National Geographic : 1945 Dec
INTHE 50 's,e" €Y mIw 11t:W fcf e ur eywe J r Today: the modern Flame-Grain Kaywoodie, a specimen-pipe handsomely marked by Nature, $10. Shape No 12B. "Saddle Bit Bulldog." Steamboats plied the Mississippi,and one of the founders of our business travelled on the River, and by stage coach, to answer the call for pipes from the growing South and West. A reproduction of Steamboat illustration in colors, together with book let illustrating Kaywoodie Pipes, will be sent on receipt of 10¢ to cover costs. "Kaywoodie Briar" means briar that has been IMPORTED, selected, and satisfactorily seasoned exclusively for Kay woodie Pipes. COPR. 1945 -w- e < ard e 4 devoted to producing satisfying pipes have culminated in the Kaywoodie Pipe of today. In it are incor porated the best qualities garnered from those years of experience. From the new Kaywoodie Pipes you will get everything that en hances the pleasure of pipe-smoking. Kaywoodies may be had at your dealer's. $3.50 to $25. Kaywoodie Company, New York and London - In New York, 630 Fifth Ave., New York 20.