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Bottles Of Chocolate Syrup - McDonald Ice Cream Company, March 1954

Bottles Of Chocolate Syrup - McDonald Ice Cream Company, March 1954 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 27, 1954
Caption
FACTORY TO FOUNTAIN: From giant mixing vats at the McDonald Supply Co., a subsidiary of the McDonald Ice Cream Co., flavored syrups for ice cream are piped into bottles and cans. Here, Paul DuBois checks the machine which caps bottles of chocolate.

Mixing Chocolate Syrup - McDonald Ice Cream Company, March 1954

Mixing Chocolate Syrup - McDonald Ice Cream Company, March 1954 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 27, 1954
Caption
NOT CEMENT, BUT CHOCOLATE SYRUP: In this vat, chocolate syrup is prepared for use in fountains and homes. From here, it goes into bottles and cans.

Freezing Room - McDonald Ice Cream Company, March 1954

Freezing Room - McDonald Ice Cream Company, March 1954 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 27, 1954
Caption
A BIT OF THE ARCTIC: In this large freezing room, ice cream is subjected to 20 degrees below zero temperatures. Paul V. Tower is completing the stocking job. These containers later will be shipped.

Pouring & Packaging - McDonald Ice Cream Company, March 1954

Pouring & Packaging - McDonald Ice Cream Company, March 1954 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 27, 1954
Caption
POURING ACCOMPLISHED: Ice cream is poured from flavoring vats into containers in a semi-liquid state termed "plastic." From here, it goes to the freezing room prior to shipping. Pouring and packaging is being done by McDonald workers (left to right) George A. Sears, Albert J. Gibas, Charles A. Lamb and J. Bruno Ninotti.