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STULZ BROS (the "Z" is reversed)

ID#: PGG227

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Glass Category:Liquor advertising
Glass Type:Stemmed tonic glass, 8 molded panels around side of glass
Label Type:Debossed in base
Dimensions:2-7/8" x 1-3/4" x 1-5/16"
Edmonson:Not listed
City:Kansas City
Stulz Bros. listed from 1893-1918.

View from the side of the glass.

E A and S C Stulz.

Brand names used by this company include: "Anderson County", "Arrow Rock", "Autograph", "Belle of Anderson", "Belle of Marion", "Big Horn", "Blossom Dew", "Bluegrass", "Bond & Lillard", "Clarke's Rye", "Crab Orchard", "Crystal Spring", "Dixie Rye", "Early Times", "Farragut", "Finch's Golden Wedding Rye", "Fox Cave", "Gibson's Rye", "Glenarme", "Gold Meadow", "Guckenheimer's Rye", "Hume", "Jas. E. Pepper", "Kentucky Club", "Light of Kentucky", "Lone Jack", "Lucky Spring Sour Mash", "Lucky Tiger", "Maple Creek", "Marion County", "Maryland Pluck Rye", "Mattingly", "May Flower", "McAllister", "Melwood", "Missouri White Corn", "Mocking Bird", "Mohican", "Monroe Rye", "Nelson County", "Oak Grove", "Old Crow", "Old Mayfield", "Old Mocking Bird", "Old Stone", "Old Taylor", "Old Times", "Orchard", "Oscar Pepper", "Oscar Pepper", "Peacock Rye", "Pennsylvania Pluck Rye", "Pike Stream", "Planters Club", "Prairie Rose", "Rip Van Winkle Rye", "Rose Bud", "S. B. Monogram", "S. B. Our Own Sour Mash", "S. S. B. B. Double Copper Distilled", "Sherwood Rye", "Silver Spring", "Sunflower", "Sunny Side All Rye", "Susquehanna Rye", "T J Monarch", "Violet Hill", "W. H. McBrayer", "Waterhill & Frazier", "White Pluck", "White Tennessee Rye", "Woodland", and "Zebra."

Company name timeline:
Stulz Bros (1893-1909), Stulz Bros Liquor Co. (1910-1914), Stulz Bros (1915-1918)

Address timeline:
605 W 5th (1893-1897), 1416 Main (1898-1905), 618-620 SW Bvd (1906-1915), 2043 Main (1916-1918)

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