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... why... ...but I have sudden craving for a delicious CORBY CAKE™.
Gold Dust Twins "I will agree with you sister why do they ... -- truck drivers and employes about the yards.
Corby - Washington's Biggest Bakery Article from October 1915 issue of ...
Washington, D.C., circa 1922. "Corby's laboratory." A newspaper ad reveals this to be Mrs. M.M. Brooke, "chemist in charge of the Corby Baking Company laboratory." National Photo Company Collection glass ... baking business, and I once worked for the company that Corby eventually became part of, so this brings back memories.
Mrs. Brooke ...
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