Left - Hermann Görner
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Thomas Inch Promotional flyers
(mail order courses)- Contributed by Richie Neville
Featuring flyers Thomas Inch must have included in his mail order courses.
Multi Sporter with Thermal Eye pamphlet - Contributed by Richie Neville
Flexocisor pamphlet - Contributed by Richie Neville
Man's World and Reg Park Journal April 1969 - Contributed by Peter Yates
Multi-Muscle Builder - Contributed by Peter Yates
Weider Deluxe Professional Sets - Contributed by Peter Yates
Random adverts from the 70's Iron Man magazine - Contributed by Peter Yates.
Reproduction of York barbell advert - Circa 1937. Contributed by Peter Yates.
Reproduction of Iron Shoe advert - Circa 1905. Used for strength tests and building muscle.
Reproduction of York Bar Bell System
advert - Strength and Health magazine 1937
Contributed by Peter Yates
Contributed by Peter Yates - "Seen left is an interesting photo of Jack Delinger taken around 1948 before he won the Mr. America title. What many people may not know is that he was quite an accomplished gymnast before taking up bodybuilding so obviously had laid a good foundation."
"Jack Delinger, Oakland, California, with his balancing partner, Sammy Buss, demonstrate their wonderful agility in this excellent photo.
They put on a splendid hand-balancing routine at Ed Yarick's "Big Show" last October which featured many strength and physique notables. This was one of the best shows ever presented in the Bay Area.
Ed plans to make the "Big Show" by popular request, an annual feature. Jack Delinger, incidentally, is one of the leading contenders for the Mr. America contest this year. Many people are of the opinion that Jack stands a good chance of winning the title.
Photo by Romain, Oakland, Calif."
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