This ad for Camel cigarettes from the November 23, 1936 issue of Life Magazine takes a Thanksgiving theme, advising that "You enjoy food more and have a feeling of greater ease after eating when you smoke Camels between courses and after meals."
They quote Miss Dorothy Malone, a "food editor," who says "It's smart to have [...]
We continue to mine Google's online photo gallery including millions of images from Life magazine's archives.
The photograph above, shot by Alfred Eisenstaedt in 1942, in Omaha, NE, is of "women working in meat processing and packing plant," apparently stuffing tubes of meat into tin cans.
This week, Google opened an online photo gallery that includes millions of images from Life magazine's archives dating from the 1860s to the 1970s.
The photograph above, shot by Arthur Schatz in 1972, is of author and chef James Beard "in the kitchen creating light trails a la Picasso with special spoon and time lapse [...]