22 results found for: subject:"Cranberries--Packaging"

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1940

Eatmor cranberries

Oblong crate label for Eatmor Cranberries, no graphics.

Kenneth G. Garside Papers

1940

Cape Cod Cranberries

Oblong rate label for Cape Cod Cranberries, no graphics.

Kenneth G. Garside Papers

1925

Eatmor Cranberries foldable paper scoop

Foldable novelty scoop for cranberries: "Salads & cocktails / with all meats / cranberry orange relish, Ice box cake / sauces, pies, jelly."

Kenneth G. Garside Papers

1925

Eatmor Cape Cod Cranberries : Chanticleer Brand One fourth U.S. standard cranberry barrel crate label

Crate label with illustration of rooster; "packed by the New England Cranberry Sales Co. for the American Cranberry Exchange."

Kenneth G. Garside Papers

1925

Eatmor Cape Cod Cranberries : Pointer Brand One fourth U.S. standard cranberry barrel crate label

Crate label with illustration of a hunting dog; "packed by the New England Cranberry Sales Co. for the American Cranberry Exchange."

Kenneth G. Garside Papers

1925

Cape Cod Cranberries : Early Blacks Variety One fourth U.S. standard cranberry barrel crate label

Crate label for Early Blacks cranberries; "packed by the New England Cranberry Sales Co. for the American Cranberry Exchange."

Kenneth G. Garside Papers

1925

Cape Cod Cranberries : Santa Claus Brand One fourth U.S. standard cranberry barrel crate label

Crate label with illustration of Santa Claus and sack of presents; "packed by the New England Cranberry Sales Co. for the American Cranberry Exchange."

Kenneth G. Garside Papers

1925

Eatmor Cranberries of New Jersey : Silver Medal Brand One fourth U.S. standard cranberry barrel crate label

Crate label with illustration of a medal won at the Pan American Exposition, 1901; "packed by the New England Cranberry Sales Co. for the American Cranberry Exchange."

Kenneth G. Garside Papers

1925

Cape Cod Cranberries : Red Cedar Brand One fourth U.S. standard cranberry barrel crate label

Crate label with illustration of a red cedar in silhouette; "packed by the New England Cranberry Sales Co. for the American Cranberry Exchange."

Kenneth G. Garside Papers