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All through the years, as we have shopped at the stores, the salesperson waiting on us might ask, “Would you like a bag for that?” or “Would you like me to wrap that for you?” In the old days, the bag was usually a brown paper bag. A “wrap” would usually be a heavy white paper that came on a big roll, and the salesperson would tear off however much was needed to wrap our items.

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Community, Pages 5 on 04/07/2010

Print Headline: Now & Then How wrappings and packaging have changed

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