A few nice drinks recipe images I found:
1977 Food Ad, Borden Eagle Brand Sweetened Condensed Milk, with Banana Shake Recipe
Image by classic_film
Vintage 1970s magazine advertisement, Borden Sweetened Condensed Milk & Chiquita Bananas recipe for Banana Supershake, 1977
"Whip up a cool and creamy banana break in a shake"
Published in Ebony, June 1977 – Vol 32, No. 8
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Site of the “Mickey Finn”
Image by Chicago Crime Scenes
"I think he slipped me a Mickey."
Mickey Finn was an Irish pickpocket who in 1896 opened the Lone Star Saloon and Palm Garden on Chicago’s Whiskey Row, located here. About 1898 he started making a white powder, which was said to contain chloral hydrate, and would slip it into the drinks of patrons. People who imbibed it would pass out and be dragged into a back room. They would be stripped of all valuables, sometimes including their clothing, and be dumped into an alley. When they awakened they would remember nothing.
In 1903 the city shut the saloon down but Finn continued to sell the recipe for the "Mickey Finn."
Located at the southeast corner of S. State St. and E. 11th St.*
*The site for the saloon is typically given as 400 South State St., which is where the Harold Washington Library sits today. In 1903 the Chicago Daily Tribune gave the address as 527 South State Street, but the street addresses were reassigned and the actual address is much further south of there at 11th Street.