Worley's soda bottles


Title
Worley's soda bottles
Description
Clear and brown glass bottles which contained Worley's soda. Little is known about Worley’s except that it was manufactured in Selma, North Carolina and specialized in rootbeer. These bottles exhibit the change in bottling and advertising logos over time. Date approximated.
Date
1910-1970
Original Format
equipment
Extent
Local Identifier
Tobacco Farm Life Museum
Subject(s)
Spatial
Location of Original
Tobacco Farm Life Museum
Rights
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Comments

Leroy Howell Jun 12 2019

My uncle owned and bottled this beverage. Carl Worley, He also owned the Pepsi plant too.

Donna ellis Feb 01 2019

Found a green worley's pale dry made in selma nc. Any suggestions or key words to search history?

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