S.S. Pierce Company
Silas Stillman Pierce opened a grocery story in Boston in 1831 that flourished for the next century and a half providing not just staple goods but gourmet foods and choice liquors to discerning Bostonians. Four generations of the Pierce Family directed this well regarded company, which by World War II had nine stores throughout Boston, which delivered goods initially by horse and wagon, and later by motor, but all in red boxes emblazoned by the Pierce crest of excellence.
In 1991 was company acquired by M. S. Walker, Somerville, Mass.
Here are full texts from the labels
us298: S.S.P.Co.; Established 1831 - Incorporated 1894; One * Star; New England Rum; Bottled by S.S. Pierce Co., Boston, Mass; R 93; Mass. WI-50; 86 Proof
us_512: S.S.P.Co.; Established 1831 - Incorporated 1894; Two ** Star; New England Rum; This rum is 5 years Old; 90 Proof; Bottled by S.S. Pierce Co., Boston, Mass; R 93; Mass. WI-50
us111: S.S. Pierce; Established 1831 Massachusetts; S.S. Pierce Island Rum; 40% alc/vol (80 Proof); Product of Virgin Islands; Imported & Bottled by SSP Company, Somerville, MA
us_852: S.S.P. Number Seven; 7; Imported Distilled Spirits; Produced in Cuba from Cane Products; Imported By S.S. Pierce Co., Boston, MA; Bottled by Lawrence Distilling Co., Burlington, Vermont; 86 Proof; I-D-4
us_854: S.S. Pierce Co.; Belle-Ile Martinique Rum; This Rum is 5 Years Old; Product of French West Indies; 86 Proof; Imported and Bottled for S.S. Pierce Co., Boston, Mass By N.Y. Dock Co., Brooklin, N.Y.., Mass; WI-50