Lake Como, Miss(issippi): T.L. Tyner, March, 1900.
Unbound. One leaf folded to make four printed pages. Modest overall age-toning, one tiny tear, but still supple and very good or better. An amateur newsletter, one of many that resulted from the availability of reasonably cheap desktop hand-presses, the movement thrived between the late 1860s and the early 1930s. Contents include a charge of fraud against the Georgia-based publisher of another small newsletter, a letter to the editor from a young cousin, a directory of distributors for the newsletter - mostly from Lake Como, Acme, and Paulding, Mississippi, as well as agents in New Orleans, Slidell and Delhi, Louisiana, advertisements, and solicitations for advertising, and various other offers. One can assume there was probably an issue No. 1 of this newsletter; an issue No. 3 is less certain, as most amateur-type newsletters of this period blinked quickly in-and-out of existance. Lake Como is an unincorporated community located in Jasper County in Southeast Mississippi. No copies of this periodical, or any other Lake Como imprint found in *OCLC*.