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Kerr, Kenneth C.; Bloedel, J.H.; Closson, C.C.; Parkinson, J.P.
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Book Description: Magazine. Condition: Good. 1st Edition. "Get Ready For the Panama Canal". Features: Over $25 million invested in Harriman Terminals; Kenneth C. Kerr describes Washington and Alaska's attendance at big New York land show; Editorial discusses the early opening of the Panama Canal and describes it as the "Greatest Epoch in American History"; Martin A. Knapp discusses Interstate Commerce Regulations; O.-W.R. & N. Co. News; G.W. Luce of the Southern Pacific discusses Panama Canal; Brief business biography of Frank W. Parker of the Northwestern Line, including photo of Parker; Appointments, Changes, Personals, etc.; Article by J.H. Bloedel, President of the Larsen Lumber Co., about the Panama Canal with reference to its influence on Pacific Coast Forest Products; Economy of the Commission Plan; Port of Vancouver Drydock and Shipbuilding Company plans big steel drydock for Vancouver; American-Hawaiian S.S. Co. Enters Bids for Carrying Mail; Big Coal Depots for Panama Canal; Missouri River Preparing for Panama Canal; Modern Fireboat Badly Needed for Tacoma's Harbor (article with photo of the harbor); Review of Marine Insurance and Shipping Law; Pacific Coast Casualties; "The Chester" - The World's Lightest Draft Steamer - article with photo; and more. 44 pages including several pages of nostalgic ads, some illustrated in black and white, for local marine and rail interests. Printed upon glossy coated stock. Average wear. Binding intact. Few library markings to front cover. A sound copy of this highly-informative memento of the rail and marine businesses of the Pacific Northwest over a century ago. 12" x 9". Seller Inventory # 447h5611

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Calkins, R.M.; Closson, C.C.; Dabney, Frank; Bates, H.S.; Hill, Robert C.; Martin, T.H.
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Book Description: Magazine. Condition: Good. Features: The Present Railway Situation in the United States; B.F. Bush becomes president of the Denver & Rio Grand (with photo of Bush); Railway Mileage in 1911; Interstate Commerce Commission Decisions; Coast Shipbuilding Companies Rushed With Work - feature article with photo of submarine F.3 immediately after launching, apparently at the Seattle Construction & Drydock Co.; Representative of the Royal Mail Steam Packet Line inspects the northwest for business opportunities which will open with the Panama Canal; Economy of the [Seattle] Municipal Plan (part 3); Free Ships and Revised Navigation Laws - discussion of the rehabilitation of the merchant marine; Free [Panama Canal] Tolls To American Ships Would Solve Problem; What Is The Merchant's Exchange of Seattle? - an explanatory article by R.C. Hill, whose photo accompanies the article; Seattle People Honor Captain "Buck" Bailey; Port Commission Plan for Grays Harbor; Review of Marine Insurance and Shipping Law; Bogue Plans for Tacoma Harbor Are Extensive - article with map; Tacoma Will Be Ready When Panama Canal Opened - brief article includes nice birdseye view illustration of the harbor and environs showing present developments and developments under way; and more. 44 pages including several pages of nostalgic ads, some illustrated in black and white, featuring local marine and rail interests. Printed upon glossy coated stock. Average wear. Binding intact. Few library markings to front cover. A well-preserved copy of this highly-informative memento of Pacific Northwest transportation over a century ago. 12" x 9". Seller Inventory # 447h5627

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Whitham, Paul P.
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Book Description: Magazine. Condition: Good. Features: New Transcontinental Railroad is Planned; Railroad Construction Work in Western Canada; A Study of Railroad Accidents; Grand Trunk Pacific Completes Fine Dock at Vancouver - article with photo of the new structure; Proposed Improvements for the Port of Seattle - Smith's Cove, Salmon Bay, East Waterway, Central Waterfront District, Harbor Island; San Francisco Preparing for Panama Canal Trade - major article with graph, table and photo of one of San Francisco's new concrete piers; Control of Freight Rates Through Panama Canal; Professional Biography of Marcus Talbot, Manager of the Port of Portland (with photo of Mr. Talbot); Provisions of New Visual Rule; Death of Noted Admiralty Lawyer Charles Page - major article; That Olympic-Hawke Collision; Legal Decisions; High-Class Salvage job of the fishing steamer Independent - article with photo of the vessel being held up by two barges; Captain William Kidston - obituary; Veteran Shipmaster Albert H. Laffin - Obituary; Veteran Tug Boat Captain William Gove - Obituary; Hong Kong Harbor Needs Deepening - after visit by the big American Steamer Minnesota; New Invention for Calming Big Seas; and much more. 44 pages including several pages of nostalgic ads, some illustrated in black and white, featuring local marine and rail interests. Printed upon glossy coated stock. Average wear. Binding intact. Few library markings to front cover. A well-preserved copy of this highly-informative memento of Pacific Northwest transportation over a century ago. 12" x 9". Seller Inventory # 447h5631

