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