Henry Griesedieck, Jr., Portrait


Portrait of Henry Griesedieck, Jr., Joseph Griesedieck’s older brother. Henry was also active in the St. Louis brewing industry. In 1891, Joseph, Henry, Jr., and a third brother, Bernard, established their own brewery, the National Brewery Company. Joseph served as superintendent, Bernard as secretary, and Henry, Jr., as president. Henry Jr. also served as president of the Independent Brewing Companies (IBC), a consortium of numerous city brewers. From: Portraits of Prominent Saint Louisans in 1916: a portrait work of its merchants, manufacturers, bankers and professional men, the men whose energy and ability have contributed largely toward making St. Louis the metropolis of the great Mississippi Valley at the beginning of the twentieth century. St. Louis, MO: H. Brown & Company, ca. 1916, p. 43.

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