Newspaper ads from 1920 Johanna Eubank Sep 14, 2020 Sep 14, 2020 Modern conveniences that were advertised in the Arizona Daily Star in 1920. Advertisement for electric sewing machine The electric sewing machine saved a woman's feet. Arizona Daily Star archives Advertisement for electric fan The electric fan was marketed as a lifesaver in 1920. Archives Advertisement for hats Women wore hats when they went out in 1920. Archives Advertisement for Mazola An ad for Mazola to make better pie crusts appeared in 1920. Archives Advertisement for a new oven and range The latest in ranges was marketed in 1920. Arizona Daily Star archives Advertisement for a Victrola The latest in home entertainment, the Victrola. Arizona Daily Star archives Advertisement for electric washing machine Women were told they could "wash without work" in 1920. Arizona Daily Star archives Advertisement for electric laundry devices in 1920, an electric washer meant a woman didn't need to hire help for the laundry. Arizona Daily Star archives Advertisement for vacuum cleaner An electric vacuum cleaner saved women time when house cleaning in 1920. Archives Johanna Eubank Online producer Johanna Eubank is a digital producer for the Arizona Daily Star and tucson.com. She has been with the Star in various capacities since 1991. Author email Related to this collection Local news Being smarter in 2020: Star ads in 1920 give a glimpse of life for Tucson women Updated Sep 28, 2020 One thing is still the same. Women ─ indeed, all of us ─ still have a duty to vote.