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Over and Back by  Brian J Cudahy - Hardcover - 1990 - from Garnet Books and Biblio.com

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Over and Back: The History of Ferryboats in New York Harbor

by Cudahy, Brian J

Condition: Very Good/very good +


New York: Fordham University Press, 1990. Hardcover. Very Good/very good +. 4to. [8], 472 pp. Bound in full gray cloth in illustrated dust jacket. Full-color and black and white photographs. Very Good, minor age-toning to pages and edges of binding, notes in pencil to margins of several pages (mostly in the appendices), in Very Good+ dust jacket with light wear to extremities.



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