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thanks for the background, since the
cars have a different scheme, my
question is, dud cudahy ever have a
scheme, that had "old dutch" on one
side of the car, and the."cudahy" on
the other side of the car i.e. opposite
side, as presented by certain manufactures, or was this a foobie?
Old Dutch Cleanser was a trademark of the Cudahy company (Cudahy Bros of Wisconsin was a different company). And their meat reefers carried the Old Dutch Cleanser logo. Attached is a photo of a Cudahy reefer taken in Salt Lake City, where they had a plant. Cudahy’s main plant was in south Omaha. They also had plants in Kansas City, Los Angeles, San Diego, Denver, Sioux City, South St Paul, East Chicago, Jersey City. Old Dutch Cleanser Plants were located in Los Angeles, Omaha, and Toronto.
thats a rarity, to find three "old dutch"/
cudahy in the same yard, hooked
together, unless there was a plant
close by?, always wonder if the "old
dutch"/cudahy was a foobie?