Jordan Sport Salon Ad


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Jordan Sport Salon Ad

An advertisement for the Little Custom Jordan Sport Salon, one of the first compact cars, introduced in 1927. The Jordan Motor Car Company was among the automobile manufacturers that made Cleveland the nation's first automotive capital. The company advertised the Little Custom Jordan as "a wonderful car for a woman" suggesting the appeal to women so common in 1920s advertising. Western Reserve Historical Society is home to the Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum, which maintains a world-renowned collection of early cars, including Jordans.

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