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The Bridge Over the Delaware River Connecting Philadelphia, Pa. and Camden, N.J.: Final Report of the Board of… by  Laurence A  George S.; Ball - First Edition - 1927 - from Classic Books and Ephemera (SKU: 007136)

The Bridge Over the Delaware River Connecting Philadelphia, Pa. and Camden, N.J.: Final Report of the Board of Engineers to the Delaware River Bridge Joint Commission of the States of Pennsylvania and New Jersey

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The Bridge Over the Delaware River Connecting Philadelphia, Pa. and Camden, N.J.: Final Report of the Board of Engineers to the Delaware River Bridge Joint Commission of the States of Pennsylvania and New Jersey

by Modjeski, Ralph; Webster, George S.; Ball, Laurence A

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Camden, N.J.: Delaware River Bridge Joint Commission, 1927. Hardcover. Very Good. 157, [1] p., frontispiece and 24 leaves of plates (1 folded): map, plans, elevations, tables, photographs; 31 x 54 cm. Dark green cloth over flexible board with gilt-stamped cover title: The Delaware River Bridge Connecting Philadelphia, Pa. and Camden, N.J. Dark green endpapers. Text block is stapled. The frontispiece is a photograph of the bridge. The architect was Paul P. Cret, and the consulting engineers were Daniel E. Moran and Edward A. Byrne. A heavy book; for international shipping, it will have to be sent by priority international. In Very Good Condition: cover is soiled and rubbed; closed 4-cm. tear from lower edge of front free endpaper and frontispiece; the latter also has a closed 2-cm. tear from the fore-edge; otherwise, pages and plates are clean and tight.

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Bookseller
Classic Books and Ephemera US (US)
Bookseller's Inventory #
007136
Title
The Bridge Over the Delaware River Connecting Philadelphia, Pa. and Camden, N.J.: Final Report of the Board of Engineers to the Delaware River Bridge Joint Commission of the States of Pennsylvania and New Jersey
Author
Modjeski, Ralph; Webster, George S.; Ball, Laurence A
Format/binding
Hardcover
Book condition
Used - Very Good
Quantity-available
1
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Delaware River Bridge Joint Commission
Place of Publication
Camden, N.J.
Date Published
1927
Bookseller catalogs
Transportation; Architecture; Pennsylvania;

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tight
Used to mean that the binding of a book has not been overly loosened by frequent use.
soiled
Generally refers to minor discoloration or staining.
leaves
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Cloth
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