Rairoad Transportation in Texas (Bulletin of Texas No. 119). Charles S. Potts.

Rairoad Transportation in Texas (Bulletin of Texas No. 119)

Softcover, Austin: The University of Texas, 1909. Very Good+. Ex-Library from Texas A&M University, the only library marking is a single Texas A&M blind stamp or seal on pages 99-100. Bound in flexible black leather with gold cover title, assume A&M bound it. Previous owner circled 4 of the chapter numbers on the Contents page, otherwise the text is clean with no marks. With tables, graphs, and 6 fold-out maps. All tables, graphs, and maps clean and bright. In the early 1900s, the US and state governments were trying to figure out how to properly regulate railroads. Texas was one of the more aggressive states when it came to regulating the railroads and establishing a railroad commission. This 214 page book published by UT describes the history of the railroads in Texas from the very beginning to 1909 and the state's response. Binding has 3 small tears to the top edge of the front cover. Full title page has a small chip out of the side, no text affected. Ships same or next business day. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 214 pages. [Item #79409]

Price: $200.00

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