Back of card: Grants, New Mexico, was situated on the Old Pony Express Trail to the Pacific Coast in pioneer days. It was a station for change of horses, wagon trains and mail, and was named for President Ulysses S. Grant when he was General of the U. S. Army. Today, Grants (the S being adopted) is a progressive little city on Highway 66 about half-way between Albuquerque and Gallup, N. M. Nestling in the foothills of Mt. Tayler, it is picturesquely surrounded by Spanish-American and Indian villages. Lumbering, mining and farming are carried on extensively, irrigation from the Bluewater Dam producing many trainloads of choice vegetables yearly.