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W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Library Postcard and Notecard Collection
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Series 1: Horses undated

Scope and Contents

For each postcard in the series, the text or inscription on each postcard has been transcribed when legible and is available under each postcard title.
box 1, item 1

Abu Farwa 1960

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Verso [1940-1972 Abu Farwa's name is practically synonymous with combination of Arabian type and performance ability. He became one of the breed's greatest series, one of the few truly top rank, elite stallions. Though Abu Farwa was bred by the Kellogg Ranch, his career was made by his long-time owner H.H. Reese. As an individual, he was outstanding, but his supreme value lay in his ability as a sire to transmit the type and character of his Crabbet heritage, especially his lovely forehead, overall balance and symmetry as well as his great trotting ability. Abu Farwa founded a veritable dynasty of champions. Among his 277 get, are such champion-siring sons as, Ga'zi, Abu Baha, Galan, Farlowa and Antezeyn Skowronek.]
box 1, item 2

Alyf undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Recto: ["Alyf" foaled in 1938, was the winner in the Fine Harness Class All-Arabian Horse Show. Alyf was a senior stallion at California State Polytechnic College, Kellogg Unit, Pomona, California.]
box 1, item 3

Alyf undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Recto: [Arabian Stallion, Alyf Pomona Quartermaster Depot Pomona, California (Remount)]
box 1, item 4-5

Alyf undated

Physical Description: 2 items

Scope and Contents

Verso: [Alyf, foaled 1938. Head study of eighteen-year-old sire and show horse, Alyf. Alyf is still active at Kellogg Unit, Cal Poly, Pomona. Selected horses from the Kellogg Campus Stables are from time to time offered for sale and several of the finest Arabian stallions in the country stand for outside service.]
Contains duplicates.
box 1, item 6

Antez undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Recto: [Antez No. 448 A.H.C. Champion W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Ranch Pomona Descendant of Homer Davenport Importation]
Verso: [1921-1944 Antez, a strikingly handsome stallion, was bred by F.E. Lewis. He was a popular early day stallion of pure Davenport breeding. Antez was exported to Poland after he attracted the attention of Polish breeders with his impressive times in a racing trial. Antez stood in Poland for three years, siring ten foals. Of the ten foals, three became successful racers and one, Haschem Bey, won the Polish Derby. Unfortunately, all of his Polish born progeny were lost in WWII. Antez returned to the U.S. and spent his last years at the H.H. Reese Ranch. He sired 53 foals in the American stud book, including some extremely influential sons such as, Latif, Ankar, Gezan and Sartez.]
box 1, item 7-9

Antez undated

Physical Description: 3 items

Scope and Contents

Recto: ["Antez" Golden Chestnut Arabian Stallion]
Verso: [1921-1944 "Antez" a beautiful chestnut stallion with flaxen mane and tail, is one of a stable of more than 40 full blooded Arabian horses owned by the W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Ranch, of Pomona, California. The owner of this ranch is the well known cereal manufacturer of Battle Creek, Michigan. "Antez" was the Champion Arabian Stallion at the Los Angeles County Fair in 1928.]
Contains duplicates.
box 1, item 10-14

Antez undated

Physical Description: 5 items

Scope and Contents

Recto: ["Antez" Golden Chestnut Arabian Stallion]
Verso: ["Antez" is an Arabian stallion of chestnut color- with a golden mane which is as beautiful as it is unusual. "Antez" is owned by the W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Ranch, Pomona, Calif., and is one of a stable of more than forty full blooded Arabian horses. The owner of this ranch is the well known Cereal manufacturer of Battle Creek, Michigan.]
Contains duplicates.
box 1, item 15

Arabian Flag Ceremony undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Verso: [Arabian Flag Ceremony Preceding Sunday show at world famous Kellogg Ranch. These exhibitions were started by the late W.K. Kellogg in 1927. The purpose has always been to promote interest in the Arabian breed and to educate the horse-loving public to the versatility, beauty and intelligence of these unusual animals.]
box 1, item 16

Arabian Horses Grazing in Pasture undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Verso: [California State Polytechnic College, Kellogg campus, Pomona, California Purebred Arabian horses grazing in the pasture.]
box 1, item 17-18

