Dr. Kidd Bottle Warmer

Dr. Kidd Bottle Warmer

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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.”
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Object Name
Date made
Physical Description
metal (overall material)
glass (liner material)
cork (stopper material)
overall: 21 cm x 8 cm; 8 1/4 in x 3 1/8 in
ID Number
nonaccession number
catalog number
Credit Line
Gift of Thermos L.L.C. (through T. H. Chang)
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Cultural and Community Life: Entertainment
Lunch Boxes
Family & Social Life
Data Source
National Museum of American History
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