American Railroads. Their Growth and Development.

Washington, D. C.: Association of American Railroads, 1957. 9" x 6". 32pp. Decorative turquoise with red stapled paper wrappers (paper back) with mild edge wear and rubbing; a near fine copy. Illustrated with black and white photos, drawings and includes maps. The railroad has contributed the most to the speard of civilization, the creation and diffusion of wealth, the expansion of industries, and improvements in the standard of living. To understand this "we have only to consider the important part which railway transportation plays in assenbling the materials which go into the production of our homes, the furniture and furnishings with which our homes are fitted, the food we eat, the clothing we wear, and the many other things we use and see about us." Paperback (Item ID: 7546)

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