Advertising in the 1930s

A Tasmanian news magazine from August 1930 shines a light on advertising claims for medicines of that time, writes Ralph Tapping The Illustrated Tasmanian Mail was a 70-page weekly magazine featuring local news, accompanied by a range of advertisments. In the days before television, computers, the internet and smart phones, and when commercial radio was

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