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Gibson girls: A recurring image in ads circa 1910.

Pre-depression: Ads of the '20s were beautifully illustrated.

Star power: Edmond O'Brien and Lucille Ball in a '40s ad.

All-weather ads: Campaign of the '50s.

"I'll cool you": Slogan circa World War I.

Late '40s: An animated "Pepsi & Pete" spot.

1950s: Polly Bergen in "Have a Pepsi, the Light Refreshment."

1964-1965: TV spots stressed ". . . those who think young."

1976: "Puppies" was part of the "Pepsi People Feelin' Free" campaign.

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