Biography of Harry E. Daly
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HARRY E. DALY, proprietor of the Brawley Bottling Works, which was established November 1, 1916, was born in Troy, New York, October 10, 1878, a son of Judson and Mary Daly. His parents removed to the State of Georgia, where Harry E. acquired his education. After finishing his schooling. Mr. Daly became connected with the brewery bottling business for a number of years. To improve his knowledge in this particular line he entered Hanky's brewery school and laboratory institute. He then took a position with the Milwaukee Waukesha Brewing Company, where he remained for a number of years. Then he became associated with the Independent Brewing Association. In November. 1916, he established business in Brawley and during the season of 1917 he put out 18,000 cases of soft drink beverages, shipped largely throughout the Valley. Fraternally Mr. Daly is a member of the Eagles lodge of Aberdeen, Washington, where he was identified with the same business. When Mr. Daly was connected with the Milwaukee Waukesha Company he cut the cost in 2000 barrel lots from seventy two cents per barrel to forty three cents. For fifteen years he was secretary of the United Brewers' Union of America. Mr. Daly was married to Miss Pearl M. Sawyer, a native of Montana, in 1901. Their one son, Harry A., was born May 3, 1914. Mr. Daly is a public spirited man and a loyal booster for Imperial Valley.

From:
The History of Imperial County, California
Edited by: F. C. Farr
Elms and Franks, Publishers
Berkley, California 1918


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