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Book Description: Magazine. Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Features: First Annual Report of American Express Companies; John F. Stevens Retires From Hill Lines; B.F. Bush Succeeds George Gould as president of the Missouri Pacific Railway (with photo of Mr. Bush); Causes for Trade Depression; Development of Alaska Fisheries; Hearing Regarding Pacific Coast Rate Cases; Larger Terminal Yards Planned for Tacoma; The Railroads and the Panama Canal; Sixty-Seven Steamships in Canadian Pacific's Great Fleet - article with nice illustration; Review of Marine Insurance and Shipping Law; Three Sailors of the British Steamer Benedick convicted of mutiny by Edinburgh court; Captain David Baird to take charge of the Victoria and Vancouver Stevedore Co.'s Vancouver Branch - with photo of Mr. Baird; Suspension of Capt. Alfred Croskey Reduced; Tacoma News; Captain Fred Warner to command the famous steamer Corwin (brief article with photo); Nice illustrated one-page ad for The Shasta Limited, "The Finest Train in the West", which connects Seattle to San Francisco; Nice one-page illustrated ad for the Vulcan Iron Works of Seattle features an aerial view of their plant; Willamette Iron & Steel Works ad features nice photo of fireboat "Geo. H. Williams" belching black smoke and pumping water in the air; Canadian-Pacific Railway Steamships ad features schedule for their connections between Seattle, Victoria and Vancouver; and more. 40 pages including several pages of nostalgic ads, some illustrated in black and white, featuring local marine and rail interests. Printed upon glossy coated stock. Average wear. Binding intact. Few library markings to front cover. A well-preserved copy of this highly-informative memento of Pacific Northwest transportation over a century ago. 12" x 9". Seller Inventory # 447h5624

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Book Description: Magazine. Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Features: New Presidents for Harriman Railway System - informative article with excellent photo of Harriman officials in Seattle in November of 1909; Golden Spike Driving at Bend, Oregon (article); Increased use of Oil on Railroads; Seattle Port Commission studies improvements; President Shaughnessy's Report to C.P.R Stockholders - major article; Feature write-up of James Rolph, Jr., the next mayor of San Francisco, with photo; How is This For Passenger Traffic?; New Invention by David H. Wilson of Chicago Revolutionizes Telephony - C.P.R. sends message by telephone from Montreal to Fort William via telegraph line; Railroad Ties Pickled in Great Salt Lake, UT; Freight Congestion in New York City - major article with two photos; Death of Popular Ship Master Capt. Walter McWilliams of the American-Hawaiian S.S. Co. - article with photo; C.P.R. Purchases Fast Turbine Steamer Queen Alexandra for the Vancouver - Nanaimo Run; Successful Trial Trip of new Sound Steamer Calista; Schooner Daisy Gadsby Launched; Ramona Captain and Engineer Found Guilty; The Gaertner Releasing Hook - article with diagram; Review of Marine Insurance and Shipping Law; Casualties to Pacific Coast Shipping; Bernard N. Baker, president of the Atlantic & Pacific Transport Co. Tells of Great Trade Possibilities; and more. 44 pages including several pages of nostalgic ads, some illustrated in black and white, featuring local marine and rail interests. Printed upon glossy coated stock. Average wear. Binding intact. Few library markings to front cover. A well-preserved copy of this highly-informative memento of Pacific Northwest transportation over a century ago. 12" x 9". Seller Inventory # 447h5615

