Food of the Seventies, Banana Dreamboats

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This was a package of two round cakes that you could find in the individually wrapped Hostess baked goods section, and they were delicious. Not sure if they were by Hostess or Dolly Madison, but they were spice cakes kind of shaped like a shortcake cup, and filled with banana cream. Our mom used to serve them to us as an after-school snack. They seemed to have disappeared in the late seventies unfortunately.
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Doris Mae - January 28, 2008 - Report this comment
OH! MY! GOSH! I loved those, they were soooo delicious and now i can't find them anywhere just like you can hardly find Banana flavored ice cream. There used to be a banana nut ice cream which i guess is discontinued i really wished i knew where to find the banana cream boat pies. :(
Doris Mae - January 28, 2008 - Report this comment
If anyone who is logged on knows where i can find the banana dream boats on line please leave it on this site...
karen - August 17, 2008 - Report this comment
I remember Mickey's Banana Flips, but not these. I know Hostess puts out a banana creme Twinkie a couple of times a year and they're great!
Jody Dandridge - August 17, 2008 - Report this comment
Banana Dreams the Spice cakes that were shaped like Strawberry Shortcake cups, and filled with Banana Cream were California produced by the Langendorf Bakery. These were around in the 1970's thru the mid 80's. Langendorf Bakery went out of business in the mid 80's, and most of their product line bought by another bakery, although the Banana Dream was not continued on. These are totally different than the NASTY Banana Flips.
ME1970 - August 19, 2008 - Report this comment
OMG!! These were my favorite!! I remember in the 70's they cost about .25cents..i did a search on the langendorf bakery and found this site. if anyone knows of how to get a hold of these please leave it on here..thanks
jojojojo - September 22, 2008 - Report this comment
My brother and I loved those Banana Dream Boats. We were just talking about them about a month ago. I just went on line to see if the Bakery was still in business. That Banana Dreamboat was taste better than any Hostess, Dolly Madison or Entemen could ever taste.
retrohostess - October 26, 2008 - Report this comment
My husband did not believe me! He had never heard of them! We used to get them from the Hostess outlet store in Milpitas,Ca 10/$1.00 LOVED them. Now I make Banana bars with real cream cheese. Yes they were like banana shortcake cups with banana cream that was kind of yellow with specs.
LeVon - November 03, 2008 - Report this comment
I thought I was the only one to remember these! I loved them to death, I kept thinking they were made by Mickey's. I remember eating them in the early 80's....ahhh the good ol' days.....
Jody Dandridge - December 11, 2008 - Report this comment
Nope, nobody was losing their minds, these really existed. I grew up as a small kid in Redwood City, California where I used to purchase these mostly at Vera Cash Market in early 1970's. I wish they would be brought back to market. What amazes me is that you'd think someone would have a picture of at least the wrapper from way back then. I sure miss these!!
johnny d - March 31, 2009 - Report this comment
man o man, a banana dream was the best snack ever! i remember as a child eating those. its been a long time, and just the thought of 1 puts a big smile on my face.
shay - August 22, 2009 - Report this comment
wow i cant believe these were real ive heard my mom tell me about them they were her favorite after school treat i just wish i could try one ive researched them for quite sometime where theres a will theres a way im going to contact the bakery owner for the recipe somehow
Tina - October 01, 2009 - Report this comment
Yes I also am trying to find these delicious cakes we used to put them in the freezer and then cut them in half and share when we were kids. They were the best snack cake ever made please somebody find them or a recipe!!!
Derek - October 21, 2009 - Report this comment
These were called "Banana Dreams" and were made either by Langendorf Bakery or Dolly Madison which was a competitor of Hostess. They actually made them until the 1980's and they were excellenlt.
Edi - March 08, 2010 - Report this comment
I totally remember "Banana Dreams" they were by Mickey's. They were 2 round, brown cakes, much like the shape of a shortcake, topped w/ pale yellow banana cream. God they were delicious. I just saw a truck on the 15 Freeway last week that had Mickey's Snacks and the same boy w/ a big smile just like the "Banana Dreams" wrapper. I'm searching non-stop to find them. I will keep all of you posted.
