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Attractions of an excursion upon the Great Lakes. Routes and rates for summer tours
Clay & Richmond, Buffalo 1880 - 16mo (approx. 5" x 3½"), attractive chromolithograph paper wrappers illustrating the "Lake Superior Transit Co.'s steamer 'India'," and a rather odd-looking Chinese junk under full sail in calm waters, the sail a placard for the title of the pamphlet; folding map (detached, but present), and 4 chromolithograph plates (the steamer "City of Cleveland," "Pictured Rocks," "The Dalles of the St. Louis," "Cave in the Apostle Islands," the text printed in blue. With index, notes, and a listing of the hunting and fishing resorts. "The trip by steamer to Lake Superior is one of the cheapest and most delightful excursions in this country, the total cost between Buffalo and Duluth being less than four dollars per day.Seekers after health as well as pleasure, especially those afflicted by HAY FEVER are most earnestly recommended to try the climate of Lake Superior. It is stated on the best authority that there are no cases too severe to be relieved by its bracing atmosphere." Contains information on Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Erie, Cleveland, Lake Superior, Bayfield, Ashland, Duluth, etc. Very slight split at the bottom joint of the front wrapper, else generally fine and bright. Rare: only Library of Michigan in OCLC. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
      [Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB)]
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