|Title||Advertisement featuring Duncan Hines Early American cake mixes.|
|Collection||Duncan Hines Collection|
|Object Name||Ad, Magazine|
|Other Number||Broadside 1567|
Magazine advertisement featuring Duncan Hines cake mixes. The advertisement was featured in the February 1962 edition of McCall's magazine. The top of the page features the Duncan Hines Early American Cake Mix eagle logo. Beneath this is printed "Cake rediscovered! The richest kind you ever tasted . . . moist, deep-flavored, chewy with fruit and nuts. This is followed by text providing more information on the cake mixes.
The bottom half of the advertisement is filled with a color photograph of a Butter Pecan Cake. The top right corner of this illustration features pictures of Duncan Hines Early American cake mix boxes. The lower right corner of the picture features text: "Early American Butter Pecan...nut-sweet with chopped pecans, fragrant with butterscotch flavor, recalling the moist, rich, butter-and-brown-sugar cake of old. Only from Duncan Hines Early American Cake Mixes."
Hines, Duncan, 1880-1959
|Existence of Copies|
|Dates of Creation||January / February 1962|
Color advertisement printed on magazine quality paper; Advertisement has been removed from the magazine.
34 cm x 26.8 cm
|Number of Images||1|