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Coleman was Brown-Forman advertising head and recently-retired BF Spirits division board chairman. Discusses early work with Seagrams and Schenleys; B-Fs Lennox acquisition; marketing in control states vs. open states; regional tastes in spirits; building a brand image.
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Cooper relates growing up on the Ohio/Kentucky racing circuit in the 1940s and 1950s. Racetrack superstitions and anecdotes are told; a glossary of racetack terms and a time index are included.
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Mr. Corcoran discusses the founding of the business Matt P. Corcoran Co. He speaks of the copper and brass smithing industry and alcohol taxes, and a mash-cooling patent that the company was unable to receive. Included are memories of his father and grandfather.
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A glossary of racetrack terms and a time index are included. Crawford has been a groom since the 1920s and he discusses life on the backstretch including superstitions, old times remedies, and memories of his working life.
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Dailey is president of the Kentucky Distillers Association. He discusses the association, the Kentucky Fair Trade Law; Governor Chandler and the production tax; proposed legislation; and problems of the industry and their solutions.
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Deindustrialization in Louisville
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Deindustrialization in Louisville
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Deindustrialization in Louisville
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Deindustrialization in Louisville
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Deindustrialization in Louisville