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1846-1946 One Hundred Years of Transportation Progress: Pennsylvania Railroad
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1846-1946 One Hundred Years of Transportation Progress: Pennsylvania Railroad

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Pennsylvania Railroad, 1946. Paperback. Near Fine. [16] p.: illustrations; 18 cm. Illustrated wrapper included in page count; stapled. A concise and nicely illustrated history of the Pennsylvania Railroad from its incorporation in 1846 through the Second World War. The railroad issued more than one publication in 1946 with this title. In Near Fine Condition: corners slightly creased; clean and bright.
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1994 Tempo/Topaz Service Manual

1994 Tempo/Topaz Service Manual

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S.l.: Ford Motor Co, 1993. Paperback. Very Good -. Various paginations: illustrations, diagrams, tables; 28 cm. Paperback with holes for storing in 3-ring binder. Label of the Chilton Book Co. on the front cover. Factory Service Manual. #FPS-12194-94. A heavy book; for international shipping, it will have to be sent by priority international. In Very Good- Condition: cover is rubbed; pages are clean; solid.
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1994 Tempo/Topaz: Electrical and Vacuum Troubleshooting Manual FPS-12124-94 Service Manual

1994 Tempo/Topaz: Electrical and Vacuum Troubleshooting Manual FPS-12124-94 Service Manual

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Detroit: Ford Motor Co, 1993. Paperback. Very Good. Various paginations: illustrations, diagrams, tables; 22 x 28 cm. Paperback with 5 holes for storing in binder. Label of the Chilton Book Co. on the front cover. Factory Service Manual. #FPS-12194-94. In Very Good Condition: cover is rubbed; pages are clean; solid.
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20 000 Meilen mit dem Hochrad um die Welt: 1884-1886; Herausgegeben von Hans-Erhard Lessing; Mit...

20 000 Meilen mit dem Hochrad um die Welt: 1884-1886; Herausgegeben von Hans-Erhard Lessing; Mit einem Vorwort von Hans Blickensdörfer; Mit 67 Illustrationen und 4 Karten

by Stevens, Thomas

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Stuttgart: Edition Erdmann in K. Thienemanns Verlag, 1984. Hardcover. Near Fine/good +. 421, [3] p.: illustrations, maps; 21 cm. White cloth with red and black spine title; blind-stamped illustration of a bicycle on the front cover with "1884-1886" in black below. Maps of the route taken on the endpapers. Dust jacket in mylar cover. Thomas Stevens (1854-1935) was born in England and came to the United States with his family in 1871. He became the first person to ride a bicycle entirely around the world, leaving San Francisco on a large-wheeled ordinary, or penny-farthing, in April 1884 and arriving in Boston in August of that year. After spending the winter in New York City, he took a steamer to Liverpool, beginning the next leg of his journey from there in May 1885. After many adventures, he reached Yokohama in Dec. 1886 and returned to San Francisco by steamer in Jan. 1887. His account of the trip first appeared in English as Around the World on a Bicycle, which was translated into German and… Read More
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3 Documents relating to Two Roads laid out in Juniata County, Pa., in 1859 and One altered in 1882

3 Documents relating to Two Roads laid out in Juniata County, Pa., in 1859 and One altered in 1882

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1859. Very Good. #1: The people appointed by the Juniata Co. Court of Quarter Sessions in Sept. 1858 to lay out a road in Delaware Township report on 11 Feb. 1859 that they have laid out a road from McAllisterville to John Landis' saw mill, then through lands of John Branthoffer to the public road that runs from East Salem to Liverpool. The court approved it on 13 March 1860. #2: The people appointed by the Juniata Co. Court of Quarter Sessions in April 1859 to lay out a road from Crossroad Schoolhouse to Salem and to Goodville report on 10 Dec. 1859 that they have laid out the road, which runs along lands of the heirs of John Branthoffer (who had died on 28 March 1859). The court approved it on 3 April 1860. #3: Inhabitants of Delaware Township petitioned to have a road changed that ran from East Salem via Rapp's saw mill, laying a new road and vacating part of the old road. The court approved the change. Each document includes a drawing of the properties and roads in question. Each is on an… Read More
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5 letters, 1873-1879, to William Ward (1837-1895) [Philadelphia and Chester County Railroad]

