Publication: Vulcanite Portland Cement Co, n d (ca 1910), Philadelphia & New York
Original Document. 25" X 20" heavy gray paper stock printed in black ink, original folds, folds to 8 1/2" x 5," three illustrations from photographs show men working with horses and wagons, laying a concrete road. The large, readable print explains why concrete roads should be built, citing experiences in Detroit and Pittsburgh, comparing installation costs of concrete roads with the ongoing expense of trying to maintain dirt roads, etc. A very good copy.
Inventory Number: 41313