrives (Man on a train)
  Nov      Hormel Meats (Spam)
  Dec      Coca-Cola "Thirst asks nothing more" (Santa Clause drinking Coke)


  1942
  Jan      Hormel (Spam)
  Feb      Coca-Cola "Hello..I'm Coca-Cola, known, too, as "Coke"
  Mar      Sheaffer's Pens
  Apr      Coca-Cola (woman drinking Coke) "Its the real thing"
  May      Sheaffer's Pens
  Jun      Coke "Quality Carries On" (bottle and hand; red label, 5 cents)
  Jul      Hormel Meats (Spam)
  Aug      Coca-Cola "Howdy, Friend" (man in army uniform & coke sign)
  Sep      Sheaffer's Pens
  Oct      Coca-Cola "Pause...Go Refreshed" (woman in military outfit)
  Nov      G.E. Automatic Blanket ($34.50)
  Dec      Coca-Cola "That Extra Something" (Santa Clause & Coke)


  1943
  Jan      Spam, Hormel
  Feb      Coca-Cola "That Extra Something" (picture of soldier in uniform)
  Mar      Sheaffer's Pens
  Apr      Coca-Cola "I'm saying this for Uncle Sam!"  U.S. War Bonds
  May      Sheaffer's Pens
  Jun      Coca-Cola "That Extra Something" (Army photos, 1863, 1918 and 1943)
  Jul      Spam, Hormel
  Aug      Coca-Cola "That Extra Something" (military men)
  Sep      Sheaffer's Pens
  Oct      Coca-Cola "Have a coke = Welcome friends."  (Eskimos & U.S. Soldier)
  Nov      General Electric "Musaphonic" radio
  Dec      Coca-Cola "Good winds have blown you here" (U.S. airmen & Chinese)

  1944
  Jan      Spam, Hormel
  Feb      Coca-Cola "Have a coca-cola= As you were"  (aboard a battleship)
  Mar      Sheaffer's Pens
  Apr      Coca-Cola "Have a coca-cola=Que Hay, Amigo? (U.S. troops in Panama)
  May      Sheaffer's Pens
  Jun      Coca-Cola (military man at soda fountian)
  Jul      Spam, Hormel
  Aug      Coca-Cola "Have a coke= How are things goin'? (U.S. in Newfoundland)
  Sep      Sheaffer's Pens
  Oct      Coca-Cola (Shipyards)
  Nov      Sheaffer's Pens
  Dec      Coca-Cola (Christmas scene)


  1945
  Jan      Spam, Hormel
  Feb      Coca-Cola (U.S. military in Wailuku, Hawaii)
  Mar      Sheaffer's Pens
  Apr      Coca-Cola (U.S. military in Italy)
  May      Sheaffer's Pens
  Jun      Coca-Cola (U.S. military in Brussels)
  Jul      Spam, Hormel
  Aug      Coca-Cola (Pacific flyers playing chess)
  Sep      Sheaffer's Pens
  Oct      Coca-Cola (Seabees ashore)
  Nov      Sheaffer's Pens
  Dec      Coca-Cola (Christmas at home, service-man)


  1946
  Jan      Spam, Hormel
  Feb      Coca-Cola (soldiers on train)
  Mar      Sheaffer's Pens
  Apr      Coca-Cola (spring cleaning)
  May      Sheaffer's Pens
  Jun      Coca-Cola (graduation)
  Jul      Spam, Hormel
  Aug      Coca-Cola (soda shop)
  Sep      Sheaffer's Pens
  Oct      Coca-Cola (soda shop)
  Nov      Sheaffer's Pens
  Dec      Coca-Cola (Christmas)


  1947
  Jan      Hormel Chicken
  Feb      Coca-Cola (soda shop)
  Mar      Sheaffer's Pens
  Apr      Coca-Cola (office lunch)
  May      Sheaffer's Pens
  Jun      Coca-Cola (neighbors)
  Jul      Hormel, Spam
  Aug      Coca-Cola (soda fountain)
  Sep      Sheaffer's Pens
  Oct      Coca-Cola (bottling factory)
  Nov      Sheaffer's Pens
  Dec      Coca-Cola (Santa Clause)


