Baby Ruth candy bars & chocolates, the way they used to be years ago

Baby Ruth candy bars Quick pickup for safety on the road (1951)

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Old-fashioned Baby Ruth candy bars – “A favorite everywhere!” (1926)

Vintage Baby Ruth candy bars - A favorite everywhere (1926)


Baby Ruth chocolate bar keepsake cedar chest (1926)

Baby Ruth chocolate bar keepsake cedar chest (1926)


Baby Ruth Gum – Real Mint flavor (1920s)

This vintage gum didn’t taste like chocolate or peanuts, but briefly capitalized on the Baby Ruth brand name! 

Baby Ruth Gum - Real Mint flavor (1920s)


Baby Ruth — rich in dextrose! Vintage ad (1930s)

Baby Ruth rich in dextrose vintage ad (1930s)


Baby Ruth candy bars for soldiers in WWII (1943)

Baby Ruth candy bars for soldiers in WWII (1943)


Baby Ruth chocolate candy for a shopping lift! (1950s)

Baby Ruth chocolate candy for a shopping lift!


Curtiss Baby Ruth for Christmas

Curtiss: Makers of Butterfinger, Coconut Grove, Dip candy bars, Saf-T-Pops, Fruit Drops, Mints and Gum — See more Curtis candies: Chocolates & fruit drops (1951-1953)

Curtiss Baby Ruth for Christmas (1951)


Baby Ruth candy bars: Quick pickup for safety on the road (1951)

Baby Ruth candy… rich in dextrose (food-energy sugar)

Baby Ruth candy bars Quick pickup for safety on the road (1951)


Curtiss vintage Baby Ruth nuggets candy (1955)

Curtiss vintage Baby Ruth nuggets candy (1955)


Baby Ruth nuggets and Butterfinger Chips (1950s)

Baby Ruth nuggets and Butterfinger Chips (1950s)


“A Rose and a Baby Ruth” song (1957)

A Rose and a Baby Ruth song (1957)


Retro Baby Ruth candy bars (1961)

Vintage Baby Ruth candy bars 1961-1962


Baby Ruth Big Bar and Butterfinger Big Bar (1986)

Baby Ruth Big Bar and Butterfinger Big Bar (1986)

 

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