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Brewing Industry! Download Vintage Full-Size High Resolution Images! 28 Magazine Ads in this package.

Products include: (1951) United States Brewers Foundation. "Mens Night In The Kitchen," by Douglass Crockwell. Number 52 in the series "Home LIfe in America." (1951) Licensed Beverage Industries. "You see, I'm Bill Riggs, a master cooper here in Louisville, and I've been making charred oak barrels for aging good whiskey for almost as long as I can remember. It's a good job, and I'm proud of it." (1948) United States Brewers Foundation. "A Snack After The Movies," by Stevan Dohanos. Number 14 in the series "Home Life in America." (1953) United States Brewers Foundation. "First Fine Day of Spring," by John Gannam. Num,ber 81 in the series "Home Life in America." (1956) United States Brewers Foundation. "Do-It-Yourself Decorators, by Pruett Carter. Number 118 in the Series "Home LIfe in America." (1951) United States Brewers Foundation. "Out By The Golden Gate," by Douglass Crockwell. Number 61 in the series "Home Life in America." (1945) United States Brewers Foundation. Thanksgiving Dinner by Andree Rouellan. One of a series of typical American scenes and customs painted by America's foremost artists. (1949) United States Brewers Foundation. "An Evening Of Bowling," by Douglass Crockwell. Number 26 in the series "Home Life in America." (1944) Brewing Industry Foundation. Men of the Marine Corps say letters keep up morale... Write that V-Mail letter today. (1940) Licensed Beverage Industries. Composed of distillers, importers, vintners, wholesalers and the leading associations of retailers, stands for the attainment of legal regulation and self-regulation. (1940) United Brewers Industrial Foundation. Beer and Ale Taxes are well over a million dollars a day. (1948) United States Brewers Foundation. "Week End In The Country," by Austin Briggs. Number 19 in the series "Home Life in America." (1948) United States Brewers Foundation. "Getting Ready For Christmas," by Douglass Crockwell. Number 24 in the series "Home Life in America." (1947) United States Brewers Foundation. "After The Wedding" by John Gannam. Number 5 in the series, "Home Life in America," by noted American Illustrators. (1955) United States Brewers Foundation. What makes a glass of beer taste so good? "We Won!" by Haddon Sundblom. Number 114 in the Series "Home LIfe in America." (1954) United States Brewers Foundation. In this friendly, freedom-loving land of ours... Beer Belongs - Enjoy It! "Summer Picnic," by Douglass Crockwell. Number 97 in the series, "Home Life in America." (193) Brewing Industry Foundation. It's Mr. Potter's "Sunday Morning Special"... (1944) Brewing Industry Foundation. The United States Navy says: "Nothing is so important to the morale of our fighting men as letters from home. Write that letter today." (1949) United States Brewers Foundation. "Decorating For Christmas," by Douglass Crockwell. Number 37 in the series "Home LIfe in America." (1944) Men of the Coast Guard say letters keep up morale. Write that V-Mail letter today. A glass of beer or ale, not of crucial importance, surely, yet it is little things like this that help mean home to all of us, that do so much to builds morale, ours and his. (1954) Douglass Crockwell Painting. The Boss Comes to Dinner. Number 93 in the Series, Home Life in America. In this friendly, freedom-loving land of ours...Beer Belongs - Enjoy It! Beer and Ale - America's Beverages of Moderation. Brewing Industry (1954) John Gannam Painting. Time Out In The Planting. Number 94 in the Series, Home Life in America. Sponsored by the United States Brewers Foundation...Chartered 1862. (1946) Mead Schaeffer. Family Musicale. Number 2 in the series, Home Life in America, by noted American illustrators. In this home-loving land of ours...in this America of kindliness, of friendship, of good-humored tolerance...perhaps no beverages are more at home on more occasions than good American beer and ale. American Beer (1956) Beer has its own friendly way of saying Come and get it. Whether you're camping in Yosemite or just having a barbecue in your back yard - it's not a real cook-out unless there's good American beer or ale on hand. And More!

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Brewing Industry! Download Vintage Full-Size High Resolution Images! 28 Magazine Ads in this package. Products include: (1951) United States Brewers Foundation. "Mens Night In The Kitchen," by Douglass Crockwell. Number 52 in the series "Home LIfe i
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