Camel Cigarettes -1931A
On the beach in Florida or California or Mexico, a woman in sun dress and hat lights a cigarette for a man in bathing suit. "Out of the North you come to ride the blue breakers...to bask on the sun-drenched sand...to seek respite, in a graceful interlude, from the rigors of the season. And Camels add to your enjoyment.... In their mild mellowness and refreshing fragrance is a subtle quality that only golden sunshine can bestow.... In the truest sense they, too, are comrades of the sun." Published in the March, 1931 issue of PHOTOPLAY. There's another woman in the picture, or perhaps it's just someone with a hat.
Source: Charles Perrien
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