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– References:
– Harold Hirsch (1881 – 1939)
– “The Story of the Coca-Cola Bottle” from Coca-Cola
– “The Contour Bottle Celebrates Its 100th Birthday!” from Coca Cola Bottlers Association
– Mark Pendergrast (2004) book “For God, Country, and Coca-Cola
– Harold Hirsch Hall at The University of Georgia

– External Links:
– Harold Hirsch profile
– History of Coca-Cola Bottles on
– All-time Football Lettermen at Georgia
– Wikipedia page on Harold Hirsch
– Categories: 1881 births, 1939 deaths, Georgia Bulldogs football players, Georgia (U.S. state) lawyers, Jewish American players of American football

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– Important Dates:
– Retrieved 5 June 2019
– February 26, 2015
– 2015
– August 1937
– October 6, 2016

Harold Hirsch (Wikipedia)

Harold D. Hirsch (October 19, 1881 – September 25, 1939) was a student at the University of Georgia from 1898 to 1901 who also played football for his alma mater. After graduation from the University of Georgia, he studied law at Columbia University and later became general counsel for The Coca-Cola Company, serving in that capacity for more than thirty years.

Harold Hirsch
Born(1881-10-19)October 19, 1881
DiedSeptember 25, 1939(1939-09-25) (aged 57)
Alma materUniversity of Georgia
Columbia University
Known forGeneral Counsel for The Coca-Cola Company

Hirsch was the co-developer of the unique shape of the iconic Coca-Cola bottle and its logo in 1913 with Earl Dean. In 1932, a new building was funded and completed for the University of Georgia School of Law that was named "Harold Hirsch Hall" to honor Hirsch for his contributions to the University of Georgia School of Law.

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