Description

    Petition by Sixty Railroad Presidents
    to Congress for the Extension
    of the Union Pacific Railway

    [Transportation]. The Union Pacific Railway, Eastern Division, or (Kansas Pacific Railway.) Importance of its Route to All Sections of the Country. Washington: Joseph L. Pearson, 1868. 50 pages. "Map of the Routes of the Union Pacific Railroads" (approximately 8 x 18 inches) tipped in on title page. Original paper wrappers. A rare pamphlet in good condition.

    Condition: Wrappers soiled, creased and chipped, two small holes in front cover and one in back cover, not affecting text, lacking upper part of paper along spine creating cover separations. Covers and textblock with an approximately five inch diagonal bend across the left corner. Small hand correction on page 5. Pages with edge wear and corner bends, creasing and dampstaining, and occasional soiling.


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