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VERY FINE / WONMORE / WHISKEY (initial "w" is common to both lines) / J. A. Winterholder / 534W GIRARD,AVE,PHILA.,PA.

ID#: RRP878
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Glass Category:Liquor advertising
Glass Type:Thin-walled shot
Label Type:Usual white-etched label
Dimensions:2-3/16 " x 1-15/16 " x 1-7/16"
Edmonson:Not listed
Joseph A Winterholer listed from 1910-1918.

This glass is not listed, although OASG, p. 65, entry #3 is a variant. Note the typo on this glass - there is an extra "d" in "Winterholer".

The 1895 directory lists a Joseph A Winterholer, Grocer, a part of the company: Andrew Steigerwald, Joseph A Winterholer, & Jos Brobeil, located at 1034 Lawrence.
By 1900, he's listed simply as "Salesman" and in 1905 there is no listing.
Joseph A Winterholer, Liquors, first lists in 1910 and continues through 1919/1920.
The following year, Winterholer is shown selling soft drinks.

By 1925, he's disappeared from the directories.

Brand names used by this company include: "Wonmore."

Company name timeline:
Joseph A Winterholer

Address timeline:
534 Girard (1910-1915), 520 Girard Ave (1916-1918)

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