What was the first lunch box?

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Kabir Tandon

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Jeeteshi Thaker

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Bhupal Arora

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(Fun fact: The first tin lunch boxes were made from empty tobacco tins!) In 1935, Mickey Mouse was the first popular character to be featured on a

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Nilshikha Panchal

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The first character to grace the front of a lunch box was Mickey Mouse in 1935. Milwaukee company Geuder, Paeschke, & Frey obtained licensing

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Arghya Ramakrishnan

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The first lunch box decorated with a famous licensed character was introduced in 1935. Produced by Geuder, Paeschke & Frey, it featured Mickey Mouse, and" In the United States · Decorated · In popular culture · Political symbolism

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Sumeet Kamdar

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The first lunch box decorated with a famous licensed character was introduced in 1935. Produced by Geuder, Paeschke & Frey, it featured Mickey Mouse, and was" In the United States · Decorated · Political symbolism

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Gurman Kant

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I know I'm not alone here — I bet you loved your first lunch box, too. Lunch boxes have been connecting kids to cartoons and TV shows and

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Kananbala Kari

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From there, it was a small step to a box specifically made for that purpose, and in 1902 the first true kids' lunch box came out. No, it didn't feature turn-of-the-century

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Waman Morar

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Although the “Hoppy” lunch boxes weren't the first licensed effort – the first such lunch box was a Mickey Mouse number released in 1935 – they

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Dhruti Rastogi

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According to the timeline, the first commercial lunch boxes, which resembled metal picnic baskets decorated with scenes of playing children,

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Lavangi Kumar

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In , in what would later be considered a true stroke of

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