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Parkinson, J.P.; et al
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Book Description: Magazine. Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Features: Two Fine Passenger Stations To Open in May - the Northern Pacific Station at Tacoma, and the Oregon-Washington station at Seattle; Professional biography of A.P. Chapman, Jr. who has just moved from Chicago to serve as general agent of the passenger department, Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget Sound (with photo of Mr. Chapman); Passing of well-known railroad man Francis B. Clarke in Portland at age 73; Illustration of the World's Longest Locomotive - 121 Feet Long - a Mallet 2-10-10-2 rebuilt at the Topeka shops of the Santa Fe; Proposed Swiss Village to be built at Golden, British Columbia to house Swiss guides who are brought annually to assist mountain climbers - interesting illustrated article; Alaska Steamshop Co. to Erect Modern Water Terminals; Robert Dollar Discusses Shipping; Death of W.H.(Billy) Bush, prominent Northwest steamship man - informative article with photo of Mr. Bush; Review of Marine Insurance and Shipping Law; B.N. Baker Discusses Influence of the Panama Canal; Discussion of Panama Canal Tolls; New Plant for the Columbia Steel Company at Black Diamond, California - article with illustration; Tacoma News; Testimonial for A.B.C. Wood Life Preservers; Nice one-page illustrated ad for The Shasta Limited, "The Finest Train in the West", which connects Seattle with San Francisco; Nice half-page photo ad for the Willamette Iron & Steel Works features the fireboat "Geo. H. Williams" belching smoke and pumping water into the sky; Nice half-page illustrated ad for Speedway launches and engines; Canadian-Pacific Railway Steamships Schedule for the S.S. "Princess Victoria" and S.S. "Princess Adelaide" connecting Seattle with Victoria and Vancouver; and more. 40 pages including several pages of nostalgic ads, some illustrated in black and white, featuring local marine and rail interests. Printed upon glossy coated stock. Average wear. Binding intact. Few library markings to front cover. A well-preserved copy of this highly-informative memento of Pacific Northwest transportation over a century ago. 12" x 9". Seller Inventory # 447h5623

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Book Description: Magazine. Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Features: John F. Stevens, president of the Spokane, Portland & Seattle Railway, discusses what the Panama Canal means to Pacific commerce, with illustration of Mr. Stevens; Fine Passenger Engines in Service on W.-O.R. & N. Line - article with photo of new locomotive; Alaska Syndicate Concentrates Attention on Transportation - The Sale of the Northwestern Fisheries Co. will widen the scope of the Alaska Steamship Co. and the Copper River & Northwestern Railway; Outline of Navy Department's Attitude Towards the Pacific Coast - An Address by Engineer-in-Chief Hutch I. Cone, U.S.N.; Classy Stern-Wheeler Launched - the W.H. Bancroft; Review of Marine Insurance and Shipping Law - article with photo of the four-masted Schooner Willis A. Holden, as she appeared after being disabled in a storm on 12 February; Alaska Oil Will Furnish New Traffic; Tacoma News; One page illustrated ad for The Shasta Limited, "The Finest Train in the West"; One-page ad for Seattle's Vulcan Iron Works features an aerial illustration of the plant; Half-page ad for the Willamette Iron & Steel Works features photo of fireboat "Geo. H. Williams" belching black smoke and spraying water; and more. 40 pages including several pages of nostalgic ads, some illustrated in black and white, featuring local marine and rail interests. Printed upon glossy coated stock. Average wear. Binding intact. 6" x 1" piece missing from back cover - text unaffected. Few library markings to front cover. A well-preserved copy of this highly-informative memento of Pacific Northwest transportation over a century ago. 12" x 9". Seller Inventory # 447h5625

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Nixon, Lewis
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Book Description: Magazine. Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Features: Good showing by Northern Pacific Railway Co. in Annual Report; Railway News in Brief; Fire Fighting on Locomotives; Editorial by Lewis Nixon discusses Panama Canal Tolls; Bernard N. Baker admits his Atlantic & Pacific Transportation Co. lacks funds to carry mail between the Atlantic and Pacific; The Grand Trunk's New Hotel, Chateau Laurier - feature article with excellent illustration of this fine new Ottawa hotel located on the busy Rideau Canal near Canada's Parliament Buildings; Interesting business biography of C.D. Dunnan aka "Totem Pole Charley" of the Pacific Coast Steamship Co., the man who saw the great possibilities of specially conducted Alaskan cruises; Appointments, Changes, Personals, etc.; Steamship Mariposa purchased by the Alaska Steamship Company; The Panama Canal and American Commerce; How the City of Los Angeles Has Built Her Harbor; Descrimination at Panama?; Panama Canal Free Toll Question Must Be Settled; Steamer Magnolia to run between Olympia, Tacoma and Seattle; Captain Buck Bailey Saves Lives and Property - He captained the tug Tatoosh which saved 48 souls aboard the steam schooner Washington on Nov. 23 - one of the most daring rescues in the annals of North Pacific Coast shipping - major article with illustration of Capt. Bailey; Annual Report of Supervising Inspector George Uhler; Capt. John Bermingham of San Francisco near death - article with photo; Review of Marine Insurance and Shipping Law; Pacific Coast casualties - tug Chemainus burns, steam schooner Westerner sunk, steam schooner Washington towed to safety, New Steamer Princess Alice a Beautiful Vessel - feature article with photo; General Shipping News; Repairs, Drydocking and Other Work; and more. 44 pages including several pages of nostalgic ads, some illustrated in black and white, featuring local marine and rail interests. Printed upon glossy coated stock. Average wear. Binding intact. Few library markings to front cover. A sound copy of this highly-informative memento of Pacific Northwest transportation over a century ago. 12" x 9". Seller Inventory # 447h5612