5 letters, 1873-1879, to William Ward (1837-1895) [Philadelphia and Chester County Railroad]

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1873. Near Fine. 5 handwritten letters to William Ward, 1873-1879, regarding the Philadelphia and Chester County Railroad, which existed from 1872 to 1885; it was succeeded by the Philadelphia Midland Railroad. William Ward was one of the organizers of the Philadelphia and Chester County Railroad and in 1874 was the president and treasurer pro tem. Letters #1 and #2 (Sept. 5 and Dec. 5, 1873) are from Jos. H. McKeehan, an attorney in Philadelphia, who is writing about deliquent subscribers to the railroad. Letter #3 (Dec. 18, 1873) is from the Village Record, a newspaper in West Chester, Pa., with a copy of the advertisement that ran in the paper listing the dates that instalments from railroad subscribers were due in 1872. Letter #4 (Nov. 26, 1875) is from John Smith of Ridley Park, about a plan to petition to vacate a street and public ground adjoining Mr. Bartol's purchase. Letter #5 (Sept. 8, 1879) from the superintendant of the Government Paper Mill in Dalton, Mass., complaining about… Read More
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"A Railway Commissioner": Sir Frederick Peel (Men of the Day, no. 902) -- Vanity Fair,...

"A Railway Commissioner": Sir Frederick Peel (Men of the Day, no. 902) -- Vanity Fair, Dec. 17, 1903

by Ward, Leslie

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London: Vincent Brooks, Day & Son, Lith, 1903. Very Good. 1 chromolithographed print 39 x 27 cm. signed "Spy," without the leaf of biographical text. Sir Leslie Ward (1851-1922), English caricaturist and portrait painter, signed his works 'Spy.' Sir Frederick Peel (1823-1906), second son of Prime Minister Sir Robert Peel, was first elected to Parliament in 1849 for Leominster; later he represented Bury. He was appointed to the Railway and Canal Commission at its establishemnet in 1873 and remained a commissioner until his death. In Very Good Condition: closed 1-cm. tear from upper edge and same from right-hand edge; clean and bright.
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Act of Incorporation and Supplementary Acts of the Lykens Valley Railroad and Coal Company
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Act of Incorporation and Supplementary Acts of the Lykens Valley Railroad and Coal Company

by Lykens Valley Railroad and Coal Company

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New York: L.H. Biglow & Co., printers, 1869. Paperback. Good -. 32 p.; 23 cm. Front wrapper reproduces title page within decorative border. The Lykens Valley Railroad and Coal Company was incorporated in Pennsylvania in 1830; Thomas P. Cope was the first president. It ran from Millersburg to Williamstown and was the fourth in the United States and the first in Dauphin County to carry anthracite coal. By 1845 the line had to be regraded and relaid. It merged into the Penndel Co. in 1956. Written at the head of the front wrapper: "Preserve with Care." Very scarce. In Good- Condition: wrapper is lightly soiled; front wrapper is detached but present, with closed 4-cm. tear from gutter edge; somewhat brittle, with chipping at edges and separations at gutters; a few notations internally; otherwise, clean.
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The American Ephemeris and Nautical Almanac for the Year 1887
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The American Ephemeris and Nautical Almanac for the Year 1887

by Newcomb, Simon

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Washington, D.C.: Bureau of Navigation, 1886. Hardcover. Very Good. Second Edition. "Published in compliance with a joint resolution of the forty-sixth Congress." viii, 519, [7] p., 2 double-leaf maps of ecipses: tables; 27 cm. Dark blue cloth with gilt-stamped spine title. Preface is by Simon Newcomb, Professor U.S. Navy. Includes corrections to the 1884, 1885, and 1886 First Edition printings. Contents: Ephemeris for the Meridian of Greenwich -- Ephemeris for the Meridian of Washington -- Phenomena [predictions of phenomena to be observed] -- Appendix on the Construction of the American Ephemeris and Nautical Almanac for 1887. In Very Good Condition: cloth is rubbed and lightly soiled; pages are clean and tight.
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American Ocean Steamships: Their Necessity to American Industry and Commerce; Speech of Mr....