Arabian Mares and Foals in Pasture undated

Scope and Contents

Recto: [Arabian mares and foals in the pasture at California State Polytechnic College, Kellogg Unit, Pomona, California.]
Contains duplicates.
box 1, item 19

Arabian Mare and Foal in Pasture undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Recto: [Arabian mare and foal in pasture. Pomona Quartermaster Depot (Remount), Pomona, California.]
box 1, item 20

Asam undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Recto: [Asam, AHC 6361 (foaled in 1950) Liberty Stallion. California State Polytechnic College, Kellogg Unit, Pomona, California.]
box 1, item 21

Atala undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Verso: [Atala 88850 W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Center, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. Atala (*Tala x Alowa - Farlowa) is one of the Arabian Horse Center's leading brood mares. Her head depicts the ultimate in classic Arabian type. Photo by Polly Knoll.]
box 1, item 22

Bataan undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Foaled in 1942.
Recto: [Arabian stallion Bataan. Pomona Quartermaster Depot (Remount), Pomona, California.]
box 1, item 23

Beaufair undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Verso: [Beaufair]
box 1, item 24

Bircouri undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Bircouri, foaled January 24, 1964.
Verso: [Performance Champion and Legion of merit recipient Bircouri + (Courier x Biretta - Birins) is shown as a bridleless jumper in the Sunday Arabian shows. Shows are held every Sunday in October, November and January thru May at 2 P.M. Allison Elwell, the rider. Photo by Polly Knoll.]
box 1, item 25

Bircouri undated

Physical Location: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Bircouri, foaled January 24, 1964.
Verso: [Arabian salute by Bircouri+ (Courier x Birette - Birins). Performance Champion and Leigon of merit recipient. A performer in the Sunday Arabian shows held at 2 P.M. every Sunday in October, November and January through May. Allison Elwell, the rider. Photo by Polly Knoll.]
box 1, item 26

Birlanty undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Recto: [Birlanty, foaled 1945, California State Polytechnic College, Kellogg Unit, Pomona, California.]
box 1, item 27

Calamyra undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Recto: [Calamyra, AHC 3426, Twin, Foaled 1945, Trick Mare. California State Polytechnic College, Kellogg Unit, Pomona, California.]
box 1, item 28

Calamyr and Calamyra with Bakura undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Recto: [Twins "Calamyr" and "Calamyra" three days old, with "Bakura" two days old. California State Polytechnic College, Kellogg Unit, Pomona, California.]
box 1, item 29

Calamyr and Calamyra undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Recto: [Arabian twins Calamyr and Calamyra, three days old. Pomona Quartermaster Depot (Remount) Pomona, California.]
box 1, item 30

Danada 1948

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Recto: [Arabian mare, Danada, Pomona Quartermaster Depot (Remount), Pomona, California.]
Inscription on verso reads: ["Kellog 'Arabian horse farm' exhibition. Sun. June 27-'48 3:30 o'clock. John L., Emmy Lou, Terry, Dick and me (grandma)".]
box 1, item 31

Eight Horse Percheron Team undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Recto: [Eight Horse Percheron Team as shown in the Sunday Show at California State Polytechnic College, Kellogg Unit, Pomona, California.]
box 1, item 32

Eight Horse Percheron Team undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Recto: [Eight Horse Percheron Team, Pomona Quartermaster Depot (Remount), Pomona, California.]
box 1, item 33

Farana undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Recto: [Farana, Arab Stallion owned by the W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Ranch, Pomona, California.]
box 1, item 34

Farana undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Recto: [Farana, Arabian Stallion owned by the University of California's W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Ranch, Pomona, California.]
box 1, item 35

Farana undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Recto: [Arabian Stallion Farana, W.K. Kellogg Institute of Animal Husbandry, Pomona, Calf.]
box 1, item 36

Farlowa undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Farlowa, foaled January 9, 1953.
Verso: [Farlowa 8545, Head stallion at Kelloggs. The Arabian is the oldest breed of horse in existence. Its origin has been traced back some 3500 years. Nearly all other light breeds are founded on Arabian blood, either directly or indirectly. California State Polytechnic College, Pomona, California. Color Photo by: Louis and Virginia Kay.]
box 1, item 37

