Tulare County. A. E. Miot.

Tulare County

Visalia, CA: Tulare County Board of Trade, [1920]. First Edition. Text makes reference to the 1920 U.S. Census. 8vo. 32 pp. Photographic illustrations. Map of California inside front cover, and map of Tulare County inside rear cover. Printed by The Neuner Co., Los Angeles. Stiff blue wrappers illustrated in black & gold. A near fine copy (faint dampstain to front cover; minor foxing inside front page). Item #20600

Tulare County is one of the largest counties of the great San Joaquin Valley. This early promotion booklet is intended to attract settlers to the beauty, opporutnity and benefits of the area. "Tulare County is a good place to live in - not only because its soil is rich and productive, its water supply abundant, its climate healthful, its products many and varied and of a superior excellence, but because its mountains furnish Nature's greatest playground with many health and pleasure resorts that are within the reach of all." (Rocq 15251, for San Francisco imprint).

Price: $40.00

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