Ramon - March 11, 2010 - Report this comment
The Banana Dreams by Langendorf/Mickey are long gone, My Dad used to drive for Langendorf Cakes-Cookies, they were bought out by Dolly Madison who quickly did away with most of the good cakes the Langendorf baked, Dolly was subsequently bough by Hostess, no specialty baked goods remain, just Twinkies, Ding Dongs and Zingers...that truck you saw on the 15 was probably a Merita (Langendorf in the South) trailer, beigh with red and blue stripes, the Merita label in a red oval, and a sad rendition of "Mickey" right?
LADY TEE - May 28, 2010 - Report this comment
I don't know if they still sell them, but Lucky's Supermarket bakery on the west coast sold banana dreamboats...GIVE IT A TRY!!!!!! DELICIOUS1
Kate Baird - July 07, 2010 - Report this comment
I used to get those cakes as a teen in the 70's...they were the absolute best snack /snackcakes ever, why they did away with the recipe in favor of twinkies, ding dongs etc., I will never understand, Banana Dreamboats tasted MUCH better ,what, with those moist tender spice cakes filled with that smooth creamy banana filling, once you had one, you were hooked and I'm not even a fan of banana flavor....SO,how do we petition the new owners to start baking this obviously popular vintage treat once again? OK so it may just be a snack item, but if you ever had one you'd know why it was so popular :P
Eric - August 16, 2010 - Report this comment
Hostess now has miniature versions of these (from the way they're described) in boxes, but in carrot cake/cheese cream, yellow cake/vanilla and another flavor, I think, but not banana. All they would have to do is come out with a spice cake/banana creme version, and that would basically be a rsurrection of it.
Eric - August 16, 2010 - Report this comment
My mistake, these are Entenmann's "little Bites" I was referring to.
teresa - September 14, 2010 - Report this comment
Vicky - September 15, 2010 - Report this comment
I remember these too!! They were the best, use to lick out the cream filling before eating the cake. I lived in San Francisco as a kid and thought they were only sold in that area cause when I moved to Southern California I couldn't find them. What a shame. Sure would be great if someone could recreate them. Banana Boats by Mickey.
moe - October 09, 2010 - Report this comment
these cakes were my favorite and then they disappeared. Much better than what hostess made since they changed all of their cream fillings into something nasty tasting, sure wish some bakery could bring these great cakes back!
kathy - January 04, 2011 - Report this comment
god YEESSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!! i am ALWAYS trying to find someone who remembers these, the BEST EVER!!!!!!!!!! ugh....why oh why can't we finally come up with a time machine? i would go back to the 70's and buy a bunch and munch down while watching sigmund and the sea monster on tv.
Josh - January 12, 2011 - Report this comment
I saw them as recently as 5 or 10 years ago.Don't remeber where.
Plurb - March 25, 2011 - Report this comment
Yes, as a Bay Area Native I remember those brown spice cakes filled with a generous amount of yellow banana cream with flecks of walnuts in them. WOW ! delicious and yummy, Langendorf and and later Dolly Madison made these. The Mickey ones were counterfeits. I would love the recipe for the banana cream. The spice cakes tasted like Jiffy cake mix only oilier. WOW what a great memory.
Kara - March 25, 2011 - Report this comment
If anyone find a recipe or a product similar, let me know. I'm doing a project on the 70's for school.
louella - July 12, 2011 - Report this comment
i remember these.yes they were great..i grew up in the tell my kids about them.they dont know good taste...everything was better back then.i have looked and looked..i so want to have one again...why oh why if it isnt broke..leave it alone..if anyone finds a recipe plz plz email me.woud love to make mother in the midwest has been checking thrift bakerys everywhere no luck..banana dreams were my favorite growing was simpler then ...
Paul - August 13, 2011 - Report this comment
Hmmm, I work in a bakery. I'm sure we do a spice cake, the 'Strawberry Shortcake cups' we call Dessert Cups (we also do chocolate ones), just need a banana creme. And we ship to all of North America.
hiliana rosario - August 30, 2011 - Report this comment
every now and then when my sweet tooth starts to act up i think about a dream boat i remember looking at the snack cakes and i would always choose a dreamboat over the hostess cupcakes or the zingers and i remember a time when they were becoming harder and harder to find until there were no more and i was born in 1970 and was eating them in the 6th grade i think that was the last time i ever ate one.i miss them so much
Dee - September 20, 2011 - Report this comment
I remember having Banana Dreams for lunch in elementary school. We always called them "doggie dishes" because of the shape. Of course we would lick the filling out before eating the spice cake.