Ferseyn undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Recto: [Ferseyn 1381]
Verso: [1937-1962, Ferseyn was bred by the Kellogg Ranch and was 100% Crabbet. Both his sire and dam were imported from that stud. For over a decade, Ferseyn was the leading sire of champions in the U.S. Through such outstanding grandget as Ferneyn, Khemosabi +++ and the Real Mccoy, the Ferseyn line continues to enjoy great popularity today. Ferseyn's sire, Raseyn was one of the two most influential sons of Skowronek in America, the other being *Raffles. Ferseyn's dam, *Ferda was a most influential mare as well, founding an enduring female line. Ferseyn was owned most of his life by H.H. Reese, former manager of the Kellogg Ranch. In his last years, Ferseyn was owned and cherished by the Frisco Mari family, who bred from him Regis and Amerigo.]
box 1, item 38

Hanad undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Recto: [Hanad 489]
Verso: [Hanad (1922-1949), a handsome liver chestnut, was bred by the Hindham Stock Farm. He was one of the best known of the early straight Davenport stallions. A featured attraction at the then world famous Sunday afternoon exhibitions at the Kellogg Arabian Ranch in California, Hanad performed a popular "high school" routine. Hanad was also a successful sire, getting a total of 57 purebread Arabs, including several which were important breeding animals in their day.]
box 1, item 39-40

Hytan undated

Physical Description: 2 items

Scope and Contents

Hytan, foaled March 13, 1959.
Verso: [Jumping horse performing during Sunday exhibition at world famous Kellogg ranch. Whether in exhibition or as family riding horses and pets, they give superb performances. California State Polytechnic College, Pomona, California.]
Contains duplicates.
box 1, item 41

Jadaan with Rider in Son of the Sheik Costume undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Recto: [Arabian Stallion Jadaan W.K. Kellogg Institute of Animal Husbandry, Pomona, Calif.]
box 1, item 42

Jadaan with Rudolph Valentino undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Jadaan, foaled April 13, 1916.
Verso: [Rudolph Valentino posing with Jadaan, one of his favorite horses in 1926. California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.]
box 1, item 43-44

Jadaan with Rudolph Valentino undated

Physical Description: 2 items

Scope and Contents

Jadaan, foaled April 13, 1916.
Recto: [Rudolph Valentino]
Contains duplicates.
box 1, item 45

Jadaan with Rudolph Valentino undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Jadaan, foaled April 13, 1916. Rudolph Valentino with Jadaan.
Recto: [Rudolph Valentino]
box 1, item 46

Jadaan with Rudolph Valentino undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Foaled April 13, 1916.
Recto: [Arabian Stallion Jadaan, W.K. Kellogg Institute of Animal Husbandry, Pomona, Calif.]
box 1, item 47

Jadaan with Rudolph Valentino 1939

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Foaled April 13, 1916.
Recto: [The Late Rudolph Valentino Mounted on Jadaan.]
Verso: [Jadaan is a gray stallion, foaled in 1916 and sired by Abbeian, a desert bred stallion. Jadaan was the last horse ridden by Rudolph Valentino in his picture, "The Son of the Sheik," through the courtesy of the W.K. Kellogg Institute of Animal Husbandry. The Institute has in its possession the bridle, saddle and costume used by Valentino in this motion picture.]
Inscription on verso reads: ["April 15, 1939"]
box 1, item 48-52

Jadaan with Rudolph Valentino undated

Physical Description: 5 items

Scope and Contents

Recto: [The Late Rudolph Valentino Mounted on Jadaan]
Verso: [This picture was taken at the time of filming the famous photoplay "The Son of the Sheik" in which the late Rudolph Valentino, with Jadaan as his mount, achieved notable success. Jadaan was the last horse ridden by Valentino. Jadaan, a beautiful Arabian stallion, was used in the picture through the courtesy of W.K. Kellogg owner of the W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Ranch, Pomona, Calif. Mr. Kellogg is the well known Cereal Maufacturer of Battle Creek, Michigan.]
Contains duplicates.
box 1, item 53

Jezaya undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Recto: [Jezaya, foaled in 1946, outfitted in traditional Arabian equipment, at California State Polytechnic College, Kellogg Unit, Pomona, California.]
box 1, item 54

