Marjorie Last Rogers Tupperware Records
Wise, Brownie Humphrey, 1913-1991
Collection documents the planning and filming of the 1952 motion picture "A Tupperware Home Party," starring Marjorie L. Rogers.
Helen Hoch Tupperware Films
Home movies of Tupperware Jubilee events, 1959-1965, on 8mm film.
Ann and Thomas Damigella Collection
38 Motion picture films
1.25 Cubic feet (4 boxes )
Film, sound recordings and documentary material relating to the history of Tupperware home parties and the Damigella Tupperware distributorship in Everett, Massachusetts.
Jon and Sylvia Boyd Tupperware Films
Films taken of events at five Tupperware Jubilees: 1957, 1960, 1961, 1964, 1970.
Brownie Wise Papers
The papers consist of business records documenting the history of Tupperware from 1951-1958, during which Brownie Wise served as vice president of the Tupperware Company. Also, personal papers and business records documenting her marketing activities for Stanley Home Products, Vivian Woodard Cosmetics, and others.
Earl S. Tupper Papers
Papers documenting inventor Earl S. Tupper, his inventions, Tupperware and the Tupper Company.
Norman Squires Collection
O'Brien, Catherine L.
Squires, Norman W.
Collection documents Norman Squires's career as a salesperson for the Aluminum Cooking Utensil Company of America, Stanley Home Products, and Encyclopedia Britannica. Norman Squires conceptualized and implemented the party plan method of direct selling.
Stanley Home Products Collection
Beveridge, Frank Stanley
O'Brien, Catherine L.
The collection documents the development of the Stanley Home Products Company, Incorporated its activities and those of its employees. The materials include photographs and photograph albums, speeches and presentations, catalogs and other printed material, inspirational and motivational materials, annual reports, film and audio recordings.
Frances S. Baker Product Cookbooks
Small cookbooks, primarily in pamphlet form, produced either by the manufacturer of one of the ingredients or by the manufacturer of appliances used in preparing the recipe. These cookbooks also advertise the products represented. Collection includes pamphlets on canning, canning labels, recipes from newspapers, and several regional cookbooks, including Canada and the Pacific Northwest.
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