F.L. Emmert Company records, 1907-1935 (bulk 1920-1935).


F.L. Emmert Company. F.L. Emmert Company records, 1907-1935 (bulk 1920-1935).

F.L. Emmert Company records, 1907-1935 (bulk 1920-1935).

Contains company correspondence with grain dealers, suppliers of burlap bags and drying machines, the Association Against Prohibition Amendment and Nicholas Longworth III (concerning Canadian dumping of grain mash on the U.S. market). Includes receipts, blueprints, contracts, etc. dealing with capital equipment installations, plant expansion and maintenance repair costs. The collection, which spans from 1907 to 1935, also includes the personal correspondence and receipts of F.L. Emmert, Jr. His letters to his parents in the early 1930s reveals the depression's impact on the company and the family.

3.3 cubic ft. (8 boxes and 1 oversized folder)

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Emmert, F. L. 1886-1976.

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Longworth, Nicholas, 1869-1931

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Lawyer and U.S. representative from Ohio. From the description of Nicholas Longworth papers, 1782-1931 (bulk 1915-1930). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70981211 ...

F.L. Emmert Company.

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Originally founded as a saloon in 1881 by Savior Maier and F.L. Emmert, the company changed its business focus to processing brewery by- products in order to take advantage of the successful Cincinnati brewing industry. The company processed the wet mash residue and sold it to local farmers and feed dealers. The company prospered after installing a dryer operation in 1907. The company survived Prohibition and the decline of the Cincinnati brewing industry and was still operating in 1996. Several...

Emmert family.

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Association Against the Prohibition Amendment

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Anti-prohibition organization. From the description of Association Against the Prohibition Amendment records, 1917-1933. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70979970 The Association Against the Prohibition Amendment (AAPA) was founded in 1919 by William H. Stayton who was disturbed by the increasing role that the government was playing in enforcing Prohibition. By the mid 1920s a bipartisan group of businessmen which included Pierre S. du Pont, Irenee du Pont, John R...