Description: This 4 by 5.5-inch (10.16 by 13.97 cm) portrait of brewer Felix Steinle appeared in A Portrait and Biographical Record of Allen and Van Wert Counties, Ohio, published by A. W. Bowen of Chicago in 1896. The volume is 909 pages long and measures 8 by 10.5 inches (20.32 by 26.67 cm). Steinle was born in 1847 in Baden, Germany, where he learned the beer brewer's trade. After coming to the United States in 1868, he lived in Pittsburgh, Cleveland, and Cincinnati. In the late 1870s, he established the Fremont Brewing Company. In 1883, he purchased the Delphos Brewing Company in Delphos. He reorganized and purchased new equipment to increase the brewery's output and produce ice. In 1896, the company produced 7,000 barrels of beer and 3,600 tons of ice. During Prohibition, the company stopped producing beer, but sold ice and non-alcoholic beverages. View on Ohio Memory. Image ID: Om580_876000_001 Subjects: Business and Labor; Immigration and Ethnic Heritage; Brewing industry; Ice industry Places: Delphos (Ohio); Allen County (Ohio)
Crystal Ice Manufacturing and Cold Storage Company ice wagon photographSave
Description: Dated to the 1910s, this photograph shows an ice wagon from the Crystal Ice Manufacturing & Cold Storage Company in Columbus, Ohio, on West Broad Street. In 1923, the company's name changed to City Ice and Fuel, and in 1953 City Products Corporation. On April 20, 1978, Spaghetti Warehouse opened the building as a dine-in restaurant and still resides there today at 397 West Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215. View on Ohio Memory. Image ID: AL08515 Subjects: Ohio Economy--Economy--Business; Ice industry
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