Nehi was an American soft drink brand. Today, the Nehi cola brand is known as RC (Royal Crown) Cola, after a change of name in 1955.
Nehi Cola offered orange, grape, root beer, peach, and other flavours.
Cheesecloth is a loosely woven cotton cloth used in cheese making, and for straining stocks and custards, bundling herbs, making tofu, and thickening yogurt. A versatile cloth, it was also used for shirts during the 1960s and 70s, and for printmaking.
It would have prevented flies from entering through the windows whilst still allowing light to get in.
Geraniums are also known as cranesbills. They are found throughout the hot regions of the world and the mountains of the tropics. These flowers will only grow in soil that is not waterlogged.
Geraniums have large, fragrant leaves which are broadly circular, and their petals can be many different colours.
The Model T Ford (also known by its colloquial names: Tin Lizzie, Flivver or T) was produced by Henry Ford's Ford Motor Company from 1908 through 1927.
The Model T was the first car to be mass-produced on an assembly line, making it considerably cheaper than previous cars. It was known as "the car that put America on wheels".
A chiffarobe is a free standing wardrobe, usually with a full-length mirror on the door. Behind the door is a rod to hang one's clothes, and several drawers.