1946-1965

"Advertising is the very essence of democracy."
 
- Anton Chekhov (Russian writer)

 After World War II, Trinity School's publications were back in full swing. Along with neighborhood businesses including Rogers Peet Company and Saks Fifth Avenue, personal hygiene products including Kolynos toothpaste and L’Aimaint perfume from Coty began running ads as well. During the 1960s, larger national companies such as Chrysler, the Continental Grain Company and Pepsi began advertising in the newspaper and yearbook.

Rogers Peet advertisement from Trinity Yearbook, 1948

Yearbook, 1948

Saks Fifth Avenue advertisement in Trinity Yearbook, 1951

Yearbook, 1951

Kolynos Chlorophyll Toothpaste advertisement in Trinity Yearbook, 1953

Yearbook, 1953

Jane Engel advertisement from Trinity Yearbook, 1954

Yearbook, 1954

Rogers Peet advertisement from Trinity Yearbook, 1955

Yearbook, 1955

Adirondack Camp for Boys advertisement in Trinity Yearbook, 1956

Yearbook, 1956

Rogers Peet advertisement from Trinity Yearbook, 1959

Yearbook, 1959

Coty advertisement from Trinity Yearbook, 1961

Yearbook, 1961

Chrysler advertisement in Trinity Yearbook, 1961

Yearbook, 1961

Saks Fifth Avenue advertisement from Trinity Yearbook, 1963

Yearbook, 1963

Duvernoy Bakeries and Reid's Ice Cream advertisements from the Trinity Times vol. 31, no. 10, 1963

Trinity Times, 1963

Continental Grain Company advertisement from Trinity Yearbook, 1965

Yearbook, 1965

Pepsi advertisement in Trinity Yearbook, 1965

Yearbook, 1965