Diplomatic and Consular Reports on the United States [2 volumes]. Great Britain. Foreign Office.
Diplomatic and Consular Reports on the United States [2 volumes]

Diplomatic and Consular Reports on the United States [2 volumes]

London: Harrison and Sons, 1901. Hardcover. 2 volumes: approx. 920 p. and 1280 p.: tables, 1 photograph, 2 folded maps; 24 cm. Half calf with black cloth over boards; six spine compartments between raised bands. Red and black morocco spine label with gilt-tooled title and dates. All page edges speckled red. Brown endpapers. Typed leaves bound into each volume with list of report subjects contained in that volume. Front free endpapers bear stamp of the Board of Customs Library. Back fixed endpapers bear small bookbinder's labels for Jas. Truscott & Son. Contains individually paginated reports issued from 1901 to 1906 as parts of the Annual Series and Miscellaneous Series of British Diplomatic and Consular Reports on the United States. Contents: reports on the trade and finance of the United States; on the purchase and holding of lands by aliens; on various aspects of trade in the United States: beet sugar, cattle and meat, cement, coal and coke, horse, iron ore, rice, and zinc; on the railways of the United States; on the trade, commerce, navigation, and agriculture of specific American cities and parts of the country; and on the Chicago summer vacation schools. In Very Good+ Condition: edges lightly rubbed; one label on vol. 2 scraped; black cloth slightly soiled; pages are clean and tight. Solid and attractive volumes. Very Good +. Item #001216

Price: $80.00