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Post# 1080763   7/12/2020 at 14:20 by Ultramatic (New York City)        

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Advertisements for homes and products up to 1979. Traditionally built & manufactured homes,  building materials, furniture, lighting, plumbing fixtures, flooring, decor, non-electric housewares, home linens, kitchenware, cleaning products, in short, everything that made the home modern and easier to care for. Of course, everyone is invited to contribute with advertisements. Please be sure they contain no watermarks from other sites or individuals. For home appliances (electric or gas), please refer to the Vintage Appliance Advertisement  series. For telephones, please refer to the Number PULEAZE! series.

 

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Post# 1080765 , Reply# 1   7/12/2020 at 14:22 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Ekco 1957

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Ekco 1957


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Duz 1953

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Duz 1953


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Alcoa 1947


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JFD 1967


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Russwin 1923

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Russwin 1923


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Cannon 1954

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Cannon 1954


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Ivory 1963


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Portland Cement Association 1953


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General Electric 1931

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General Electric 1931


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Pacific Mills 1952

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Pacific Mills 1952


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Oxydol 1949


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Presto 1959


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O-Cedar 1951

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O-Cedar 1951


Post# 1081818 , Reply# 15   7/21/2020 at 02:56 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
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Kleenex 1951


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Lysol 1948

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Lysol 1948


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Republic 1953

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Republic 1953


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Club 1953

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Club 1953


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Flexalum 1953

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Flexalum 1953


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Heyward Wakefield 1947


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Thermopane 1953

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Thermopane 1953


Post# 1082507 , Reply# 22   7/26/2020 at 16:46 by Jetcone (Schenectady-Home of Calrods,Monitor Tops,Toroid Transformers)        
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That's what a box of Kleenex should look like 


Post# 1083533 , Reply# 23   8/2/2020 at 05:26 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Nesco 1947

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Nesco 1947


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Kroehler 1951


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American 1947

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American 1947


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Cannon 1944

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Cannon 1944


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Wear-Ever 1960


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Bibb 1953

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Bibb 1953


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Lux 1920

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Congoleum-Nairn 1963

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Congoleum-Nairn 1963


Post# 1083543 , Reply# 32   8/2/2020 at 05:45 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Pittsburgh Paints 1953

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Pittsburgh Paints 1953


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Enameledware 1947

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Enameledware 1947


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Dash 1956

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Dash 1956


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American Gas Association, Inc. 1969

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American Gas Association, Inc. 1969


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Westclox 1969

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Westclox 1969


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Armstrong 1954

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Armstrong 1954


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Corning Ware 1963

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Corning Ware 1963


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American Standard 1953

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American Standard 1953 copy


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Borax 1951

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Borax 1951


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Purex 1953

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Purex 1953


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Dan River 1951

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Dan River 1951


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Cheer 1953

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Cheer 1953


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Revere Ware 1947

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Revere Ware 1947


Post# 1091451 , Reply# 45   10/1/2020 at 06:28 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Pyrex Ware 1962

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Pyrex Ware 1962


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Wear-Ever 1956

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Wear-Ever 1956


Post# 1091453 , Reply# 47   10/1/2020 at 06:31 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Columbia 1951

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Columbia 1951


Post# 1091455 , Reply# 48   10/1/2020 at 06:39 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
American Standard 1953

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American Standard 1953


Post# 1091456 , Reply# 49   10/1/2020 at 06:41 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Swingline 1956

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Swingline 1956


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Inland 1953

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Inland 1953


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Goodyear 1952

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Goodyear 1952


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Bruce 1951

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Bruce 1951


Post# 1091497 , Reply# 53   10/1/2020 at 13:17 by CircleW (NE Cincinnati OH area)        

I have the pan part of the Revere Ware pressure cooker, but not sure about the lid. My mom acquired it after my dad's Aunt Hazel passed away. The gasket was bad, so couldn't be successfully used as intended. However, it was nice for making spaghetti sauce or chilli, and I like it for making iced tea.

I've never seen or even heard of the Swingline stapler shown that hangs on the wall. I have a model 77, but it sits on a table.

I have one of those Inland Glass carafes, but wasn't aware it was for coffee.


Post# 1091759 , Reply# 54   10/3/2020 at 00:24 by tolivac (greenville nc)        

Liked the Columbia window shade-roller blind ad!The year I was born.In one place I lived in had those HORRIBLE "mini blinds" ripped those out-dumpstered them and replaced with shades from Pennys-and in colors!SO MUCH better!!!Dark out was better since I have to sleep during the day.Shades blocked heat,cold better as well over blinds.

Post# 1091909 , Reply# 55   10/4/2020 at 11:22 by jamiel (Detroit, Michigan)        

I still have the pan from the Revere pressure cooker...found it along with the lid about 20 years ago. There's a recall on the lid to take them out of commission--I sent it in to World Kitchens, as I recall, and got a gift card for Corning Ware. The pan is very pleasant to use...very heavy stainless so it cooks acidic things nicely without reacting.

