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The "L" : The Development of Chicago's Rapid Transit System, 1888-1932

The "L" : The Development of Chicago's Rapid Transit System, 1888-1932

The "L" : The Development of Chicago's Rapid Transit System,
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The "L" : The Development of Chicago's Rapid Transit System, 1888-1932

by Moffat, Bruce G

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Title
The "L" : The Development of Chicago's Rapid Transit System, 1888-1932
Author
Moffat, Bruce G
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ISBN 10
0915348306
ISBN 13
9780915348305
Publisher
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Place of Publication
Chicago
This edition first published
1995

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