Recent Submissions

  • On Mother's Day, May 13th : wear ... give ... the Mother's Day Flower ... Colorado Carnations 

    Contributor:United Floral Industry of Colorado
    Date:undated
    Color newspaper ad for the United Floral Industry of Colorado for the Mother's Day holiday, on May 13th, featured in the [Denver Post, 1962]
  • Salute to Easter! 

    Contributor:United Floral Industry of Colorado
    Date:1962
    Color newspaper ad for the United Floral Industry of Colorado for the Easter holiday, 1962, featured in the Denver Post April. 18 1962.
  • Your share of a billion and a half dollar business 

    Contributor:Colorado Flower Growers Association
    Date:1967
    4-page trade insert (1st page, cover of Southern Living, June 1967, is not included) to retail florists announcing an ad appearing as the inside back cover of Southern Living magazine (1967) and the ad's impact on flower sales.
  • This bud vase helped over 2,000 florists increase their "commercial account" business in 1966. This year, we're going to put it to work for you again (see inside) 

    Contributor:Colorado Flower Growers Association
    Date:1967
    4-page trade insert to retail florists announcing the association's 1967 market builder, appearing in Flower News (1967-02-25), Teleflora Spirit (1967-03-01), and FTD News (1967-03-01), to promote business flower sales.
  • This bud vase can be your key to cracking one of the country's most profitable markets for cut flowers 

    Contributor:Colorado Flower Growers Association
    Date:1966?
    4-page trade insert to retail florists announcing the association's national advertisement campaign, CFGA market builder, for its first time in 1966, to attract commercial customers and promote business flower sales.
  • Colorado Motor Carrier and Rocky Mountain Motor Carrier, April 1967 

    Contributor:Colorado Motor Carriers' Association
    Date:1967
    4-page flyer to Colorado Flower Growers Association members to inform them about a feature article in the April (1967) issue of the Colorado Motor Carrier magazine on the Colorado flower growers' story and gold-medal ...
  • Welcome your guests with spice-sweet, longer-lasting Colorado Carnations! 

    Contributor:Colorado Flower Growers Association
    Date:1960?-1969?
    Page [9] and page [10] of a [10] page (6 leaves) trade insert to retail florists announcing one of a series of ads to appear in the May (ca. 1960s) issue of the House & Garden magazine of party table decoration featuring ...
  • Colorado Carnations present...Tables on Show 

    Contributor:Colorado Flower Growers Association
    Date:1960?-1969?
    Front cover and its verso of a [10] page (6 leaves) trade insert to retail florists announcing one of a series of ads to appear in the May (ca. 1960s) issue of the House & Garden magazine of party table decoration featuring ...
  • Honest guest 

    Contributor:Colorado Flower Growers Association
    Date:1960?-1969?
    Trade insert to retail florists announcing an ad appearing in the House & Garden and House Beautiful magazines (date unknown, ca. 1960s) of Colorado Carnations for decorating table with guests.
  • Beauty bright for your home with Colorado Carnations 

    Contributor:Colorado Flower Growers Association
    Date:1960?-1969?
    Trade insert to retail florists announcing an ad (publication unknown) of Colorado Carnations for home decor.
  • You'll love Colorado Carnations on your table 

    Contributor:Colorado Flower Growers Association
    Date:1960?-1969?
    Trade insert to retail florists announcing an ad (publication unknown) of Colorado Carnations for home decor.
  • I love you 

    Contributor:Colorado Flower Growers Association
    Date:1960?-1969?
    Trade insert to retail florists announcing an ad appearing in the House & Garden and House Beautiful magazines (date unknown, ca. 1960s) of Colorado Carnations as gift to express a message of love for engagement and ...
  • Thank you 

    Contributor:Colorado Flower Growers Association
    Date:1960?-1969?
    Trade insert to retail florists announcing an ad appearing in the House & Garden and House Beautiful magazines (date unknown, ca. 1960s) of Colorado Carnations as gift to express "Thank you", "Congratulations", or "Good luck".
  • For a heavenly wedding...beautiful brides choose spice sweet Colorado Carnations 

    Contributor:Colorado Flower Growers Association
    Date:1960?-1969?
    Trade insert to retail florists announcing an ad (publication unknown) of Colorado Carnation for decorating wedding, and the carnations' top quality for being air-conditioned.
  • Holiday cheer 2 

    Contributor:Colorado Flower Growers Association
    Date:1960?-1969?
    Trade insert to retail florists announcing an ad (publication unknown) of Colorado Carnation for decorating holiday parties, and how they would profit with a regular order of Colorado Carnations.
  • Holiday cheer 1 

    Contributor:Colorado Flower Growers Association
    Date:1960?-1969?
    Trade insert to retail florists announcing an ad (publication unknown) of Colorado Carnation for decorating holidays, and a name change on the trade-mark seals to "Gold Medal" Colorado Carnations.
  • Bring Cool Colorado into your home… 

    Contributor:Colorado Flower Growers Association
    Date:1960?-1969?
    Trade insert to retail florists announcing an ad (publication unknown) of Colorado Carnations for home decor.
  • Give your home a springtime lift with Colorado Carnations 

    Contributor:Colorado Flower Growers Association
    Date:1960?-1969?
    Trade insert to retail florists announcing an ad (publication unknown) of Colorado Carnation for home decor.
  • Thinking of you 

    Contributor:Colorado Flower Growers Association
    Date:1960?-1969?
    Trade insert to retail florists announcing an ad (publication unknown) of Colorado Carnation for holiday remembrance.

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