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Parkinson, J.P.; et al
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Book Description: Magazine. Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Features: 40,000 People Visit New Oregon-Washington Passenger Terminal - Over two pages of informative content including illustration of the new Seattle passenger terminal of the O.W. R. & N. Co. on opening day, May 20, 1911; C.M. & P.S. Ry. Co. Inaugurates Through Passenger Service; Former Seattle Mayor Robert Moran sees the Panama Canal causing trouble ahead for Seattle unless a change in system is effected; Professional biography of E.J. Pearson who, for the past five years, was chief engineer of the Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget Sound (with photo of Mr. Pearson); The Lumber Trade and the Railways; "Railophone" tests in England allow phone calls from one moving train to another; Canadian Pacific to burn Oil; Government Must Act Now on Alaska Coal Cases! - major article; Description of the Pace Oil Engine - including photo; Influence of the Panama Canal on the World's Commerce; Death of Capt. Franz S. Moore - brief article and photo of "one of the best known, most experienced and skillful navigators on the North Pacific"; Review of Marine Insurance and Shipping Law; Description of the largest-ever Air Reversing Propeller designed by L.H. Coolidge of Seattle for the barkentine Archer - article with photo; News of Tacoma; Prospects Are Promising for the Bering Sea Season; Casualties to Pacific Coast Shipping; and more. 44 pages including several pages of nostalgic ads, some illustrated in black and white, featuring local marine and rail interests. Printed upon glossy coated stock. Average wear. Binding intact. Few library markings to front cover. A well-preserved copy of this highly-informative memento of Pacific Northwest transportation over a century ago. 12" x 9". Seller Inventory # 447h5621

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Ruthven, J.F.; et al
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Book Description: Magazine. Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Features: Extensive Terminals at Vancouver, B.C. for Great Northern; Work begins on long bridge at San Pedro Harbor, CA; Interstate Commerce Commission Decides Spokane-Reno Rates Case; Scathing Editorial against an article by Teddy Roosevelt regarding the development of Alaska; Professional biography of Charles M. Levy of the Western Pacific, with photo; Interstate Commerce Decisions; Railway Personals; Growth of the Modern Ocean Liner - article with photo of the Olympic entering New York Harbor on her first voyage; Port Expenses of Puget Sound Make Favorable Comparison; Review of Marine Insurance and Shipping Law; Photo and brief article on the Sovereign, fastest yacht in the world; Local Shipping Interests Opposed to Railroad Ave. (Seattle) Viaduct Over Waterways; Steamer Nisqually Develops Great Speed - article with photo; Scientific Discussion of the Tides by J.F. Ruthven; and more. 44 pages including several pages of nostalgic ads, some illustrated in black and white, featuring local marine and rail interests. Printed upon glossy coated stock. Average wear. Binding intact. Few library markings to front cover. A well-preserved copy of this highly-informative memento of Pacific Northwest transportation over a century ago. 12" x 9". Seller Inventory # 447h5619

