This 1948 vintage ad for General Mills has a photo by Victor Keppler of a lady sitting on the porch shelling peas as she talks to her son with the caption, “Mother, you’re an old plutocrat!”
Year Published: 1948
Approximate overall size – inches: 10 x 13.5
“But doesn’t the company pay more money to the stockholders than to the employees?
By no means. The employees get several times as much as the stockholders. For example, I read in the last General Mills annual report that 37½ million dollars was paid to the 12,000 employees, compared with 6 million to us 12,000 stockholders.”
This is a 70 yr. old original vintage ad removed from a 1948 publication and is not a reproduction of any kind.