[San Francisco]: C. B. Hubbard, (n. d.), circa 1926. 28 x 21 cm. Single sheet, printed on both sides. White paper printed in black, with b&w map to verso. Center fold line; light crease to upper corner. Very Good.
Promotional circular for Manteca, California, named here "The Dairy and Poultry Center of the San Joaquin," encouraging readers to make Manteca "a poultry and egg hatching center which will bring in thousands of settlers to engage in this enterprise, which naturally will subdivide, improve and develop thousands of acres of land in the Manteca section that has not been brought under full production." Dairy farmers in particular are sought -- not surprisingly, given that Hubbard was the organizer of the Golden State Creamery Company -- with Manteca's land touted for its alfalfa crops and the advantages of using milk byproducts as chicken feed shown to range from disease prevention to general health of the chickens, in addition to being economical.
Scarce. OCLC locates two copies, at the California State Library and Yale.