Object ID 001152
Object Name Golden Glory Corn Syrup
Object Desc Empty tin container of corn syrup made by the Corn Products Refining Co. under brand name of Golden Glory.
Collection General Collection
Accession # CMY001008
General Category History
Category Food Containers
Source Category Found In Collection
Accession Date JAN 1,1991
Location H. Grafman Grocery Exhibit
Start Year Range
End Year Range
Status On Exhibit
Object Keywords corn syrup,food,Golden Glory (brand),Corn Products Refining Co.,cans,cooking,
Title Golden Glory Corn Syrup
Description This is an empty circular corn syrup tin can. The colors that stand out are red, white, and blue. On the front side of the label in bold letters says Golden Glory Corn Syrup with cane flavor. It was packed at Davenport and Granite City. It is made by the Corn Products Refining Co. and contaings 90% corn syrup and 10% refining syrup. The net weight is 2.5lbs. These words are sitting on a background flags and corn images. There are two images to the right and left sides of the front. To the right is an image of an eagle holding arrows and surrounded by corn husks. On the left is some writing that guarantee's the quality of the product and complies with the FDA since 1906. The writing is also surrouned by corn husks. Along the top and bottom edge is a light blue with stars suggesting it is American made.
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Unit of Measure Inches/ounces
Place of Origin
Maker Corn Products Refining Co.
Maker Details 1906: The Corn Products Refining Company is created through the merger of the leading corn refiners in the United States. Corn Products expands into Europe. 1908: ARGO laundry starch is introduced. Construction begins on Argo corn refining plant in Bedford Park, Illinois. It remains the Company’s largest facility. 1910: National advertising of KARO syrup begins. 2012: Corn Products changes its name to Ingredion to better reflect the company’s position as a leading ingredient supplier to a range of industries.
Date JAN 8,2014
Assessor Brooke Uhl
Notes Extreme signs of staining and lots of edgewear to the label.