Grain: The Harold Anderson Story (Part One) -
The DVD of "Grain: The Harold Anderson Story" includes all three episodes of the series.
The first half-hour of "Grain" begins with the immigration of Harold's father, David Anderson, Sr., who introduced his son to the flour milling industry.
Viewers are introduced to Margaret Meilink, the love of Harold's life – and a Catholic. He was Presbyterian and in 1920, a "mixed marriage" was scandalous. But the marriage prevailed, weathering two failed businesses, personal tragedies and World War II. In 1947, Harold Anderson opened his own grain elevator in Maumee, Ohio.