Columbia Records – 1970s
It’s pretty crazy to think but in the 1970’s, you could actually receive 13 tapes or records just only one dollar. While joining a record club might be old news, the most similar thing we have today is a subscription box. However, you’d be hard pressed to find a subscription box for anything for just one dollar.
Ohio Carriage Company – 1900s
While it might seem crazy to us that a company would be explicitly advertising that there are “no boy or girl laborers employed,” it’s a sign of the times, since back then, child labor was quite common. Today, we tend to take it as a given, although many companies do still employ children overseas, and also criminally underpay them.