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Baking Soda Shipping Crate

Baking Soda Shipping Crate

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Description (Brief)
This shipping crate side contained Arm & Hammer brand baking soda that was manufactured by the Church & Dwight Company of New York, New York around the early 20th century. The crate side has the central Arm & Hammer trademark (meant to represent Vulcan, the Roman god of metalworking).
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Object Name
crate label
referenced business
Church & Dwight Company, Inc.
Place Made
United States: New York, New York City
Physical Description
ink (crate label material)
wood (substrate material)
crate label: 7 3/8 in x 18 3/8 in; 18.7325 cm x 46.6725 cm
ID Number
catalog number
accession number
Credit Line
L.E. Leininger
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Work and Industry: Agriculture
Crate Labels
Data Source
National Museum of American History
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