POSTWAR: Albert Lea and Peace

Albert Lea, Minn, is a clean, wide-avenued lakeside city* of 12,000, a hundred miles south of Minneapolis, smack in the middle of the rich northern dairyland. It won the honor of being Freeborn County's seat about 80 years ago in a horse race. But Albert Lea is about to become something of a household word. Reason: it has made such an excellent and meticulous study of its postwar prospects that the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, in a 55-page pamphlet, is holding up Albert Lea as a good example to all the U.S.


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