Publisher Artvue Post Card Co. [New York]. No date.
Seller ID 50-0894
B/w. Divided back. Sign on the wall states 'The 18th century greist mill is now grinding the wheat for the famous Pepperidge Farm Whole Wheat Bread'. Below the title, 'Sudbury, Mass. The Miller Still Grinds Goodness'. The Wayside Inn Grist Mill (known as the Sudbury Grist Mill) was built as a museum by Henry Ford and ground its first grain in 1929. In 1952, the Mill began to produce stone-ground whole wheat flour for Pepperidge Farm under a lease arrangement with the Inn. It shipped its entire output to Pepperidge Farm plants until 1967. Fine. NOTE: Shipping for this item via 1st Class Mail is $2.00. Your shipping charge will appear as $4.00 in the Shopping Cart, but will be lowered before your credit card is charged.
Postcards Advertising Sudbury Pepperidge Farm Grist Mill