American Ocean Steamships: Their Necessity to American Industry and Commerce; Speech of Mr. Elliot C. Cowdin, of New-York, Before the National Export Trade Convention, at Washington, D.C., February 19th, 1878

by Cowdin, Elliot C.

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New York: Chamber of Commmerce, 1878. Pamphlet. Good. 15 p.; 23 cm. Elliot Christopher Cowdin (1819-1880) was an American businessman; his firm imported ribbons, silks, flowers, and novelties from Paris. He served one term in the New York State Assembly beginning in 1876. In this speech he discusses the decline in American ocean steam trade since the beginning of the Civil War, particularly in relation to that of Great Britain. In Good Condition: lacking front wrapper; minor loss at upper corner of title page; shadow on lower corner of title page; otherwise, clean and solid.
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The American Wheelman -- Jan. 23, 1896
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The American Wheelman -- Jan. 23, 1896

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New York: American Wheelman, 1896. Paperback. Very Good -. 274 p., 1 leaf of a color plate: many illustrations; 33 cm. Stapled; lacking wrapper. Issued weekly -- states "Published every Thursday." Includes a wealth of information about bicycles, racing, and clubs; as well as: an interview with Helen Baldwin and information about other women bicylists; a long illustrated report on the Second National Bicycle Show, which includes photographs; and many illustrated advertisements. A scarce issue of a magazine from the birth of cycling as a popular activity. In Very Good- Condition: lacking wrapper; p. 1 and p. 274 are soiled; closed 7-cm. tear from gutter edge of first leaf; edges of first leaf and last chipped; corners of last few leaves creased, with minor loss at upper corners of last 2 leaves; the majority of this very large issue is clean and tight.
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Annual Report for 1947

Annual Report for 1947

by Philadelphia City Planning Commission

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Philadelphia: City Planning Commission, 1948. Paperback. Near Fine. vi, 38 p.: illustrations, maps; 23 cm. Paperback; stapled. Includes photographs of models of proposed development presented in the Better Philadelphia Exhibition, which was shown to the public at Gimbel Brothers Store in Sept. and Oct. 1947. In Near Fine Condition: cover slightly rubbed; clean and solid.
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Antique Steamboat Prints: Another Tribute to the Past from Cities Service And your Neighborhood...
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Antique Steamboat Prints: Another Tribute to the Past from Cities Service And your Neighborhood Dealer

by Biederman, Jerome

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New York: Cities Service Oil Co, 1959. Fine. Folder 20 x 25 cm. holding 3 color prints of steamboats. With the original mailing envelope addressed to Fred J. Andruszko, Philadelphia. The envelope and folder are both printed in green. The steamboats are the Rob't E. Lee, the Savannah, and the Natchez, all by Biederman. There is information about each steamboat on the inside of the folder. This was a premium offered by Cities Service Oil Co., which in 1964 became CITGO. The folder and prints are in Fine Condition: clean and bright. The envelope is in Very Good Condition: slightly soiled; darkened along upper edge of front; intact.
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Argument of Mr. Franklin B. Gowen Before the Committee on Railroads of the House of...

Argument of Mr. Franklin B. Gowen Before the Committee on Railroads of the House of Representatives of Pennsylvania: Upon the Bill Presented by Mr. Hulings, of Venango County, to Prevent Unjust Discrimination by Railroad Companies, delivered in the Hall of the House of Representatives, Harrisburg, February 13th, 1883

by Gowen, Franklin Benjamin

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Philadelphia: Allen, Lane & Scott's Printing House, 1883. Pamphlet. Very Good -. 32 p.; 23 cm. Brown wrapper printed in black. Franklin Benjamin Gowen (1836-1889) served as president of the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad from 1870 to 1884 and again briefly in 1886. During his presidency, he was responsible for the railroad illegally running its own mining operations and for violent and indiscriminate attacks on the Molly Maguires and mineworkers in general. In this speech, Gowen argued against aspects of a bill to control railroad freight discrimination, proposed by Willis James Hulings (1850-1924), representative from Venango County in the Pennsylvania legislature. The text of the bill in included here; it was enacted. Scarce. In Very Good- Condition: minor loss over lower spine; wrapper lightly soiled; dampstain at lower edge of final 3 leaves and back wrapper; one vertical creased throughout; otherwise, clean and solid.
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The Bridge Over the Delaware River Connecting Philadelphia, Pa. and Camden, N.J.: Final Report of...
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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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Bridges that Changed the World
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Bridges that Changed the World

