We love our fizzy sugary beverages. While today we drink from giant buckets of carbonated high-fructose corn syrup, once upon a time it was just a glass bottle or a can with a pop-top. Here’s a random assortment of folks and their beloved soda pop, gathered from ads, found photos, newspapers, and other ephemera. Enjoy.
A Coke frenzy, 1973
Enjoying Pepsi and Fritos at Frontierland at Disneyland., 1967
“Deposit 10 cents here”…. is she making a deposit?
“Pause for Living” was a regularly published booklet produced by Coca-Cola which featured recipes and Coke merchandise. This is from the Winter 1961 edition.
Disco-era fashions featuring Coke (and probably coke as well).
Dr. Pepper-aholics. Clearly, they have a problem they need to confront.
1970s Coke dealer (from a men’s magazine)
Nothing says “sexy” like posing next to a big vat of 7-Up
Patricia Paay partaking in an apple and 7-UP
Found photograph of a girl luring someone with a glass of Coke
Reedley College – Tiger Yearbook (Reedley, CA) – Class of 1974
A Playmate enjoys a bottle of Fanta
The Supremes drink Coca-Cola
I enjoy a cold soft drink as much as anyone, but c’mon.
Love is… never having to say you’re thirsty.