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Steel-saving glass-top jars recommended by the War Production Board, Containers Division, for home canning of the Victory garden fruits and vegetables in 1943. Let the jar stand for twelve hours by which time it will have cooled thoroughly. After this the screw bands may be removed permanently since the glass lid and the rubber ring provide a complete seal, with no danger of food spoilage

Steel-saving glass-top jars recommended by the War Production Board, Containers Division, for home canning of the Victory garden fruits and vegetables in 1943. Let the jar stand for twelve hours by which time it will have cooled thoroughly. After this the screw bands may be removed permanently since the glass lid and the rubber ring provide a complete seal, with no danger of food spoilage

 
 
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01/01/1943
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Collier, John, 1913-1992, photographer
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Library of Congress
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No known restrictions. For information, see U.S. Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information Black & White Photographs http://www.loc.gov/rr/print/res/071_fsab.html

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