Memphis Forest Hill Dairy

                 ...Vintage Souvenir Booklet of the Dairy - 1942


This souvenir book , published in 1942, offers a trip through the modern Dairy Plant in Memphis.   The purpose of the booklet is to give customers who don't have an opportunity to visit the plant a brief view of the effort and care that goes into a bottle or a package of dairy products .  It's a rare book because it shows the interiors and operations of all the Forest Hill Dairy Buildings.   This facility at 2040 Madison Avenue, is still in operation and is now owned and by Prairie Farms Dairy.

Thanks to Dave French for allowing us to scan and to post his souvenir book on this website.


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Page 37 Page 38 Page 39 Back Cover
  ... Collection Dave French  



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