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California Fish & Poultry Market -Rare Arizona oyster jar - can be found in both pint & quart size. This business operated under this name from 1914 to 1922.
Arizona Milks & Food Bottles
This category is inclusive of milk bottles, food bottles & extracts. Milks are by far the most common form of bottle from Arizona with the other types of food bottles being very limited in number.  
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Golden Rule Dairy - Glendale, Arizona
Previously unknown Arizona milk bottle.
2 examples were dug in January, 2010 in old town Glendale. In business from 1913 to 1916.
Barkley-Berryman Mercantile Co. - One of only two "ring neck extract type" bottles from Arizona and the only one territorial marked. They were open from 1897 to 1898 when the company became Barkley Brothers Mercantile Company.
Jerome Dairy - The Fred Mickle marked bottle is the earliest of the Jerome Dairy bottles and the only one that is verified from Jerome. Mickle ran the dairy from 1909 to 1916, with the Jerome location probably being a milk depot. The Dairy was actually located in Cottonwood, Arizona and ran from 1908 to around 1930. A later Jerome Dairy opened in 1936 and was also in Cottonwood.
Meadow Farm Dairy - One of the earliest dairies in Arizona to use an embossed bottle, it operated from 1898 to 1911. This dairy also has an older bowling pin shaped bottle.
Munger Brothers - One of three Phoenix companies to produce olive oil in the early 1900's. These bottles are often mistaken for whiskies.
Flower's Dairy - A very rare 1937 ACL milk bottle from Glendale. Used by a milk depot which operated from 1937 to 1939. Both this and its embossed counterpart are presently one of a kind.
Arizona Dairy Tokens
South Globe Dairy - From mining town of Globe.
Mountain Dairy - Territorial token from Prescott.
Arizona Milk Can Tags
University Farm - From the dairy located at the University of Arizona in Tucson.
Campbell Farms - A northern Arizona Dairy located in Chino Valley.
Arizona Milk Cap Picks
New Swiss Dairy - This dairy was located in Prescott.
Van Hook & Co. - 1920's style milk can with tag from mining town of Miami 
Arizona Dairy Billheads
Morenci & Clifton Dairy - 1906 billhead from the Lines Brothers dairy in Clifton & Morenci.
Flower's Dairy - Found this previously unlisted 1939 embossed milk bottle from Glendale in a small town in Texas in the summer of 2022. Its ACL counterpart was also unknown and was first described in 2021.
International Dairy - Located in the border town of Douglas, this dairy operated from 1902 to the early 1920's. Both bottles are very rare.
Pure Milk Depot - This Bisbee business was initially managed by William E. Otis Jr. and operated from 1916 to 1924. the bottle is presently unique.
Warren Ranch - These early milks are both very rare and were used by the Warren Ranch Company of Bisbee. This dairy operated from 1905 to the 1920's.