Post# 1093435 , Reply# 56   10/16/2020 at 17:57 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Mirro 1952

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Mirro 1952


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General Foods La France 1949

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General Foods La France 1949


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Lux 1944

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Lux 1944


Post# 1093438 , Reply# 59   10/16/2020 at 18:01 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Englander 1947

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Englander 1947


Post# 1093439 , Reply# 60   10/16/2020 at 18:03 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Dixie Cup 1954

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Dixie Cup 1954


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Johnsons Pride 1952

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Johnsons Pride 1952


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Kohler 1950

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Kohler 1950


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Gold Seal 1953

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Gold Seal 1953


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Brillo 1950

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Brillo 1950


Post# 1093444 , Reply# 65   10/16/2020 at 18:09 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Fry's 1922

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Fry's 1922


Post# 1093447 , Reply# 66   10/16/2020 at 18:19 by ea56 (Cotati, Calif.)        
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I remember my Mom used Pride furniture polish.  To me it smelled like gasoline.  I also recall the TV commercials for it, stressing how it dried to a haze that you just wiped off to reveal a brilliant shine.  I think it did a bette job than its Johnson&Johnson successor, Pledge.

 

Eddie


Post# 1093451 , Reply# 67   10/16/2020 at 18:30 by ea56 (Cotati, Calif.)        
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Oh how I coveted Dixie Cups when I was a kid.  If we’d have had a Dixie Cup dispenser I would have thought I’d died and gone to heaven.  To me they were the height of luxury!  I thought this because both my parents thought they were only for rich people that could afford to throw money away.  They never got over being raised during the Great Depression.

 

Thanks Louie!  I always enjoy your Modern Living threads, ditto to the Vintage Food and Appliance threads too.

 

Eddie


Post# 1093460 , Reply# 68   10/16/2020 at 19:55 by appnut (TX)        

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Eddie, don't feel bad. We never had disposable paper cups or anything similar. Even our picnic basket was packed with plasticware plates. All to my partner's chagrin. I dn't have any paper plates or cups in the house. I cringe when he uses paper towels to put a smmich or cookies on. I have tons of dishes for those purposes. I've kept extra saucers from when my mom had to replace broken cofffee cups. I've got salad plates, bread plates, and saucers all to chose from. I haven't even used a whole roll of paper towels since I've been home since mid march.

Post# 1093463 , Reply# 69   10/16/2020 at 20:16 by ea56 (Cotati, Calif.)        

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Oh Bob, don’t get me wrong.  I truly appreciated the way I was raised to be thrifty.  It’s served me well.  I hate anything disposable, except cheap paper napkins for breakfast and lunch or snacks, always cloth napkins for dinner, and never plastic cutlery of cups.  

 

But kids in the 50’s wanted everything we saw on TV.  These are great old ads that Louie posts make me realize I gotta a lotta miles on the odometer when I can recall Dixie Cups from 1954. 

 

Eddie


Post# 1093465 , Reply# 70   10/16/2020 at 21:09 by luxflairguy (Wilmington NC)        

Eddie!
I too wished and wished we had a Dixie cup dispenser! How I thought they were cool! But no...
We even had to drink saccarin (sp) sweetened KoolAid! II was embarrassed at the cheapness of my parents! I still love real KoolAide and real Jello! Don't get me started! Greg


Post# 1093469 , Reply# 71   10/16/2020 at 21:35 by MattL (Flushing, MI)        

Interesting how people reacted to growing up during the depression. My folks, well my mother, took the opposite tack. She decided to live well and spared no expense getting what she wanted. So I'd guess you'd surmise I did grow up with a dixie dispenser in the bathroom. Recall arguing with my brother in the store as to which pattern on the cup to get.


Post# 1093485 , Reply# 72   10/17/2020 at 04:53 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Always a pleasure Eddie!

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On the subject of Dixie cup dispensers, we never had one at home, but at my dad's appliance store there was one by the fountain. I got in trouble a few times for using cups from the commercial refill boxes as building blocks. Good times. tongue-out

 


Post# 1093487 , Reply# 73   10/17/2020 at 07:33 by gansky1 (Omaha, The Home of the TV Dinner!)        

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We had a Dixie dispenser in the bathroom and kitchen, used mostly the waxed-paper cups.  The novelty wore off before long and then we had to fix the wall where the double stick tape tore away the wallboard paper.

 

My grandmother had the plastic cup dispenser and only ever bought one box of cups.  She washed those cups and reused them in the dispenser for years.  "Be careful when you wash them as they will crack easily, don't want to have to throw them away.."


Post# 1093503 , Reply# 74   10/17/2020 at 10:17 by CircleW (NE Cincinnati OH area)        

My mom had the Mirro-Matic pressure cooker; I may still have it somewhere.

As for Dixie Cups, we had them occasionally. They were only used for when we were outside, when my sister or I were ill, or one of the too frequent times the sink drain was clogged. Last year I came across a partial box from the early 70's, which I've kept.

