Goldenstein did in fact purchase rice land in Arkansas which is son farmed for a time. In all honesty, I've never looked into obtaining the records of the purchase--for one reason: I was not exactly certain where the farm was located and locating property records requires a knowledge of at least the county where the farm was located.
Family tradition has it that Goldenstein purchased rice land, but the location was not one of those details that was passed on. Locating more information on the son who farmed the land may help to determine the county in which it was located. Here's the problem: the son who farmed the ground died of the flu in 1918 after he had been farming it a very short time. This son was only married 10 days and had no children. I'll need to pinpoint information on him and work from there.
Goldenstein's wife Anna died in the early 1930s and records of her estate settlement may provide a legal description of the land and discuss the disposition of it--if she owned the rice land at her death.