TALLAPOOSA! / AMONG THE PINES OF GEORGIA. / A BUSY BEE-HIVE, OR A ROMANTIC DAY DREAM, / AS YOU WILL. / [followed by three columns of dense promotional text, separated by thin rules]. Signed in type at the end "Geo. E. Bowen."

TALLAPOOSA! / AMONG THE PINES OF GEORGIA. / A BUSY BEE-HIVE, OR A ROMANTIC DAY DREAM, / AS YOU WILL. / [followed by three columns of dense promotional text, separated by thin rules]. Signed in type at the end "Geo. E. Bowen."

Cincinnati, (OH): Georgia-Alabama Investment and Development Co. (From the Covington, Ky., Commonwealth, September 2, 1891), 1891. Printed broadside, 18 1/2 x 8 inches, employing bold display types for head and publication information. An enthusiastic promotional for the development of Tallapoosa, Georgia, in Haralson County, near the Georgia-Alabama border; the project ultimately succumbed to a classic investment bubble, with investors eventually losing large sums of money. OCLC locates one copy (Duke). Folded; uniformly browned, one closed tear at right margin, slightly affecting a letter or two, repaired on verso; upper left corner torn, repaired on verso. (#5002). Item #65914

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