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Carbonated beverages -- Equipment and supplies

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Beverage inspection machine, 1945-1960

Accession: 1995-220-III.
Scope and Contents:

The Beverage inspection machine series includes images of an apparatus used for detecting the presence of foreign particles or dirt in or on transparent bottles. This machine was used in quality control in plants for milk and other bottled beverages. Images in this series are mainly of the machine itself, but also include parts, factory and warehouse interiors of bottling facilities for Coca-Cola and other unidentified companies. The materials in this series date from 1945 to 1960.

Dates: 1945-1960

Canada Dry beverages sales album

Accession: 1995-248

Canada Dry is a brand of soft drinks best known for its ginger ale. Canada Dry had its beginning when John McLaughlin (1865-1914) opened a small carbonated water plant in Toronto, Canada, in 1890 to manufacture soda water. In the 1930s the company introduced other Canada Dry mixers. Canada Dry expanded worldwide during this period. The album was created as a salesman's flip chart for Canada Dry distributors to show retailers. There are images of Canada Dry products, views of bottling plants and the manufacturing process, as well as advertisements and merchant testimonials.

Dates: 1938

Coca-Cola Company "Star Salesman" training kit

Accession: 2022-223

The Coca-Cola Company is a software beverage manufacturer. It was formulated in 1886 by Dr. John Stith Pemberton (1831-1888) as a medicinal syrup for headaches. The company has since evolved into a corporation producing beverages and associated products. This small collection is a 1949 salesman training kit. Researchers interested in merchandise and training procedures regarding the Coca-Cola Company would find this collection useful.

Dates: 1949; 1953