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Horse and cart deliveries disappeared long before 1950, AFAIK, except possibly in some deep country areas. I was born in 1953, and my childhood bread came from the village store or from the bread van which was definitely motorised because I used to imitate the noise for my parents' amusement.
The bread itself was probably much the same as home-made bread now, though. My mother regarded sliced white pan wrapped in cellophane as an American mistake :-)
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Peter Flynn
The bread was made commercial bakeries that exist now but was different in texture ( I used to walk miles to the bakery and ride back home in the cart with the deliverer
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F Murtz

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