Who invented ice boxes?

Answer Early refrigerators, sometimes referred to as ice boxes, were invented in the early 1900s. In 1915, Frigidaire began to sell the Guardian Frigerator, one of the first household refrigerators. In 19... Read More »

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Who invented juice boxes?

Juice boxes were invented by Dr. Ruben Rausing in Sweden during World War II. The name of Dr. Rausing's company was Tetra Pak, which got it's name from the tetrahedron shape.Source:Google Books: Fo... Read More »

Who invented paper and/or cardboard boxes?

The cardboard box as we know it today was invented in stages, and with contributions from several people. Albert Jones was issued a patent for corrugated cardboard that was used as shipping materia... Read More »

Who invented the collection boxes for the post office?

Albert Potts invented the first letter collection box used by the U.S. Post Office Department. Potts, who worked in the iron manufacturing industry in Philadelphia, patented his idea on March 9, 19... Read More »

Proceedes from a cookie sale totaled 50.50 on 36 boxes sold some boxes sold for 1.25 and some for 1.50 each how many boxes were sold at 1.25?