Pasadena. Los Angeles County California in 1900.
[Pasadena, California]: Pasadena Board of Trade, . 5 ½” x 3½”. Stapled self-wrappers. pp. 35, . Very good plus: bright with a faint vertical crease to wrappers and first and last few leaves, penciled note in the margin of one page.
This promotional for Pasadena contains 16 full page photographic illustrations and a small map. It provides a brief history, touts the climate and transportation accessibility, and waxes on the city's educational opportunities and morals as it “was founded by an intelligent class of people and during the whole period of its history it has continued to draw unto itself residents of like character, until now it is distinguished as a city wherein the standard of intellectuality, refinement, morality, thrift, enterprise and similar qualities is exceptionally high.” Images include railway stations, the Evanston Inn, Hotel Green and an Ostrich farm.
OCLC locates four copies, all in California. Very good +. Item #3223