Lewis H. Andrews, / Job Printer / [followed by a calendar for 1859 printed in three columns] / Ralston's Buildings, Cherry Street, / Up-Stairs, Entrance One Door Above A.A. Menard's / Macon, Georgia. / Orders from any part of the Country respectfully solicited. [complete text].
Macon, GA: Lewis H. Andrews, . Broadside on card stock, 13 1/4 x 9 7/8 inches, employing at least six sizes and styles of type, with "Job Printer" central, the whole enclosed within four borders, an outer wide green ornamental border, a broken green rule, a wide red ornamental border, and a green rule; the broadside is printed in green, red, brown, and yellow. Not recorded on OCLC (which does locate a half dozen items printed by Andrews in Macon, 1857-1860). Good copy only of a remarkable survival, the first example of ante-bellum Georgia color printing that we have encountered (strengthening tape on verso). Rubbed, with surface cracks and abrasions, creased in several places, two corners chipped. (#7788). Item #60591