Cora Gated

The Box Vox blog offers a detailed history of Cora Gated, who was the corporate mascot adopted by Hinde & Dauch (a box maker) in the 1950s. She was a woman wearing only a corrugated box. Or was she somehow supposed to be a box that had become a woman?

Gastonia Gazette - Aug 23, 1955


It turns out that Cora Gated was also the stage name of a burlesque dancer during the 1970s. Her tag line was, "The laminated delight. CORA GATED. She'll wrap you around her finger!"

Kansas City Times - Jul 22, 1972



Kansas City Times - Jul 21, 1972

     Posted By: Alex - Sat Oct 01, 2016
     Category: Corporate Mascots, Icons and Spokesbeings





Comments
That ain't bubblewrap you're poppin', fella. That's the real ME.
Posted by Greg on 10/01/16 at 04:51 PM
Old Gold Cigarettes from the '50s:
http://ww3.hdnux.com/photos/25/52/30/5678626/3/960x540.jpg
Posted by tadchem on 10/03/16 at 01:43 AM
I'll go with the notion that Cora is a box that has become a woman.

Out on the Left Coast, we had Carol Doda in San Francisco. She wasn't laminated, but she was stacked on top.
Posted by KDP on 10/03/16 at 06:40 AM
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