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US Vogue May 1976 Photo Mitchell Gray Model Karen Bjornson My scan

Early 1970s eve Filter Cigarettes in a psychedelic, trippy, MOD, flower power kind of package. Introduced in 1971 to thwart the competition of Virginia Slims. The filter and box of early 70s generation Eves were decorated with flowers to look feminine and fashionable, specifically signifying that this was a lady's cigarette, as well as to catch the eye of consumers.

Early 1970s eve Filter Cigarettes in a psychedelic, trippy, MOD, flower power kind of package. Introduced in 1971 to thwart the competition of Virginia Slims. The filter and box of early 70s generation Eves were decorated with flowers to look feminine and fashionable, specifically signifying that this was a lady's cigarette, as well as to catch the eye of consumers.

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You've come a long way, baby.

I used to go into the store as a 7 or 7 year old child and buy my mother her cigarettes. She smoked the menthols. Scary to think about now that I have kids.

1977 Virginia Slims Cigarette Ad You've Come A by AdVintageCom

1977 Virginia Slims Cigarette Ad You've Come A Long Way Baby Woman Smoking Photo Women's Lib Vintage Advertising Print Wall Art

"You've come a long way baby" Virginia Slims print advertising, 1970's

"You've come a long way baby" Virginia Slims print advertising,

Virginia Slims 120's Menthol Sample Pack 1985 Philip Morris Unopened Cigarettes

Virginia Slims 120's Menthol Sample Pack 1985 Philip Morris Unopened Cigarettes

Growing Up, Virginia, High School

“You’ve come a long way, baby.”  Virginia Slims vintage ads

Virginia Slims - Another disappearing brand of women's cigarette. From: History's Dumpster: Forgotten Cigarette Brands

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