Camel Cigarettes -1934A
Endorsement by rich people. "I love the flavor of Camels," says Miss Evelyn Cameron Watts, and her feather cape is made of the plumage of the tropical "Lophophore" bird. Among the many distinguished women who prefer Camel's costlier tobaccos: Mrs. Nicholas Biddle, Miss Mary Byrd, Mrs Powell Cabot, Mrs. Thomas M. Carnegie Jr., Mrs J. Gardner Coolidge, 2nd, Mrs. Henry Field, Miss anne Gould, Mrs. James Russell Lowell, and Mrs. Potter d'Orsay Palmer. Wow. There are not words to describe this ad. Published in the November, 1934 issue of GOOD HOUSEKEEPING.
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