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|The picture shows a view of this 1959 Anadama Bread Advertising Auto Photograph Slide. The slide is dated June 1959. The location it was taken is unknown, but we have been told that it may be from Rockport, Massachusetts on Bearskin Neck. It seems to be in a tourist area. Some information was found online about this bread:|
[a-nuh-DAM-uh] An early American yeast bread flavored with cornmeal and molasses. Legend says this bread was created by a New England farmer plagued by a lazy wife who served him the same cornmeal-molasses gruel every day. One morning, the disgusted farmer grabbed the bowl of gruel, tossed in some flour and yeast, and began stirring like crazy, all the while muttering angrily, "Anna, damn 'er!"
© Copyright Barron's Educational Services, Inc. 1995 based on THE FOOD LOVER'S COMPANION, 2nd edition, by Sharon Tyler Herbst.
The side of this small advertising car reads as follows:
''A NEW ENGLAND (?????)''
The slide measures 2'' x 2''. It is in mint as made condition.
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