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1951 kool-aid packet. We ate it right out of the packet. Maybe that is where they got the idea of sour patch candy

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Post Alpha-Bits (early 70s single-serve box)

Remember these?! Fruit-flavored candy sugar in fruit-shaped bottles. I used to LOVE these!

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c1930s Clinic Brand Isopropyl Bathing Alcohol Compound Macey Co. Boston, Mass., Labeled Medicine Bottle

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Vintage French Canadian ad for Little Brown Jug Whisky (1958).