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Malcolm Purinton Awarded Alfred D. Chandler Travel Grant

Malcolm Purinton has been awarded the Alfred D. Chandler Travel Grant for the Business History Conference Annual Meeting he will be attending in March. He will be presenting his paper “A Golden Flood: The Spread of the Pilsner in the late Nineteenth Century” in a panel which he has organized, “Beer Migrations: Business, Technology, and Brewing”.

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