I thought for sure I had blogged about my old fridge but I couldn't find the post, so maybe I didn't. At any rate, I don't mind talking about it again!
This old fridge was in a drugstore in Lansing, Iowa. The man who bought the building at auction, Gene Maurer, gave me the fridge if I would haul it away. Bill Bartels, the local hardware and home store owner, brought it over for me. He told me that these old fridges, if the door seal is good, cost about as much to run as a 75-watt lightbulb! Sadly this one is just stuck in the basement pantry for now, but I know it's there and how cute it is. (I painted the door red and replaced the seal.)
Here is the group on Flickr, with a couple more pictures and the cover of a pamphlet for this same fridge.