Misleading Vintage Ads Promoting The Benefits Of Smoking

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One Response to Misleading Vintage Ads Promoting The Benefits Of Smoking

  1. dalecooper57 says:

    Spud? Really?
    I remember Craven A being sold as good for the throat. Scandalous when you think about it.

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