  1948
  Jan      Hormel Ham
  Feb      Coca-Cola (soda fountain)
  Mar      Sheaffer's Pens
  Apr      Coca-Cola (various scenes)
  May      Sheaffer's Pens
  Jun      Coca-Cola (baseball)
  Jul      Hormel Ham
  Aug      Coca-Cola (at gas pump)
  Sep      Sheaffer's Pens
  Oct      Coca-Cola (soda fountain)
  Nov      Sheaffer's Pens
  Dec      Coca-Cola (Santa Clause)


  1949
  Jan      Hormel Ham
  Feb      Coca-Cola (coke machine)
  Mar      Sheaffer's Pens
  Apr      Coca-Cola (lady in flower hat)
  May      Sheaffer's Pens
  Jun      Coca-Cola (lighthouse scene)
  Jul      Hormel Ham
  Aug      Grace Line Cruises
  Sep      Sheaffer's Pens
  Oct      Spam, Hormel
  Nov      Sheaffer's Pens
  Dec      Coca-Cola (Santa Clause)


  1950
  Jan      Hormel Ham
  Feb      Coca-Cola (Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy)
  Mar      Sheaffer's Pens
  Apr      Coca-Cola (coke machine)
  May      Sheaffer's Pens
  Jun      Coca-Cola (Sports)
  Jul      Hormel Ham
  Aug      Grace Line Cruise
  Sep      Sheaffer's Pens
  Oct      Hormel Ham
  Nov      Sheaffer's Pens
  Dec      Coca-Cola (Santa Clause)


  1951
  Jan      Hormel Ham
  Feb      Coca-Cola (woman drinking from bottle of Coke)
  Mar      Sheaffer's Pens
  Apr      Coca-Cola (service man)
  May      Sheaffer's Pens
  Jun      Coca-Cola (picnic basket)
  Jul      Hormel Ham
  Aug      Grace Line Cruises
  Sep      Sheaffer's Pens
  Oct      Hormel Ham
  Nov      Sheaffer's Pens
  Dec      Coca-Cola (Santa)


  1952
  Jan      Hormel Ham
  Feb      Coca-Cola (Air Force Man & Coke machine)
  Mar      Sheaffer's Pens
  Apr      Coca-Cola (coke bottles)
  May      Sheaffer's Pens
  Jun      Coca-Cola (fisherman)
  Jul      Coca-Cola (woman & coke)
  Aug      Grace Line Cruises
  Sep      Sheaffer's Pens
  Oct      Coca-Cola (USAF lady)
  Nov      Sheaffer's Pens
  Dec      Coca-Cola (Santa Clause)


  1953
  Jan      Moore-McCormack Cruise Lines
  Feb      Coca-Cola (USMC woman)
  Mar      Sheaffer's Pens
  Apr      Coca-Cola (lady at airport)
  May      Sheaffer's Pens
  Jun      Coca-Cola (lady & gas pump)
  Jul      Coca-Cola (rancher)
  Aug      Grace Line Cruises
  Sep      Champion-International (Printers of National Geographic Magazine)
  Oct      Coca-Cola (college girl)
  Nov      Sheaffer's Pens
  Dec      Coca-Cola (Santa Clause)


  1954
  Jan      Moore-McCormack Cruises
  Feb      Coca-Cola (soda fountain)
  Mar      Cris-Craft motor boats
  Apr      Coca-Coal (bowling)
  May      Sheaffer's Pens
  Jun      Coca-Cola (boy and car)
  Jul      Coca-Cola (at the beach)
  Aug      Grace Line Cruises
  Sep      Sheaffer's Pens
  Oct      Coca-Cola (air travel)
  Nov      Sheaffer's Pens
  Dec      Coca-Cola (Santa Claus)


  1955
  Jan      Moore-McCormack Cruise Lines
  Feb      Coca-Cola
  Mar      St. Marys Blankets
  Apr      Coca-Cola (with record player)
  May      Sheaffer's Pens
  Jun      Coca-Cola (family on patio)
  Jul      Coca-Cola (on ice)
  Aug      Grace Line Caribbean Cruises
  Sep      Sheaffer's Pens
  Oct      Coca-Cola (coke machine)
  Nov      Sheaffer's Pens
  Dec      Coca-Cola (Santa Clause)


