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The first vessel sailing into the Panama Canal... Contract to be signed for N.Y. Stadium...



Item # 578155

December 2, 1910

THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR, Boston, Massachusetts, December 2, 1910  The front page of this issue features "First Vessel Sails a Part of Panama Canal" which was a three-masted steam yacht Visitor II. Other articles on the front page include "Mississippi River at Keokuk, Iowa, Harnessed with $25,000,000 Dam" which includes a photo of the power plant; "New San Diego Sea Wall Will Increase Harbor's Capacity to 43 Big Ships" and "Biplane of New Type Produced in Bristol, England". An article within the issue is "Chicago Land Sold For $1000 Is Valued at Twenty Million" with subhead "So-Called District of Lake Michigan, Claimed by Captain Streeter, Disposed of at Public Auction - Has Queer History".

On the Sport page is a headline "Soon to Sign Contracts for New N.Y. Stadium" with subhead "President Farrell of American Baseball Club Expected to Approve Them on Return From South". Mr. Frank Farrell was also the owner of the New York Yankees. Other news, sports and advertisements are within.

This is complete in 14 pages with a slight irregular left spine, crack at the centerfold region of left spine, otherwise in good condition. See photos for details.

Category: The 20th Century

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