United States Industrial Alcohol Company
United States Industrial Alcohol Company was an alcohol distiller in the United States. Charles Edward Adams, was chairman of the board. In 1919 they were responsible for the Boston Molasses Disaster, through their subsidiary, the Purity Distilling Company. 125 lawsuits filed against the company in the aftermath.
- "Charles Edward Adams". New York Times. 28 January 1957. Retrieved 2010-11-02.
Charles Edward Adams a director of the Air Reduction Company Inc. and of the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York died yesterday in his ...
- "The Molasses Disaster of January 15, 1919". Yankee Magazine. Retrieved 2010-11-02.
And there were about 125 lawsuits filed against the United States Industrial Alcohol Company.