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RAND MCNALLY & COMPANY, CHICAGO 1911 - First Edition As Renowned "Commercial" Atlas. [In small print] Containing large-scale maps of all states and territories in the United States, of the Dominion of Canada, the Republic of Mexico, Central America, the West Indies, Cuba, Porto Rico, Hawaii, the Philippines, Japan and China. All existing railroads and interurban systems, the different railroads being distinguished by numbers and interurban lines by letters, the express company doing business over each road is given in index and in special table on margin of map. New and original ready-reference shipper's index, accurately locating on the maps all islands, lakes, rivers, mountains, counties, parishes, cities, towns, post offices, railroad stations, and villages; locating the railroad upon which each station is situated giving the nearest mailing point for all places not post offices; designating money order post offices, rural delivery offices, and telegraph stations; and naming express companies doing business at each point, with the population figures, from the Thirteenth Census returns. Alphabetical list of main and branch line railroads in the United States, Dominion of Canada, Republic of Mexico, Cuba, Porto Rico, and Hawaii, showing termini of trunk lines and branches and their location on the map, with express companies doing business over each railroad. Alphabetical list of steamboat and steamship lines, and public buildings of the large cities in the United States. Complete reference maps of all countries, with full and revised index of each.Very large folio [20.75 x 15.5"] 438 p. col. doub.-pg. maps, tables. Green buckram, contents in white on front. Hinges cracked, some wear, contents list rubbed off cover. First edition under this title, employing the adjective "commercial" rather than "business." Slightly larger size format than the earlier business atlases. Within five years the edition numbering was reverted to sequence; this is actually the forty-second edition. Title text reduced to a block of seven short paragraphs. Contents tight and quite good. [Attributes: First Edition]
      [Bookseller: Murray Hudson]
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