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Book Description: Magazine. Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Features: Tacoma's Union Station Thrown Open to the Public - two-page article including grainy photo of the new station; Oregon-Washington Station To Formally Open May 20 - new passenger station in Seattle (article with photo inside the main waiting room); Professional biography of self-made man Carl R. Gray, president of the Spokane, Portland & Seattle (includes photo of Mr. Gray); First Marine Producer Gas Installation on Pacific Coast - on the Barkentine Archer; Ongoing construction by Johnson Brothers & Blanchard, Georgetown of deep-sea motor cruiser designed by Seattle naval architect L.E. Geary for O.O. Denny of Seattle - article with diagram of outboard profile of the vessel; Review of Marine Insurance and Shipping Law; Speediest Steam Yacht is Launched - brief article and photo of the Sovereign; News of Tacoma; One page ad for the new steel trains "The Olympian" and the "Columbia" which represent "The New Steel Trail to the East Through the Golden West, commencing service 29 May, 1911; Nice illustrated one-page ad for "The Finest Train in the West, The Shasta Limited" which speedily connected Seattle with San Francisco; Excellent half-page photo ad for Willamette Iron & Steel Works features photo of fireboat "Geo. H. Williams" belching black smoke while she pumps two heavy streams of water from her hoses; and more. 40 pages including several pages of nostalgic ads, some illustrated in black and white, featuring local marine and rail interests. Printed upon glossy coated stock. Average wear. Binding intact. Few library markings to front cover. A well-preserved copy of this highly-informative memento of Pacific Northwest transportation over a century ago. 12" x 9". Seller Inventory # 447h5622

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Parkinson, J.P.; Anderson, George E.; McCurdy, J. G.
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Book Description: Magazine. Condition: Good. Features: Northern Pacific Railway Co. Making Big Improvements in the State of Washington; Julius Kruttschnitt an Optimist; Mobilization and the Railways - article from the Army & Navy Journal; Amending Our Shipping Laws; George G. Gould Retains His Position; Railway News in Brief; Noted Engineer E.C. Hawkins - Obituary with photo; Interstate Commerce Decisions; San Francisco Will Be Ready for the Panama Canal and the Panama Pacific International Exposition in 1915 - article with photos of "San Francisco's Two Big Men", James Rolph Jr., Mayor, and C.C. Moore; Statutory Regulation of Ocean Traffic; Pacific Coast S.S. Co. Places Order for 10,000-Ton Steamer - article with diagram of outboard profile of the vessel; Comprehensive Review of Far Eastern Shipping Situation by U.S. Consul General at Hong Kong, George E. Anderson; Astoria Getting Ready for Panama Canal; Panama Canal Rates - The Big Issue; Captain John Truebridge - Obituary; Review of Marine Insurance and Shipping Law; Some Perils of the Deck Load - Feature article includes photo of a leaning steamer Cuzco; The Advantages of the Water-Tube Boiler; Record of a Ballin Water Tube Boiler - article with photo; The International Navigation Congress; Boiler Inspection for [Panama] Canal Zone; General Shipping News; Oil Engined Barges to Revolutionize Shipping; and much more. 40 pages including several pages of nostalgic ads, some illustrated in black and white, featuring local marine and rail interests. Printed upon glossy coated stock. Average wear. Binding intact. Few library markings to front cover. A well-preserved copy of this highly-informative memento of Pacific Northwest transportation over a century ago. 12" x 9". Seller Inventory # 447h5632

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Whitham, Paul P.; Ripley, William Z.; McCune, Jay W.
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Book Description: Magazine. Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Features: Seattle's Public Utilities Department and the Railroads - major article; Southern Pacific announces fast excess-fare train between New Orleans and San Francisco; Promotion for T.B. Degnan of the Great Northern Railway Co.; No Time To Lose - Editorial discusses how representatives of eight Puget Sound cities oppose tolls being charged through the Panama Canal to vessels flying the U.S. flag and engaged in U.S. coastwise traffic; Handsome New Union Passenger Station for Aberdeen, WA - article with artist's rendering of the future station; Foreign Capital in Railways of the United States - major article by Harvard Professor of Economics William Z. Ripley; Business biography of J.E. Dalrymple, recently elected vice-president of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Co.; Railway News in Brief; Battery Truck Crane the Latest Invention in Freight Handling - major article with wonderful illustration of a mobile electric crane invented by General Electric of Schenectady, NY to be used for loading rail cars (who knew Elon Musk was so old!); How Should Tacoma Prepare for the Opening of the Panama Canal? - major article with excellent photo of the busy Tacoma waterfront; Statement Concerning Panama Canal by George S. Dearborn, president of the American-Hawaiian S.S. Co.; British View of Panama Canal; High Honor for W.D. Wells of the Alaska-Pacific Steamship Co.; Review of Marine Insurance and Shipping Law; Repair bill for the White Star liner Olympic; Submarine Motor Salvage Boat invented by Mr. E.H. Crossley; New Steamer Solduck will be an All-steel Modern Vessel - major article including diagram of its outboard profile; Article on Steam Cannery Tender for the Northwestern Fisheries Company - article with diagram of the outboard profile of this vessel; Pacific Coast Casualties; Steamboat Fairhaven Sinks in Harbor; and more. 44 pages including several pages of nostalgic ads, some illustrated in black and white, featuring local marine and rail interests. Printed upon glossy coated stock. Average wear. Binding intact. Few library markings to front cover. A well-preserved copy of this highly-informative memento of Pacific Northwest transportation over a century ago. 12" x 9". Seller Inventory # 447h5613

