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In 1892, the company was being supplied by warehouses of the Mayfield distillery (RD #229, 5th District of KY).

The company used the brand names:
"Cordova V. O. Rye", "Elmwood", "Kit Carson", "Lexington A A A", "Lexington A Rye", "Nectar Gin", "New Life Malt", "Old Haynor", "Oxford Rye", "Snowdrop Gin", "The Oxford", "Very Old Cabinet 1873", "W. P. & Co. Special Reserve Rye", and "White Wheat Whiskey."

Business name timeline:
Wood, Pollard & Co.

Address timeline:
Corner Friend & Causeway

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