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 What was the price of milk in 1934?

Answer A quart of milk cost just 10 cents in 1934. Hamburger was 10 cents per pound and eggs were only 29 cents a dozen. An entire meal at the Waldorf-Astoria's Morse Grill in New York City could be purch... Read More »
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What was the price of milk in 1985?

According to 1980s Flashback, the price of a gallon of milk was $2.26 in 1985. In comparison, the price of a gallon of milk at Kroger was $2.22 as of April 2010. In a 2009 article in "USA Today," m... Read More »
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What was the price of milk in 1989?

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What was the price of milk in 1913?

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