What is this document?
This is a 56 page promotional pamphlet of Worthington in
1901. It describes Worthington with a combination of 76 photos,
illustrations and narrative with a great deal of detail covering over
200 people, 41 businesses, 17 organizations, and 13 churches.
The pamphlet was sold as a souvenir in places like the Post Office news
stand, as noted on page 31.
What did the pamphlet look like?
This document was 8.5 inches wide by 5.5 inches deep. It was bound on the
left side by center stapling. Once opened, the document would be 17 inches
wide, with right and left panels, each side 8.5 inches wide. Normal pages were horizontally laid out, but
photo pages were turned 90 degrees clockwise and have to be viewed by
turning the document sideways.
The photo pages, here in this Internet HTML
document, have been taken out of their sideways printed orientation and
rotated to portrait mode for easier viewing in this Internet HTML
There were no page numbers printed on the original pamphlet. Page numbers
have been added for this HTML presentation to make it possible to identify
the pages in a way that is familiar and to build an index to provide
convenient HTML link access to the documents.