PRINCETON BOTTLING COMPANY

Sometime between 1930 and 1932 L. H. Swain sold his bottling company to Constance A. Flannigan who, while staying at the same location at Third Street and Straley Avenue, changes the name of the company to the Princeton Bottling Company.(1) I have found no information pertaining to what this company was bottling; however, it didnít last long as the companyís bottling equipment is in the hands of trustees as of September 1934.(2) The equipment, supplies, and property of this company was sold to A. B. Hatcher of Charleston, West Virginia by Joseph S. Mosrie by April 10, 1935.(2) No artifact evidence has been found from this bottler so far.





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Biblography:

(1) Polk's Bluefield City Directory 1925-1986

(2) Bluefield Daily Telegraph