Woman Hugging Bread Box

(Original Caption) Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Taking a tip from the utility value of grandpa's roll-top desk, Nesco Inc. announces its new roll-top bread box. It is believed to be the latest departure from the conventional square and oblong types of the past. Its advantages are claimed to be its wider door for easier accessibility, its roll-front design and overall dimensions for greater capacity, and its smooth seam construction for easier cleaning. It is available only in Nesco's new linen pattern which comes in red, yellow, green, or blue. This young homemaker says, "It's Nesco's roll-top in Nesco linen and the ladies will love it." ca. 1950s.
(Original Caption) Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Taking a tip from the utility value of grandpa's roll-top desk, Nesco Inc. announces its new roll-top bread box. It is believed to be the latest departure from the conventional square and oblong types of the past. Its advantages are claimed to be its wider door for easier accessibility, its roll-front design and overall dimensions for greater capacity, and its smooth seam construction for easier cleaning. It is available only in Nesco's new linen pattern which comes in red, yellow, green, or blue. This young homemaker says, "It's Nesco's roll-top in Nesco linen and the ladies will love it." ca. 1950s.
Woman Hugging Bread Box
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Bettmann / Contributor
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517423868
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Bettmann
Date created:
January 01, 1950
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