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1940's Ford Coca-Cola Truck

For the Coca-Cola buff, this photo of the rounded box Ford Coca-Cola truck taken in the late 1940's is an excellent example of how Coca-Cola used different models of trucks and boxes to outfit their soft drink delivery trucks.


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Brazos Fish Market in Waco, Texas 1936

Wonderful Russell Lee FSA photograph taken in 1936 of the Brazos Fish Market located in Waco, Texas.  Lee often used signs & advertising to help capture the moment in his classic images from the Depression Era.  Note the Budweiser and Faust Beer advertisements along with Coca-Cola. This photograph was originally printed from negative.


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Coca Cola 50th Anniversary Truck

Shown here is the 50th anniversary Coca-Cola delivery truck.  Photo taken in 1936 at unknown bottling plant.


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Coca-Cola Black Banquet Tampa Florida

Coca-Cola Banquet with a giant coke bottle as a centerpiece was probably held for Coca-Cola Bottling Plant employees in Tampa, Florida in the 1940's.  


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Coke Bottling Plant Louisville, Kentucky
Coke Bottling Plant in Louisville, Kentucky in the Late 1920's. Various delivery trucks from the operation are displayed in front of the building.

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Dreamboat Inn 1920's Coca-Cola Sign & Royal Crown

Nostalgic scene in this 1920's photograph of a hotel called the Dreamboat located somewhere in the South.  Great signs are prominent advertising for Royal Crown Cola, Coca-Cola and 666 Cold & Fever Tonic (Walgreens).


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Mack Cola-Cola Truck 1956

Mack Coca-Cola trucks were rolling out of local bottlers across America while families coast-to-coast were watching "The Mickey Mouse Club," "Kit Carson" and "Coke Time with Eddie Fisher", all sponsored by Coca-Cola, Inc.  The bottles this truck carried were bottled not only in traditional 6-oz. hobble skirt bottles, but also in 10-oz, 12-oz, and 26-oz bottles--and cost more than 5 cents--for the very first time.  Members of the armed services were enjoying the new experience of drinking Cokes from flat-top cans.  The world's most popular soft drink had achieved success only imagined when the first bottle was filled in 1889.


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Old Studebaker Coke Truck 1936

This is a publicity photo of the Studebaker Model J-15 or J-20 used to deliver Coca-Colas during the mid 1930's.


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Roadside into Tampa 1927-Bay Hotel Sign

Highway approaching Tampa, Florida in the late 1927.  Billboard advertising 400 room Tampa Bay Hotel & Jack's Place Roadside Hamburger Stand.  Note the Coca-Cola advertisement.  Model "A" style cars are on the highway.  Photo printed from negative.


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