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Trolley Car Treasury: A Century of American Streetcars -- Horsecars, Cable Cars, Interurbans, and Trolleys

by ROWSOME, Frank, Jr

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New York: Bonanza Books, n.y.. Hardcover. Small 4to. Yellow and salmon cloth, pictorial dust jacket. 200pp. Extensive illustrations. Near fine/very good. Jacket edgeworn and a tad rubbed, with tiny edge chips. A tight and nice reprint edition of this popular 1956 McGraw-Hill production, which the jacket front cover boasts bears "Over 300 Nostalgic Photographs & Over, 60,000 Words of Authoritative Text."




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