A metal baking pan. The pan consists of four individual loaf pans attached in a row along the long edges. There are strips of metal on each side, to which the loaf pans are bolted. There are also pieces connecting each pan to the next in the middle. The metal is black, but there are areas that show significant wear and rusting. The bottoms of the pans appear to be somwhat warped, and the pan does not sit completely flat.
This baking pan was used at Angelo's Bakery in Berwyn, Illinois, presumably during the mid-to-late 1900s. The bakery was owned by Angelo Tolios.
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Pan, Bread, Angelo's Bakery, National Hellenic Museum, https://collections.nationalhellenicmuseum.org/Detail/objects/7708. Accessed 03/01/24.