New York: Dussourd and Filser, Ca. 1930s. A New York broadside price list and order form featuring domestic as well as honey imported from around the world, including Wescobee West Australian honey and Allowrie honey from New South Wales. The Australian honey is listed at the top, under "Australia", and again, under "New South Wales" as if it were a separate country.
The Australian honey is Wescobee Jarrah Transparent, Karri Transparent and White Gum Opaque. The New South Wales honey is Allowrie Candied, with 16 ounce jars available for 57 cents. Other foreign sources include Canada, Chile, Cuba, Czechoslovakia, England, France, Greece, Guatemala, Haiti, Hawaii, Holland, Hungary, Italy, Palestine, Portugal, New Zealand, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria. Domestically, honey is available from 16 states, principally from California, New York, Pennsylvania and Texas. The date derives from 1930s from an advertisement found in "A Catalogue of Fine Foods, 1938-1939, by Charles & Co." The order form printed on the verso lists the address of Dussourd & Filser at 960 Madison Avenue, New York City. Although "Thos Peterson" is written in the upper left corner, he did not purchase any honey using this form. 6 x 12". Upper corner slightly ruffled, otherwise very good condition. Very good overall. Item #25886