Goodyear Takes sap From Tree Ad 1946
Goodyear Takes sap From Tree Ad 1946 This is a January 5, 1946 advertisement. It is a nice color ad from Goodyear Tire And Rubber Company of Akron. Ad shows Chemist in Goodyear Laboratory. Goodyear took liquid latex, the sap of the rubber tree, and beat it until it frothed up into air filled foam. When war stopped the flow of this sap, Goodyear attempted to make Airfoam from the man made latex used in the production of synthetic tires. It was a no go. so they created a new sap. It took to years to do it. But today Airfoam made from this new synthetic latex gives you the same comfort you knew before. In prewar Airfoam. In mint condition. Photo is taken through plastic and may show wrinkles or crookedness that is not in the ad. This original magazine tear sheet measures 10 1/2 inches wide by 13 3/4 inches tall.
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