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Andrea Geddes Poole, Philanthropy and the Construction of Victorian Women’s Citizenship: Lady Frederick Cavendish and Miss Emma Cons (University of Toronto Press, 2014).
Brewery History, no. 155, is a special issue, “Approaches to the History of American Brewery Architecture,” guest edited by Susan K. Appel.
Susan K. Appel
|Stahlmann’s Cellars: a large American
lagering cave from the 19th-century
|An examination of the Lemp Brewery Cave
|Edmund Jungenfeld of St. Louis and his
impact on 19th-century American
Susan K. Appel
|Otto C. Wolf: brewery architect
and engineer, Philadelphia, PA
|Brewing returns to ‘Good Old Potosi’:
a restoration success story
Per Ole Johansen, “The Norwegian Alcohol Prohibition; a Failure,” Journal of Scandinavian Studies in Criminology & Crime Prevention, 14/1 (May 2013): 46-63. For his other drink-related publications, see:
Robin Room, “Cannabis Legalization and Public Health: Legal Niceties, Commercialization and Countercultures,” Addiction 109, no. 3 (2014): 358–359.
Xi Chen, “The Making of John B. Gough (1817-1886): Temperance Celebrity, Evangelical Pageantry, and the Conservatism of Popular Reform in Victorian Society” (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Washington, 2013). In the chapter about Gough’s controversy with Lees, Chen cites a forgotten master’s thesis by J. A. Pitney, “Frederic Richard Lees: The Teetotal Philosopher” (University of Wisconsin, 1970). A quick reading did not show Chen citing Lilian L. Shiman’s SHAR (2001) article on Gough.
Favors filter coffee over espresso and black coffee over ones with milk.