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Grace [Gracemary] (Cook) Schulze [1905-1972]

January 1, 1905

ECA Record Control Number: 15201

Record Level: Listing

Record Type: Collector

Name: Grace [Gracemary] (Cook) Schulze

Born: 1905
Died: 1972

City: Chicago
State: IL
Other cities:

Gender: Female

Historical notes:
Grace [Gracemary] (Cook) Schulze is the wife of a second generation German businessman who founded with his father Paul Schulze, Senior, the Paul Schulze Biscuit Company in 1923.  The company was created from the purchase of two other bake companies.  The company was to merge and change into the Schulze and Burch Biscuit Co. which produces Toast’em Pop-Ups along with crackers, granola bars and cereal. The company was the first in the United States to use traveling steel ovens. During World War II, it baked round biscuits for C-rations and, along with other foods such as lemonade powder, packed them into cans for the U.S. Army. Following the war, the company introduced the saltine cracker and the four-in-one pack under the Flavor Kist brand.

Citation:  “Made In Chicago – Participating Companies: Amusements, Baked Goods, and Beauty Products.”  City of Chicago.org.  Updated unknown.  Accessed October 24, 2016.  https://www.cityofchicago.org/city/en/depts/dcd/supp_info/made_in_chicago0/made_in_chicago_companies.html

Decades of activity:

See also:
Paul Schulze, Jr. [1895-1959]



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Record Birth Date:
September 28, 2016

Last Update:
October 24, 2016

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Digital-born Publication Title: Emil Carlsen Archives
Publication Subtitle: World's Largest Visual Reference Dedicated to the Preservation of the Work of Danish-American Impressionist/Realist Painter, Emil Carlsen [1848-1932]
Library of Congress Subject Authority Heading: Carlsen, Emil, 1853-1932
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