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Grant's Farm sign

Colour Kodachrome 35mm slide depicts the sign for Grant's Farm.

Grant's Farm is a historic farm and long-standing landmark in St. Louis, Missouri. The property was at one time owned by Ulysses S. Grant and prior to that, by the Dent family. It is now owned by the Busch family, who owned the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Company for many years until it was sold to InBev in 2008. Grant's Farm has been an animal reserve for many years and open to the public for free. It is home to such animals as buffalo, elephants, camels, donkeys, goats, peacocks, the iconic Budweiser Clydesdales and many more.

Langer family

Series contains photographs and some letters of the Langer family, beginning with the marriage of Fritz and Olga. Materials were created on Fritz and Olga's travels before having children, in daily life in Vienna, throughout the family's journey to Canada through France and Palestine, in daily life in Vancouver, and when visiting family in St. Louis. Series also includes photographs of friends of the Langer family.

Letter - March 11, 1964

Letter from Harry Seidelman in Vancouver to A.H. Schaefer of Packers By-Products Co. in Saint Louis, Missouri, dated March 11, 1964. Harry Seidelman replies to A.H. Schaefer's letter (see Item 15 of this file).

Letter - March 3, 1964

Letter from Arthur H. Schaefer of Packer By-Products Company in the United States to Harry Seidelman in Vancouver, dated March 3, 1964. In the letter Arthur H. Schaefer refers to Harry Seidelman's message to the editor of Feedstuffs journal (see previous Item 14 of this file) to ask Harry a property leasing question regarding his own business. The clipping of Harry's message to the editor is paper-clipped with this letter.

Phyliss Snider with two parrots at Grant's Farm

Colour Kodachrome 35mm slide depicts Phyliss Snider with two parrots at Grant's Farm.

Grant's Farm is a historic farm and long-standing landmark in St. Louis, Missouri. The property was at one time owned by Ulysses S. Grant and prior to that, by the Dent family. It is now owned by the Busch family, who owned the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Company for many years until it was sold to InBev in 2008. Grant's Farm has been an animal reserve for many years and open to the public for free. It is home to such animals as buffalo, elephants, camels, donkeys, goats, peacocks, the iconic Budweiser Clydesdales and many more.