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Catalog Number 2004.324.42
Object Name Card, Advertising
Scope & Content 1 advertising card for Consolidated Coffee Co. with Santa and his sleigh on the front, 3 with flowers on the front and 1 with a little girl and a cat on the front. On the back of all of them is a list of their products. On the back of four is the same list of products, "To the Lovers of a Good Cup of Coffee If you want a good, strong, and at the same time, a pleasant cup of coffee, always use The German. It is a perfect blend of fine flavors, and has no equal. Try it and you will use no other. Put up only in one pound air tight packages. The coffee being hermetically sealed with a perfectly harmless coating,hold its aroma until ground. German Baking Powder, put up in one pound cans, absolutely pure. Best Powder on the market at 25 cents per pound. German Yeast, The Strongest, Purest and Most Wholesome of any Yeast on the market. German Spices, put up under a $1,000.00 Guarantee to be absolutely pure. Dr. Baker's Extracts. Full line, high grade Fruit Flavors. Superior in Flavor, Strength and Quality to any on the market. Always buy German Spices, Baking Powder, Yeast and Coffee. You will have the best the market affords. Manufactured only by Consolidated Coffee Co. Omaha, Neb. One of these cards in every package of German." The other card is the same up to "...until ground." It then reads, "Roasted and packed only by the Consolidated Coffee Co. Omaha, Neb. One of these cards in every package of German. Bread is the Staff of Life If you want a good, sweet, wholesome Bread, always use German Hop Yeast. It is a strictly Vegatable Yeast. No Chemicals or Brewery Offals used in its composition. Only German Hops used, costing twice as much as common hops. One of these cards with each five cent package of German Hop Yeast. Put up only by the German Yeast Co. Omaha, Ne."
Creator Consolidated Coffee Co.
Other Creators Detroit: Calvert Lith. Co.
Title Consolidated Coffee Advertising Cards
Collection Miscellany