1939: Baby Plus Fire Equals Tires

1939: Baby Plus Fire Equals Tires

1939: Baby Plus Fire Equals Tires

Modern advertising generally avoids imagery of babies playing with fire.

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2 Responses to 1939: Baby Plus Fire Equals Tires

  1. Fred Monick says:

    This was my friend’s grandfather’s company, based in Sioux Falls. HIs grandfather was was eventually the mayor of Sioux falls. Graff Motor was sold to competitors after my friend’s father, Ray Graff, died in the mid 1970’s. I worked there occasionally after school as a delivery driver and a stock boy.

  2. Matt Graff says:


    This was my grand fathers company. I would love to have any of the branded marketing peices if anyone out there has any.

    Please contact me at mg[at]graffx.com

    Thank you,