St. Paul Its Past and Present; Being an Historical, Financial and Commercial Compend Showing the Growth, Prosperity, and Resources of the Great Commercial Emporium of the Northwest
224 p., illustrations, index. This is extremely comprehensive, even including sections such as "sidewalks" and "sewerage system." Bound in 3/4 leather and cloth with gold tooled trim and titles, all edges red. The cover is detached at the front and back hinges; the endpaper and two additional leaves are detached along with the front cover; leather is worn along the spine edges. The book otherwise is in excellent condition and would be easily repairable. Bookseller Inventory # 5648FB
Title: St. Paul Its Past and Present; Being an ...
Publisher: St. Paul, MN: F.C. Bliss Publishing Company, 1888, 1st ed.
Publication Date: 1888
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