Kello-Gwalor undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Foaled February 29, 1968
Verso: [Kello-Gwalor, (*Gwalior x Sanibel - Sands) is a performance and halter champion. He is shown as an Arabian Costume and English pleasure horse in the Sunday Arabian shows held at 2 P.M., every Sunday in October, November and January thru May. Carol Brennan, the rider. Photo by Polly Knoll.]
box 1, item 55-56

King John undated

Physical Description: 2 items

Scope and Contents

King John, foaled 1922.
Recto: ["King John" with rider in costume used in photo play "The Scarlet Empress"]
Contains duplicates.
box 1, item 57

King John undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Foaled 1922.
Recto: [Arabian Stallion King John as he appeared in "Scarlet Empress", W.K. Kellogg Institute of Animal Husbandry, Pomona, Calif.]
box 1, item 58

Lertaz undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Foaled January 28, 1955.
Verso: [Lertaz, 9805, Comedy horse delights crowds during Sunday afternoon show at world famous Kellogg Ranch. California State Polytechnic College, Pomona, California.]
box 1, item 59

Maazal undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Foaled April 25, 1953.
Verso: [Maazal 8550, Kellogg Mare Beauty, gentleness and versatility are the qualities which commend Arabians to today's horse lovers. Colors are bay, chestnut, grey, and occasionally black or brown. California State Polytechnic College, Pomona, California.]
box 1, item 60

Maazal undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Foaled April 25, 1953.
Verso: [Three Year Old Chestnut Filly.]
box 1, item 61

Maazal undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Foaled April 25, 1953.
Verso: [Three-year-old chestnut filly. Exhibition show horse. Kellogg Unit, Cal Poly, Pomona.]
box 1, item 62

Maazal undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Foaled April 25, 1953.
Verso: [Maazal, Three Gaited Arabian Mare. Exhibitions are held every Sunday afternoon during the school year. Training and handling are accomplished entirely by the college's students and staff, of world famous Kellogg Ranch. California State Polytechnic College, Pomona, California.]
box 1, item 63

Nasik undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Recto: [Nasik, an imported stallion owned by W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Ranch.]
Verso: [Nasik is an imported Arab stallion, foaled in 1908, and is one of the foundation sires of the W.K. Kellogg Institute of Animal Husbandry. The W.K. Kellogg Institute is the largest breeder of Arabian horses in America and is located near Pomona, California. The 750 acre ranch, together with its Arabian horses and equipment was presented to the University of California in 1932 and is now being operated by the University.]
box 1, item 64-70

Nasik undated

Physical Description: 7 items

Scope and Contents

Recto: [Nasik, an imported stallion owned by W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Ranch]
Verso: [Nasik is an imported Arabian stallion--and while 19 years of age has a beautiful bay coat-and the carriage of a three year old. He has sired many famous horses. Nasik is one of over forty full blooded Arabian horses in the stable of W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Ranch, Pomona, Calif. This ranch is owned and operated by the well known Cereal Manufacturer of Battle Creek, Michigan, for the preservation of this strain of horses which has become practically extinct.] Contains duplicates.
box 1, item 71

Nasik undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Verso: [(1908-1937) *Nasik was bred by the Crabbet Arabian Stud in England and imported to the U.S. at the age of 18 by W.K. Kellogg. This large (15-1 hands), stylish horse, with his airy trot, absolutely radiated brilliance. His reputation as a sire in England and in the U.S. was outstanding. Six of his Englsih get have influenced American Arabian breeding, and he got 32 more purebred Arabs in California. Time has proven the exceptional value of his blood, and today, long after his death at the age of 29, there is a growing appreciation, both in the U.S. and England, for *Nasik heritage.]
box 1, item 72-73

Pep undated

Scope and Contents

Recto: [Pep, the Official Greeter and Show Horse] Verso: [Pep is a three year old Arabian stallion. He has come to be known as the official greeter at the W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Ranch, where he entertains the visitors with his many tricks. Pep is one of over 50 full blooded Arabian horses in the stable of W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Ranch, Pomona, Calif. This ranch is owned and operated by the well known Cereal Manufacturer of Battle Creek, Michigan, for the preservation of this strain of horses which has become practically extinct.] Contains duplicates.
box 1, item 74