by Graf, Bernhard

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Munich: Prestel, 2002. Hardcover. Fine/near fine. 127, [1] p.: color illustrations; 25 x 31 cm. Green cover with red spine title. Illustrated dust jacket. Includes glossary and index. A look at the construction and use of bridges throughout human history, with a well-illustrated focus on 53 bridges. Book is in Fine Condition: clean and tight. Dust jacket is in Near Fine Condition: lightly rubbed; clean and bright.
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Buch des Fluges [3 volumes] [provenance: Österreichischer Aero-Club]
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Buch des Fluges [3 volumes] [provenance: Österreichischer Aero-Club]

by Hoernes, Hermann

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Wien: G. Szelinski, k.k. Universitäts-Buchhandlung, 1911. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 3 volumes: vol. 1: xv, [1], 676 p., 29 leaves of plates (some in color); vol. 2: xxiv, 680 p., 38 leaves of plates (including 1 color folded map); vol. 3: x, 551, [1] p., 18 leaves of plates, including 2 color illustrations (1 folded); 28 cm. Dark blue publisher's cloth with gilt-stamped spine titles and cover titles, and cover illustration. All page edges blue. Endpapers are dark blue with a silver pattern. Striking Art Nouveau book design by Tanna Hoernes. Volumes 1 and 2 were published in 1911, volume 3 in 1912. In addition to the plates, includes many full-page and in-text illustrations and maps. Entirely in German. Vol. 1 title page has circular stamp of the Vienna Staatsarchiv Kriegsarchiv at head and "Nachlass, Mjr. Franz Schorn" written at the foot. Vol. 2 title page is stamped at the head "Österreichischer Aero-Club" with "Nachlass Hermann Hold,… Read More
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Buckingham and Doylestown Turnpike Road Company subscription certificates 1843

Buckingham and Doylestown Turnpike Road Company subscription certificates 1843

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Philadelphia: Buckingham & Doylestown Turnpike Road Company, 1843. Near Fine. 1 sheet of light grey paper containing 3 engraved certificates for subscriptions to the Buckingham & Doylestown Turnpike Road Company, dated 184_. Printed by Grattan, 48 S. Third St. The Buckingham and Doylestown Turnpike Road Company was incorporated in 1843 and existed until 1917. The turnpike established in 1843 ran from the Buckingham meetinghouse in Bucks County, Pa., by Yardley's mill to Doylestown, taking over the former Doylestown and Danborough turnpike road company. Material related to American turnpike companies from the first half of the 19th century is scarce. In Near Fine Condition: left edge is slightly rough where the sheet was removed from a volume of subscription forms; clean and bright.
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Build a Boat for Pleasure or Profit: It's Easy to Build Your Own Boat
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Build a Boat for Pleasure or Profit: It's Easy to Build Your Own Boat

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Chicago: Popular Mechanics Co, 1941. Hardcover. Near Fine. 192 p.: illustrations, diagrams; 24 cm. Grey cloth with blue spine and cover titles, and color illustration. Former owner's name on front fixed endpaper. Includes row boats, canoes, power and sail craft, plywood boats, outboard and inboard runabouts, cabin cruisers and "many other interesting projects for the boatman" -- title page. In Near Fine Condition: cover is lightly soiled; edges rubbed; clean and tight.
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Car and Driver Racing Annual: Complete 1966 Race Results, 100 Top Racing Drivers, Giant Racing...

Car and Driver Racing Annual: Complete 1966 Race Results, 100 Top Racing Drivers, Giant Racing Pictorial Section

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New York: Ziff Davis, 1967. Paperback. Near Fine. 128 p.: black-and-white illustrations; 28 cm. Paperback. In Near Fine Condition: cover is slightly rubbed with minor creasing; clean and solid.
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