As I'd hoped, the John R. Green Co. of Covington, Kentucky is a shameless destroyer of American forests and purveyor of nondigital substances.
The company has occupied this warehouse since 1950, but the building looks like it's another half century older than that.
Just look at those goodies. And here is their record book section:
Ah! The coveted Form 201 -- 7-6-7 -- W.O. Long, printed by The Riegle Press of Flint, Michigan. I bought three.
Here's a panoramic view of the picturesque "Main Strasse" neighborhood of Covington, where the Green Co. is located. The neighborhood is known for its Goettafest. If you came to my house this summer for the Typefest, you know what I'm talking about.
And here's another Covington attraction: The Smilin' Smoker. Straight-laced Cincinnatians like to cross the Ohio River into Kentucky for cheap tobacco, cheap booze, and cheap women.
Me, I'm just going to enjoy my new stash of paper.