Tan/brown rectangular carboard egg carton; "One Dozen Eggs" across top in blue printing, with silhouette illustration of rooster crowing to left on fence, with hens to right and farm in distance on right side; clamshell-style hinging lid; egg compartments in three rows of four compartments; has two tabs on front that extend down into holes at front; top of lid also lists checkmark boxes to mark grade and size of eggs, as well as License No. and Serial No.; maker's info on back side: "Carry-safe Egg Carton Self-Locking Carton Co. Chicago, Ill. Pat's 1,975,127-8-9".
Carton came from the Tscheschke farm, located northeast of Littleton.
|Caption||Egg carton, c.1935|
|Makers mark||Carry-safe Egg Carton Self-Locking Carton Co. Chicago, Ill. Pat's 1,975,127-8-9|
Ranch, Tscheschke Farm