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The Daily Gazette
from November 9th, 2022.
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518 Profiles Magazine
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The Saratoga County History Center
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Saratoga County man
potato chip historian
Mark Mulholland WNYT
Updated: August 1, 2022 - 6:40 PM
Published: July 29, 2022 - 4:44 PM
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I have recently been featured in two
Times Union Articles
Please read them by clicking the links below!
Article 1 - Vanderbilt helped invent the chip in Saratoga?
Likely a salty myth
Article 2 - Toga Chip Guy makes a second showing on History Channel
Article from Saratoga Today
Featuring, your's truly, The Toga Chip Guy!
Watch The History Channel's
The Food That Built America,
"When The Chips Are Down",
season 2, episode 3,
where I am prominently featured.
Read my feature article in
The Saratoga Lake Association News Letter.
History Channel Podcast
After appearing in several episodes of
The History Channel's Series
"The Food That Built America",
I have now been prominently featured
in an associated podcast.
Please visit The ACast Site to listen!
My recent interview with Julia Dunn on CBS 6.
Article About Me In Saratoga Today Entitled
"Who: Alan Richer, The Toga Chip Guy"
April 2nd, It starts on Page 3.
Click here to read!
The History Channel's
"The FoodThat Built America"
that aired on
National Potato Chip Day, March 14.
Featuring the history of Herman Lay
and then rival Fritos!
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KITTY CLOVER POTATO CHIP COMPANY
Established Early To Mid 1900’s
Kitty Clover Factory Tour Brochure
Thanks to Ana Somers of the Douglas County, Nebraska Historical Society. Click the image below to view the entire brochure.
Kitty Clover POS in store
The Kitty Clover sign and display are located on the left side of this photo.
Thanks to Ana Somers of the Douglas County, Nebraska Historical Society.
Items From The Harman Collection featuring Kitty Clover
The following photos are licensed from The Nebraska Historical Society
Three photos of Kitty Clover Plant in St. Paul, MN. One is at night and one includes a truck in front of the plant. Kitty Clover was owned by Fairmont.
1955 photo of Fairmont ice cream display (two men and two women offering samples of ice cream) and photo of large Snackmobile truck.
Don Julio, A Direct Descendent Of Kitty Clover