Case-Moody Pie Corp., est. 1929

Case-Moody Pies Tins

Museum Artifact: Case-Moody Pie Pans, c. 1940s

Made By: Case-Moody Pie Corporation, 1807 W. Walnut Street, Chicago, IL [West Loop]

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4 thoughts on “Case-Moody Pie Corp., est. 1929

  1. I have a treasured Case Moody pie tin that was from my grandparents’ restaurant. It was called “The Chatterbox” and was located on State Street in Lockport, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago. Although they whipped up lunches and all manner of delectable fountain treats, they ordered pies that met their standards .. like those featuring this emblem! The tin is used at least once a week in our home and it’s like being in the arms of my beloved grandparents once again.

  2. BOTH of my parents worked at Case-Moody pie company in the early 30’s when they were engaged. They used to tell stories – I especially remember the one about putting a thumb into the crust of their chosen pie of the day for their lunch. By doing so, they got to buy the whole rejected pie for about a dime!
    I have forgotten so many. But even when I was young, I was in love with Case-Moody Cocoanut Pies!

  3. Brother cousin and went into the deserted building in the 1960s. Very interesting to see the equipment and pies still in pie tins on the oven conveyor belt, looked like thy just walked out one day.

  4. I have an ink blotter with the name “The Case Pie Company” (Chicago) with phone numbers West 803, West 329 and Auto. 85297
    It was among family photos of Elsie Kellner, 4912 N. Kostner, Chicago. She died in 1958 and do not have any known descendants. She had siblings Otto, George, Henry and Lily.

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