Waldorf Toilet Paper, WWII US Army Reproduction

$4.00

The Waldorf Toilet Paper was made for the US Army by the Waldorf paper company.  The Waldorf Toilet Paper Reproduction is filled with facial tissues.

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The ration size Waldorf Toilet Paper Reproduction is filled with usable tissue.  These packs appeared in many of the Ration sets, including K-rations.

Waldorf Toilet Paper was made for the US Army by Scott Tissue. Waldorf brand toilet paper dates back to 1890, when it was the first paper sold in rolls.

Toilet paper may seem like a wartime requirement more than a luxury. However, many Americans were still using newspaper or pages of the Sears catalog at the time. The first splinter-free toilet paper was introduced in 1935, only 6 years before the war.

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