Creamer's Dairy
See bottom of page for a brief history of the Creamer's Dairy in Fairbanks, Alaska
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All Items are unused - due to age or improper storage through the years , some may have stains

we will pick out the best condition ones to send.
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Creamer's Dairy Milk Cap

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Creamer's Dairy Buttermilk Cap

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Creamer's Dairy Milk Cap

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Creamer's Dairy Pint Ice Cream Box
Special (no flavor indicated)
Will be shipped flat as shown

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Creamer's Dairy Pint Ice Cream Carton
Round container - sorry, no lid

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About Us
Creamer's Dairy Quart Sliced
Ice Cream Box
Will be shipped flat as shown

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Some History on Creamer's Dairy
In 1928 Charles and Anna Creamer bought the dairy farm from Charles and Belle Hinckley (who had originally started in 1904 and was on 4th avenue until they moved it to it's present spot on College Road in 1915)

The Creamer's spent the '30's and '40's modernizing and expanding their Dairy Farm.  The larger Louden Barn (designed by the Louden Machinery Co. of Iowa)  cost only $13,700 , which was more then the entire dairy farm was worth just 10 years earlier! The barns are still standing to this day.  No longer used to house the 165 tons of hay in the hayloft (that was in the larger barn) or the cows as before though.

Through the 1940's - '50's Creamer's Dairy did very well selling their dairy goodies as well as a non-dairy orange drink.  Imagine having fresh milk, ice cream, sherbet, even cottage cheese, whipping cream, buttermilk and chocolate milk in Fairbanks, Alaska!

They did very well during World War II as they secured a very good contract to sell milk and ice cream to Ladd Air Force Base (which was right up the road from them) But then the post war changes in shipping and the new Alaska Highway opened up, which brought in more competition to the local market and took their toll on their sales in the 1950's.  In 1966 they had to end production


If you would like to check out how it looks presently
Friends Of Creamer's Field    (Will open in new window)
The buildings are still standing and now house the Friends of Creamer's Field which offers year-round educational and family programs for the Fairbanks community


On a personal note: 
My dad worked for the Creamer's and remembers them fondly.
And as kids in elementary school, we would go on field trips to watch as the geese flew in for their yearly migration.  Always wished I got to see it as a working dairy farm, but am glad they have kept the farm house, barns and such there as they stood and welcome visitors to watch the geese and sandhill cranes.

More Creamers Dairy items in our eBay store

More items available through our eBay store

When ordering, the shipping is being figured by weight of items - not by quantity or price - if there is an overage in the payment made, we do refund overages :) 
If you prefer not to use paypal or credit card, please contact us for alternate payments.  
Thank you Shel 'n Kev !

**Special note on arrival times**
We mail out daily -we are located in Alaska and all our items being mailed out come from here so it can take a bit longer to arrive.  ( Only days we do not mail out are holidays or weekends)  If an item is ordered Friday it will be sent out Monday.  Can take on average 5 - 7 days, some may be quicker others may take 14 days....depending on weather or holidays within the week.

International mail has taken anywhere from 7 days to a month to arrive, (item can be held up in customs or at anywhere along the line) this is just how the postal system works, we mail things out the next day after the item is paid for and hopefully that helps in getting the item to you as fast as the postal system can get it there.