|Object Name||Can, Milk|
|Material(s)||Galvanized steel; copper|
|Dimensions||H-19.5 Dia-11 inches|
|Description||This is a glavanized steel cream can. It has a raised bottom, two stamped steel handles welded onto the shoulders beneath the neck, a flared mouth, and a locking cap with a handle. There are two holes in the sides of the cap. It has two steel loops welded to the outside of the mouth. There is a copper owners tag soldered to the shoulder.|
|Notes||Collected by the donor from antique shops and barns, etc. in southern Indiana, Ohio, and Kentucky over the last thirty years.|
|Collection||George Underhill Collection|
Mattingly, Lewis E.
|Physical Holder||Kentucky Historical Society - KHS|