Poly Royal undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Foaled February 2, 1962.
Verso: [Rearing Liberty Movie Horse as seen on Sunday exhibitions at world famous Kellogg Ranch. California State Polytechnic College, Pomona, California.]
box 1, item 75

Raseyn undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Verso: [(1923-1952) *Raseyn was bred by the Crabbet Park Stud and imported to the U.S. by W.K. Kellogg. A 3 year old when he arrived at the Kellogg Ranch, *Raseyn was first trained and ridden as a jumper. Later he was five-gaited and for some years demonstrated his talents in that capacity (unusual for an Arab) in the Kellogg exhibitions. A very classic horse, *Raseyn was unusally prepotent in stamping his get with his own type. He became one of the most important sires in America. He got a total of 135 pure Arabs, many of which became well known in their own rights. Raseyn died of a stroke at age 29.]
box 1, item 76-77

Raseyn undated

Physical Description: 2 items

Scope and Contents

Recto: ["Raseyn" Champion Arabian Stallion. Foaled in 1923. Imported by W.K. Kellogg from Crabbet Park Nursery, Sussex, England. Kellogg Campus, California State Polytechnic College, Pomona, California.]
Contains duplicates.
box 1, item 78

Rifdah and Twins undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Recto: [Arabian mare "Rifdah" and twins owned by the University of Calif. W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Ranch.]
Inscription on verso reads: ["Rifdah 1133, chestnut mare born in 1935 (*Rahal 950 x * Rifda * Raseyn. The foals were named Calsabi (11667) 'son of California' (colt) and Calsabiyat (1666) 'daughter of California' (filly) Kellogg had 6000 postcards printed of the twins with their dam in the show ring. They were kept from birth (Feb. 3, 1939) and used in Sunday shows until they were retired in 1950. Calsabi dies in Nov. 50, Calsabiyat was sold."]
box 1, item 79

Rifdah and Twins undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Recto: [Arabian mare "Rifdah" (foaled 1935) and twins owned by the University of Calif. W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Ranch.]
Inscription on verso:
["Dear Audrey, Here is another card for your collection. There was a very nice horse show here. Cute ponies, too. What are you doing this summer? I'm loafing. Love, Louise"]
["Miss Audry Maloom, 2, Mayflower Street, Plymouth, Mass."]
box 1, item 80

Rifdah and Twins undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Recto: [Arabian mare "Rifdah" (foaled 1935) and twins owned by the University of Calif. W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Ranch.]
box 1, item 81

Rifnas undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Recto: ["Rifnas" Arabian stallion, owned by the W.K. Kellogg Institute of Animal Husbandry, Pomona, Calif.]
box 1, item 82

Rifnas undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Recto: ["Rifnas" Arabian stallion, owned by the W.K. Kellogg Institute of Animal Husbandry, Pomona, Calif.]
Inscription on verso reads: ["Rifnas 924 chestnut stallion * Nasik 604 x *Rifla 601 foaled 1932. Stood at stud-during 1937 five of his foals were born. The Maharajah of Bjauhagar, India, contacted in 1938 for several foals to be sired by Rifnas. At lease one foal sired by Rifnas was born at the ranch in 1943. No further info is given in the Kellogg book. Stud book lists 63. As a 2-year-old, he led the Liberty team. He was trained for both riding and driving and was featured in the Spanish Walk."]
box 1, item 83

Rossika undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Recto: [Arabian mare Rossika, Pomona Quartermaster Depot (Remount) Pomona, California.]
box 1, item 84

Sikin undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Foaled 1933.
Recto: [Sikin, W.K. Kellogg's Institute of Animal Husbandry.]
box 1, item 85-86

Six-Horse Percheron Hitch undated

Physical Description: 2 items

Scope and Contents

Verso: [California State Polytechnic College, Kellogg Campus, Pomona, California. Six-horse Percheron hitch shown in the hour-long Arabian horse show each Sunday afternoon at the Kellogg campus. Selected horses from the Kellogg Campus Stables are from time to time offered for sale and several of the finest Arabian stallions in the country stand for outside service.]
Contains duplicates.
box 1, item 87-88

Tafar undated

Physical Description: 2 items

Scope and Contents

Foaled January 26, 1955.
Verso: [Tafar 9803 preforming the Spanish March at the Sunday afternoon exhibition held at the world famous Kellogg Ranch. California State Polytechnic College, Pomona, California.]
Contains duplicates.
box 1, item 89

