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  • Eldridge Cole

    Aluminum tumblers the best way to keep cold drinks cold- YES, I remember these. We didn't have them in our house, but I know people who did.

  • Brenda Cobb

    The metal cups that tasted like tin, but they sure kept your drinks cold. My grandmother had a whole set of these and I remember her serving sweet tea under the black walnut tree, that was in her front yard of flower and vegetable gardens. When I was just a little girl, we had many picnics she and I.

  • Robin Lamoreaux

    silver aluminum drinking glasses. I remember these from my childhood. Memories!

  • Nola Ausburn

    aluminum drinking glasses- We got ours from our milkman filled with cottage cheese.

  • Stephen Fredborg

    anodized aluminum cups I remember these !

  • Nadine Mancuso

    Aluminum glasses that were sold in the 1950's, were filled with cottage cheese. My 6 siblings & I each had one. We each had a different colour & I still remember the colour each of us had.

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