Which linoleum will work for the kitchen?
There are very few images from this series from AGH in Gloucester. There are no names, documents or ideas on what campings or programs the photos were a part of, though they do have a nice 70’s feel going on.
You know a 3.5 horse Sears motor can run a yacht? Especially, if the bottom is painted with Gloucester Paints!
Another interesting concept from Vincent Advertising on Haven Ave. I love the hand on the right side holding up the motor and the odd placements of everything else. 1960’s advertising at an all time high!
What the tagline, who is the market?
I love these old ad concepts from Haven Ave. They were likely for Cape Ann savings bank, though I have not seen any ads or comps that take these concepts any further. Elizabeth is the one pulling and the cut out $$, though I am not sure if that is Ken’s hand placing the O. Does marriage really = mortgage
This is one of those photos that you wish you had more than one of.
Though it is just so wonderful!
I wonder what it was selling?
A young Peter Vincent ASMA, says hi! I t looks like an ad campaign though, I have never seen the ad.
These were taken at 18 Haven. Look at the trees.
Rockport’s own Jane Squires often worked as a model for Vincent’s Advertising. My guess this was an ad campaign for Cape Ann Savings Bank and a vacation savings campaign.