Egg Shipment

Circa 1920. From the U.S. Postal Service:

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2 Responses to Egg Shipment

  1. joemac53 says:

    When I was working for a food service forty years ago I was impressed with the cases of eggs: 30 dozen in a case, delivered by truck, never more than 3 busted in a case. Awesome packaging, and of course, them eggs ain’t too fragile either.

  2. Jim Thomerson says:

    Back in the 1940’s we would order baby chicks, maybe from Sears, and pick them up at the post office.

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