Catalog Record: Hudson-Fulton exhibition made by the New York Public Library (Lenox library building) September 1909 | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Hudson-Fulton exhibition made by the New York Public Library (Lenox library building) September 1909.

Corporate Author: New York Public Library.
Language(s): English
Published: New York, 1909.
Subjects: Hudson, Henry, > -1611
Fulton, Robert, > 1765-1815
Fulton, Robert, > 1765-1815 > Bibliography.
Hudson, Henry, > -1611 > Bibliography.
Engraving > Exhibitions.
Steam-navigation > Bibliography.
United States > Hudson River
New York (State)
New York (State) > History, Local > Bibliography.
New York (State) > Maps > Bibliography.
Hudson River (N.Y. and N.J.) > Bibliography.
Local history
Exhibition catalogs
Note: Cover title: List of prints, books, manuscripts, etc. relating to Henry Hudson, the Hudson River, Robert Fulton, and steam navigation, exhibited in the Lenox branch, New York Public Library, on the occasion of the Hudson-Fulton celebration, September, 1909.
Physical Description: 86 p. plate. 25 cm.
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