Long Island Railroad Information Bulletin Issued Periodically By the Management with the Hope of Promoting a Better Understanding of Local and General Railroad Questions Volume VI January-February, 1930 No. 5
(Americana - 20th Century - Transportation - Long Island Railroad)

New York, NY: Long Island Railroad, 1930. F 76 pages; black and white illustrated throughout. Cover article by Samuel O. Dunn on How Improved Railway Service Has Increased Prosperity; articles specific to Long Island Railroad employees, events, news and pieces of local Long Island, NY interest: commercial air service; the Duke's Laws printing, sometimes called the East Hampton Book of Laws; article by Amy King Frieman on the Libraries of Suffolk County, leading off with East Hampton's; also "Home Sweet Home" Passes First Milestone as Public Museum (originally in the East Hampton Star); another piece with a suggestion that entire length of Long Island's north side be designated "Northern Boulevard"; a chapter in her ongoing Long Island Agriculture articles by Edith Loring Fullerton, with full-page illustration of the Homestead at Experiment Station No. 1 and another full-page, of a line-drawn "No. 1 Boiled Dinner [Scrub-Oak Style]..." using Long Island-specific ingredients, given August 7th 1906; also a piece concerning South Shore of Long Island Maintains Steady Growth During 1929 Large Scale Public Improvements, Including Highways, Parks and Parkways, General Development Attract New Residents; also on Rabbit Raising A New Industry for Long Island; another on the historical Long Island Press, Chapter II Dealing Briefly With Newspapers Founded Between 1810 and 1850 by Helen Jo Scott Mann; and other items. George Flatow, editor. Approx. 6 3/4" x 10" size, printed paper stapled cover, no back wrap. Some darkening to cover papers, few old pencil marks at top of first page; otherwise clean and in good condition. Good Paperback (Item ID: 26286)


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