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Barton's Seder Mints box
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Details

Object ID 003236

Object Name Barton's Seder Mints box

Object Desc Silver cardboard candy box with lid (A) and base (B) and packing materials (C, D)

Collection General Collection

Accession # CMY002921a-d

Alternate ID

General Category History

Category Candy

Source

Source Category Found In Collection

Accession Date JAN 1,1991

Credit/Acknowledgement

Location On-Site Storage

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Status On-Site Collection Storage

Object Keywords Barton's,candy,boxes,mints,Seder,


Title Barton's Seeder Mints box

Description Silver cardboard candy box with lid (A): top has a color graphic of wine glasses, decanter and fruit bowl, weight, logo, Parve and Kosher for Passover with Hebrew writing, 2 sides say Seder mints with logo, 1 side has ingredients; base (B) has no printing; packing material (C): tissue with Barton's logo; packing material (D) brown plastic sectioned insert

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Height 1

Length 13

Width 6

Depth 0

Diameter 0

Circumference 0

Weight 0

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Quantity 1

Material

Site

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Place of Origin

Maker Bartons Bonbonniere

Maker Details One legendary staple in Brooklyn's sugary past was Barton's Bonbonniere, better known as Barton's Candy. Barton's was established in 1938 by Viennese immigrant Stephen Klein. During the height of it's production, the 1950s, Barton's had three kosher manufacturing plants in Brooklyn. The main plant was at 80 DeKalb Avenue. Barton's was an international distributor and they were particularly known in the Jewish community for being "the" Passover chocolate of choice. The Klein family sold the business sometime after the 1960s. The Barton's name was used by several parent companies, but it came to a sad end in 2009. http://brooklynology.brooklynpubliclibrary.org/post/2010/02/18/Brooklyn-How-Sweet-It-Is!.aspx

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Image Caption CMY2921a-d

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Conditions

Date APR 22,2015

Summary Excellent

Assessor Megan Hindman

Notes No wear


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