During the demo, especially in the attic, I've come across a lot of interesting little "treasures". The most notable being the tin toy car I found in the attic. I found out from an antique toy expert that it was made in the 1920s and is called a Hill Climber. I believe it was purposely planted there so that it would be discovered during a later renovation. It was right behind some very old wallboard that had been used to "finish" the attic. It came rolling at me as soon as I removed the wallboard.
I found this whole pad of "Extra Order Slips" from The Cloverdale Dairy Co. These would probably have been what you would have given your milkman to let him know how much milk to deliver and how often. The date slot on the form is "191_" indicating they were used from 1910-1919.
Someone's old family photo. Nothing written on it.
Grandmother's Gelatin, made by the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company (no date).
Pompeian Olive Oil and Stag Tobacco tins.
Devoe Watercolors with 1922 mini calendar inside.
The Farm Journal, April 1922.
Little Folks. The Children's Magazine. May 1918.
Adolph Spiehler perfume bottle.
Two unopened boxes of 1915 GE light bulbs. Found under the attic floor.