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Calhoun, Scott; Closson, C.C.
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Book Description: Magazine. Condition: Good. Features: Nice half-page photo-illustrated ad for the Alaska Steamship Company; Recent Railroad Rumors Given Flat Denial; Florida East Coast Railway open for Traffic; Edwin Hawley, Railway Wizard, Dead; Editorial - Seattle Must Have Terminals; The Successful Gas-Driven Vessel, Holzapfel I - major article with illustration of the vessel; Harbor Island [Port of Seattle] Terminals and What They Mean; Eight Prominent Shipping Men Endorse Terminals; Economy of the [Seattle] Municipal Plan (part 5) - major article with map of proposed Civic Center and adjacent district; Diagram of outboard profile of the steamer Potlatch; Panama Canal Tolls Before Congressional Committee; J. Bruce Ismay Coming To Coast - the president of the International Mercantile Marine Company will travel from New York to investigate trade and port facilities; Big Tonnage Building for Vancouver, B.C., Trade - informative article on Vancouver ship construction; Curious Light Phenomenon of Indian Seas - Phosphorescence; Marine Insurance and Shipping Law News; Great Dock System for Panama Canal - article with illustration of docks and harbor at Panama; and more. 44 pages including several pages of nostalgic ads, some illustrated in black and white, featuring local marine and rail interests. Printed upon glossy coated stock. Average wear. Binding intact. Few library markings to front cover. A well-preserved copy of this highly-informative memento of Pacific Northwest transportation over a century ago. 12" x 9". Seller Inventory # 447h5629

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Ayers, R.F.; McCune, J.W.
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Book Description: Magazine. Condition: Good. Reynolds (illustrator). Features: Puget Sound Branch a Good Investment for the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul's; Rumors of Graft in Puget Sound Extension; New Station at Kelso Opened; Robert Dollar's Views; What a Big Terminal Plant Means to a Port - by R.F. Ayers, President Pacific Terminals Company (with photo of Mr. Ayers); Ten Reasons Why There Should Be Free Tolls (through the Panama Canal); The Panama Canal and the West Indies; Coaling Light Vessels at Sea Hazardous Work - article with photo of light vessel stationed on Swiftsure Bank; Anti-Rolling Tanks Death to Seasickness - article with two diagrams illustrating tank arrangements; Jury Decides for Underwriters; Water Grades a Large Factor in Commerce; Repairs, Drydocking and Other Work; Photo of steel stern frame made by the Scullin-Gallagher Iron & Steel Company; and more. 44 pages including several pages of nostalgic ads, some illustrated in black and white, featuring local marine and rail interests. Printed upon glossy coated stock. Average wear. Binding intact. Few library markings to front cover. A well-preserved copy of this highly-informative memento of Pacific Northwest transportation over a century ago. 12" x 9". Seller Inventory # 447h5630

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Closson, C.C.
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Book Description: Magazine. Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Features: Pacific Coast Company Expends Vast Sums of Money Yearly; New Rules for Use of Pass; Commercial Club of Seattle hosts Gifford Pinchot, the man responsible for Alaska's strangling and the lull in Seattle's commercial advancement; Annual Report of the Great Northern Railway Co.; Canadian Northern lets contract for ten steel bridges between Cisco and Kamloops; O.W.R. & N. to Extend Line from North Yakima to Coast; Electric Locomotives That Will Tow Vessels Through Panama Canal - article with sideview cutaway diagram; Atlantic and Pacific Transport Company News; Great Interest in Contract to carriage mail between the U.S. coasts via the Panama Canal; What the Port Commission Has Done and Is Doing - article with illustration of the American Hawaiian steamer Honolulan; Many Contracts for the Moran Company; American Capital to Construct Big Coaling Plants Along Panama Canal; Fine Steamer the Kilauea - article with illustration; Com. Tillman Defends Alaska Lighthouses; Marine Insurance and Shipping Law Review; Full Court Decision re. Santa Rosa Stranding; Pacific Coast Casualties; An Industry That Prospers Here - Seattle Paint Co. - article with detailed photo inside their plant where Ironite Deck and Floor Paints are made; Extensive Repairs to S.S. AL-KI; and more. 44 pages including several pages of nostalgic ads, some illustrated in black and white, featuring local marine and rail interests. Printed upon glossy coated stock. Coverfold mostly open, otherwise average wear. Binding intact. Few library markings to front cover. A well-preserved copy of this highly-informative memento of Pacific Northwest transportation over a century ago. 12" x 9". Seller Inventory # 447h5614

