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EVERETT (arched) / LIQUOR CO. / EVERETT, WASH. (all enclosed within a wreath)

ID#: KWS270
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Glass Category:Liquor advertising
Glass Type:Thin-walled shot
Label Type:Usual white-etched label, gold rim
Dimensions:*2-1/4" x 2-1/16" x 1-7/16"
Edmonson:OASG, p. 72, entry #2
Everett Liquor Co. listed from 1902-1915.

*Glass measurements have not been confirmed.

According to Thomas (WBW), the company was established by Roger D Levy and Emil Ofner. It was located on Hewett Ave, better known as the city's Saloon district, and was both a retail and wholesale operation.

In 1905, Ofner sold out to Levy, who continued on his own until 1911, when the Local Option Dry Law closed all saloons.

In 1913, the local dry law was repealed by voters and the Everett Liquor Co. reopened under the control of Fred G Brown. It continued until state Prohibition was enacted on Jan. 1, 1916.

Company name timeline:
Everett Liquor Co.

Address timeline:
1903 Hewitt (1902-1911), 1401-1403 Hewett (1913-1915)

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