Publication: Privately printed, 1913, Chicago
9" x 8" colorful pictorial wrappers. 56 pp., illustrations, index to maps, maps, introduction. "It is the purpose of this booklet to describe, for the benefit of the hunter, fisherman, and traveling public in general, various summering places located on the shores of quiet lakes, surrounded by the shade of noble trees, equipped with those conveniences necessary for one's full enjoyment of the vacation period, and situated in a region easily reached by the train service of the Chicago and North Western Railway." Lists hotels and boarding houses at the various summer resorts and fishing and hunting grounds reached by the Chicago and North Western Line, together with rates, capacity, distance from train station, proprietors, etc., all arranged alphabetically by state. Includes resorts mostly in Wisconsin and Minnesota, but also resorts in Illinois, Michigan, South Dakota, North Dakota, Wyoming, Iowa, and Canada. 13 maps of various areas showing rail lines. Several large black and white photographs of water scenes. Rubbing and wear to spine along with 1 1/2" split to bottom of spine and light wear to the extremities.
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