NEW BIRMINGHAM, TEXAS.

New Birmingham Development Co.

Published by N.p., 1968
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Stiff paper covers tied w/cord, 56 pp. (minor spotting on title page), photos. Facsimile reprint of an 1891 promotional brochure with many fine photos of this famous boom city near Rusk in Cherokee County in East Texas. It was known as The Iron Queen of the Southwest, but is now a ghost town. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: NEW BIRMINGHAM, TEXAS.
Publisher: N.p.
Publication Date: 1968
Binding: Stiff Dec. Wrs.
Book Condition: Fine

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New Birmingham Development Co.
Published by New Birmingham Dev. Co., New Birmingham, Texas (1968)
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Book Description New Birmingham Dev. Co., New Birmingham, Texas, 1968. Wraps. Book Condition: Very Good +. Dust Jacket Condition: No DJ. Reprint. 56 pp. including ads, photos, map, stiched into wraps, with a tassle tie. Reprint of an 1891 promo book for this Cherokee County community, "The Iron Queen of the Southwest," done by the New Birmingham "Times," "a leading newspaper of East Texas." The community near Rusk is now a ghost town with little evidence of its once bustling presence. Slight edge wear to wraps. Size: Oblong 8vo. Bookseller Inventory # 001579

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New Birmingham Development Co.
Published by N.p., n.p (1968)
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Book Description N.p., n.p, 1968. Stiff Paper. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: None. Stiff paper covers tied w/cord, 56 pp., photos. Facsimile reprint of an 1891 promotional brochure with many fine photos of this famous boom city near Rusk in Cherokee County in East Texas. It was known as The Iron Queen of the Southwest, but is now a ghost town. Bookseller Inventory # 028169

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