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DRINK GLENDALE'S / CELEBRATED / GREEN RIBBON RYE / ATLANTA,GA. / 4 FULL QUARTS / EXPRESS PAID $3.20. (A ribbon appears above the upper line).

         ID#: DKW111

Glass Category:Liquor advertising
Glass Type:Thin-walled shot
Label Type:Green-etched
Edmonson:Not listed
Brand Registration:1907
Glendale Springs Distilling Co listed from 1902-1908.

"Green Ribbon" was a registered Sam Lang of Denver, CO brand

The Glendale Co., also known as the Glendale Springs Distilling Co., was owned by Siegfried ("Sig") and Adolph Samuels. The brothers were born in Breslau, Germany (1875 and 1867, respectively) and moved to Atlanta with family. Lina Levison (sister) and Isadore Samuels (brother) were also involved in the business. The brothers apparently owned retail outlets throughout the city, including 14 Marietta St.

When GA went dry in 1908, the businesses were moved to Chattanooga, TN. and Jacksonville, FL. Isadore managed A Samuels in Chattanooga. Lina's husband Arnold Levison managed A Samuels in Jacksonville with his 2 sons. See also the listings for The Glendale Co in Chattanooga, and Jacksonville.

Thanks to Stephanie Modiano for providing details on family history.

Brand names used by this company include: "Green Ribbon", "Kentucky Bouquet", "Old Colonial Club", "Pride of Maryland", "Race King", and "Royal Cabinet."

Company name timeline:
S D Glendale Co.

Address timeline:
33 W Mitchell

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