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The biggest crowd in the 52-year history of the 12th street market in Philadelphia, lined up early in the morning of May 9, 1946 as the New Jersey egg producers’ cooperative put on sale 12,000 pounds of butter, one pound to a customer.
AP Photo

The biggest crowd in the 52-year history of the 12th street market in Philadelphia, lined up early in the morning of May 9, 1946 as the New Jersey egg producers’ cooperative put on sale 12,000 pounds of butter, one pound to a customer.

AP Photo

 
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    My thoughts while looking at this:“Wow, all of those people lined up for a sale on butter.”“Love.”“Look at how dapper...
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