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Genre Advertisements Remove constraint Genre: Advertisements Language English Remove constraint Language: English Creator Dow Chemical Company Remove constraint Creator: Dow Chemical Company

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    • circa 1951

    Color print advertisement for propylene glycol, U.S.P. manufactured and sold by the Dow Chemical Company for use as a solvent in sun tan lotions, cold creams, and other medicinal products. The advertisement features an…

    • 1926-May-29

    Advertisement for Dowflake Calcium Chloride, a product of the Dow Chemical Company, with view of a tree-lined residential street and unpaved road. Patented on February 17, 1925, Dowflake was marketed for use to control…

    • 1967

    Print advertisement for Dow Bathroom Cleaner emphasizing the ease of using a spray foam compared to traditional scouring products. The advertisement includes a store coupon to be used towards the purchase of Dow…

    • 1963

    Print advertisement promoting the use of soil fumigants manufactured by the Dow Chemical Company, including Telone and Fumazone, to kill nematodes, also known as roundworms or threadworms. The advertisement includes…

    • 1945-Jan-13

    Advertisement for the Dow Chemical Company's Synthetic Aromatics Division featuring yellow roses and a woman dressed in a ballgown and elbow-length gloves. This advertisement was published on page 60 of the January 13,…

    • 1950-Jun-17

    Advertisement for Dowflake Calcium Chloride, a product of the Dow Chemical Company marketed for use stabilizing road surfaces and as an efficient means of moisture control. The advertisement features a collection of…

    • 1940s

    Print advertisement for a range of insecticides and fungicides manufactured by the Dow Chemical Company, including "MIKE" Sulfur, DN-Dry Mix, and App-L-Set. The advertisement also includes tips for best spraying results.

    • 1939-Jun

    Advertisement for Dowflake Calcium Chloride, a product of the Dow Chemical Company marketed for use to control dust on unpaved roads and parking lots, as well as a roadway deicer. The advertisement details the nuisance…

    • 1963-Oct

    Double-sided print advertisement for the Dow Chemical Company's Chemical Sales Department extolling the virtues of Dow salesmen relative to machine-rendered data analysis and analytics. The front of the advertisement…

    • 1940

    Advertisement for Dowflake Calcium Chloride, a product of the Dow Chemical Company marketed for use as a roadway deicer and to keep stockpiles of abrasives like sand and cinders unfrozen. The advertisement features an…

    • 1943-Jan-23

    Advertisement for Dowflake Calcium Chloride, a product of the Dow Chemical Company marketed for use to enhance the durability of and speed the hardening process for concrete. The advertisement features a swirl of…

    • 1938

    Advertisement for Dowflake Calcium Chloride, a product of the Dow Chemical Company marketed for use as a deicer and to stabilize road surfaces. The advertisement features an icy residential street being treated with…

    • 1940

    Advertisement for Dowflake Calcium Chloride, a product of the Dow Chemical Company marketed for use to control dust on unpaved roads and parking lots, as well as a roadway deicer. The advertisement details the nuisance…

    • 1939

    Advertisement for Dowflake Calcium Chloride, a product of the Dow Chemical Company marketed for use as a curing agent to help facilitate water absorption during the preparation of concrete. The advertisement features …

    • 1929

    Advertisement for Dowflake Calcium Chloride, a product of the Dow Chemical Company, with view of a tree-lined, unpaved rural road. Patented on February 17, 1925, Dowflake was marketed for use to control dust on unpaved…

    • 1944

    Advertisement for Dowflake Calcium Chloride, a product of the Dow Chemical Company marketed for its ability to attract and retain moisture in a variety of applications. The advertisement features a hand drawing moisture…

    • 1927-May-07

    Advertisement for Dowflake Calcium Chloride, a product of the Dow Chemical Company marketed for use to control dust on unpaved roads and parking lots, as well as a roadway deicer. The advertisement details the nuisance…

    • 1928

    Advertisement for Dowflake Calcium Chloride, a product of the Dow Chemical Company. The advertisement features a man (bottom left) contemplating traffic accidents resulting from poor road conditions, while a second man…

    • 1923

    Advertisement for Dowflake Calcium Chloride, a product of the Dow Chemical Company marketed for use to control dust on unpaved roads and parking lots, as well as a roadway deicer. The advertisement details the nuisance…

    • 1927-Apr-16

    Print advertisement for Dowflake depicts a photographic reproduction of a car driving down a dirt road with trees and a body of water in the distance. Patented on February 17, 1925, Dowflake was marketed for use to…

    • 1927-May-28

    Print advertisement for Dowflake features two illustrations of country dirt roads with a description of the effectiveness of Dowflake. The bottom illustration depicts a crossroad with two automobiles traversing past the…

    • circa 1925

    Advertisement for Dowflake Calcium Chloride, a product of the Dow Chemical Company marketed for use to control dust on unpaved roads and parking lots, as well as a roadway deicer. The advertisement features a colored…

    • 1938-May-16

    Print advertisement for Dowflake depicts a couple driving an automobile waving to a passerby with a cloud of dust emanating from the dirt road. A hand-painted sign on the back of their automobile reads "Excuze [excuse]…

    • 1929-Jun-01

    Print advertisement for Flake Calcium Chloride depicts a curve in a country dirt road with trees framing the print and a body of water in the distance. The paragraph below the print discusses the dangers of driving…

    • 1927-Jun-18

    Print advertisement for Dowflake depicts a sack of Dowflake above a residential street scene with cars and a pedestrian traversing a dirt road past houses. The paragraph accompanying the illustration discusses…