After 111 Years, Bagdad Reaches the End
- Digitized: 1939
"After 111 Years, Bagdad Reaches the End. History of famous Florida operation encompasses the story of America's lumber industry; pulp mill may occupy location where lumber has been cut continuously since 1828" by C. H. Overman. Southern Lumber Journal, v. 43 (March 1939), p. 16, 71; and (April 1939), pp. 44-45.
&nnsp; History of the Bagdad Land and Lumber Company, with mentions of previous and related industries in Bagdad, Florida, and Santa Rosa County. (Bibliography of West Florida entry 1939-43)
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Physical Description Note
Digitized from BWF Files, 1939-43.
Contributor: Added by Dean DeBolt, 14 November 2016