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Annual report[s, and Final report] of the Block Singal and Train Control Board to the Interstate Commerce Commission ...

Corporate Author: United States.
Related Names: Cooley, Mortimer E. 1855-1944.
Language(s): English
Published: Washington, Govt. Print. Off., 1909-12.
Subjects: Railroads > Safety appliances > United States.
Railroads > Signaling > Block system.
Note: The 3d-4th are pub. also separately, without illus. or appendixes, with titles beginning: Text of the third [and fourth] annual report.
The 1st-3d are pub. also, without illus. or appendixes, in the 22d-24th annual reports of the Interstate Commerce Commission.
Final report ... June 29, 1912, with App. A-C.
Text of the fourth annual report ... Dec 26, 1911, with App. A-E.
Third annual report ... Nov. 22, 1910, with App. A-H.
Second annual report ... Nov. 22, 1909, with App. A-C.
First annual report ... Nov. 20, 1908, with App. A-C.
M.E. Cooley, chairman.
Physical Description: 5 v. illus., map, fold. plans. 23 cm.
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