JO - November 22, 2011 - Report this comment
I remember buying them in Los Angeles in the late 60s to early 70s then I never saw them again. I have to say they were the best out there. Like others have said, once you had one you would choose it over any other cupcake out there. I'm not a banana lover but these were the best.
Karen - December 17, 2011 - Report this comment
They were the best... I still remember them and how moist the cupcake was and how tasty the banana cream in the center... so good!
Verna - February 05, 2012 - Report this comment
my sister and i were just this minute talking about these Banana Dreams pie/Cakes. the conversation started when i noticed she had a loaf of Langendorf bread. "i'll find them on the internet." wow now we're really sad.
Martin - March 18, 2012 - Report this comment
Banana Dream were the best!! They used to be all I bought. You would think with all the people that love them some company would make them. Instead of putting a twist to the stuff out there bring them back and make money DUHHH!
Roy - April 13, 2012 - Report this comment
I was privileged to have eaten to different variations of these cupcakes. One variation was from Dolly Madison and the other was a local bakery named Langingdorf bakery! Both were excellent! I wasn't into sweets when I was a kid,hard to figure, but that was my favorite desert snack! I wish they could make them again!
cathy - April 30, 2012 - Report this comment
I am trying to find information on my favorite banana creme snack cake. I know of the spice cake banana dreams, but here in the Seattle-Tacoma area, when I was a kid in the 70s, my favorite treat (especially for school trips) was a rectangular-shaped yellow sponge cake with a banana creme layer in the middle. I can't remember the name or brand. Any info?
Lampshort - May 11, 2012 - Report this comment
I do so remember Langendorff bakery. My favorites were those tiny frosted chocolate doughnuts in the miniature cardboard window box. They were under the Mickey Cakes line. I remember the Mickey Cakes logo as being a cartoonish illustration of a boy with a happy expression on his face. I sure loved those tiny chocolate doughnuts, they were tastier than the Hostess versions produced today. Also what comes to mind are the Langendorff delivery vans. The vans were late fifties/early sixties era Ford P series step vans. Langendorff used those vans well until the 1980's. Well, times change.... a few things change for the better and way too many things for the worse:(
Scott - July 20, 2012 - Report this comment
I came here to this sight hoping to get a clue of what was in them, nobody I know seems to remember them,these were my favorite. I would collect pop bottles and turn them in.They were kind of messy the wrapper stuck to the creamy filling. bonus wrapper lick.and a coke in bottle for a 35 cents,then turn the bottle in for a dime.
bigg3469 - August 14, 2012 - Report this comment
My late dad worked at the Betlehem Steel plnt in Vernon and when he came home from work he always brought me a package of Banana Dreams that he got from the catering truck at work. Boy those where happy memories and i do miss them so!
bigg3469 - August 14, 2012 - Report this comment
^OOps i meant to say PLANT not Pint!
Dan - September 20, 2012 - Report this comment
Okay people, you're not going to believe this. I've got my Banana Dream back! I've gone gluten free and forced to make just about everything myself. Why not a Banana Dream from my past, I thought. And I've done it. The spice cake part is really good but I'm still working on perfecting it. I don't know what kind of market there would be for it or when I can legally sell it. If I ever follow through with it, I'll post again here.
Steve - October 24, 2012 - Report this comment
I know where they sell them in LA
Suzy - November 03, 2012 - Report this comment
These snack cakes made the perfect breakfast when I was in high school and had to catch the bus. I'm so glad to see that there are still many of us Banana Dreams fans out there. To anyone trying to resurrect them, good luck and keep us posted.
Cathy - November 04, 2012 - Report this comment
Does anyone remember Langendorfs French Fondants? I get so hungry for those
susan w - November 16, 2012 - Report this comment
omg, I thought I was the only one who missed these. They were moist and looked like brown banana bread cups, delicious, delicious, yummy.@ steve, where in Los Angeles I am going there on Nov. 30-Gardenia..
Sheesher - November 16, 2012 - Report this comment
I'm glad to see I am not the only person who remembers the lovely Banana Dreamboats. My Mother wouldn't buy us kids this kind of stuff. She wanted us to eat apples and oranges. :) I would walk downtown a couple of times a week to get a Banana Dreamboat. They were so good! That was when I started loving spice cake in general. I am pretty sure they used an artifical banana flavor, but what ever it is was, it must have been a high quality flavoring because I didn't even like bananas much. I'm not sure what compelled me to try one in the first place.
