So interested in this. John L Rinehart was my great grandfather then my grandfather took over the lease after John died. My mom as a little girl lived up stairs. Looking for a bottle from there. Or any other info you might have.This should give you an idea, the full document is a lot to read. http://courts.mrsc.org/mc...21wn2d/021wn2d0328.htm"Schuler and Inman owned a two-story building in Spokane, in which they carried on a business of bottling and distributing soft drinks. On the first floor, there were heavy, special machinery, the office, storage room, and loading facilities, and on the second, eight living apartments. In 1937, they leased the building to John L. Rinehart and wife, giving them, first, a two-year, and, later, a three-year term. The Rineharts carried on the business under the name of "Rinehart Beverages." The second lease stipulated a rental of two hundred fifty dollars per month, but, by oral arrangement, the actual rental paid was two hundred dollars monthly. The expiration date of that lease, and this is a fact of great importance, was December 31, 1941. After that date, the Rineharts held under a month to month tenancy."
Do you still have the Rinehart bottle? If so, will you sell? Rinehart was my grandfatherMaybe that didn't work. I tried to copy and paste from a word document. Pictures attached. Need to know where the RINEHART BEVERAGES ArtDeco soda is from Anyone know anything about the little VANLINE'S bottle that looks like an ink? Is it an ink or perhaps something else? It's going into the collection, it's 1 5/8" tall X 1 1/2 X 1 1/4.