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TOM TAYLOR (arched)

ID#: KWS374
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Glass Category:Liquor advertising
Glass Type:Tall flared shooter, heavy base
Label Type:Usual white-etched label
Dimensions:*2-15/16" x 1-13/16" x 1-5/16"
Edmonson:OASG, p. 176, entry #3
The Hamburger Co. listed from 1878-1918.

*Glass measurements have not been confirmed.

L M Hamburger & Max Hamburger (1878).

Hamburger Co. was a wholesaler-distiller-rectifier.

Brand names used by this company include: "Hoffman House Rye", "Kentucky Smile", "Labor's Choice", and "Tom Taylor."

Company name timeline:
Hamburger Bros. (1878-1883), Hamburger Bros. Co. (1884), The Hamburger & Garrity Co. (1885), The Hamburger Co. (1886-1918)

Address timeline:
99-105 Michigan Ave & Randolph (1878-1879), 86 Wabash (1880-1882), 52-54 Wabash Ave (1883-1885), 6-8 River (1886-1889), 277-279 Kinzie (1890-1895), 50-52 Michigan Ave (1896-1899), 84-86 Michigan Ave (1901-1910), 175 N Michigan (1911), 318 N Michigan (1913-1918)

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