Dr. Kidd Bottle Warmer

Description (Brief)
This metal bottle warmer was made in the 1920s by an unknown maker. The bottle has a metal, screw-on lid, and the lid and interior are lined with an absorbent cloth. The 8 ounce bottle is glass lined with a cork stopper. A picture of a baby is depicted on the front and back. The bottle reads “Dr. Kidd’s My Warm Lunch, Hot Milk Pocket, A Bottle Cosy That Keeps Baby’s Milk Warm.”
Location
Currently not on view
Object Name
bottle
Date made
1920s
Physical Description
metal (overall material)
glass (liner material)
cork (stopper material)
Measurements
overall: 21 cm x 8 cm; 8 1/4 in x 3 1/8 in
ID Number
2004.3009.34
nonaccession number
2004.3009
catalog number
2004.3009.34
subject
Lunch Boxes
Family & Social Life
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Culture and the Arts: Entertainment
Lunch Boxes
Data Source
National Museum of American History, Kenneth E. Behring Center

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