Information about the Images

Belvista trademark

Original Belvista Trademark

In order of appearance:

Prohibition in Oregon: The Vision and the Reality:

Mt. Hood Brewing Company trademark (#1099), 1907.

Portion of Eastern Oregon Brewing Co. trademark for Heidelberg Beer (#1448), 1911.


A Thriving Liquor Commerce before Prohibition:

Portion of Simmonds Nabob Whiskey trademark (#54), 1879.


Oregon Breweries before Prohibition:

Salem Brewery Association trademark (#860), 1904.

Eastern Oregon Brewing Co. trademark for Heidelberg Beer (#1448), 1911.

Molson's Budweiser Beer trademark (#60), 1880.


Oregon Distilleries or Bottlers before Prohibition:

G. Arata and Co. trademark for Two Globes Whiskey (#645), 1901.

Coblentz and Levy trademark for Northstar Bourbon Whiskey (#472), 1897.

Henry Fleckenstein and Co. trademark for Billie Taylor Whiskey (#1669), 1914.


Out-of-State Breweries:

Independent Brewing Company trademark for Old German Lager (#1490), 1912.

Seattle Brewing and Malting Co. trademark for Rainier Beer (#1057), 1906.

Independent Brewing Company trademark for Old German Lager (#1397), 1911.


Out-of-State Distilleries:

E.A. Fargo Co. trademark for Honey Rye Whiskey (#620), 1900.

Loewe Bros. trademark for Kentucky Superior Old S.H.M. Bourbon Whiskey (#419), 1895.

Simmonds Nabob Whiskey trademark (#54), 1879.


Liquor Control, Temperance, and the Call for Prohibition:

Portion of cartoon from a Salem Welfare League broadside opposing prohibition, Oregon State Library subject vertical files on prohibition, 1913.

Oregon Provisional Government document (#1209) enacting prohibition, 3 pages, 1844.

Proclamation by Governor Oswald West declaring the passage of the constitutional amendment relating to prohibition, Secretary of State Official Documents, December 14,1914.

Mock ballot against prohibition by the Salem Welfare League, Oregon State Library subject vertical files on prohibition, 1913.

Salem Welfare League broadside opposing prohibition, Oregon State Library subject vertical files on prohibition, 1913.


The Prohibition Years: Bootleggers and Imagination

Beer label

Astoria Soda Works trademark for Wine-O juice drink (#1891), 1918.

J.H. Starbird's trademark for Ice Cream High-Ball syrup (#2109), 1922.

Puritan Manufacturing Co. trademark for Ras-Porter fruit drink (#1576), 1913.

Jesse Day's trademark for "Nothing" temperance drink (#1792), 1916.

Still Registration Record for Frank Halley, Clackamas County Records, 1927.

Marion County Sheriff's Office Report of Violation of Prohibition Law related to Arthur Pederson, Marion County Prohibition Records, 1927.

Letter to the Lane County Sheriff relating to bootlegging, Lane County Sheriff's Descriptions of Criminals, 1919.

State of Oregon vs. Richard Sargent, Violation of Probation Law, Marion County Prohibition Records, 1927.


The Repeal of Prohibition: Oregon Wearies of the Struggle:

Portion of proclamation by Governor Julius Meier declaring the passage of the constitutional amendment repealing state prohibition in Oregon, Secretary of State Official Documents, December 9, 1932.

Proclamation by Governor Julius Meier declaring the passage of the constitutional amendment repealing state prohibition in Oregon, Secretary of State Official Documents, 2 pages, December 9, 1932.


Prohibition in Oregon: Information about the Images:

Portion of E.G. Lyons Co. trademark for Belvista Wine (#387), 1893.

International Union of the United Brewery Workmen trademark for Union Made Beer, Ale, and Porter (#821), 1903.


Prohibition in Oregon: Additional Resources:

Loewe Bros. trademark for Kellogg's Old Bourbon Whiskey (#419), 1895.

Halls, Luhrs & Co. trademark for Snowflake Whiskey (#183), 1885.

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