Sat. November 10, 2018
555 Washington Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63101
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Tuesday, November 6 ~ 10 AM to 6 PM
Wed., November 7 ~ 10 AM to 6 PM
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Friday, November 9 ~ 10 AM to 8 PM
Saturday, November 10 ~ 9 AM to 10 AM
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Friday, November 9.
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400+ lots of MID-CENTURY MODERN FURNITURE, LARGE SCALE SCULPTURE, LIGHT FIXTURES, FRAMED ARTWORK, POTTERY, POP ART, DECORATIVE GLASS, AND VINTAGE ACCESSORIES
Featuring Items from The Collection of
the Late Allen L. McKellar, Falstaff Senior VP of Marketing, St. Louis, Missouri
A civil rights trailblazer in American business, Allen L. McKellar, helped Pepsi create marketing campaigns that pushed societal boundaries, hurdled racial and ethnic stereotypes, and shined a more honest light on black middle class America. He is one of the subjects in the book, The Real Pepsi Challenge: The Inspirational Story of Breaking the Color Barrier in American Business, by author Stephanie Capparell.
By the mid 1950s, McKellar transitioned from soft drinks to brewery by joining Falstaff Brewing Company and making St. Louis City his family home. Through his 22 years at Falstaff, McKellar eventually became Senior Vice President of Marketing recruiting Hank Aaron, Rosie Grier and James Brown as spokespersons for the brand. Throughout his career, McKellar not only changed the ideals of America’s corporations, he also helped change the ideals of post segregation-era America.
Principal Auctioneer: Richard "Jeff" Jeffers
Auctioneer: Terry Beye