A segmented miner’s lunch pail from the nineteenth century was, above all, practical, with stacking compartments for stews, pie, cobbler, as well as a cup on top for coffee, which was heated over a candle. The Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum received NEH funding for its permanent exhibit “Digging In.”
Our easy to carry Lunch Pail is great for young children who do not need to carry a bag to playgroup or kinder. For older children, a Stuck on You® Lunch Pail is a great way to keep food items together in school bags. A great gift idea for children starting school.
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Stuck on You® personalised Lunch Pails are handy for keeping food fresh. Made with a durable poly canvas exterior and an insulated foil lining that is easy to wipe clean. Includes inside elastic to keep drink bottle secure in the top of the pail. Our quality Lunch Pails are a great size (approx 8.27 x 8.27 x 5.12 in) for fitting in snacks and a drink for your child. A reinforced handle is perfect for little hands to carry and front pocket for a note or small items.
Last season was a very uncharacteristic year for Bud Foster’s defense. The group finished ranked No. 31 in the country — its first time outside the top 25 in over a decade. The down year had a lot of people wondering where Foster’s “Lunch Pail Defense” had gone.