A little bit on Fairman Wallace “Wally” Taber here and here. Dude studied photography with Ansel Adams.
The history of Tupperware parties. Did you know about Earl Tupper and his savior, Brownie Wise?
The ad copy:
He carries an $800 Remington, a $150 Garcia rod and reel—and a set of Tupperware. He’s Wally Taber, hunter of big game from Kenya to the Crimea—a man who knows his sporting equipment. He knows, too, that Tupperware’s versatile plastic containers are great for carrying and keeping everything, from ammo to fighing flies. And, of course, food. Because Tupperware’s aritight seal locks moisture (and marauding insects) out, locks freshness in! Tupperware travels lightly, packs compactly. now, where to buy? Your wife knows—at parties! Talk to her about having a Tupperware party soon. She can call the local Tupperware distributor (listed in the Yellow Pages, under Housewares or Plastics), for the name of the dealer nearest you. Or write to Tupperware directly, Department SA-8, Orlando, Florida.
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Gun, ammo and lures courtesy Abercrombie & Fitch