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JOHN F. GILLESPIE & CO.
Boston, MA.
1855-1888
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Est. 1855.

The company used the brand names:
"Boonville", "Charter Oak", "Elm Grove", "Elmwood", "Emmett Rye", "Excelsior", "Green Seal", "Greenbrier Bourbon", "Kit Carson", "Magnolia Rye", "Mellwood", "Old Crow", "Old Grist Mill Rye", "Old Puritan", "R. B. Hayden", "Shaker VAlley", "Shaker Valley Rye", "Warehouse Point Rye", and "Waverly."

Business name timeline:
John F. Gillespie & Co.

Address timeline:
231-235 Atlantic Ave. & 138-140 Central St.

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Appearance in directories:

Directories consulted:
1900

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