"Chattanooga's Story" Now At New Outlets; 1920 Map Still Available

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

The new updated edition of the "Chattanooga's Story" history book by John Wilson is now available at several different outlets.

There are 140 copies left of the 1,000 copies of the Collector's Edition.

It is available at Zarzour's restaurant on Rossville Avenue off Main Street.

Other outlets are the gift shop at the Chattanooga Choo Choo, the Battles of Chattanooga Museum on Lookout Mountain near Point Park, and at Winder Binder Gallery and Bookstore on Frazier Avenue in North Chattanooga.

The 512-page softcover edition includes a new chapter as well as different photos than the original 1980 edition.

Cost of the book is $35.

It is also available by calling John Wilson at 266-2325 or emailing news@chattanoogan.com.

It is available by mail at $41. Send checks to John Wilson, 129 Walnut St., Suite 416, Chattanooga, Tn., 37403.  

Also, the full-size reprint of the rare 1920 map of Chattanooga is still available for purchase through Chattanoogan.com.

The cost is $85, plus $5 postage and handling.

The map includes downtown, Signal Mountain, North Chattanooga, St. Elmo, Alton Park, East Lake, Rossville, Missionary Ridge, East Chattanooga and Lookout Mountain.

It includes streets, springs, creeks, railroad and streetcar lines, industries and prominent landmarks.

The map is almost five feet wide and almost three feet high.

To reserve a copy of the map, mail a check for $90 made out to Chattanoogan.com to Chattanoogan.com, P.O. Box 2331, Chattanooga, Tn., 37409. 

 


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