Bobbie B - November 18, 2012 - Report this comment
Banana Dream Boats were my favorite. I bet they could be slightly duplicated with spice cake and banana pudding! Unless you grew up in the 70's most people don't remember these treats !
Rhonda - December 09, 2012 - Report this comment
Oh I so remember these Banana Dream Boats! Ok, I remember it being a round cake folded over to like of look like a taco with banana cream filling inside. These were my FAVORITE specialty snack growing up in the early 70's. I would lick the cream out of the center... ahhh. I can taste it now. :) Wish they still had them.
jessica - February 18, 2013 - Report this comment
Hearing all your comments about Banana Dreams is making me drool. I grew up on those and would like to share them with my kids. They were the best and better than anything out there today. I'm still hoping they will show up somewhere.
Brooke - April 03, 2013 - Report this comment
My mother use to talk about these all the time. Then one day, we actually came across them in a gas station in South Carolina in the late 90's. They were the best.
Danny - April 11, 2013 - Report this comment
They were two spice cakes filled with a yellow flavored banana creme. They were absolutely delicious. I liked them cold the best...They were sold by Dolly Madison. I would like to see some company bring them back.
Eric - June 10, 2013 - Report this comment
OK, Mickey/Langendorf was bought by IBC (Dolly Madison), which then merged with Hostess, and is now being picked up by the owners of Pabst (Metropoulos & Co), which "has a stellar record of using the nostalgic pull of old brands to make them popular once more". So this company would inherit the rights to Banana Dreams. So everyone start writing them, to bring it back. The way everyone talks about this thing, they just might be persuaded to bring it back!
Randy J - July 06, 2013 - Report this comment
I dream about these things.... used to buy them at Laurel's Market in Chico, CA when I was a kid. Nice trip down memory lane.
Gamia - July 21, 2013 - Report this comment
Mickey cakes were knock offs! The original was called Banana Dreams. Best snack cake EVER!
cj - August 26, 2013 - Report this comment
We got these in wash state but they were only at little mom and pop type stores. I still get cravings for them often. Best tasting dessert ever.
Jill - October 20, 2013 - Report this comment
My grandfather used to work for Langendorf bread company he used to bring us home some of the best bread and cakes
Sue - November 05, 2013 - Report this comment
Ah yes these banana cakes were sometime in the refrigerator section. I am all for bringing them back. YUM!!!
Carla - December 21, 2013 - Report this comment
My husband drove truck in Seattle for 30 years and would stop at Langendorf bakery on 6th Avenue and pick up bread and also the Banana Dreams. He loved those in his lunch and I am with you, I wish they would bring them back but only exactly as they used to be.
Renee - January 18, 2014 - Report this comment
Yeahhh, those dreamboats were 2nd to the boom- boom. It was my absolute favorite, now all I have is a ding-dong.
Jody Dandridge - February 19, 2014 - Report this comment
Unfortunately the Banana Dreams from our late 1960's' early 1970's are no longer around, ANYWHERE. These were not made by Hostess or Dolly Madison, but rather Langendorf Bakeries. Not the Banana Boat, or the Banana Flips that are currently sold in stores. Once you have seen the Original Banana Dreams, you will never forget. Two Spice Cake Cups (Just like Strawberry Shortcake cups), only brown in color. They were of course open face, so that you could see the cream through the clear packaging. The cream was yellow in color, with sort of brown spreckles, and was a mild banana flavor. These were the BEST snacks in the early 70's and a favorite of ALL the kids who went to school in Redwood City, Ca. Even though Langendorf is no longer around, I wish someone could bring these great snacks back to market.
Robert Burkett - March 07, 2014 - Report this comment
"Banana Flips"
Mishon - March 17, 2014 - Report this comment
I wish I could find some now I think I could eat three packages they were the best hands down.
Kim - May 06, 2014 - Report this comment
How about the chocolate pies that were chocolate cake with white icing in the middle. Like a gob but flatter. I loved those.
tim p - July 14, 2014 - Report this comment
I think people are mentioning two different things. Mickey's Banana Dreamboats and Langendorf's Banana Dreams. I remember the latter. They were soooooo good! I remember removing the wrapping so carefully so as not to pull of the top of the cream filling. but of course, whatever did stick to the wrapping, I promptly licked off!! lol! they were good!
