Object ID 001142
Object Name Southern Plantation Brand Syrup can
Object Desc Metal can originally containing Southern Plantation brand Syrup, made in Cairo, Georgia.
Collection General Collection
Accession # CMY001004
General Category History
Category Food Containers
Source Category Found In Collection
Accession Date JAN 1,1991
Location H. Grafman Grocery Exhibit
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Status On Exhibit
Object Keywords syrup,cans,Southern Plantation (brand),Cane Growers Co-op Association,food,
Title Southern Plantation Brand Syrup can
Description An empty tin syrup can that is colored with light blue, dark blue, white, red, and gold. The front of the label states that it is Southern Plantation Brand Syrup. It is Pure Georgia Ribbon Cane and is supported by the Cane Growers Co-operative Association. It is from Cairo, GA. The image on the sides of the front label is of sugar cane and a brick walls. The back of the can has an image of a southern plantation and has writing similar to the front label. the right side of the can has a image of people cutting down the sugar cane and it guarantees 100% Pure Healthful Nourishing and is produced under ideal conditions and contains Georgia sugar cane. Can top is missing. The bottom is blank.
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Place of Origin
Maker Souther Plantation Brand
Maker Details Southern Plantation Brand. Pure Georgia Ribbon Cane. Cane Growers Co-operative Association. Cairo, GA. For years Cairo was known as the heart of Georgia syrup making. Many companies were located there.
Date JAN 7,2014
Summary Very Good
Assessor Brooke Uhl
Notes the can has some edge wear and is taped on the can in some places.