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Telegraphic Tales and Telegraphic History

by Johnston, W.J

Condition: Fair


New York: W.J. Johnston, 1880. Book. Fair. Hardbound in Decorative Cover. First Edition. 254pp - The book presents in a methodized and compact form, a comprehensive summary of such telegraphic information as is likely to be valued by the general public, and of use to the operator - Preface page has been repaired at top corner, edgeworn, sm pieces missing from backstrip,interior lightly age toned overall fair condition.


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