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Dairy Queen in Council Grove, Kansas

Dairy Queen in Council Grove, Kansas
Date: Between 1960 and 1969
This is a photograph showing the Dairy Queen in Council Grove, Kansas.


Dari Creme  Drive-in, Topeka, Kansas

Dari Creme Drive-in, Topeka, Kansas
Date: Between 1954 and 1956
This black and white photograph shows the Dari Crème Drive In at 1434 Kansas Avenue in Topeka, Kansas.


Dari Delite ice cream store, Topeka, Kansas

Dari Delite ice cream store, Topeka, Kansas
Date: Between 1950 and 1960
This black and white photograph shows the Dari Delite ice cream store in Topeka, Kansas. Owned by Clarence Sharkey, the business was located at 2301 West Tenth Avenue from 1955 to 1958.


Fairmont ice cream store, Iola, Kansas

Fairmont ice cream store, Iola, Kansas
Creator: Gibson, Arthur E.
Date: 1950s
This black and white photograph shows the Fairmont Ice Cream Store on the corner of South Jefferson Avenue and East Street, in Iola, Kansas. Also visible, is the store front of Litwins Department Store and on the upper level, optometrist Dr. Mila Lee's office.


Fudgicle sticks

Fudgicle sticks
Creator: Fudgicle
Date: between 1925 and 1935
Wood fudgicle sticks from Scott Brothers Ice Cream Company of Topeka. The words "Fudgicle" and "Free" were concealed by ice cream. When a person ate the frozen treat, he/she received another one free if the stick was thus marked. The name changed to "Fudgsicle" in the late 1930s. Scott Brothers was founded in 1879 by Harry C. Scott and claimed to be the oldest ice cream manufacturer in Kansas.


Pet Milk Company truck, Iola, Kansas

Pet Milk Company truck, Iola, Kansas
Date: 1952
This black and white photograph shows a gentleman standing beside a delivery truck containing ice cream mix for the Pet Milk Company in Iola, Kansas.


Popsicle Pete sign

Popsicle Pete sign
Creator: G. W. French
Date: 1937
Cardboard countertop advertising sign for Popsicles featuring the mascot "Popsicle Pete." From Scott Brothers Ice Cream Company of Topeka, Kansas. Scott Brothers was founded in 1879 by Harry C. Scott and claimed to be the oldest ice cream manufacturer in Kansas.


Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas

Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas
Date: 1900-1950
Multiple scenes of Sherman County, Kansas.


Scott Brothers Ice Cream carton lid

Scott Brothers Ice Cream carton lid
Creator: Scott Brothers Ice Cream Company
Date: between 1925 and 1935
Cardboard lid for small cup of ice cream or sherbet, with pull tab at side. From by Scott Brothers Ice Cream Company of Topeka. The company was founded in 1879 by Harry C. Scott and claimed to be the oldest ice cream manufacturer in Kansas.


Scott Brothers Ice Cream serving tray

Scott Brothers Ice Cream serving tray
Date: between 1925 and 1940
Cardboard carrying tray with holes for five ice cream cones, from Scott Brothers Ice Cream Company of Topeka. Scott Brothers was founded in 1879 by Harry C. Scott and claimed to be the oldest ice cream manufacturer in Kansas.


Scott Brothers Ice Cream sign

Scott Brothers Ice Cream sign
Creator: Wilson-Hurd Company
Date: 1929
Aluminum flavors sign from Scott Brothers Ice Cream Company of Topeka, Kansas. Made by the Wilson-Hurd Company of Wisconsin, the sign has slots for the cardboard inserts printed with names of flavors. Scott Brothers was founded in 1879 by Harry C. Scott and claimed to be the oldest ice cream manufacturer in Kansas.


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