For your health

This 1881 Wilcox & Co. ad for Cigares De Joy makes the claim that they benefit those suffering from "asthma, cough bronchitis, hay-fever, influenza, and shortness of breath.

Targeting Women

Power Of Positive Thinking This 1951 Philip Morris ad targeting female smokers asks supporters of the nascent women's liberation movement to think (and smoke) for themselves. CREDIT: Stanford School of Medicine

Fresh & Pure

Though hilariously and tragically absurd today, these vintage cigarette ads helped keep the tobacco industry booming just a few decades ago.

Psychological Exploits

Wait a minute - let me get this straight. Camel cigarette sooth your "raw" nerves. Maybe your nerves are raw because you're addicted to nicotine. This little informal riff on neurology comes from

Keeps you Slim

Stanford Research into the Impact of Tobacco Advertising

Menthol Medicates

Stanford Research into the Impact of Tobacco Advertising

Scientific Authority

Chesterfield cigarettes: "Science discovered it, you can prove it. No unpleasant after-taste. Added to the most famous ABCs. A - Always Milder, B - Better Tasting, C - Cooler Smoking"

Propaganda Etc.

Stanford Research into the Impact of Tobacco Advertising

Global Village

Stanford Research into the Impact of Tobacco Advertising

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