Author: PABST, Gustav G. Description: The son of Pabst Brewing Company founder Frederick Pabst became president of this Milwaukee firm upon his father’s death in 1904 and remained so until 1921, when he branched into real estate and many other business and civil endeavors. TDS, 3pp, 8″ X 13″ (stapled into 8½” X 14½” heavy stock folder), Milwaukee, WI, 1 April 1900. Three folds and quite minor edgewear. Signed at the conclusion by a representative of Wheeling Bridge and Terminal Railway Company and by Gustav Pabst (then Vice President of the brewery) large and bold in brown ink. There is also a docket at left of first page initialed by Pabst (“GGP”). This two-page agreement is followed by a blueprint page in which the property being rented by Pabst is outlined in red. From around 1894 until 1914 Pabst operated the “Pabst Malsters & Bottlers” out of South Wheeling as part of their nationwide production and distribution system. Main Street Fine Books & Manuscripts. Main Street Fine Books & Manuscripts deals in out-of-print and antiquarian books, autographs and historic documents, ephemera, maps and pre-1900 newspapers. Member: ABAA, MWABA, The Manuscript Society. We take great pride in the quality of our stock and clean and cover all hardbound books in dust jacket sleeves or mylar. Every effort has been made to describe each item and any defects accurately. Large or heavy items may require that additional charges be invoiced separately. All autographs are guaranteed authentic without time limit to the original purchaser. William Butts, co-owner, apprenticed under a well-known Chicago dealer in the 1980s. For years he authored two columns in. Magazine and after more than 25 years remains book reviewer for. (quarterly journal of The Manuscript Society), in which capacity he stresses autograph education and reference works as the cornerstone of any serious dealer or collector. He has lectured on autograph authentication and contributes reviews and articles to publications such as. Fine Books and Collections. This listing was created by Bibliopolis.