Seattle: (Seattle Chamber of Commerce), [c. 1929]. First Edition. Stiff paper wraps. 8vo. Pp. 38. Color frontis. capturing a view from King Street Station to the northwest, including the Smith Tower. Illustrated throughout with b&w photos and line drawings. Bound in illustrated wraps. Laid in is a 1930s Seattle Post-Intelligencer newspaper clipping of an Almira Bailey article documenting the intersection of First Avenue and Marion Street - the nexus of what became the City of Seattle. Near Fine. Item #359
An early pre-Dogwood Press Frank McCaffrey printing production, 1920s, when he was with Acme Press. The author's charming, breezy writing style is very much in the Frank McCaffrey mode, and celebrates a favorite McCaffrey theme as well: the Seattle Spirit. SOLIDAY I: 1435.