To The Far Famed Saguenay River. The St. Lawrence Steam Navigation Company's Brochure and Time Table, June 1882.

New York: Leve & Alden's Publication Department, 1882. Folding brochure with map of the St. Lawrence and Saguenay River, and timetable, with cover illustration of the river and with advertisement for Leve & Alden, General Agents for the United States, and list of ticket office locations. Yellow stock with black text. Descriptive text on points of interest along the route, including Ha! Ha! Bay; with a Time Table commencing June 27, 1882, "Until about September 10, 1882", and listing departure times for the steamer "Saguenay" and "Union". With full page b&w map on the verso, with the map of the Saguenay River at the top, and below, the map of the St. Lawrence "traversed by the Saguenay boats". The St. Lawrence route originates in Quebec and shows stops in Murray Bay, Riviere du Loup and Tadousac.
Lists Hon. Thomas McGreevy, President, Julien Chabot, Manager, and A. Gaboury, Secretary of the Company. Folded, 3 1/2 x 7 1/2". Unfolded, 17 1/2 x 15". Very small area of loss at fold on lower map of St. Lawrence; short split at horizontal fold, left edge, o/w very good. Very good condition. Item #17482

Price: $250.00

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