Evan Williams Shampoo

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Year: 1933         Item #: 212         Views: 6,362         Comments: 8

Evan Williams Shampoo

Supreme - The subtle influence of Evan Williams Shampoo gives refinement, charm and distinction to the hair - a degree of beauty unattainable in any other way. It must be Evan Williams Shampoo.

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Comments by james on 7th October 2017  

I ALWAYS USED EVAN WILLIAMS HIGH GLOW SHAMPOO, IN THE FIFTIES FAR BETTER FOR MY HAIR TYPE, SADLY WAS UNABLE TO FIND IT IN THE SIXTIES, NONE OF THE OTHER SHAMPOOS HAD THE SAME SATISFACTORY RESULTS.

Comments by Adrian on 9th August 2017  adrian.1881@gmail.com 

I have a plastic container, probably about 3 litre capacity, moulded with the text: 'Evan Williams takes good care of your hair'. I wonder if this the same company? The typefaces used would suggest it to be 1950s or early 1960s.

Comments by lesley dodd on 12th October 2012  

hi deni just read your comment,my grandmother was vera williams,what was your grandmothers name?i tried to find info about the shampoo company ,not very successful.i live in letchworth would be interested if you have any info..thanks.

Comments by Deni on 9th October 2012  

My Grandfather's family owned the Evan Williams Hair Salons in London. I too live in Hertfordshire

Comments by lesley on 10th October 2011  lelseydodd@live.co.uk 

sorry left wrong info on last comment,my late grandmother vera ,was evan williams grandaughter,she was born in london 1906, it would be interesting to find out what happened to her grandfather and father.her father was herbert williams..

Comments by lesley on 18th May 2010  

my late grandmother was evan williams daughter would like to learn more about what happened to him .i live in hertfordshire uk

Comments by Dorothy Yates on 20th February 2007  dorothymayyates@hotmail.com 

My mother's cousin known as cissi in the family was married to Evan Williams who owned the company. She was killed in a plane crash in the early 30's leaving a very young son called Edward. I understand that he is now dead but he had a daughter. I would appreciate any contact with anyone who knows her.

Comments by Heather Farquharson on 14th January 2007  

I remember that we always used Evan Williams shampoo which came in a paper sachet and which we mixed with water in a jamjar. If there was any left over, it set like a gloppy jelly which slithered through your fingers. Just the sort of thing children loved dabbling in!



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