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Image from page 441 of “Christian herald and signs of our times” (1896)
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Identifier: christianheralds19unse
Title: Christian herald and signs and symptoms of our times
12 Months: 1896 (1890s)
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Publisher: [New York, The Christian Herald]
Adding Library: Christian Herald Association
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Image from page 871 of “The Street railway diary” (1884)
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Identifier: streetrailwayj261905newy
Title: The Street railway log
Year: 1884 (1880s)
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Subjects: Street-railroads Electric railroads Transportation
Publisher: New York : McGraw Pub. Co.
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AMERICANRAILWAYM ENTS,known as STREETIN V EST-coinmonlvthe Red Book, could be the standardreference handbook on electric rail-way statistics and finance. Sincethe first issue (1894) it has beenthe most satisfactory and reliablepublication in its field. An important take into account thesuccess of the Red Book hasbeen that it’s compiledand given by the editors of theStreet Railway Journal. Theintimate relations which have al-ways existed between your StreetRailway Journal and its particular clientelehave generated the hearty co-operationof the street railroad and tractioncompanies in decorating much more com-plete and reliable information thanis acquired by anv other manualaiming to pay for this field. The Red Book has beenfound worthv of a prominent placein the libraries as well as on the referencetables of electric railway officialsand designers, as well as bankers, in-vestors, contractors, manufacturersand other people interested in this in-dustry. Regular cost, 00per copy

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WHY DON’T YOU TAKEADVANTAGE OFOUR .50 COM-BINATION RATE? THIS RATE INCLUDES: Street Railway Journal (52 dilemmas). Electrical Railway Directory and BuyersManual (3 issues). United States Street Railway Investments(The Annual Red Book). The 1905 edition ot the Red Book.is prepared for delivery. If you’d like a copy, only drop us a lineand we will be happy to provide you with theadvantage of the combo rate. Whenrendering bill full credit may be allowed forthe unexpired term of one’s current subscrip-tion toward Street Railway Journal, and youwill secure copies in the future in connectionwith the Directory and Red Book at a totalcost of but .50 per annum. Street Railway Journal 1 1 4 Liberty St., Nyc STREET RAILWAY JOURNAL. 99 We WABASH

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