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Dreyfus Winery Ephemera, Anaheim [graphic]
Alternative Title
Digital Anaheim
Date Created and/or Issued
1885 (issued)
Contributing Institution
Anaheim Public Library
Anaheim Public Library photograph collection on Anaheim local history
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Property rights reside with the Anaheim Public Library. Literary rights are generally retained by the creators of the records and their heirs. For permission to publish or to reproduce, please contact the Local History Curator.
Accession number: P5753
Photograph of a note from a son to his mother, dated November 15, 1885, with Benjamin Dreyfus & Co. Winery letterhead; winery was built in 1885, located southwest of Anaheim near Ball and Manchester, later used as orange juice cannery and torn down in 1973; image shows top half of the letter with handwritten German text beneath; bottom half is a separate sheef of paper, typed with biographical note from Richard Krebs Jr., "My father had charge of the Dreyfus wineries up until it was closed on account of the blight that hit the vineyards and most of the vines had died. In 1894 we moved to Santa Anita, now Arcadia where he took charge of the E.J. (Lucky) Baldwin winery. In 1905 we moved to Azusa where my father started a winery of his own. / Courtesy / Richard Krebs Jr. / 234 E. 15th St. / Coasta Mesa. Cal."
1 Photographic print : b&w ; 8 x 10 in.
Photographic print
Dreyfus, Benjamin--1824-1886
Krebs, Richard Jr
Dreyfus Winery--est. 1870s.--California--Anaheim
Wine and wine making--California--Anaheim
Anaheim (Calif.)--Photographs
Dreyfus Winery
est. 1870s.
Wine and wine making
Anaheim (Calif.)

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