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Hammond's Candies - History Handmade in Denver

Mary "Corky" Treacy Thompsopn

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

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A history of the Denver-based candy company. In 1920, Carl T. Hammond founded his company with a commitment to quality. He single-handedly developed recipes, sold candy and handled everything else required to run the small operation. Nearly a century after that humble beginning, Hammond’s Candies still clings to that original vision, creating prized confections by hand. The Mitchell Sweet, first introduced in the 1930s, is still a top seller, and visitors touring the factory can view the original machinery being used in production. Author Corky Thompson traces the history and growth of this family-owned company from 1920 until its sale at the end of the twentieth century and follows its transition under new ownership to the present time.
Available since: 04/23/2018.
Print length: 208 pages.

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