Industry

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Deindustrialization in Louisville
686
Nally, employee in warehouse, Maker's Mark, Loretto, Kentucky, discusses his career at Maker's Mark and loyalty of workers.
708
Bobby Nash discusses his days in the advertising department of Glenmore Distillery. He also talks of the days of opposition to television, Heublein-Smirnoff, political figures, and bootlegging and events up to the 1980s.
701
Neal, a mechanic with Brown-Forman, talks about the different jobs he has done in the plant; also discusses women, blacks, and labor unions.
456
A glossary of racetrack terms and a time index are included. Mr. Neil is a trainer and he relates experiences of life on the backside, superstitions, and old remedies.
675
Noe, vice president and master distiller, Jim Beam Distillery, gives a history of the company, discusses financing, bottle types, automation, and management changes and their effects. A fourth tape is a copy of a Jim Beam Company audio-visual presentation.
1625
Deindustrialization in Louisville
1626
Deindustrialization in Louisville
657
Interview concerns the distilling industry in general and the Seagrams company in particular; also discusses the wet-dry issue, Fred Wilkie, and ad valorem taxes.
766
Former Brown-Forman advertising executive talks about the B-F market area, export markets, pricing structure, exclusive distributorships, training sales personnel, and advertising in 1950s and 1960s.