Bohrnstedt proves a ‘true salesman’ in orchard era

In 1911, A.C. Bohrnstedt personally moved from Minneapolis to Salem to oversee the new project, but by most accounts, he still participated in the Creswell branch of his holdings by including it in all of his advertising. With the energies of the parent, A.C. Bohrnstedt Company, focused on the new project in Salem, the A.C. Bohrnstedt Orchard Company, continued to oversee the operations in Creswell. It was at this time that the 28-piece “What We Do”/”How We Do It” daily promotional series was published in the Salem newspapers during November and December . . .

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