Recommended reading

  • Athineos, Doris, ‘Precious Plastic. Tupperware from kitchen sink to museum’, Traditional Home, mei 2000.
  • Bisset, Collin, ‘Tupperware: the first social network’, By Design. ABC Radio National, 5 augustus 2013.
  • Block, Elsie, My Tupperware Party was over and I sat down and cried, Bloomington: Authorhouse, 2004.
  • Boyd, Jane E., ‘Sealed with a whisper’, Chemical Heritage, herfst 2011/winter 2012, pp. 8-9.
  • Demonstration guide, Orlando: Tupperware Home Parties, 1958.
  • ‘For lasting service! Bakelite polyethylene plastics assure strong and colorful tumblers and bowls’, Bakelite Review 18 (1946), nr. 4 (oktober), pp. 8-9.
  • Further reading. Web Sites / Books. Tupperware! American experience. Building an empire, bowl by bowl. People & Events. PBS Home Programs, 2003.
  • Gordon, Elizabeth, ‘Fine art for 39 cents’, House Beautiful, oktober 1947.
  • Hanson, Cynthia, ‘Now on display at finer museums: Tupperware’, US Airways Attaché, augustus 1998, pp. 62-71.
  • Jourgeaud, Bénédicte, Tupperware, la saga française, Paris: Le Cherche Midi, 2009.
  • Know how!”, Orlando: Tupperware Home Parties, 3e dr. 1954.
  • Know how! The guide to making money with Tupperware, Orlando: Tupperware Home Parties, 4e dr. 1956.
  • Know how book. A guide to making money in Tupperware, Orlando: Tupperware Home Parties, 6e dr. 1961.
  • Mason, Fergus, Brownie Wise, Tupperware Queen: a biography, Anaheim: Bookcaps Study Guides, 2014.
  • McDonald, Gary J., ‘2 in 1: sales promotion and sales training’, Printers’ ink. The Magazine of Advertising, Selling, Marketing, 25 november 1955.
  • Ortmann, Andreas, ‘Eine Dose erorbert die Welt’, Trödler & Sammeln (1997), nr. 217 (december), pp. 162-67.
  • Oosten, Thea B. van and Aten, Arjo, ‘Life long guaranteed: the effect of accelerated ageing on Tupperware objects made of polyethylene’, ICOM Committee for Conservation, vol. 2 (1996), pp. 971-77.
  • Parkinson, Margaret B., ‘How did she get there? Brownie Wise parlayed a party into a multimillion-dollar business’, Charm. The Magazine for Women Who Work, november 1955, p. 146.
  • Preistley, Bernard G., ‘Tupperware makes whirlwind debut via big store demonstrations’, Sales Management, 15 april 1948.
  • ‘Tupperware’, Time, 8 september 1947, p. 92.
  • Tupperware. The nicest thing that could happen to your kitchen! Productcatalogus. Orlando: Tupperware Home Parties, 1958.
  • ‘Tupperware ladies dig for treasure’, Business Week, 17 april 1954, p. 35.
  • Tupperware Party games!, Orlando: Tupperware Home Parties, 1956.
  • Tupperware Sales Sentinel, Orlando: Tupperware Home Parties, 1956-1957.
  • Tupperware Sparks, Orlando: Tupperware Home Parties, 1951-1956.
  • ‘The Tupperware success story’, Success Unlimited, oktober 1954, p. 7.
  • Wise, Brownie, Best wishes, Brownie Wise. How to put your wishes to work, Orlando: Podium, 1957.

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