Lot 167 of 541:
With plans of 14 US cities 1854  

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$250 - $350

Title:
Phelps' Hundred Cities and Large Towns of America: with Railroad Distances throughout the United States, Maps of Fourteen Cities, and Other Embellishments

Author:
Phelps, Humphrey

Place:
New York

Publisher:
Ensign, Bridgman & Fanning

Date:
1854

Description:

80 pp.  With 14 full-page maps of U.S. cities; chart of the Hudson River; wood-engraved bird's-eye view of New York City; other engravings in the text. (8vo) 21.8x13 cm (8½x5"), modern plain wrappers.

Includes maps of San Francisco, New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Pittsburg, Buffalo, Chicago, Milwaukee, Charleston, Washington, and New Orleans. This is the second edition, adding Charleston to the thirteen city maps in the 1853 first edition. Sabin 61379.


Lot Amendments

Condition:
Slight darkening to contents, original wrappers not present; very good.


 
Item number:
273411
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