Join us in feeling grateful for central heating, ice cube trays, and springtime, won’t you? From the Skidmore New Era (Skidmore, Missouri), February 12, 1914, page 8: Ice Men Busy Gathering Crop. With the blizzard that swept down on this… Read moreIce Men Busy, 1914
This reminder to be grateful for ice trays and ice makers is brought to you by the June 22, 1916 Skidmore News (Skidmore, Missouri), page 1: Notice. As the ice man makes his rounds every day, please put out your… Read moreIce Deliveries, 1916
John Bodle of Skidmore, Missouri has an accident while hauling ice in 1907.
From the February 8, 1901 Skidmore Standard, page 1, in the days when ice in your iced tea took a lot more work than just walking to the kitchen: The Ice Harvest is On. The ice men are working full… Read moreIce Harvest is On
Mother Nature was our ice cube maker in 1901. From the February 8, 1901 Skidmore Standard: The Ice Harvest is OnThe ice men are working full hours this week and are getting a very fine quality of ice. It is… Read moreIce Harvest