Wednesday, March 16, 2011

General Electric, 1966

General Electric ad, 1966
General Electric ad, 1966, originally uploaded by Gatochy.

Click image for 770 x 1000 size. Scanned from The Golden Age of Advertising - the 60s.

"General Electric Has It!

General Electric cares!

Bouffant bonnet has reach-in top - for checking dryness.
Air is intanstly heated here for faster drying.

Portable... adjustable waist or shoulder strap.

Attractive embossed carrying and storage case.

General Electric has the hair dryer with an 'Instant Heat' unit. It's next to the bonnet for faster hair drying. Large Sally Victor bouffant bonnet... reach-in top to let you check drying. Portable... lightweight... 4 heat selections. Luxurious carrying case, too!

New! Fanfare Clock with Mel-O-Tone alarm to wake you with musical tones. Lighted dial for nightime. Attractive sandalwood-color case. 3 1/4 in. high; 5 1/2 in. wide.

Toasts - and bakes! General Electric's Toast-R-Oven toasts both sides at once. Top-browns... bakes potatoes, frozen foods, and pies... reheats foods, too!

General Electric has the Spray, Steam and Dry Travel Iron for touch-up ironing at school and to take on trips. Adapter plugs for foreign travel. Fold-down handle.

General Electric Company, Housewares Division, Bridgeport, Conn, 06602

Progress Is Our Most Important Product"

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