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1930s Candy



Snickers Almond (Mars Bar) - 1.76 oz bar - box of 24


 
Nonpareils - 2 lb bulk bag (225 ct)


 
Valomilk - 2 oz pkg - box of 24 packages



Pecan Log Rolls by Stuckey's - 2 oz - box of 24


 
Pecan Log Rolls by Stuckey's - 4 oz - box of 12


 
Red Hots - 5.5 oz theater box - case of 12



Big Hunk - 2 oz bar - box of 24 bars


 
Valomilk - 2 oz pkg


 
Pecan Log Rolls by Stuckey's - 2 oz - 1 piece


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The 1930s was a tough decade in America history. The Great Depression was bearing down on all American families. It was the ear when superheroes such as Superman and Batman first emerged, so did the 3 Musketeers, Kit Kat, and Snickers. Still listed as one of the best-selling candy bars ever to date, Snickers was named after the Mars family's beloved horse, and the famous 3 Musketeers "all for one, one for all" motto, the early 18th-century Kit Kat club with strong political believes...there was so much to save in those days. Nothing serves the purpose of lifting the spirits of people better than these sweet treats. From colorful Candy Buttons to tasty PayDay candy bars, from Licorice Snaps to Life Savers, the tough time certainly didn't stop the candy companies from inventing and designing more cheerful and creative candies.

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