Tezadi undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Foaled March 13, 1958.
Verso: [Tezadi 13081 sitting up and smiling at the crowd at world famous Kellogg Ranch during Sunday afternoon show. Beauty, gentleness and versatility are the qualities which commend Arabians to today's horse-lovers. Training and handling are accomplished entirely by the college's students and staff. California State Polytechnic College, Pomona, California.]
box 1, item 90-92

Three-Gaited Exhibition Mare undated

Physical Description: 3 items

Scope and Contents

Verso: [Three-gaited exhibition mare. Kellogg Unit, Cal Poly, Pomona.]
Contains duplicates.
box 1, item 93-99

The Three Graces undated

Physical Description: 7 items

Scope and Contents

Deyrak (foaled 1925), Arak (foaled March 8, 1917), and Fasal (foaled March 7, 1918).
Recto: [The Three Graces, Arabian mares and colt--W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Ranch.]
Verso: [These Arab horses gallop with all the beauty and gracefulness of their forefathers. They are free to roam the expanse of the W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Ranch, Pomona, Calif. Over fifty full blooded Arabian horses are owned by this ranch which is operated by W.K. Kellogg, the well known Cereal Manufacturer of Battle Creek, Michigan. Arabian horses are fast becoming extinct and this ranch is operated for the preservation of these beautiful creatures.]
Contains duplicates.
box 1, item 100-101

The Three Graces undated

Physical Description: 2 items

Scope and Contents

Deyrak (foaled 1925), Arak (foaled March 8, 1917), and Fasal (foaled March 7, 1918).
Recto: ["The Three Graces" Arabian mares and colt--Deyrak 3967, Arak 269, and Fasal 330. California State Polytechnic College, Kellogg Campus, Pomona, California.]
Contains duplicates.
box 1, item 102

Unidentified undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Verso: [Senior sire and exhibition bridle or reined horse. Kellogg Unit, Cal Poly, Pomona.]
box 1, item 103

Zadal undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Foaled 1957.
Verso: [Zadal 11952 shown cutting cattle at Sunday afternoon exhibition at world famous Kellogg Ranch. California State Polytechinc College, Pomona, California.]
box 1, item 104

Zadir undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Foaled 1952.
Verso: [Four-year-old chestnut stallion, Zadir. Member of the stallion battery and exhibition show horse. Kellogg Unit, Cal Poly, Pomona.]
 

Series 2: Kellogg Company undated

Scope and Contents

For each postcard in the series, the text of the postcard has been transcribed and is available under each postcard title.
box 1, item 105

The Largest Manufacturers of Ready-To-Eat Cereal Foods in the World undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Recto: [The Largest Manufacturers of Ready-to-Eat Cereal Foods in the World. London, Canada. Sydney, Australia. Home of Kellogg Company, Battle Creek, Michigan.]
Verso: [The Kellogg Company plant at Battle Creek covers over 35 acres of floor space. The production is well over one and one-half million packages of ready-to-eat cereals per day. Other plants are operated at London, Canada, and Sydney, Australia.]
box 1, item 106-107

Packing Room, Kellogg Company, Battle Creek, Michigan undated

Physical Description: 2 items

Scope and Contents

Recto: [Packing Room, Kellogg Company, Battle Creek, Michigan]
Verso: [The packing rooms are as clean as a snow white kitchen, with Kellogg's Cereals at no time during the process of manufacture being touched by human hands.]
Contains duplicates.
box 1, item 108

Macatawa Yacht Harbor, Holland, Mich. undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Recto: [Macatwa Yacht Harbor, Holland, Mich.]
box 1, item 109

Recreation Hall, Kellogg Company, Battle Creek, Michigan undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Recto: [Recreation Hall, Kellogg Company, Battle Creek, Michigan]
Verso: [Kellogg's Recreation Hall furnishes a beautiful auditorium for the social and athletic activities of employees and their families. It is also used extensively by the public for various Civic meetings.]
box 1, item 110

Wading Pool, Kellogg Company, Battle Creek, Michigan undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Recto: [Wading Pool, Kellogg Company, Battle Creek, Michigan]
Verso: [This wading pool and playground is a source of pleasure for large groups of children. All play is supervised by the Company's Athletic Director.]
 