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Kruttschnitt, Julius; Witham, Paul P.
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Book Description: Magazine. Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Features: Julius Kruttschnitt of the Harriman Lines Claims Railroads and Labor Friendly; Great Northern Finances for Fiscal Year; Steel Bridge Across Chehalis River at Aberdeen to Open 23 September; Rapid Work on Argo Terminals; Innovation of Ticket Cases - article with photo of modern ticket case; Final Bursting of Controller Bay Bubble (editorial about Alaskan nautical dangers); Business Profile of Kenneth C. Kerr, Industrial Agent of the Alaska Steamship Company (with photo); Improper Packing Causes Great Loss; Record Freight Train runs from Altoona to Enola, PA; Many Abandoned Railways in U.S.; Free Baggage Allowances in Various States and Countries; The World's Wheat Crop; Bernard N. Baker Outlines Plans of Atlantic and Pacific Transportation Co.; General H.M. Chittenden Makes Statement for Seattle Port Commission; What the (New) Port Commission May Do for Seattle; The Proposed West Point Immigration Station - article with map showing location of the proposed station and the proposed West Point Waterway Improvement as planned by Virgil Bogue; Review of Marine Insurance and Shipping Law; Empress of China Crew Exonerated; Decision in Princess May Stranding; Marine Decisions; Diagrams illustrating work to soon begin on Pier 1, owned by the Northern Pacific Railway Company; Casualties to Pacific Coast Shipping; The San Pedro - New C.P.R. Steamer for Trans-Pacific Service - article with illustration; and more. 44 pages including several pages of nostalgic ads, some illustrated in black and white, featuring local marine and rail interests. Printed upon glossy coated stock. Average wear. Binding intact. Few library markings to front cover. A well-preserved copy of this highly-informative memento of Pacific Northwest transportation over a century ago. 12" x 9". Seller Inventory # 447h5617

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Gilman, D.H.; et al
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Book Description: Magazine. Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Features: Are the Hill Lines Preparing to Invade California Territory?; Big Railway Systems of U.S. Cutting Expenses; Prepare for the Panama Canal! (Editorial); Nautical biography of Capt. James S. Gibson (with photo); What Should We Do To Be Prepared For the Opening of the Panama Canal?; Salvage of Steamer Spokane is Praised by Marine Experts - article with photo; Portland to have powerful fireboat; Review of Marine Insurance and Shipping Law; New Collier Neptune Takes on 13,000 tons of coal in One Day - article with photo; Floating Gridiron for Scows designed by George Francis Fay is built by the Drummond Lighterage Co. - feature article with two photos and three diagrams; News of Tacoma; Casualties to Pacific Coast Shipping; Largest scow on the Pacific Coast built by Nelson & Kelez of Seattle - brief article with photo; and more. 44 pages including several pages of nostalgic ads, some illustrated in black and white, featuring local marine and rail interests. Printed upon glossy coated stock. Average wear. Binding intact. Few library markings to front cover. A well-preserved copy of this highly-informative memento of Pacific Northwest transportation over a century ago. 12" x 9". Seller Inventory # 447h5618

