Catalog Record: Express office hand-book and directory, for the use of 1,200 express agents and their customers : being the history of the express business and the earlier rail-road enterprises in the United States, together with some reminiscences of the old mail coaches and baggage wagons | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Express office hand-book and directory, for the use of 1,200 express agents and their customers : being the history of the express business and the earlier rail-road enterprises in the United States, together with some reminiscences of the old mail coaches and baggage wagons / by A.L. Stimson.

Main Author: Stimson, A. L. 1816-1906.
Related Names: Stimson, A. L. 1816-1906.
Language(s): English
Published: New York : Printed and Published by John K. Stimson, 1860.
Subjects: Railroads > United States > History.
Express service > United States > History.
Note: 3rd edition of Stimson's History of the express companies.
"Interleaved with it will be found the advertisements of numerous mercantile and manufacturing establishments."
Physical Description: 239 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
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