Item Detail

Item Number 3395
Title Hear The Train Blow A Pictoral Epic of America in the Railroad Age
Author Beebe, Lucius & Clegg, Charles
Condition VG+/NONE
Publisher Grosset & Dunlap
Place Published New York
Date Published 1952
Edition 1st Edition Thus
Binding Hardcover
Notes Very nice book, brown with gold lettering. Straight, clean with clean, tight pages. There is some shelf wear on the upper and lower edges and a small area on the spine, near the top. There is slight bumping of the corners. The book has 10 original drawings by E. S. Hammack and 860 illustrations. The authors have attempted in their selection of pictures and narration of story, to show what railroads have meant and how they came to make America the most mobile within its continental limits, of the civilizations of history (from foreword). ; 11 1/4" x 8 1/4"; 407 pages
LoC or ISBN 528254
Keyword(s) Lucius Beebe,Charles Clegg,Railroads,Americana,American History,Railroading History
Category(ies) History Travel Exploration Places
Price $31.50