Synopsis of Lunch Box
The 1960's became the empire of the jet and space ages. Travelling by airplane was an event, and being well-dressed was the norm. In 1968, Ohio Art released this lunch-carrying promotion for the joys and freedom of the airline industry in which budding young pilots could carry their in-flight meals. Sorry, Captain, no coffee today - this box was made without a thermos (but it did have logos for all the major airlines on the side-panels).