A collection of early packing labels, probably from 1930s-1950s, used by company formed in 1926 by Andrew Duda, Sr. and his three sons, John, Andy and Ferdinand. The company has variously been known as "Andrew Duda & Sons,"& "A.Duda & Sons Cooperative Association." " A. Duda & Sons, Inc," the "Duda Corporation," or simply as DUDA. Many of the brand names reflected on the early labels have long-since disappeared, but "Dandy" and "Vanity" seem to have survived throughout the years of the company's existence.
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Duda, Andrew, Sr.; Duda, A. and Sons Cooperative Association; Duda, Andrew & Sons; Celery labels; Produce labels; Duda packing labels; Dandy brand labels; Vanity brand labels; Duda, Andrew, Jr.; Duda, Ferdinand; Duda Brothers; DUDA
St. Luke's Lutheran Church and School; DSpace at St. Luke's
Duda Family Photos; Duda Family Collection
Audrey Duda Stinson collection
Seminole County, Fla.
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A. Duda & Sons, "Early produce packaging labels- Andrew Duda & Sons" (1926). Texts of Central Florida. 67.