Invented in Chicago and produced in Racine, Wisconsin, William Horlick’s malted milk became a world-famous nutritional supplement.
Operating from Racine, Wisconsin, Horlick’s Malted Milk Company transformed the dairy industry of the upper Midwest and sold its products all across the globe.
The Arts and Crafts Movement was a major force in artistic, cultural, and progressive political circles in the early twentieth century. Wisconsin Arts and Crafts practitioners made important contributions to the history of art and education in the state.
After inventing malted milk in Chicago in 1873, British food manufacturer William Horlick made Racine, Wisconsin, the new home for his nutritional supplement empire.
The Vulcan Corporation’s plant in Antigo, Wisconsin, transformed northwoods maple into bowling pins sold across the United States and as far distant as Japan.