Smart thin tumblers that outlast ordinary tumblers 3 to 1 [advertisement].

Smart thin tumblers that outlast ordinary tumblers 3 to 1 [advertisement].

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Corning Glass Works.
Published In: 
Saturday Evening Post September 18, 1948.
1 page : color ; 35 x 27 cm
paper ink print single sided
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Range 144, Bay 5, Shelf 7, Dianne Williams collection on Pyrex, Box 1, Folder 4
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Smart thin tumblers that outlast ordinary tumblers three to one
Advertisement features central image of yellow and black box, with lid partially open, filled with "Corning double-tough tumblers". Image on upper left corner is of tumbler with cartoon face and winking eye and four cartoon men demonstrating its strength by trying to break it. Small image of tall hotel building with caption "tested at New York hotels" on lower left corner and four simple drawings of various sized tumblers, with pricing, appears on lower right corner.
"1948 - Sept. 70" written in black and red ink on yellow slip of paper affixed to upper right corner.
This item is part of the Dianne Williams collection on Pyrex.
Purchase; Transferred from CMOG Admin/Dianne Williams; 2010 1000142877
Dianne Williams Collection on Pyrex
Digitized by Boston Photo Imaging May 2014.
Pyrex advertising and trade materials