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1943 Coca Cola Premium Our America Lumber Booklet with (20) Colorful Cards
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1943 Coca Cola Premium Our America Lumber Booklet with (20) Colorful Cards
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The pictures show two views of this 1943 Coca Cola Premium Our America Lumber Booklet with (20) Colorful Cards. Shown is the cover and two sample pages with (5) of the (20) cards that are inside. All (20) cards are here. The booklet and the picture cards are dated copyright MCMXLIII (1943). They are each lightly pasted at the top in their appropriate places in he booklet. The booklet is titled ''OUR AMERICA - LUMBER - Trees, Timber, Wood Products''. There are other booklets to the set that pertain to different industries such as: Motion Pictures, Transportation, Oil, Coal, Electric, Steel, Glass, and Cotton.

These booklets and cards were a premium from The Coca-Cola Company and were approved by leading educators. They were distributed by The Coca-Cola Bottling Company during World War II to educate children. On the first page is a place for a childs name, Teacher, Grade, and Year. These were all filled in by a 7th grade student in 1946. There is a graphic on the back with two old Coca Cola bottles.

The colorful pictures are like trading cards. There are (20) for each industry set. Each picture card has a colorful image on the front. On the back is a number, title, information, and a Coca-Cola marking. This particular set shows many uses of lumber or other wood products. The titles on the cards or stickers are as follows:

#1. Living In A Log House
#2. Selecting Trees For Cutting
#3. Measuring A Great Log
#4. Cutting Firewood
#5. Taking Care of A Forest
#6. Hauling Logs In Former Times
#7. Hauling Logs Today
#8. Sawing Boards With A Gangsaw
#9. Planing Boards
#10. Shipping Boards
#11. Looking At Totem Pole
#12. Making Artistic Use Of Shingles
#13. Making Crates and Boxes
#14. Using Bentwood Furniture
#15. Laying A Hardwood Floor
#16. Walking Under A Figurehead
#17. Walking Down A Beautiful Stairway
#18. Erecting A Prefabricated Roof
#19. Using Wood In Airplanes
#20. Making New Profucts From Wood

The booklet measures about 7-7/8'' x 10-3/4'' and each picture card or sticker measures 3'' x 4''. The booklet and all the picture cards appear to be in near mint assembled condition as pictured. We found this booklet to have an old musty paper smell from many years of storage and you may want to air it out.

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1943 Coca Cola Premium Our America Lumber Booklet with (20) Colorful Cards 1943 Coca Cola Premium Our America Lumber Booklet with (20) Colorful Cards

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