Remaining Copies Of Updated Chattanooga History Available At Zarzour's Restaurant, Winder Binder Gallery And Bookstore

Monday, February 10, 2014

Remaining copies of the updated history of Chattanooga by John Wlson are available at Zarzour's Restaurant off Main Street as well as Winder Binder Gallery and Bookstore in North Chattanooga.

Zarzour's, which is behind #1 fire hall on Rossville Avenue off Main Street, has been operated by the same family since 1917. Winder Binder is at 40 Frazier Ave.

The 512-page softback edition includes a new set of historic photos from the original 1980 edition. There is also a new chapter bringing the city's history up to date.

There were 1,000 copies of the collector's edition and about 180 are left.

The book is also available from John Wilson by calling 266-2325 or emailing news@chattanoogan.com.

The book is available by mail by sending a check for $41 to John Wilson, 129 Walnut St., Suite 416, Chattanooga, Tn., 37403.  

 


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