The Statue of Gambrinus | Postcard | Wisconsin Historical Society

Postcard

The Statue of Gambrinus

The Statue of Gambrinus | Postcard | Wisconsin Historical Society
Text on reverse reads: "THE STATUE OF GAMBRINUS, the legendary Flemish King, generally referred to as the inventor and King of Beer, is a famous landmark and tourist attraction at G. Heilman Brewing Company, Inc., La Crosse, Wisconsin, brewers of Old Style and Special Export beers, long recognized as by connaisseurs as the world's finest. That's why we proudly say "We don't aim to make the most beer, only the best."
DESCRIPTION
Text on reverse reads: "THE STATUE OF GAMBRINUS, the legendary Flemish King, generally referred to as the inventor and King of Beer, is a famous landmark and tourist attraction at G. Heilman Brewing Company, Inc., La Crosse, Wisconsin, brewers of Old Style and Special Export beers, long recognized as by connaisseurs as the world's finest. That's why we proudly say "We don't aim to make the most beer, only the best."
RECORD DETAILS
Image ID:131561
Creation Date:circa 1984
Creator Name:Dexter Press, Inc., West Nyack, New York
City:La Crosse
County:La Crosse
State:Wisconsin
Collection Name:Wisconsin postcard collection, circa 1860s?-circa 1990s
Genre:Postcard
Original Format Type:prints, photomechanical
Original Format Number:PH 2744
Original Dimensions:3.5 x 5.5 inches
SUBJECTS
Brickwork
Sculpture
Breweries
Brewing industry
Cities and towns
Outdoor photography
Plaques, plaquettes

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