Curtis' Bay; Its Superior Advantages and Admirable Location as the Only Existing and Available Deep Water Harbor Contiguous to the City of Baltimore, in Connection with Its Rapidly Increasing Local Maufactures, the Development of Its Coal Traffic, and the Accommodation of Its Western and Southern Railroad Connections
Baltimore: The Patapsco Land Company, 1874. Cloth. Very Good +. A handsome copy of the 1874 1st edition. A wonderful Baltimore item and a nice Association copy to boot: INSCRIBED BY WILLIAM C. PENNINGTON (ONE OF THE FOUNDERS AND DIRECTORS OF THE PATAPSCO LAND COMPANY) TO JAMES W. ALNUTT, A FORMER PRESIDENT OF THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD COMPANY. Solid and VG+ in its russet cloth, with very light spotting along the panel edges and spine, and light, even staining to the rear blank endpaper. Octavo, includes a well-preserved copy of the inserted, fold-out map ("Showing Railroad Connections with Pennington and Curtis Bay") at the rear pastedown. (Inventory #: 13206)
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