Publication: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc, 1935, New York
9" x 4" color, pictorial wrappers, 56 panels (including covers), illustrated, maps. This schedule is for the season May to October, 1916. 16" x 9" color map of Alaska and the Alaska Steamship Company's routes and connections en route from Seattle showing both coastal and sea-going routes to Alaskan ports, including an inset map of North America. 12" x 9" black & white map with the route of the Copper River & Northwestern Ry in red and showing the Copper River region in Alaska, Prince William Sound, the Fairbanks Stage Road, and the government telegraph line and tributary territory. Plans of the upper decks, saloon decks and lower decks for the steamships Alaska, Alameda, Mariposa, Northwestern, Victoria, Jefferson, and Dolphin are shown. Also shown are pictures of steamships Cordova and the Tahoma. Views of the steamship Alameda at Seward, Resurrection Bay, one of the finest harbors of Alaska, totem poles, Juneau, Taku Glacier, Mt. Edgecumbe and the old Russian capital, Sitka, the great Treadwell Mine, Valdez and its famed glacier, Cordova and the wharf of Copper River route, Bonanza Mine at Kennecott, etc. Minor bit of light soiling of top edge of rear cover, else a fine, clean, tight copy. Attractive and informative.
Inventory Number: 36552