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VINTAGE NOVELTY "SMOKING LADY" CERAMIC ASHTRAY- AFRICAN AMERICAN CERAMIC ART KITSCHY BLACK AMERICANA

VINTAGE NOVELTY "SMOKING LADY" CERAMIC ASHTRAY- AFRICAN AMERICAN CERAMIC ART KITSCHY BLACK AMERICANA

Can You Identify What War These Soldiers Fought In Just By A Photograph? | PlayBuzz

Can You Identify What War These Soldiers Fought In Just By A Photograph?

AFRICAN-AMERICAN: Black soldiers in Spanish American War. Historians say that the Buffalo Soldiers (blacks) charged San Juan Hill before Teddy Roosevelt but in that era it would be politically incorrect to give credits to the black soldiers.

the civilizing effect of Pear's Soap,  I gotta wonder at this "White Man's Burden" though.  Just how big of a burden is imperialism?

From my free European Imperialism image pack: An ad for Pears' Soap: The first step towards lightening the White Man’s Burden is through teaching the virtues of cleanliness.

Cuss words removed, but I got this from another pinner. Very true though. I'm glad someone said something about it. The Irish, Chinese, and American Indians were treated horrifically.

The Absurdity of Reparations

Irish Slaves and white slaves were real despite what the marxist progressive grievance industry and liberal professors tells you. Facts about Irish Slaves

<b>African-Americans, Mexicans, Scots, Chinese, Japanese, Native Americans — it's a melting pot of stereotypes.</b> 1910 — 1976.

1949 ad.

General Electric makes a housewife's servant's life easier. "'I'se sure got a good job now!' New General Electric sink ends the two most distateful kitchen tasks.

Not thrilled with the derogatory reference. All ads are vintage and politically incorrect.

Vintage Ads That Would Be Banned Today

vintage everyday: Racism Has a Long History in Advertising. Here are 15 Shockingly Racist Vintage Ads

racist ad---- Here again , is someone telling me that this is racist! To me it isn't!!!!

Vintage Ephemera: Advertising poster: Carhart & Brother celebrated B-D & T roasted coffee, 1907

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Charles Twelvetrees was an American postcard illustrator, and drew a comic strip about a duck called Johnny Quack” for the New York Hera.

Charles Twelvetrees (1888 – 1948) So cute and soooo "politically incorrect" by today's standards.

Charles Twelvetrees (1888 – 1948)

Does You Think Dat Smelly Cabbage Make De Kisses Sweet Yuh Savage ~ Artist Charles Twelvetrees

Racist Vintage Ad.  Classic late 1960s Levy’s ad by Doyle Dane Bernbach.  It bothers a lot of people today.

“You Don’t Have to Be Jewish to Love Levy’s Rye Bread,” was an award-winning 1967 advertising campaign that introduced Jewish ethnicity into mainstream marketing. Posters often rely on stereotypes as.

1940 ad. | 20 Of The Most Racist Vintage Ads

20 Of The Most Racist Vintage Ads

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