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There Is Something To See Along The Frisco Line  General Passenger Agent. Snyder [St. Louis & San Francisco Railroad], ia

There Is Something To See Along The Frisco Line

General Passenger Agent. Snyder [St. Louis & San Francisco Railroad], ia

Publication: Woodward & Tiernan, 1900, Saint Louis

9-3/4" x 11-3/4" oblong pictorial wrappers. 68pp. including pictorial wrappers. No pagination. 21-1/2" x 21-1/2" map attached to rear wrapper with an approximate 1-1/2" closed tear to the side depicting railroad lines from St. Louis to Oklahoma, Denison or Paris in the south, Kansas City in the north and as far west as Ellsworth. Photographs of sites to be seen along the Frisco Line. Black and white photographs to include Pea Ridge, Arkansas, Where The Famous Battle Was Fought On March 7th And 8th, 1862; a Scene Near Lancaster, Arkansas; Osage Indians; Meramec Springs; Red Bluff, Stone County, Missouri; An Old Home In The Ozarks; Shoal Creek Bluffs et. al. Color photographs to include Eureka Springs; Shawnee Warriors; An Ozark Mountain Home; The White River; Devil's Elbow, Big Piney et.al. Old water stain to beginning of photo album that becomes smaller as you progress through to the end, 1/4" closed tear to bottom of front cover at spine else a very good booklet.

Inventory Number: 36729

$275.00