Rome, GA: Merchants and Manufacturers Association of Rome, Georgia, Floyd County, U.S.A., 1906.
Softcover. very good-. 6" x 5.25",  pp, in stapled wrappers. Vertical folding crease, small split at base of spine, otherwise very good. A primarily pictorial promotional book with 5 pages of text describing the virtues of "this God-favored section of North Georgia." Rome's "cultivated and refined people, fine educational advantages," climate, and public utilities and services are given brief mention, but most of the text focuses on the Floyd county's commercial development. Cotton and peaches reign supreme in the agricultural arena, but mining and manufacturing (furniture, cotton goods, water wheels, leather machine belts, scales, bricks, stoves, iron) are also points of pride. Not found in OCLC.