- International Stock Food Company (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
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- Similar image to umn191729 without the advertisement. Protection Chief was an American Chester White Boar that won may contests. William T. Dever of Lucasville, Ohio, bought the boar from Willis Whinery of Salem, Ohio, in 1899. International Stock Food Company was owned by Marion Savage, a Minnesota-based entrepreneur for whom the town of Savage, Minnesota, was named. Savage bought record-breaking harness race horse Dan Patch to help promote his business.
- Contributing Institution:
- Hennepin County Library, James K. Hosmer Special Collections Library
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