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Lot of 14 Vintage Brazil Travel Brochures

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Lot of travel brochures for Brazilian cities, landmarks, and exports, all from the late 1930s/early 1940s.

The larger green booklet was produced by the Presbyterian Church of the United State's Board of Foreign Missions, and is devoted to "the spreading of the knowledge of love and Christ in Brazil."

The brochures about chrome and Yerba Mate were put out by the Golden Gate International Exposition, 1939.

The rest are part of a set that fits into the green, blue, and yellow folder (see second photo). There are two of each of the following: Paulo Alfonso Waterfalls, Highlights of Parana, Salvador: City of Churches.

In good vintage condition--the original owner signed their names on the backs of most, and there some folds and light wear. The brochures' illustrations and photos make them worthy of display and excellent gifts for both native Brazilians and enthusiasts of the country.

***Please note: I am happy to provide quotes for combined shipping. Just convo me for more information.

Also, feel free to convo me if you are interested in purchasing a single brochure or part of the lot.

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Tarrin P.

Lot of 14 Vintage Brazil Travel Brochures