A Brooklyn company’s Art Deco ad

From a 1930s New Yorker comes this advertisement for liverwurst hors d’oeuvres. Mmm, sounds like a tasty Depression-era finger food. The ad is pretty snazzy though.


Stahl-Meyer was Brooklyn’s biggest manufacturer of ready-to-eat meat products, according to a 1965 New York Times article. Even cooler:  Their hot dogs were sold at Ebbets Field.

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2 Responses to “A Brooklyn company’s Art Deco ad”

  1. Christina Gonzalez Says:


    I was wondering if I would be able to see the original print ad or buy it??


  2. wildnewyork Says:

    I have it; it’s in an old issue of The New Yorker. Do you want to email me about it? Ephemeralnewyork at gmail dot com.

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