Coconino County Immigration Commissioner and Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce.
Undated, ca. 1930. Single sheet, 8.5 x 14 inches, folding into a four-panel brochure with text and illustrations from photographs on both sides. Light handling wear; very good.
Promotional brochure for what was then, and still is, the second-largest county in the United States, covering more than 18,000 square miles in north central Arizona. Although admitting that "big scale farming has not made a success in this country" and that crop production in the region is limited by "the lack of moisture and the shortness of the growing season," the writer nonetheless encourages the small farmer who can't afford anything better to give it a try. Your crops may fail, by the climate is good for your health and you can visit the Grand Canyon!