The story of Tupperware parties in pictures, 1950s

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When an amateur inventor and designer named Earl Silas Tupper first invented Tupperware around 1942 (from a refined version of polyethylene that he referred to as “Poly-T: Material of the Future), he envisaged the total “Tupperization” of the American home. Throughout the Depression Tupper had persevered in his endeavor to become a commercial inventor and […]

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