Cooke Street Line School Bus Token

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Description (Brief)
The Scovill Manufacturing Company of Waterbury, Connecticut produced this transportation token during the early 20th century. Scovill was established in 1802 as a button manufacturer and is still in business today. Scovill was an early industrial American innovator, adapting armory manufacturing processes to mass-produce a variety of consumer goods including buttons, daguerreotype mats, medals, coins, and transportation tokens. There are two semi-circular cutouts in the center of the token.
Obverse: Image of a bus in the center. The legend reads: COOKE STREET LINE, INC.
Reverse: Image of a bus in the center. The legend reads: GOOD FOR ONE SCHOOL FARE.
Location
Currently not on view
referenced
Cooke Street Line, Inc.
maker
Scovill Manufacturing Company
Measurements
overall: 2.1 cm; 13/16 in
ID Number
1981.0296.1354
accession number
1981.0296
catalog number
1981.0296.1354
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Work and Industry: Production and Manufacturing
Industry & Manufacturing
Scovill Manufacturing Collection
Transportation
Data Source
National Museum of American History, Kenneth E. Behring Center

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