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front Cutlery Box
c. 1905
This set of cutlery was a wedding present to Charlotte Wardner Lamson when she married Charles Hyse Warren in 1905.
front Milk Bottle
c. 1950
This Snow's Dairy bottle from around 1950 was typical of the post-war milk bottle. Individual bottles of milk became widespread in the 20th century as milk production mechanized.
front Milk Bottle
c. 1930
The returnable milk bottle generally sold milk from small producers and were returned to stores. When dairies became much larger in the 1940s and after, they did away with generic bottles in favor of their own labels.
front Milk Bottle
c. 1950
Milk bottles were usually delivered to households on a daily basis. As steam sterilizing equipment became mandatory, many small milk producers stopped selling milk directly, relying on large, centralized dairies to distribute their milk.
front Bottle
c. 1880
Saratoga bottles were used to sell mineral springs to Americans searching for restorative drinks.
front Mason Jar
The Mason Jar, invented by John L. Mason in 1858, was a triumph of 19th century inventiveness. With it, people could store food for months or years when before it would have gone bad.
front Mason Jar
The Mason jar was patented in 1858 and brought a greater reliability to the household food preservation process.
front Glass Bottle
This large bottle, a "demijohn," was typical of the kind of bottles used for international trade and is of a type first used in France in the 17th century.
front Ketchup Bottle

People have been using ketchup as a condiment since Ancient Roman times and it is still a popular condiment today.
front Horseradish Bottle and Box
c. 1925
The Greenough Pickling Company of Deerfield produced this horseradish, a strong and spicy condiment, around 1925.


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