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Rudolf Hershey collected, mounted, and hand-framed a collection of flour bags from mills in ten states. Many of the beautifully mounted flour bags were distributed to the original mills. The remainder of his collection was transferred to the Mid-Atlantic Affiliate of SPOOM for preservation and public access. Sample items are pictured below without the frame.
This collection of 40 items is available on loan for use in whole or part by museums, libraries and similar groups as part of educational exhibits or programs. Select this link to view this entire collection in the Hershey Flour Bag Catalog which lists the items by state along with photos, mill and product names, and dimensions.
Arrangements for borrowing the items commence with the submission of the Flour Bag Loan Form which contains conditions for use of the collection items.The borrowing entity is responsible for picking up and returning the items borrowed and ensuring they are packed/wrapped in a comparable manner to when they were picked up. Completed forms may be emailed to email@example.com or snail mailed to Susan Langley, 510A Pafel Rd., Annapolis, MD 21401
Check under the Resource tab for information about the Rudolf Hershey Flour Bag Collection which is available for loan to mills, museums, historical societies and similar organizations.Read More
Our Fall 2022 Newsletter with photos and details of our Fall meeting in the Waynesboro and Greecastle area of PA and other articles of interest to our mill enthusiasts is now available. Special thanks to Susan Langley and Dan Campbell for their outstanding efforts as editor and chief contributors to this informative and colorful newsletter!