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    • Working with mash, OFC Distillery, Frankfort, Kentucky, 1930.

    • Buildings; Distilling industries; Whiskey
    • Dumping small tub mash into fermenter, OFC, Distillery, Frankfort, Kentucky. There are five men in white short sleeve shirts and white overalls; one is in the left back corner behind a row of barrels, his arm on one barrel, and four are dumping the...
    • Mash fork.

    • Log cabins; Pitchforks; Chimneys
    • Although Mash Fork is also the name of a place, in this case the mash fork is a large wooden fork leaning against the chimney of a log cabin. It is perhaps used in the process of brewing alcoholic beverages, known as mashing, which involves milling...
    • Mash fork.

    • Log cabins; Pitchforks; Chimneys
    • Although Mash Fork is also the name of a place, in this case the mash fork is a large wooden fork leaning against the chimney of a log cabin. It is perhaps used in the process of brewing alcoholic beverages, known as mashing, which involves milling...
    • Trucks hauling mash from Stitzel Distillery, Louisville, Kentucky, 1931.

    • Industrial facilities; Distilling industry; Transportation; Automobiles; Carts & wagons
    • Address: 1033 Story Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky. Numerous trucks and horse-pulled wagons carry barrels along Story Avenue. Farmers would purchase mash (a distilling byproduct, consisting of fermented corn) from the distillery to feed their...
    • Uncle Tom West with mash fork.

    • Men; Pitchforks; Log cabins
    • An old man with a mustache, wearing a hat and overalls, stands in a ditch outside a log cabin, holding a large wooden fork. The fork is perhaps used in the process of brewing alcoholic beverages, known as mashing, which involves milling grain,...
    • Uncle Tom West with mash fork.

    • Men; Pitchforks; Log cabins
    • An old man with a mustache, wearing a hat and overalls, stands in a ditch outside a log cabin, holding a large wooden fork. The fork is perhaps used in the process of brewing alcoholic beverages, known as mashing, which involves milling grain,...

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