Life and Times of the Central Pacific Railroad
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From the club's own checklist of keepsakes: "Four page folders, 10 x 8 1/4. 12 numbers, each with an illustration pertaining to the Center Pascific Railroad. The entire series was designed and printed by Lawton and Alfred Kennedy. Edition limited to 1200 copies. No. 1. Contract and Finance Company. Comment by Patricia J. Palmer. No. 2. Poster: $100 Currency $65. Comment by David F. Myrick. No. 3. Dutch Flat Route. Comment by George Kraus. No. 4. Poster: Australia, China and Japan. Comment by David F. Myrick. No. 5. The Rose Bud Letter. Comment by Lynn D. Farrar. No. 6. The Hewes Receipt. Comment by Ralph W. Hansen. No. 7. Poster: Great American Overland Route. Comment by David F. Myrick. No. 8. An Invitation and Menu Central Pacific Railroad, Sacramento. Comment byh Carey F. Bliss. No. 9. The Goat Island Grab. Comment by Ted Wurm. No. 10. Nelson Railroad Guide, 1871. Comment by John Barr Tompkins. No. 11. The Clipper Ship Gap Holdup. Comment by Richard H. Dillon. No. 12. Poster: C.P.R.R. Time Schedule. Comment by David F. Myrick." Copies available in both publisher's quarter leather slipcase and cloth slipcase. Bookseller Inventory # 7891
Title: Life and Times of the Central Pacific ...
Publisher: The Book Club of California, San Francisco
Publication Date: 1969
Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good
Edition: First Edition
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Barry Cassidy Rare Books
Sacramento, CA, U.S.A.
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