It matches the red one I posted from a dairy in Galveston. Is that fairly typical? I guess the bottle manufacturer had a set of designs to choose from and the designs ended up sprinkled across the country?
Thats some great info. I'm learning a lot. Thanks for sharing.Yes, that's correct. Most pyro designs were stock designs that the dairy owners picked out of a catalog from the bottle maker. A small minority of designs were custom drawn, often with a picture of the dairy building. Here's a page from an Owens-Illinois catalog.