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Hill, Robert C.
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Book Description: Magazine. Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Features: Reasons Why the Canadian Pacific is So Prosperous; Spokane Rate Decision Eagerly Awaited; Value of Steel Equipment Demonstrated in Wreck of the Crack Milwaukee Train, Columbian on May 30th east of Ralston, WA; Continued Smuggling of Opium into West Coast Ports Aboard Trans-Pacific Steamships; Professional Biography of Joseph H. Young, President of Alaska Steamship Co. - with photo; Contracts Let for Coaling Plants in Seattle and Tacoma - article with two photos; $1 Million Available for Improvements at Moran Shipyards; Record Run Between Puget Sound and Callao by Schooner Wilbert L. Smith; After 20 Years on the Seattle-Tacoma Run, Steamer Flyer is Sold - Feature article with photo; Review of Marine Insurance and Shipping Law; Photo of Steamer Tampico Submerged in Seattle Harbor; Photo of New Boilers for Steamer Charmer built by Commercial Boiler Works of Seattle; Effects of the Panama Canal on Pacific Coast - Oriental Trade; News of Tacoma; Launching of the Titanic - 1/3 page article including photo of the Titanic in drydock with man standing below her massive 100-ton rudder; Charming one-page illustrated ad for The Shasta Limited, "The Finest Train in the West" which connected Seattle with San Francisco; and more. 44 pages including several pages of nostalgic ads, some illustrated in black and white, featuring local marine and rail interests. Printed upon glossy coated stock. Average wear. Binding intact. Few library markings to front cover. A well-preserved copy of this highly-informative memento of Pacific Northwest transportation over a century ago. 12" x 9". Seller Inventory # 447h5620

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Gilman, D.H.; et al
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Book Description: Magazine. Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Features: Steel Bridge Across Chehalis River at Aberdeen Formally Opened - article with photo; The Panama Canal Route for Canadian Northwest Shipping; Photo of Charles M. Hays, president of the Grand Trunk Railway; Address to General Passenger Agents by Howard Elliott, president of the Northern Pacific Railway (four pages); Brief business biography of George W. Hibbard, General Passenger Agent of the C.M. & P.S., with photo; Bernard N. Baker's Steamship Line a Golden Opportunity; Puget Sound Tugboat Co. on the Columbia River; New Boilers for North Vancouver Ferries; Steamer Maunganui Launched; Review of the Charter Market; Casualties to Pacific Coast Shipping; Modern Aids to Navigation Demanded for Alaskan Waters - article including lengthy list of vessels lost; Excellent illustrated centerfold makes the case for lighthouses in Alaskan waters; Review of Marine Insurance and Shipping Law; Address by president of the San Francisco Merchants' Exchange, Robert Dollar, entitled "The American Merchant Marine As It Affects Our Foreign Commerce" - with photo of Dollar; and more. 44 pages including several pages of nostalgic ads, some illustrated in black and white, featuring local marine and rail interests. Printed upon glossy coated stock. Average wear. Binding intact. Few library markings to front cover. A well-preserved copy of this highly-informative memento of Pacific Northwest transportation over a century ago. 12" x 9". Seller Inventory # 447h5616

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Hegardt, G.B.; Ebey, H.; Gilman, D.H.; Closson, C.C.
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Book Description: Magazine. Condition: Good. Features: Big Improvements by Northern Pacific During 1912; Through Service Seattle to Texas; O.-W. R. & N. Enter Vancouver; Will Carl Gray Succeed L.W. Hill? - article with photo of Gray; Dangers Attending Hauling Explosives; New H-H-1 Locomotive Design; Seattle's Greatest Opportunity; Bush Terminal Company to Build on Harbor Land - article with photo of Model Loft buildings at the New York Bush Terminal, similar to those to be built on Harbor Island; Portland's Proposed Harbor Front Development and the Commission of Public Docks - major article; South and Central American Trade; Great Prospects for Vancouver, B.C.; The Official Statement of the [Seattle] Port Commission re: improvements and facilities; Economy of the [Seattle] Municipal Plan (part 4) - major article which includes official map of Grand Trunk Pacific Railway showing proposed extension to Vancouver and Seattle, plus map of new thoroughfare donated to Seattle by Great Northern Railway with franchise for Interbay-Ballard Route; Bogue Plans for Tacoma Harbor Are Impressive - major article with map showing City section of harbor plans; Casualties to Pacific Coast Shipping for Year 1911 - Four full pages of fine print document the voluminous incidents of the year including the vessel and damage it sustained; Photo of Strathalbyn's bow after collision; Review of Marine Insurance and Shipping Law; Big Company to use Panama Canal - International Mercantile Marine; and more. 44 pages including several pages of nostalgic ads, some illustrated in black and white, featuring local marine and rail interests. Printed upon glossy coated stock. Average wear. Binding intact. Few library markings to front cover. A well-preserved copy of this highly-informative memento of Pacific Northwest transportation over a century ago. 12" x 9". Seller Inventory # 447h5628

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