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  • I Predict … by Lurelle Guild - The Weatherhead Company ad. artwork by Lurelle Guild

    I Predict…by Lurelle Guild. Forecasting the Future of railroads 1944

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    I Predict…by Lurelle Guild. Forecasting the Future of railroads 1944

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    Hi-res digital file. The Weatherhead Company ad published in Fortune in February 1944.
    Artwork by Lurelle Van Arsdale Guild, an architect, industrial and interior designer.

    …The railroad car of tomorrow will make today’s deluxe cars resemble the stagecoach by comparison. I have designed for one of the country’s largest railroads a train embodying numerous new and practical features, including super-efficient heating and cooling to eliminate dust, germs, and draft…

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  • All the Comforts of Roam. American Railroads ad, artwork by James Bingham - Life. April 24, 1944

    All the Comforts of Roam. American Railroads Forecasting the Future 1944

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    Hi-res digital file. American Railroads ad published in Life Magazine on April 24, 1944.

    …The day is coming when a train trip will again be something to look forward to eagerly — something to be enjoyed at ease, in spacious comfort — and all at a moderate price.
    That of course will be after the war is won. It will be when the armed forces no longer need nearly half of all our passenger equipment to move fighting men. It will be when many coaches and Pullmans now busy in war service can be honorably retired to make way for new cars with comfort, convenience, and thoughtful appointments beyond anything the past has known…

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  • Trains of thought for the Future. American Railroads ad - Life. March 27, 1944

    Train of Thought for the Future. American Railroads Streamline 1947. Hi-Res file

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    Hi-res digital file. American Railroads ad published in Life Magazine on March 27, 1944.

    …Someday this war will be won by America and her Allies.
    Our first duty meanwhile is to meet the demands of the war. This we are doing.
    And we’d like you to know our ideas of comfort and style go far beyond what we’re able to offer today. That’s why we print the picture below….

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  • It's years ahead of schedule. General Motor's Exciting New Train of Tomorrow. artwork by John Clymer - Life. June 16, 1947

    It’s years ahead of schedule. General Motor’s Exciting New Train of Tomorrow. 1946

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    Hi-res digital file. Ad published in Life Magazine on June 16, 1947.

    …Conceived by General Motors engineers and stylists, this new train, from the powerful Diesel locomotive to its unique and beautiful observation car, is packed throughout with vivid and stimulating ideas for future travel pleasure. Among these, there is the Astra Dome, a 32-foot glass-enclosed observation deck built into the roof of every car—giving passengers a giraffe’s-eye view of the passing landscape and skyscape….

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  • Picture your family in a train like this! American Railroads, artwork by John Clymer - Life. December 2, 1946

    Picture Your Family in a Train like This. American Locomotive Ad 1946. Hi-Res file

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    Picture Your Family in a Train like This. American Locomotive Ad 1946. Hi-Res file

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    Hi-res digital file. An American Locomotive ad published in Life Magazine on December 2, 1946.

    …One day soon you’ll board a brand -new train with the kids—and every hour of the trip will be “The Children’s Hour.”
    Skilled attendants will entertain your youngsters in a wonder room made especially for children. There’ll be a building block, storybooks, slippery slides, movies, and games galore to keep their trip—and yours—from being tiresome…..

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  • It’s always fair weather. Pennsylvania Railroad ad - Life. June 30, 1941

    It’s always fair weather. Pennsylvania Railroad Ad 1941. Hi-Res file

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    It’s always fair weather. Pennsylvania Railroad Ad 1941. Hi-Res file

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    Hi-res digital file. A Pennsylvania Railroad ad published in Life Magazine on June 30, 1941.

    …It’s always fair weather because Pennsylvania’s Railroad’s great Fleet goes 365 days a year – come rain, come hail, come storm, come sun. In fact, the weather has nothing to do with its smooth, punctual service….

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  • “North Western” ENLARGES ITS GREAT “400” FLEET. Pullman-Standard ad - Life. November 2, 1946

    North Western enlarges its great “400” fleet. Built by Pullman-Standard. Ad 1946

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    North Western enlarges its great “400” fleet. Built by Pullman-Standard. Ad 1946

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    Hi-res digital file. A Pullman-Standard ad published in Life Magazine, February 11, 1946.

    …Fast, luxurious, dependable, the “400”s have won distinction among the great trains of America. You, the millions who have patronized the “400”s, have given them a service record which has few equals–bot in passengers volume and operating result…

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  • Holiday for Two! New York Central Ad - Life. May 31, 1948

    Holidate for two! on New York Central’s New Luxury Coaches. Ad 1948

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    Holidate for two! on New York Central’s New Luxury Coaches. Ad 1948

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    Hi-res digital file. A New York Central ad published in Life Magazine, May 31, 1948.

    …We Couldn’t Budge on Our Budget! Water Level Route scenery’s a swell background for dining car meals. It makes great sightseeing, too, from the wide windows of our air-cooled coach. We’ll Have More to Spend at the Other End! Coach fares save us enough for extra vacation fun of our trip aboard the world’s largest new luxury coach fleet

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  • Abdulla Cigarettes Ad - Melisande at Montecarlo. N.3 AU CAFE DE PARIS. La Vie Parisienne. April 16, 1921. Artwork by Anne Harriet Fish.

    Abdulla Cigarettes 1921. Mélisande a Monte-Carlo N.3 Au Café de Paris. Art Anne Fish

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    Abdulla Cigarettes 1921. Mélisande a Monte-Carlo N.3 Au Café de Paris. Art Anne Fish

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    High-Resolution file digitally restored. Published in “La Vie Parisienne” on April 4, 1921. Artwork by Anne Harriet Fish.
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  • Abdulla Cigarettes Ad - Melisande at Montecarlo. No. 4. AU CASINO. La Vie Parisienne. May 7, 1921. Artwork by Anne Harriet Fish.

    Mélisande a Monte-Carlo N.4 Au Casino. Abdulla Cigarettes 1921. Art Anne Fish

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    Mélisande a Monte-Carlo N.4 Au Casino. Abdulla Cigarettes 1921. Art Anne Fish

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    High-Resolution file digitally restored. Published in “La Vie Parisienne” on June 6, 1921. Artwork by Anne Harriet Fish.
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  • Abdulla Cigarettes Ad - Melisande at Montecarlo. No. 4. AU CASINO. La Vie Parisienne. May 7, 1921. Artwork by Anne Harriet Fish.

    Mélisande a Montecarlo N.5 Sur les terraces. Art Anne Fish. Abdulla Cigarettes 1921

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    Mélisande a Montecarlo N.5 Sur les terraces. Art Anne Fish. Abdulla Cigarettes 1921

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    High-Resolution file digitally restored. Published in “La Vie Parisienne” on June 6, 1921. Artwork by Anne Harriet Fish.
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  • Abdulla Cigarettes Ad - Melisande at Montecarlo. No. 6. AU BALCON / AT THE BALCONY. La Vie Parisienne. July 2, 1921. Artwork by Anne Harriet Fish.

    Mélisande a Montecarlo N.6 Au Balcon. Art Anne Fish. Abdulla Cigarettes 1921

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    Mélisande a Montecarlo N.6 Au Balcon. Art Anne Fish. Abdulla Cigarettes 1921

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    High-Resolution file digitally restored. Published in “La Vie Parisienne” on July 2, 1921. Artwork by Anne Harriet Fish.
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