|Bowman Dairy Cart, c.1900
Local processors like Bowman's Dairy had to rely on various forms of transportation not only to bring milk from farms, but also to distribute it to its consumers. At the turn of the century, Bowman's horse carts and milkmen were common sights on Chicago area streets.
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