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1 Booth, Newton Pacific Railroad Acts Speech of Hon. Newton Booth, of California, in the Senate of the United States, Wednesday, February 14, 1877
The pages have separated from the staples and the booklet has been folded into thirds to fit into a small envelope. Pages are creased and wrinkled but clean. . Author discusses certain railroad acts before the U. S. Senate. Booth was born, raised, and educated in Indiana. He moved to California in 1850 and made his fortune as a saloon keeper, and later a politician. He was U. S. Senator from California as well as Governor of California. This little booklet was printed as a separate piece of the Congressional Record and mailed to its former owner by Booth. The original mailing envelope is laid in, and BEARS THE ELEGANT SIGNATURE OF NEWTON BOOTH as a return address. Newton Booth was the uncle of Booth Tarkington, after whom the famous Hoosier novelist was named. . 8vo - 8" to 9" tall. 11 pages. Signed by Author. S1 Washington DC. Washington DC Congressional Record 1877 Softcover Good with no dust jacket 26452 
Price: 80.00 USD
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