What Did Things Cost in 1929? - Reference.com
In 1929, a loaf of bread cost 10 cents, insurance was $7 per month, eggs were 45 cents per dozen, two blocks of salt cost $1.80, and two new tubs cost $1.25. These prices varied, depending on the state. After the stock market crashed, the new prices would reflect the rise of the "Great Depression" of 1929.
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