  1956
  Jan      Moore-McCormack Cruise Lines
  Feb      Coca-Cola (man and woman)
  Mar      St. Marys Blankets
  Apr      Coca-Cola (boy and bubbles)
  May      Sheaffer's Pens
  Jun      General Dynamics
  Jul      Coca-Cola (man, woman and boy in white)
  Aug      Moore-McCormick Cruise Lines
  Sep      Sheaffer's Pens
  Oct      Coca-Cola (two couples at party)
  Nov      Sheaffer's Pens
  Dec      Coca-Cola (Santa Clause)


  1957
  Jan      Moore-McCormack Cruise Lines
  Feb      Coca-Cola (woman in Acapulco)
  Mar      General Dynamics, exploring the universe
  Apr      Coca-Cola (painting of people in Hawaii)
  May      Sheaffer's Pens
  Jun      Coca-Cola (painting of people in Paris)
  Jul      Coca-Cola (painting of people at Lake Louise)
  Aug      Moore-McCormick Cruise Lines
  Sep      Sheaffer's Pens
  Oct      Coca-Cola (painting of people India)
  Nov      Sheaffer's Pens
  Dec      Coca-Cola (Santa Clause)


  1958
  Jan      Moore-McCormick Cruise Lines
  Feb      Coca-Cola (painting of people in Cuba)
  Mar      General Dynamics
  Apr      Coca-Cola (painting of people in Brussels, at World's Fair)
  May      Sheaffer's Pens
  Jun      Coca-Cola (painting of people in Wyoming)
  Jul      Coca-Cola (painting of people in Switzerland)
  Aug      Moore-McCormack Cruise Lines
  Sep      Sheaffer's Pens
  Oct      Coca-Cola (painting of Chevy Corvette at food stand)
  Nov      Sheaffer's Pens
  Dec      Coca-Cola (Santa Clause)


  1959
  Jan      Moore-McCormack Cruise Lines
  Feb      Coca-Cola (couple in a heart design)
  Mar      General Dynamics
  Apr      Coca-Cola (Coke glass and bottle)
  May      Lady Sheaffer Pens
  Jun      Coca-Cola (glass in ice)
  Jul      Coca-Cola (picnic scene)
  Aug      Moore-McCormack Cruise Lines
  Sep      Lady Sheaffer Pens
  Oct      Coca-Cola (boy and girl at food drive in)
  Nov      Sheaffer's Pens
  Dec      Coca-Cola (Santa Clause and little boy)


  1960
  Jan      Moore-McCormick Lines
  Feb      Coca-Cola (man and woman in heart)
  Mar      General Dynamics Convair Airplane Division
  Apr      Coca-Cola (two glasses)
  May      Sheaffer's Pens
  Jun      Coca-Cola (woman squirting man with hose)
  Jul      Coca-Cola (on ice pad in water)
  Aug      Moore-McCormick Cruise Lines
  Sep      Sheaffer's Pens
  Oct      Coca-Cola (family bowling)
  Nov      Sheaffer's Pens
  Dec      Coca-Cola (Santa Clause)


  1961
  Jan      Moore-McCormick Cruise Lines
  Feb      Coca-Cola (woman and man dancing)
  Mar      General Dynamics
  Apr      Coca-Cola (glass)
  May      Sheaffer's Pens
  Jun      Coca-Cola (girl and boy at beach)
  Jul      Coca-Cola (three ice cream floats)
  Aug      Moore-McCormack Cruise Lines
  Sep      Sheaffer's Pens
  Oct      Coca-Cola (two glasses in ice)
  Nov      Sheaffer's Pens
  Dec      Coca-Cola (Santa Clause)


  1962
  Jan      Moore-McCormack Cruise Lines
  Feb      Coca-Cola (lady and man with valentine wreath)
  Mar      American President Lines
  Apr      Coca-Cola (glass)
  May      Sheaffer's Pens
  Jun      Coca-Cola (swimming pool)
  Jul      Coca-Cola (ice cream floats)
  Aug      Moore-McCormack Cruise Lines
  Sep      Sheaffer's Pens
  Oct      Coca-Cola (glass & bottle)
  Nov      Sheaffer's Pens
  Dec      Coca-Cola (Santa Clause)