Pride was the furniture wax of choice at our house. It always made the mahogany furniture look so nice, without the oily smearing that Pledge and some other polishes left. I always knew as soon as I opened the door if Pride had been used. Like Eddie said, it smelled a lot like gasoline. I think it basically was a liquid version of Johnson's Paste Wax. I have two glass Pride bottles, but neither are as old as the one in the ad.

I like the Congoleum "Bermuda Hues" tile. The colors are relaxing.

The Fry oven glass ad reminded me of my former neighbor Ann Coleman. She would bring us custard and other food in one of the casserole dishes. She said it had been her grandmother's. It had an unusual color as mentioned in the ad.


Post# 1093507 , Reply# 75   10/17/2020 at 10:24 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
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Post# 1093511 , Reply# 76   10/17/2020 at 10:42 by ea56 (Cotati, Calif.)        

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I sure do Louie!  Every lunch counter and soda fountain used them for the water they placed before you when you sat down at the counter.  And they usually had crushed ice in them.  The ice cream trucks used them for snow cones.

 

Eddie


Post# 1093519 , Reply# 77   10/17/2020 at 11:22 by appnut (TX)        

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I do too Louie!!!

Post# 1093522 , Reply# 78   10/17/2020 at 11:57 by CircleW (NE Cincinnati OH area)        

Those look to be the original Solo Cups holder and cone shaped cup. Hathaway's, a restaurant in downtown Cincinnati that I used to eat at often, used these. They still had them when I last went three or four years ago. They opened in 1956.

Post# 1093523 , Reply# 79   10/17/2020 at 12:00 by ea56 (Cotati, Calif.)        
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OMG Gansky I love your story about your Grandma saving those plastic cups, washing and reusing them.

 

Your story reminds me of the baby sitter we had in the 50’s that used jelly glasses for her “good” drinking glasses.  Remember how back in the day some manufactures, like Mary Ellen bottled jelly in jars that resembled glasses, same for Kraft with their cheese spreads, and chipped beef.  The lids were pried off, rather than screw tops leaving a smooth edge for drinking glasses.  Some even had painted designs on them.

 

Well, Mrs. Krenzer didn’t want us taking her precious jelly glasses outside for drinking while we were playing.  So, she placed either a quart milk bottle or sometimes some used Shasta soda cans with the tops cut off with a can opener under the garden hose faucet that we were to use for refreshment.  She babysat not only my siblings and I but at least 7 to 10 other kids at the same time too.  I guess this was the 1950’s version of herd immunity, LOL!

 

 When we told Mom about this she wasn’t happy about us drinking out of cans with sharp edges so she bought Mrs. Krenzer some cheap plastic cups to leave out at the backyard faucet, but we still drank out of the same “safer” plastic cups, that were never washed as far as I know.

 

Folks back then were not wasteful, very little conspicuous consumption.  Maybe if we’d kept following some of these old time money savers the landfill and oceans wouldn’t be so polluted. 

 

Eddie


Post# 1093524 , Reply# 80   10/17/2020 at 12:18 by luxflairguy (Wilmington NC)        

Remember peanut butter & jelly in Jetson or Flinstone glasses?
At least We were allowed to collect those! Got thrown out in later years or the dishwasher etched all the graphics off first. Greg


Post# 1093529 , Reply# 81   10/17/2020 at 14:26 by Ultramatic (New York City)        

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YES! If I remember correctly it was Welch's for grape jelly.


Post# 1093533 , Reply# 82   10/17/2020 at 16:21 by luxflairguy (Wilmington NC)        

And I think it was Peter Pan peanut butter. I could be wrong!

Post# 1093534 , Reply# 83   10/17/2020 at 17:08 by ea56 (Cotati, Calif.)        

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Yes Greg, Peter Pan peanut butter did come in jars like this.

Eddie


Post# 1093535 , Reply# 84   10/17/2020 at 18:11 by appnut (TX)        

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We had Bama jams & jellies for a number of years. The containers turned out to be decent, sturdy "jelly jars". My mom started saving them so I could have glasses when I moved into my first apartment in college fall 1974. And we kept adding to the collection. They were my "everyday" glasses up until a year or so ago. (I threw the jelly jars out, over 20 of them. They were replaced by a new kind of jelly glass--it was actually a mug kind of style that had a handle on each one. I figured as I got older, it would be better to have a handle on the side of the glass to hold on to.

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United States Rubber Company 1953

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United States Rubber Company 1953


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Lorain 1922

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Lorain 1922 Thanksgiving


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Johnson's 1952

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Johnson's 1952


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Felso 1951

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Felso 1951


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Wear-Ever 1947

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Wear-Ever 1947


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Armstrong 1947

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Armstrong 1947


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Vel 1964

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Vel 1964


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Kentile 1953

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Kentile 1953


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Briggs 1947

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Briggs 1947


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Kleenex 1955

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Kleenex 1955


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Federal 1953

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Federal 1953


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Ajax 1959

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Ajax 1959


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Perma-broom 1950

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Perma-broom 1950


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Tile-Tex 1947

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Tile-Tex 1947


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Lloyd 1953

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Lloyd 1953





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