A young man holding up multiple 6-pack cases of different brands of empty glass soft drink bottles in the mid-to-late 1960s. The black-and-white photograph shows a smiling man in a striped light-colored, collared, button-down shirt and a tie holding up multiple cases of empty glass soft drink bottles. The man has short crew-cut hair and supports the cartons of empty bottles with his knee. He is surrounded by shelves full of wooden soda crates containing more glass soda pop bottles. The labels of the cases he is holding and surrounded by read “Coca-Cola,” “Pepsi,” and “Tab.” The crates of the empty bottles have phrases printed on them, including “Drink Coca-Cola” and “Have a Coke.” The photograph was taken by Ian Bentley.
black and white photograph
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"Young Man Holding up Multiple 6-Pack Cases of Different Brands of Empty Glass Soft Drink Bottles" (1960). University Archives Photographs Collection. 985.