Title: Sparking Atlantic Ale label, Atlantic Company, Chattanooga, Tennessee

Catalog Number: 2017.019.0001

Date (Years): 1931-1940


Atlantic Sparkling Ale label for the Atlantic (Brewery) Company. Graphic consists of an older, white-haired African American man acting as a waiter, holding up a tray of ale bottles and glasses. States “Sparkling Atlantic Ale, Atlantic Company, Chattanooga, Tennessee” and “Content 12 fl. oz” and “Internal Revenue Tax Paid”. At the bottom two heads of wheat support the main graphic. There is a stamp for the International Union of U.S.F.C. & S.O.W. within the graphic

The Brewery opened in Chattanooga in 1933, the label dates to 1937.

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