1920's - 1930's: REMEMBERING THE NON SLICED LOAF OF BREAD
Back when I was a boy 7 decades ago or more, we bought unsliced bread. Why? Money was tight. Bread cost a nickel or dime a loaf and with 5 hungry mouths to feed, Mom Glover saw that slicing one by one kept the other end of the loaf fresher than if there were air circulating between the slices. The interesting sales ad from Freihoffers lists the "corner stores" and others who carried the then popular bread.