Posted 5 years ago
These belonged to my Great Grandfather. In the late 1920's he worked as a waiter, soda fountain man, and candy-maker assistant. As time went by it turned into a restaurant. In 1950 my Great Grandfather bought the Palace of Sweets. He owned it until 1975 then retired. In 1978 he bought it back. I have heard stories of my uncle holding me and feeding me dill pickles as a toddler. The molds have been handed down in my family, and I plan to keep it going. We are going to make them tomorrow for the first time. I have had them since 2007. Just something I thought I would share. Happy Easter!