The Archives just received a shipment that had an interesting commemorative bottle and as a result, our post today is all Scottish.
As 2009 marks the 250th anniversary of the birth of Robert Burns, the famous Scottish poet, Burns' anniversary was designated by the First Minister Alex Salmond as one of the series of "Homecoming Events" to showcase the best of Scotland and invite all who love Scotland to come home for a visit in 2009.
While I was researching our history in Scotland, I came across this great image of Edinburgh Castle with a Coke delivery truck in the foreground. The photograph appeared in
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