Extremely rare window card created for the New York Edison Company in 1927.
By 1925 nearly half the homes in the U. S. had electric power. The New York Edison Company (predecessor to today’s Con Edison) was the leader in promoting the home use of electricity in the New York area. F. G. Cooper created hundred of ephemeral advertising illustrations for the company.
Reference: Cabarga, Leslie. THE LETTERING AND GRAPHIC DESIGN OF F. G. COOPER. Glenbrook, CT: Art Direction Book Company, 1996. Page 62 for a similar design from the same promotional campaign.