1900 ***The Atlanta Journal*** Ga. Paid Receipt+William Bollman (Jeweler)+"Ad"!

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Seller: empire_stamp_company ✉️ (3,785) 100%, Location: Fort Worth, Texas, US, Ships to: WORLDWIDE, Item: 334507811268 1900 ***THE ATLANTA JOURNAL*** GA. PAID RECEIPT+WILLIAM BOLLMAN (JEWELER)+"AD"! . NOVEMBER 2, 1900 ~THE ATLANTA JOURNAL~ "THE LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY NEWSPAPER IN THE SOUTH" ... ADVERTISING $100.00 "PAID" RECEIPT TO: WILLIAM BOLLMAN (DEALER IN WATCHES, JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, SPECTACLES, ETC.) 6 SOUTH BROAD STREET, ATLANTA, GEORGIA ... WITH (ATTACHED) ADVERTISEMENT FROM NEWSPAPER! (Dimensions: 8 1/8" x 4 5/8".) (Please note: Item will be folded to original folds for mailing.) The Atlanta journal: The Atlanta Journal was established in 1883. Founder E. F. Hoge sold the paper to Atlanta Lawyer Hoke Smith in 1887. After the Journal supported presidential candidate Grover Cleveland in 1892 election, Smith was named as Secretary of the Interior by the victorious Cleveland. Pulitzer Prize winning novelist Margaret Mitchell worked for the Journal from 1922 to 1926. Important for the development of her 1936 Gone With the Wind were the series of profiles of prominent Georgia Civil War generals she wrote for The Atlanta Journal's Sunday magazine, the research for which, scholars believe, led her to her work on the novel. In 1922, the Journal founded one of the first radio broadcasting stations in the South, WSB. The radio station and the newspaper were sold in 1939 to James Middleton Cox, founder of what would become Cox Enterprises. The Journal carried the motto "Covers Dixie like the Dew". We strive to find rare and unusual vintage pieces to match up with your special collection. Returns are readily accepted if the item(s) is the same as described. Item(s) must be must be in the exact condition as delivered. Buyer pays return shipping. Items $30.00 or more will be shipped with tracking. Items $200.00 or more will be shipped with insurance. Combined shipping discount for multiple purchases (Please wait for us to send invoice for 2 or more items). Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns. Be sure to check out our "ever changing" of vintage postage stamps, postal covers, postal cards, billheads, letterheads, stock certificates, stock coupons, bank checks, railroad and steamship ephemera, Civil War ephemera, World War I ephemera, World War II ephemera, promissory notes, automotive ephemera, fraternity ephemera, circus ephemera, jeweler and pocket watch ephemera plus many other special items we can pass onto our customers. Empire Stamp Company INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING:USPS FIRST CLASS MAIL INTERNATIONAL/FIRST CLASS PACKAGE INTERNATIONAL SERVICE.DELIVERY TIMES WILL VARY BY LOCATION FOR INTERNATIONAL BUYERS. Condition: Used, Condition: Crisp and clear print. Several small tears. Toning. Numerous creases. Please refer to scans for item description., Country/Region of Manufacture: United States, Time Period Manufactured: 1900-20

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