Jo-Jo drink

Title

Jo-Jo drink

Subject

Foodways
Soft Drinks

Description

“Jo-Jo” was a chocolate-flavored beverage created by Bob’s Cola, an Atlanta-based bottling company from 1940 to 1951. Owned by Benjamin J. Frink, Bob’s Cola sold a wide variety of flavors that competed with Coca-Cola and Pepsi. Bob's Cola was discontinued after Frink's passing in the 1950s. This bottle was found alongside two Canada Dry bottles, which date to 1950-1951, indicating it was probably from those years as well.
Bob's Cola was headquartered at 863 Lee St SW.

Source

http://www.bobscola.com/

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution archives

Publisher

Phoenix Project

Date

1950-1951

Contributor

Archaeological Methods (ANTH 4590/6590) Fall 2017 - Group 7
Summer 2023 HIP SI

Format

Weight: 381.5g
H: 151mm
D: 58mm

Type

Glass
Bottle

Identifier

p58, ACC 171

Coverage

9FU88

Collection

Citation

“Jo-Jo drink,” The Phoenix Project , accessed May 29, 2024, http://martaphoenixproject.gsuanthropology.com/items/show/107.

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