Life Savers Candy ads from 1922

Candy manufacturer Clarence Crane of Garrettsville, Ohio, (father of the poet Hart Crane) invented the brand in 1912 as a “summer candy” that could withstand heat better than chocolate. The candy’s name is derived from its similarity to the shape of life preservers used

Lark Cigarettes Ads from 1970

In 1963 Liggett & Myers introduced the Lark brand with its trademark charcoal filter in an effort to halt a five-year downward drift in sales. Lark Cigarettes 1970

Smirnoff Vodka 1984 Ads

It is now distributed in 130 countries. It is produced in several countries including India, Ireland, Italy, the United Kingdom and the United States. Smirnoff ads 1984