It’s National Ice Cream Day! (Don’t let it go to the dogs!)
"YOUNGSTER UNKNOWINGLY SHARES AN ICE CREAM STICK WITH A DOG AS SHE WATCHES JUDGING DURING THE KIDDIES PARADE IN JOHNSON PARK IN NEW ULM, MINNESOTA."
December 16th is National Chocolate Covered Anything Day
MEMBER OF THE DONALD DANNHEIM FAMILY WHO OPERATE A DAIRY AND ICE CREAM STORE…DANNHEIM IS WORKING HARD TO RETAIN THE 10-CENT PRICE FOR CHOCOLATE ICE CREAM BARS. HE AND HIS FAMILY FREQUENTLY ARISE AT 5 A.M. IN THE SUMMER TO HAND MAKE AND HAND WRAP THE BARS…07/1974
From the EPA Series: DOCUMERICA: The Environmental Protection Agency’s Program to Photographically Document Subjects of Environmental Concern, 1972 - 1977
Don’t let it go to the dogs…
For those of you celebrating National Ice Cream Day, we thought you would enjoy these two photos from the DOCUMERICA series. The original caption reads:
"Youngster unknowingly has shared her ice cream stick with the dog as she watches judging during the kiddies parade in Johnson Park in New Ulm, Minnesota, 07/1974."
Popsicle v. Good Humor: The Courtroom Battle
As we celebrate National Ice Cream Month and tomorrow’s National Ice Cream Day, check out this article from the Prologue Blog that discusses the legal battles over who invented “an ice convention on a stick.”
Yes, they took each other to court!