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Liquor and beer trademarks are from out-of-state as well as local breweries and distilleries. These trademarks reflect the thriving commerce in alcohol before and after Prohibition in Oregon, from 1916 to 1933. Trademarks used during Prohibition show the imagination needed to market products that used liquor's terminology but stayed within the letter of the law. In 1916, Jessie W. Day filed a trademark with the word "nothing" to be used on a temperance beverage.

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Henry's Own - #104, R. P. Rosenfeld & Company, Oregon, 1882

Henry's Own - #104, R. P. Rosenfeld & Company, Oregon, 1882 - click on image to enlarge


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