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TitleMolded One-piece Hinged Box
Object NameMolded One-piece Hinged Box
Manufactured ByScott Paper Company
DescriptionBlue plastic hinged box with the words "Baby Fresh" in raised letters on top surface. Polypropylene (PP) is the first plastic material that allowed the production of molded oine-piece hinged products. The one-piece "living" hinge was discovered by John McCulla at Enjay (now Exxon Mobil) Company. It was introduced at the 1963 National Plastics Exposition as a recipe box with a hinged lid.
Date Manufactured1982
MaterialPolypropylene
Manufacturing ProcessInjection Molded
Number of Objects1
Accession Number2010.036
DonorOn deposit from Glenn and Patsy Beall.
Broad SubjectPersonal Care and Toiletries
SubjectsMiscellaneous
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