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  • Hubbly Bubbly
    Graham Whyte was my Mom, June’s brother.
  • Hubbly Bubbly
    My Mom, June, was Graham Whyte’s sister. She’s still alive at 89 and lives in Mossel Bay now. Walter Whyte was my grandfather. As kids we spent many hours in the factory watching the bottling, sometimes bursting under pressure. I have a few bottles but my prized possession I ‘inherited’ is an unopened bottle of Stevenson & Howell Raspberry Fruit Extract with a date advertising the Worlds Fair Chicago in 1893. I also have a few E S Whyte (GW’s grandfather and founder of the Cradock factory) glass marble bottles my Mom gave me after uncle Graham’s passing.
  • Hubbly Bubbly
    My Mom, June, was Graham Whyte’s sister. She’s still alive at 89 and lives in Mossel Bay now. Walter Whyte was my grandfather. As kids we spent many hours in the factory watching the bottling, sometimes bursting under pressure. I have a few bottles but my prized possession I ‘inherited’ is an unopened bottle of Stevenson & Howell Raspberry Fruit Extract with a date advertising the Worlds Fair Chicago in 1893. I also have a few E S Whyte (GW’s grandfather and founder of the Cradock factory) glass marble bottles my Mom gave me after uncle Graham’s passing.
  • Hubbly Bubbly
    My Mom, June, was Graham Whyte’s sister. She’s still alive at 89 and lives in Mossel Bay now. Walter Whyte was my grandfather. As kids we spent many hours in the factory watching the bottling, sometimes bursting under pressure. I have a few bottles but my prized possession I ‘inherited’ is an unopened bottle of Stevenson & Howell Raspberry Fruit Extract with a date advertising the Worlds Fair Chicago in 1893. I also have a few E S Whyte (GW’s grandfather and founder of the Cradock factory) glass marble bottles my Mom gave me after uncle Graham’s passing.
  • Hubbly Bubbly
    My Mom, June, was Graham Whyte’s sister. She’s still alive at 89 and lives in Mossel Bay now. Walter Whyte was my grandfather. As kids we spent many hours in the factory watching the bottling, sometimes bursting under pressure. I have a few bottles but my prized possession I ‘inherited’ is an unopened bottle of Stevenson & Howell Raspberry Fruit Extract with a date advertising the Worlds Fair Chicago in 1893. I also have a few E S Whyte (GW’s grandfather and founder of the Cradock factory) glass marble bottles my Mom gave me after uncle Graham’s passing.
  • Hubbly Bubbly
    My Mom, June, was Graham Whyte’s sister. She’s still alive at 89 and lives in Mossel Bay now. Walter Whyte was my grandfather. As kids we spent many hours in the factory watching the bottling, sometimes bursting under pressure. I have a few bottles but my prized possession I ‘inherited’ is an unopened bottle of Stevenson & Howell Raspberry Fruit Extract with a date advertising the Worlds Fair Chicago in 1893. I also have a few E S Whyte (GW’s grandfather and founder of the Cradock factory) glass marble bottles my Mom gave me after uncle Graham’s passing.
  • Hubbly Bubbly
    My Mom, June, was Graham Whyte’s sister. She’s still alive at 89 and lives in Mossel Bay now. Walter Whyte was my grandfather. As kids we spent many hours in the factory watching the bottling, sometimes bursting under pressure. I have a few bottles but my prized possession I ‘inherited’ is an unopened bottle of Stevenson & Howell Raspberry Fruit Extract with a date advertising the Worlds Fair Chicago in 1893. I also have a few E S Whyte (GW’s grandfather and founder of the Cradock factory) glass marble bottles my Mom gave me after uncle Graham’s passing.

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