Standard Vacuum Machine Company
This flyer details information on the process pioneered by the Standard Vacuum Machine Company. The flyer is a sales pitch for their method of removing the alcohol from beer, and how it can best suit the company during prohibition times.
The Central Ohio Paper Company
This flyer contains information on Fred Olt. It discusses various business's that he is involved with and their offerings It concludes with a timeline of various locations and when the businesses existed at these locations.
Directions for Using Fleischmann's Yeast in the Production of Less than One-Half (1/2)% Alcoholic Temperance Beers
The Fleishmann Company
This flyer contains directions for using the yeast provided by The Fleishmann Company in brewing of 'near beers'. It provides 10 steps to use the yeast in the production of the beers. After the directions, it gives a brief summary of the advantages it provides over other similar products, in terms of avoiding additional fermentation and providing a better flavor.
H. F. Fox
This magazine issue contains a variety of articles, details, and editorial messages on the topic of Prohibition. These range from a speech from the president, including some commentary from newspapers, to commentary on and speeches from the governor of New York. It contains a wide variety of newspapers statements condensed into a single more manageable length.
Alfred E. Smith
This is an excerpt from Alfred E Smith's inaugural address as Governor of New York in 1919. In this address he discusses the power behind the Prohibition amendment at the national level, questioning if states truly want to give up their own power in such a way. He calls for a public referendum on the topic.
Hans B. Bauer
This flyer contains information on various brewing methods employed by The William Rahr Son's Company. It details the difference in a variety of brews in order to establish what was deemed the most satisfactory outcomes in terms of flavor, alcohol content, and more.
This is biographical information on Fred Olt. It begins with his birth, and brief information on his parents, and continues through his career until 1906. It has very detailed information on his career trajectory and salary in his various positions. It concludes with more detailed information on his most recent positions, and some musings on future endeavors.