144 pp, 8 1/2" H. Black, bevelled boards with gilt lettering on spine and front board, gilt and blind stamped borders on front board, top edge black. B&w drawings, graphs, tables. Number 75 of an unspecified limited edition, "Presented to Robert Jackson (name written in ink) One of Those to Whom This Book is Dedicated with the Compliments of the Author Ivan Allen" (signed in ink). The verso of the title page states: "Dedication: to the men in commerce and industry who have made America great." A promotional volume, hoping to influence businessmen to consider Atlanta in their planning. Chapters include: Climate; Taxes; Labor; Raw Materials; Hyrdo-Electric Power; Textiles; Ceramics; Chemical; Water; Aviation; Furniture; Printing and Publishing; Stone Mountain, as well as information on transportation, banking, clubs & societies, churches, libraries, parks, etc. Laid in is an envelope addressed to Mr. Robert Jackson at the Hotel Crillon, Paris, containing a handwritten note and a typed statement regarding the Jackson Fund of the National Aeronautic Association of U.S.A., Paris Chapter, dated 1928. Light toning to endpapers and in margins of pages, separation between page gatherings at pages 112/113 but still firm in binding, very light browning to fore-edge and bottom of text block, light waviness at bottom of text block, slight dullness to spine colour and lettering, some very light soiling on boards, minor edge wear, a few faint scratches on the rear board.