Letter Addressed to John Young Sargent on the Mexican National Railway and Response
by Renshaw, A. G. and John Young Sargent
Good. 1882. Pamphlet. A pamphlet with a copy of a letter composed to John Young Sargent from A. G. Renshaw, dated February, 7th, 1882, London, and the response from Sargent to Renshaw dated February 10th, 1882. The topic is the Mexican National Railway, the line built from Mexico City to Laredo, Texas. Noted is an intent to publish the letter, as this pamphlet, to educate potential English investors in the railway. Renshaw, the London agent of the Denver and Rio Grande Railway, gives his impression of the economy and development of Mexico and the Western United States as well as the viability of the rail project, known as General Palmer's Railway. William Jackson Palmer of the Denver and Rio Grande was the force behind internationally linking the rail systems. An uncommon document with both letters, with six various copies of the letter and response on OCLC. ; 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall; 18 pp . (Inventory #: 010431)
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