This publication consists of 96 pages, showing dozens of photos, sketches,
and other illustrations representing the influence of Charles W Williams
on the harness racing industry and the town of Independence, Iowa, as well
as the 32,000 acres that he owned in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan.
Many general photos and interesting history of Independence itself are
contained within the pages.
(taken from the first page) "Included in the book are excerpts from the
1965 Centennial edition of the Bulletin-Journal newspaper as well as many
facts about Charley Williams life and legacy, compiled from many sources.
As you read this tomb [sic] please let it bring the life and times of Charley
Williams back to you. For a moment relive the golden hey day of Independence
and meet the man responsible for it."
This item measures approximately 11 x 17 inches.
It is clean and bright, with barely noticeable edge wear.
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