Catalog Record: A wonderland of the East, comprising the lake and mountain region of New England and eastern New York; a book for those who love to wander among beautiful lakes and rivers, valleys and mountains, or in places made famous by historic men and events; to which is added an afterword on the worth-while in this wonderland of the East, with some suggestions to motor-tourists on how best to find it | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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A wonderland of the East, comprising the lake and mountain region of New England and eastern New York; a book for those who love to wander among beautiful lakes and rivers, valleys and mountains, or in places made famous by historic men and events; to which is added an afterword on the worth-while in this wonderland of the East, with some suggestions to motor-tourists on how best to find it, by William Copeman Kitchin ... with three maps and fifty-four plates, of which six are in color.

Main Author: Kitchin, William Copeman. [from old catalog]
Language(s): English
Published: Boston : The Page company, 1920.
Subjects: Automobile travel > New England.
New England > Description and travel.
New York (State) > Description and travel.
Note: Colored plates accompanied by guard sheets with descriptive letterpress.
Physical Description: xvi, 331 p. : col. front., plates (part col.) fold. maps. ; 25 cm.
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