Series 3: Kellogg House undated

Scope and Contents

For each postcard in the series, the text of the postcard has been transcribed and is available under each postcard title.
box 1, item 111

A View from the Terraces undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Contents

Recto: [Kellogg House Pomona]
Verso: [A view from the Terraces. Kellogg House Pomona was the winter home of cereal magnate and philanthropist, W.K. Kellogg. Located on his famous Kellogg Arabian Horse Ranch, the House served as Mr. Kellogg's winter residence until 1942. The first landscape architect was Charles Gibbs Adams. Later, Florence Yoch and Lucille Council were hired to complete the grounds and gardens. Through the generosity of the W.K. Kellogg foundation, the former Ranch is now the campus of the California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.]
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A View through the Front Gates undated

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Recto: [Kellogg House Pomona]
Verso: [A view through the Front Gates. Kellogg House Pomona was the home of cereal magnate and philanthropist, W.K. Kellogg. Located on his famous Kellogg Arabian Horse Ranch, the House is an 8,700 square foot, single-story Spanish colonial. Designed by Myron Hunt and completed in 1926. The House served as Mr. Kellogg's winter residence until 1942. Through the generosity of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, the former Ranch is now the campus of the California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.]
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University House undated

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Verso: [University House, "The Mansion" was originally built by W.K. Kellogg in 1927.]
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W.K. Kellogg Historicals undated

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Verso: [W.K. Kellogg and Gawald, view from Kellogg mansion, late 1920's with daughter Beth and grandchildren: 1923.]
 

Series 4: Kellogg Ranch undated

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For each postcard in the series, the text or inscription of the postcard has been transcribed and is available under each postcard title.
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Cal Poly Pomona undated

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Recto: [Cal Poly Pomona]
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Hilltop View of Stables undated

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Recto: [Hilltop view of stables, paddocks and grain fields. California State Polytechnic College, Kellogg Unit, Pomona, California.]
Contains duplicates.
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Kellogg's Highway undated

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Recto: [View from Kellogg's Highway, Pomona, California.]
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Stables on W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Ranch, Pomona, Calif. 1939

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Recto: [Stables on W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Ranch, Pomona, Calif.]
Verso: [The W.K. Kellogg Institute of Animal Husbandry is located about four miles West of Pomona, California. This 750 acre ranch is devoted to the breeding of registered Arabian horses of the best individuality and choicest blood lines for the preservation of these beautiful creatures, which have become practically extinct. The W.K. Kellogg Institute was founded in the Spring of 1925 by W.K. Kellogg, cereal manufacturer of Battle Creek, Michigan, and presented to the University of California, in 1932.] Inscription on verso reads: [April 15, 1939]
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Stables on W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Ranch, Pomona, Calif. undated

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Recto: [Stables on W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Ranch, Pomona, Calif.]
Verso: [The W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Ranch, located 3 miles west of Pomona, California, contains approximately 400 acres of fertial land which is well improved with modern buildings and equipment. This ranch is devoted to the breeding of registered Arabian horses of the best individuality and choicest blood lines, for the preservation of these beautiful creatures which have become practically extinct.
The owner of this ranch is the well known Cereal Manufacturer of Battle Creek, Michigan.]
Contains duplicates.
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Union Plaza undated

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Verso: [Union Plaza, the original stables on the W.K. Kellogg Ranch, now the site of a variety of student service offices.]
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Visitors Being Entertained at stables on W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Ranch, Pomona, Calif. undated

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Recto: [Visitors Being Entertained at Stables on W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Ranch, Pomona, Calif.]
Verso: [The W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Ranch, located 3 miles west of Pomona, California, contains over 800 acres of fertile land which is well improved with modern buildings and equipment. This ranch is devoted to the breeding of registered Arabian horses of the best individuality and choicest blood lines, for the preservation of these beautiful creatures which have become practically extinct. The owner of this ranch is the well known Cereal Manufacturer of Battle Creek, Michigan.]
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W.K. Kellogg's Institute of Animal Husbandry undated

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Recto: [W.K. Kellogg's Institute of Animal Husbandry, Pomona, Calif.]