Carole Jones - October 20, 2014 - Report this comment
Those were my absolute favorites...little spice cakes with banana cream in the middle...I would love to have some now!! Couldn't remember who made them but Langendorf sounds familiar...I grew up in Oakland Ca. If anyone knows if they are still being made...let me know
Feliha Montgomery - October 31, 2014 - Report this comment
Yes!!!!!!!!!!! I remember these man they were the best. I was speaking with my Co-Workers today, about them. We searched for them on Google. I too was like a kid in a candy shop, they were excited to see the joy on my face when I spoke the Bananna Dream Boats. All I kept saying was Lord Have Mercy, If could only taste them once more!!! So glad I found this site. I will be revisiting for an update.
james berry - November 10, 2014 - Report this comment
Bring back banana dream boats please, they were the best
Lady Cham - November 16, 2014 - Report this comment
After school in the early 80's, they were on the shelf at 7/11. I do remember the ones folded like tacos, but the Banana Dreams were definitely in the round cups with the cream stuck to the wrapper. So our luck it had MSG. Still would like to see them return.
Lady Cham - November 16, 2014 - Report this comment Check out this link. It's DM's version called Banana Dream. Banana Boat was definitely the round cakes.
Bob Marken - December 21, 2014 - Report this comment
Wondered If anyone here could help me..My high school sweetheart and I,were absolutely hooked on a pastry treat available in convenience stores only,called ''Cream Boat'',Kreme Boat'' OR ''Creme Boat"..It was a Single wrapped pastry,filled with very sweet,White icing..tasted identical to Angel icing found in popular donuts shops..It was NOT shaped like a Twinkie...Still very close to my old girlfriend..We would be indebted with any information...Thanks,Bob
Gene Galliani - December 30, 2014 - Report this comment
We were just talking about Lagendorf's products and I found this link when googling it. Anyway, my favorite Lagendorf product was the chocolate fudge pies!! Dark chocolate fudge on the inside... haven't found one nearly as good since.
Kat girl - January 17, 2015 - Report this comment
Believe it or not I've seen them! Recently I might at a liquor store somewhere in downright Los Angeles ..should of got them, I loved them as a child now I remem whic store
MissingAnOldie - January 30, 2015 - Report this comment
I remeber Grandma going to the Hostess outlet and bringing us 10 grandchildren boxes of snacks that were on clearance. My absolute FAVORITE was the SPICED APPLE or RAISIN cake. They were dense and sweet. I have not seen them anywhere for decades. Anyone seen anything close to them????
Betty - February 22, 2015 - Report this comment
I very much remember the whipped cream banana filling in the (I believe) Date-cakes snapped like desert cups. Drool....same for me, I cannot find any one near me that remembers them either.
Mike - July 15, 2015 - Report this comment
You people seem passionate about these. OK, think hard....Remember in top was a little sprinkle of something to give the cream a little bit of "crunchiness"? It was oh, so subtle. Yum! These were iften my breakfast when I stopped in 7-11 while alking to school in the early 70s. Merced and Sunset in West Covina, California. Best snack food breakfast
sherri - September 05, 2015 - Report this comment
every person here needs to send these comment to hostess. Because life is short and I am tired of just Dreaming about Banana Dreams!!!!
Sherri - September 05, 2015 - Report this comment
I sent this comment to Hostess Cakes: Hello, If your company's aim is profit then I would suggest perhaps you listen to your customer base. I no longer by any products from Hostess simply because Hostess no longer make a product I want to eat. Please read the comments people have left on the following site link. I can guarantee you there are many more sites like this one. So PLEASE will you find the recipe for Banana Dreams (DO NOT ALTER) and start making them again. Life is too short to just dream about "Banana Dreams". Respectfully, Sherri Lee Bryant
Barbara WHISTMAN - October 01, 2015 - Report this comment
Irene - January 29, 2016 - Report this comment
I loved these. As a child I used to get them in a warehouse next to the flea market in Napa, CA I didn't know what they were called, but can remember what they tasted like and then smell. I used to love dipping my finger in the banana filling. Wow still remember them and wish I could eat one now! SO DELICIOUS!!
