Look Who’s 80 This Month!

It's Campbell's Chicken Noodle Soup, sold since 1934. In 2013, 200 million cans sold in this country.

It’s Campbell’s Chicken Noodle Soup, sold since 1934. In 2013, 200 million cans sold in this country.

Andy Warhol designed can.

Andy Warhol designed can.

This is Dr. John Dorrance President of Campbell's Soup since 1914, who developed the formula for the soup.

This is Dr. John Dorrance, President of Campbell’s Soup since 1914, who developed the formula for the soup.

Why bring up Dr. John Dorrance? He owned this house on the Back Shore. It was called Twin Light Manor, and later the Ocean View Inn, unfortunately now in foreclosure. I like the Chicken Noodle Soup, it's just a little too salty for me.
Why bring up Dr. John Dorrance? He owned this house on the Back Shore. It was called the Dorrance house, Twin Light Manor, and later the Ocean View Inn, unfortunately now in foreclosure. I like the Chicken Noodle Soup, it’s just a little too salty for me.

About Fredrik Bodin

Fred Bodin is a photographer who owns a gallery on Main Street in downtown Gloucester, MA. The gallery features Fred's land and seascapes, as well as historic images printed from the old negatives.
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9 Responses to Look Who’s 80 This Month!

  1. I had no idea!!! Thank you.

  2. Interesting and fun information to know ;) will add that to my “things to tell family” as we do the Gloucester roam around and explore ~ thanks Fred

  3. That first shot of the two kids just cracks me up.

    Kid #1: I ate some mushrooms!
    Kid #2: Me too!
    Kid #1: Let’s go talk to the hookah smoking caterpillar!
    Kid #2: OK! Follow the Rabbit!

  4. ^^^ lol Paul! ^^^
    Fred – you have such a wealth of knowledge – thanks for sharing with us. The Chicken Noodle soup is too salty for me too – they do have versions that are less salty

  5. Anonymous says:

    I thank you for adding this great tidbit of information to the Gloucester repertoire.
    We are an amazing community.

  6. Dave Moore says:

    Oh boy Campbell’s grew up with this and works with all kinds of dishes…Thanks for the memories here Fred – watched this one on the black and White Admiral (?) TV :-)
    Campbell’s 8 1960′s Best of Campbell’s

  7. Anonymous says:

    MMM MMM Good! That’s you, too, Fred. Thanks for sharing:)

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