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Society of Seven Loball Glass with Black & Blue Script


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Physical Characteristics
Material Glass
Shape Loball
Dimensions 4.5" x 3.5"
(11.4cm x 8.9cm)
Capacity ? fl. oz.
Optimal drink size ? fl. oz.
Decorative Characteristics
Coloring Black mainly
Imagery
Marking One side reads "Society of Seven, The Waikiki Outrigger Hotel Waikiki Beach, Hawaii". The other reads "SOS Fever".
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Trader Tom
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Member since Jan 26, 2006
Purchased from  Thrift Store
Price paid  $2.00
Tags  glassware, vintage
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I have two of these, bought for $2 each. One is for sale. Picture shows glass filled with milk. Hard to show graphics, otherwise.
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From The Waikiki Outrigger Hotel, Hawaii, a Tiki Location
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This is a loball glass from one of the Society of Seven performances. It features no graphics. One side reads "Society of Seven, The Waikiki Outrigger Hotel Waikiki Beach, Hawaii". The other reads "SOS Fever" in both black and blue script. The Society of Seven has earned the title of being the longest running show in Waikiki. This troupe formed in the early 1960s and performs a variety of songs (particularly Broadway showtunes), comedy sketches, and celebrity impersonations.
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