Monday, October 26, 2009

McCallum Hosiery, 1914

McCallum Hosiery ad, 1914, originally uploaded by Gatochy.

From Taschen's "All-American Ads 1900-1919". Click image for 580 x 700 size.

"'Silk Stockings?'

Of course, some beautiful silk stockings would be just the thing! Something a little better than she would buy herself. She'd like McCallum's No. 113 - very fine black all silk hose, known to be the most satisfactory silk stocking made. Or. No. 201 - very sheer, with hand embroidered clocks. McCallum's No. 153 are made in any color to match shoes or gowns on a few day's notice.

McCallum's Silk Hosiery

If you're making gift's of men's hose - ask for McCallum's No. 326 - pure thread silk, heavy weight, black and colors. And No. 329 - rib-shot silk, the most distinctive hose on the market.

Sold at the Best Shops Everywhere."

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