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What Am I for Friday 01/16/15

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Jeff Lakaszcyck
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Here is a unique way to deliver bread. Emblem removed.

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I ain't got no idea but it might be a Kleiber, and the driver's shoes need polishing real bad.

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I'll agree with Warren-Federal.
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Cardboard boxes?

Maybe the picture isn't as old as it looks?
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Federal sounds good to me also.
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Warren has this, our truck is a Federal from about 1914. The Royal Bread Company was in business in Utah when this photo was taken in 1914. I'll have to bone up on the history of cardboard to know when cardboard boxes were first used, but I have noticed it is rarely seen in these early photos. Our picture is from the Utah State Historical Society.

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Jeff, I recall gramdparents generation calling it paste board. Don't know the history either.

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From Wikipedia, Corrugated cardboard boxes were invented in 1890!
Wayne, same here, my grandmothers both called it pasteboard.


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Not to quibble,, but I think the original "pasteboard" was the light weight gray stuff, it's still around today.

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