Citrus fruit crate labels straight from sunny California USA. From the digital archives of the University of California.

"Rain Cross." McDermont Fruit Company, Riverside.
“Rain Cross.” McDermont Fruit Company, Riverside. ca. 1930. Collection of the Riverside Public Library. Image © University of California. Fair use license. https://calisphere.org/item/ark:/13030/kt5290278f/
Collegiate grapefruit. College Heights orange and lemon association.
Collegiate grapefruit. College Heights orange and lemon association. Undated. Collection of the Los Angeles Public Library. Image © University of California. via https://calisphere.org/item/c40b9a4d8dda5db43f4cc9256f9fa38d/
Oh-Cee, Zaninovich Brothers, Orange Cove. Undated.
Oh-Cee, Zaninovich Brothers, Orange Cove. Undated. Collection of the Los Angeles Public Library. Image © University of California. via https://calisphere.org/item/0f1b33438420cdec92431cf5985d9a60/
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More vintage linoleum advertisements, mostly from American magazines from back when linoleum was chic. Such nice patterns they had then, too.

Kitchen. 1936.
Kitchen. 1936. Advertisement for Armstrong Linoleum. In the public domain due to age. via https://i.pinimg.com/originals/2a/58/86/2a5886bc11e93abbd007180eadf69b60.jpg
Kitchen. 1953.
Kitchen. 1953. Advertisement for Armstrong Linoleum. In the public domain. https://chef.adamguerino.com/design-for-vintage-kitchen-decor/unusual-kitchen-decor/
Kitchen. 1948.
Kitchen. 1948. Advertisement for Armstrong Linoleum. In the public domain. via https://in.pinterest.com/pin/360780620123688459/?lp=true

Women a little more exotic than the ones in the linoleum ads. Andrew Loomis, illustrator (1892-1959).

"Drink Budweiser, America's social companion." ca. 1930-1939.
“Drink Budweiser, America’s social companion.” ca. 1930-1939. ©2018 Artnet Worldwide Corporation. Fair use license. via http://www.artnet.com/artists/andrew-loomis/drink-budweiser-americas-social-companion-OHNi6vFKNJ48SlC1xkEiUw2
Woman dressed in gold. Undated.
Woman dressed in gold. Undated. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via http://www.bpib.com/illustrat/loomis.htm

Linoleum advertisements from American magazines, none of them kitchens. Mostly 1940’s. All fun. One from Canada that snuck in when I wasn’t looking.

Armstrong linoleum floor. 1935.
Armstrong linoleum floor. 1935. Retouched by Paul Malon on flickr.com. Fair use license. via https://www.flickr.com/photos/paulmalon/8416180201/in/pool-artdecothedeliciouslydetailedtothesublimestreamline
Children's playroom. Undated.
Children’s playroom. Undated. Advertisement for Canadian firm Dominion Linoleum. In the public domain. via https://donmills.wordpress.com/2010/08/05/vintage-canadian-ads-dominion-linoleum/
Hardware/wallpaper store. 1940.
Hardware/wallpaper store. 1940. Armstrong Linoleum magazine advertisement. In the public domain. via http://icctrack.com/17r7m5o_8a8z577b/

More American 1940’s linoleum advertisements from magazines. This set all kitchens. Enjoy!

"A modern kitchen with walls of J. M. decorative asbestos flexboard in green and bluff."
“A modern kitchen with walls of J. M. decorative asbestos flexboard in green and bluff.” Image © HanburyHouse.com. Fair use license. via https://hanburyhouse.com/retro-kitchens-from-the-old-1940s-and-1950s-scrapbook/
Kitchen and pantry. 1945. Probably Armstrong.
Kitchen and pantry. 1945. Probably Armstrong. Public domain. via https://nothingisnew.wordpress.com/2009/03/04/pantry/
Hotpoint kitchen. 1944.
Hotpoint kitchen. 1944. Public domain. via https://www.flickr.com/photos/americanvintagehome/3252981915/in/set-72157606545879111/
Yellow and green kitchen. 1941. Armstrong.
Yellow and green kitchen. 1941. Armstrong. Public domain. via http://pinosy.com/media/327285097920501628/

1920’s and 1930’s advertisements by Heywood-Wakefield of Gardner, Massachusetts that ran in the Saturday Night Post. Later they did a lot of what’s called mid century modern but I like these best.

Breakfast set. 1929.
Breakfast set. 1929. C. E. Millard, illustrator. In the public domain. via https://www.amazon.com/Heywood-Wakefield-new-Breakfast-Sets-1929/dp/B00QCEF6V6
Baby carriage. 1929.
Baby carriage. 1929. In the public domain. via https://www.ebay.ie/itm/VINTAGE-1929-HEYWOOD-WAKEFIELD-BABY-CARRIAGE-STROLLER-AD-PRINT-B829-/163152361300?hash=item25fca37754
Chair with floral cushions. 1920's.
Chair with floral cushions. 1920’s. In the public domain. via http://www.vintageadbrowser.com/furniture-ads-1920s

Liquor advertising more cheerful than most by Italian poster designer Leonetto Cappiello, who mostly worked in Paris and lived from 1875 to 1942.

"Maurin Quina." Undated.
“Maurin Quina.” Undated. Cc0 licence 3.0. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Maurin_Quina.svg
"Isolabella." Undated.
“Isolabella.” Undated. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via http://paintingandframe.com/prints/leonetto_cappiello_isolabella-28455.html
"Cognac Pellisson." Undated.
“Cognac Pellisson.” Undated. Image © 2002-2019 Live Auctioneers. Fair use license. via https://www.liveauctioneers.com/item/7622653_47-leonetto-cappiello-1875-1942-italian