  1963
  Jan      Moore-McCormick Cruise Lines
  Feb      Coca-Cola (woman and man)
  Mar      American President Lines
  Apr      Coca-Cola (three ladies in red)
  May      Sheaffer's Pens
  Jun      Coca-Cola (three glasses)
  Jul      Coca-Cola (lady lifeguard)
  Aug      Moore-McCormick Cruise Lines
  Sep      Sheaffer's Pens
  Oct      Coca-Cola (lady at sports game)
  Nov      Sheaffer's Pens
  Dec      Coca-Cola (Santa Clause)


  1964
  Jan      Moore-McCormack Cruise Lines
  Feb      Coca-Cola (man and woman roller-skating)
  Mar      American President Lines
  Apr      Coca-Cola (man and woman planting tree)
  May      Sheaffer's Pens
  Jun      Coca-Cola (glass)
  Jul      Coca-Cola (two bottles)
  Aug      Moore-McCormick Lines
  Sep      Sheaffer's Pens
  Oct      Coca-Cola (man, woman and pumpkin)
  Nov      Sheaffer's Pens
  Dec      Coca-Cola (Santa Clause and two children


  1965
  Jan      Moore-McCormack Lines
  Feb      Coca-Cola (two women under hair driers)
  Mar      American President Lines
  Apr      Coca-Cola (man and woman at drive-in food stand)
  May      Sheaffer's Pens
  Jun      Coca-Cola (woman in red swimsuit)
  Jul      Travelers Checks
  Aug      Moore-McCormack Lines
  Sep      Sheaffer's Pens
  Oct      Kellogg's Special K
  Nov      Kellogg's Special K
  Dec      Sheaffer's Pens


  1966
  Jan      Moore-McCormack Lines
  Feb      Kellogg's Special K
  Mar      United Air Lines
  Apr      Kellogg's Special K
  May      United Air Lines
  Jun      Kellogg's Special K
  Jul      Travelers Checks
  Aug      Moore-McCormack Lines
  Sep      American President Lines
  Oct      Kellogg's Special K
  Nov      Kellogg's Special K
  Dec      Sheaffer's Pens


  1967
  Jan      Moore-McCormack Lines
  Feb      Kellogg's Special K
  Mar      United Air Lines
  Apr      United Air Lines
  May      Kellogg's Concentrate Cereal
  Jun      First National City Travelers Checks
  Jul      Kellogg's Concentrate Cereal
  Aug      Moore-McCormack Lines
  Sep      American President Lines
  Oct      Kellogg's Product 19
  Nov      United Air Lines
  Dec      Sheaffer Pens


  1968
  Jan      United Air Lines
  Feb      Kellogg's Product 19
  Mar      Moore-McCormack Lines
  Apr      United Air Lines
  May      Kellogg's Special K
  Jun      First National City Travelers Checks
  Jul      Kellogg's Special K
  Aug      Kellogg's Special K
  Sep      Mazola Corn Oil
  Oct      Japan Air Lines
  Nov      United Air Lines
  Dec      United Air Lines


  1969
  Jan      United Air Lines
  Feb      Kellogg's Special K
  Mar      Moore-McCormack Lines
  Apr      United Air Lines
  May      Kellogg's Special K
  Jun      Mazola Corn Oil
  Jul      Kellogg's Special K
  Aug      Kellogg's Special K
  Sep      Mazola Corn Oil
  Oct      Japan Air Lines
  Nov      Zenith Chromacolor TV
  Dec      Kellogg's Special K



  1970
  Jan      Ford Thunderbird
  Feb      Mazola Corn Oil
  Mar      Canada
  Apr      Northwest's Orient
  May      Kellogg's Product 19
  Jun      Kellogg's Special K
  Jul      Kellogg's Special K
  Aug      Kellogg's Product 19
  Sep      Mazola Corn Oil
  Oct      Japan Air Lines
  Nov      Zenith (TV) Chromacolor
  Dec      Northwest Orient 747s
  

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