As a singer I welcome Camel mildness. Camels agree with my throat- and they don't tire my taste!
This comic-style advertisement tells the fictional story of Nadine Conner (1907-2003) taking a young tenor under her wing and transforming him into a smash hit by introducing him to Camel cigarettes. Conner was a renowned American soprano who made her Metropolitan Opera debut in 1941. This ad portrays Camels as having a “mildness” that agrees with singers’ throats.
Female, Irritation, Nadine Conner, Singer, Throat, Voice