DebraHernandez - March 27, 2016 - Report this comment
All the comments I've read mention eating Banana Dreams in the 70's. My first recollection of eating these yummy snacks was in kindergarten on a field trip in 1962. My mom packed ihe snack with my bag lunch for the trip. I lived in Oakland, CA at the time. My sister and I remember well. And they were delicious. They seemed to have disappeared in the 80's. Wish we had them again.
Barbara - April 21, 2016 - Report this comment
Ooh I also agree it was mid 60-s when I fell in luv with these!
Shelley - May 11, 2016 - Report this comment
Everyone is talking about Banana Dreams but I was asking about the Hostess Spice Cakes that we used to stop in the store after school and buy these little cakes they were a brown colored cake with white icing on top this was doing the 60's and 70's they brought everything else back why not these cakes
Cris - August 20, 2016 - Report this comment
Shelley, I don't know anyone else that remembers my favorite childhood snack cake. The moist spice cake with raisins and just the perfect amount of frosting. Not too sweet, and from a child's mind, seemed somehow adult and exotic. I remember it disappeared for a while and then found it again but that wasn't to last. Haven't tasted anything quite the same since the early 70s. Thank you for returning to me my long lost love.
Potogold2002 - March 06, 2017 - Report this comment
I loved this spiced cake with a banana cream filling. I liked them cold. They were called Banana Dreams and was originally made by Langendorf before they sold the company. I really, really, really miss them. So many good things are just a memory.
Eric2 - June 30, 2017 - Report this comment
I remember the Langendorf banana Dreamboats from the 70s to 80s, then they seemed to have disappeared after that. One of our local market chains use to sell them. Our mother would let me and my brother pick out one kind of cupcake, while my brother usually went for something chocolate I chose the Dreamboats. So good!
Barbara WHISTMAN - September 16, 2017 - Report this comment
Diane - January 21, 2018 - Report this comment
I remember my dad coming home from work with 3 packages of Banana Dreams a couple of times a week for my brother, sister and I. We lived in Santa Clara Ca on Coffin Rd. He bought them at the Edelweiss Dairy right down the Street from us. They were. Delicious!!!
Jody Dandridge - January 27, 2018 - Report this comment
Folks, I have posted on this thread starting back in August of 2008. Banana Dreams were the store bought snack cakes, 2-per pkg, the cake was dark brown in color, and the cream was a yellowish tint,with brown. Yes the cream would stick to the clear package wrapping, but we kids would lick the package clean prior to throwing away. These snacks were kids favorite at home and take to school snacks in the early 70's, throughout the 80's. Unfortunately I have been searching for pictures of packaging since before 2008 without success. Somebody, somewhere has to have taken an old polaroid picture capturing these in the background. Maybe one day a picture will be found and posted to the internet. But these snack cakes were the absolute BEST.
David - February 13, 2018 - Report this comment
I have been searching for the banana dreams recipe everywhere. So tasty. I rember reading the wrapper and there were dates and raisins and maybe tamarind in the cake and real bananas in the cream. Exceptionally exotic for a snack cake. Has anyone figured out how to hack the recipe? - March 01, 2018 - Report this comment
They were the BEST!! yes, 2 spice cakes w/ a light yellow filling and a sprinkle of something brown on it, maybe brown sugar or spice? Anyway I'm sure they were too expensive to make compared to what they sell today. Someone posted some recipes once, I tried to make it but it wasn't even close!!
Penney - March 13, 2018 - Report this comment
I absolutely remember the banana dreams, my mom would send us to the store to get them, I mention them to my in-laws and even my husband and they never heard of them, everyone I know from my days in Orange co california remember them, anyways they were so yummy, I wish some company would make them again
Robbie Parker - May 01, 2018 - Report this comment
That was my go to comfort food. I want it back so bad I can taste it!!!
Debbie - July 25, 2018 - Report this comment
Those were so good! My mom's favorite! I would love to find them again. Does anyone know if they are available anywhere?
Scottie K - September 23, 2018 - Report this comment
Hey Jody Dandridge, I have one pic of the Langendorf /Mickey Banana Dreams from American Bakeries Company (parent company of Langendorf, Mickey, Taystee, Cookbook and Merita) 1967 annual report. I need a way to pair to show everyone, thoughts?

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