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THE WILMERDING, LOEWE CO.
San Francisco, CA.
1869-1918
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The Wilsons note that Calvin W Kellogg was a grocer at 25 Commercial St in 1853 but became a salesman for a liquor business, Fargo & Co. By 1860, he and J C Wilmerding bought this company that in 1871 started listing as Wilmerding, Kellogg & Co. Kellogg split from the company in 1877 and disappears from the directories until 1897. Wilmerding continued in solo business until 1896, when he teamed up with Louis H Loewe of Loewe Bros. & Co.

The Wilmerding, Loewe Co. registered the "Kellogg" brand in 1906, along with "Days of 49". They also used "1860 Bourbon".

The company used the brand names:
"1860 Bourbon", "Days of 49", "Kellogg", "Kellogg's", and "Kellogg's AA."

Business name timeline:
Wilmerding & Kellogg (1869-1874), Wilmerding, Kellogg & Co. (1875-1878), Wilmerding & Co. (1879-1894), Wilmerding, Loewe Co. (1896-1918)

Address timeline:
214-216 Front (1869-1894), 216 California (1896-1899), 48-50 1 st (1900-1906), 354 Hayes (1907-1908), 51 Main (1909-1915), 200 Missouri (1916), 200 Mission (1917-1918)



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