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This tin would have been from that time period, likely sometime between 19.The can is 4¾ inches tall and 3 inches in diameter and probably held a pound of baking soda.
There are preppy college kids, punks, straight-laced couples, professionals, hippies, middle-schoolers, and even what appears to be a pit bull mix of some kind.I had never seen anything like this, bearing the name of a small store.There are a few Blue Ribbon Baking Powder tins on Ebay but they have a different label, a red label with a blue ribbon. There are directions on the back label of the tin: “Use one heaping or two rounded teaspoonsful only of this baking powder to one quart of sifted flour.” “This baking powder is composed of the following ingredients and none other: bicarbonate of soda, phosphate, alum, starch.He has given me some local items of interest in the past. Below are some more letters that my dad, Herbert Miller, wrote home during his Army basic training at Fort Mc Clellan, Alabama’s IRTC [Infantry Replacement Training Center] and when he was waiting to be shipped out to Europe in WWII.
After finishing his basic training he came home on furlough in November 1944. This is the tombstone of Frank Swander, located in row 10 of Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Chattanooga, Mercer County, Ohio.
Everyone simply cheers and repeats the refrain: “We love you!