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Coffee Sweetener (probably Pillsbury) 1960s,
Mixed Vegatable flavor Jell-O
from General Foods, c.1960s, Birds Eye
(General Foods) Quick-Frozen Chicken Pie and French Fried Potatoes
c.1960s, Brillo Soap Pads
c.1940s, Novelty Birthday Candles
(boat-shaped) by Gurley
Novelty c.1950s, Scott Cut-Rite
Wax Paper 1962.
Vanilla Imitation Flavor Drink Mix
packets and dispenser (General Foods) mid-late 1960s, Minute Maid Concentrated Orange
Juice (Minute Maid Corp, New
"Important: Store in ice cube unit of refrigerator until ready to use,"
Concentrate for Grape 'N Lemonade and Minute
Concentrated Orange Juice (both Minute Maid Corporation, Orlando
Florida) c.early 1960s, Citra-Gold
Grapefruit Juice (E.A. Silzle Co.)
Kellogg's Rice Krispies
c.1950, Post's Bran Flakes
Company, Battle Creek, Michigan) c.1930, Quaker Puffed Wheat (The
Quaker Oats Company) "Steam Exploded 8 Times Normal Size!" c.1940s, Sugar Jets (General
Clove-flavored Life Savers
candy c.1958 USA, Warrens Mint
Cocktail chewing gum, 1947 (Bowman Gum, USA), Wrigley's Juicy Fruit gum and Wrigley's Spearmint gum
(these gums are here wrapped in paper, not foil, indicating that these
are likely from the World War 2
years when foil was conserved),
Adams Black Jack gum, 1960s,
USA, Wrigley's Doublemint gum,
Black Cough Drops c.1960 USA, Kool-Aid
"base for soft drinks and
desserts" (Perkins Products, USA), patent date
1936, this package dated 1942, Tums
(Lewis Howe, USA) c.1950.
Left: The greatest thing since sliced bread, this c.1933 Wonder bread
label proclaims it is "wonder-cut"
Administration) symbol. I'm not
much on framing or mounting collectibles that were never intended to be
seen in that manner, but this one was all framed when I bought it and
it went on my kitchen wall just like that.