National Geographic : 1934 Aug
Again this year--approximately one of every three at Chicago's Century of Progress Exposition pause and refresh themselves with ice-cold Coca-Cola. In 1933 more than twenty-two million people attended, and at the soda fountains and refreshment stands within the fair grounds more than six million, five hundred thousand drinks of Coca-Cola were served. Because its life and sparkle go quickly into energy. It keeps you going-feeling fit for what's ahead. Coca-Cola Bottling Plant in the Food and Agricultural Building at Chicago's 1934 Fair. COCA-COLACO., A TLA NT A.GA. "Meet me at Chicago's Fair" The Jrinl tILat eeps you feeling it everywhere You can be sure it is pure and wholesome. Coca-Cola is a pure drink of natural products, with no artificial flavor or col oring. Complying with pure food laws all over the world.