Ice-Cold Soda Pop 5¢ - An Illustrated History of Oregon Soda Pop Bottling by Ron Fowler - OUT OF PRINT

Which Oregon bottler gained fame as "Tarzan" in the movies?  Which Hall of Fame baseball player owned an Oregon Coca-Cola plant?  The answers, and hundreds of other interesting facts are included in this comprehensive history of Oregon's soft drink industry since 1850.  Highlights include:

  • Alphabetical listing of over 400 bottling firms, including company histories, years of operation, owners, addresses, brands, flavors, biographical sketches, and more;

  • Scale drawings show full embossings and labels for over 200 blob top, Hutchinson, crown top, siphon, and Applied Color Label bottles;

  • Detailed explanations of bottle styles and how they functioned;

  • Bottle color, size, and rarity; and

  • Abundantly illustrated with advertisements, paper labels, letterheads, and trade mark registrations.

82 information-packed, 8.5" x 11" pages, soft cover, comb bound, © 1981.  $29.95 each includes FREE shipping via USPS Media Mail to U.S. (no foreign sales).  Send money order, cash, cashier's check, or personal check (held until it clears) to:

Ron Fowler
6311 139th Ln SW
Rochester WA 98579-9743

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED: If for any reason you are not completely satisfied with Ice-Cold Soda Pop 5¢ - An Illustrated History Of Oregon Soda Pop Bottling after 10 days of receipt, return the book undamaged for a full refund.

OUT OF PRINT 12-04-23

© 2023 Seattle History Company