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Listed under:  Economics and business  >  Economy  >  Consumption  >  Consumer goods  >  Food products  >  Dairy products  >  Butter

Unloading milk cans on the river dock in 1933

This is silent footage from a 1933 documentary entitled 'The castle, Clarence River and Mount Ogilvie'. The footage shows a group of men unloading milk cans onto a dock on the Clarence River in New South Wales and placing them on a conveyor belt that is carrying the milk cans further up the river bank to a butter factory.


Kurdish butter churn, c1920

This is an earthenware butter churn from Kurdistan, made in about 1920. The churn, which is orange-brown in colour, is a hollow biconical vessel with a wide body that tapers to narrower ends. There are raised bands on each end of the vessel. A short cylindrical form, which has dark kiln staining around its rim, is joined ...