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Milwaukee Road Remembered: A fresh look at an unusual railroad


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Waukesha, WI: Kalmbach Books, 1990. Hardcover. Wide 8vo. Tan cloth with black lettering. 167pp. Frontispiece, numerous illustrations, pictorial endpapers. Near fine. Circular blind-embossed ownership imprint on inner flyleaf. A tight, attractive first edition of this well-illustrated history, signed boldly on the title in black fineline by Scribbins, who dates it "3.27.90."

Originaly published: Waukesha, WI : Kalmbach Books,1990. Includes index.


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